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Are we heading for a worldwide depression/meltdown?
July 14, 2010
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TruthBeTold, If you like the article I would recommend that you
visit the prison planet webwsite. They don't call it "prison
planet" for nothin' and they are fighting to get the word out. You
can listen to Alex Jones live or on youtube. Some of the people
that work in other areas of his website have started posting videos
too. One of them is the producer of the "Invisable Empire" film ( I
hope i got that title right). He has a guest in the film stressing
the same thing. We are too involved -- even addicted-- to things
that don't matter, while "Rome Burns" we "fiddle" (I don't remember
the exact words he uses, so I improvised there.) But I think that
you will relate, and also be even further enlightned.

Here is a link to
part 1 on youtube if you are interested:


July 20, 2010
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response her for me.

tBt! Yea! notice
the Doe eyed response so many have when faced with truth? But they
eat up the latest reality show, disaster movie or have that TGITW
grab on to some liquid escape! The economy IS crumbling. Even fast
food chains are reporting record drops in sales.

Example: Manitoba
Potatoes supply fries to Mickey D's in the states and this year are
complaining their crops arent' moving. The demographic that eats
fast food can barely feed that habit anymore.

Is THAT a bad
thing overall?

Perhaps those
potatoes will shift into grocery chains and people will cook their
own again!?LOL

I think it's good
that people are forced to do for themselves. The initial shift is
painful but it's better to be more self reliant.

So what happens to
the supply if the demand isn't there? Me thinks it's a huge BOON
for dumpster divers. Soon there'll be back alley scuffles over
large chain dumpsters. Talk about "Turf" wars.

formerly. Looks
like the gov are stepping up their efforts to censor guys like Alex
Jones. The Internet is really under threat now.

I already knew
that so many discussion forums are being monitored and controlled
by HS "agents". Now that millions are hitting these dissident sites
the gov is trying to shut them down.

Tax dollars sure
do go to some crazy shyte! Amazing that people don't revolt more by
withholding taxes. Our hard earned dollars aren't being used for
our benefit THATS for sure.

July 22, 2010
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you people & yer crazy conspiracy theories! lol


A dwindling Mc D's
market? Gasp!! Sure would hate to see them go down. A fellow I work
with from time to time bought me a burger from there a while back
& I ate it, reluctantly. Tastey as hell I've got to admit but,
I felt sick for two days afterward. Not the first time that's
happened to me after eating there. The ol bod just doesn't seem to
handle that stuff anymore. A blessing really. Ya know, one might be
better off dining in the dumpsters than gnawing on Rotten

As far as the
attempts to control the internet, I'm hoping that the info out
there that exposes the corruption of our rulers has spread too far
now to stop. There is a storm brewing no doubt. More than ever a
lot of people are pretty damned cranky about the status quo these
days & your right, M, If people would just refuse to play the
game anymore, & many are, the system would eventually crumble
& fall.

The US of A &
pretty much the rest of the globe is in such a pickle, why won't
Obama do something?? lol

July 22, 2010
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that bp is not hiring anymore and may be letting some people go;
and now that the censis takers are finished (or are they, yet?)
maybe we will see the national unemployment rate top 10%. It is
actually higher -- according to certain sources.

Title: "Give the
people accurate in formation " (as posted at

"On Wednesday,
Congressman Paul discussed the business cycle and government
contributions to our economic turmoil at the Joint Economic
Committee hearing."

The bureau of
labor statistics says it is 16% and some "free-market" detecters
say that it is over 20%

The old way of
calculating inflation would say it is 6%

GDP adds debt to
spending so there is no REAL growth shown there.. etc.

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