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Is President Obama a stooge?
July 6, 2009
12:29 am
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If it is for real then thisvideo is frightening. Everyone should at least view it if nothing else.

Are we really the victims of those who would impose upon us the 'New World Order'?

I'm finding it difficult to believe that our Prime minister Rudd would put Australia into unprecedented debt to the extent that our children will never be able to pay off our debt. Only a matter of a year and a half ago we were in surplus! Now we are 'selling off the farm' to China just to pay our interest. Does Rudd and Obama know something that we all don't know? Is it a part of the plan to soften us up ready for the axe? The abovementioned video offers proof of this New World Order 'plot' by a small number of people to control the world, that is hard to challenge.

What the f...k is going down in international affairs??????????? Is this why North Korea is so determined to develop nuclear weapons to combat foreign aggression? If so who can blame them!

July 6, 2009
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Hey Tez:

Last report here in the good old USA is that as it stands now, each and every one of us citizens, (not illegal aliens) would owe something like $184,000 to our national debt.

Ya think something smells here?

Another theory is that iS that if they would have given each CITIZEN about $27,000 to spend be in this mess.

Obama is a jet setter, loving the life he has on Air Forcwe One, stamping his passort, never mind we underlings who are going to live under a bridge sometime very soon.

You're right WTF is going on, and more impt, WHY IS EVERYONE BUYING INTO THIS????

We're going down- f a s t.

I wrote a letter to Obama today - not like it will accomplish anything and I've never written to a Prez before before but Geez Louise - this aLL F'g sucks and I'm tired TIRED of it!!!

Sorry its hitting you in Australia. Try living in California- we're bankrupt!! What the FUCK is this world coming to????

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July 6, 2009
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I am so glad other people are waking up to this. Someone is pulling his (Obama's) puppet strings. None of this makes sense. I don't know one single person the new economic stimulas package has helped. Now that real estate seems to be experiencing a little bit of a rebound, not much granted, but some...they have a new energy policy. You cannot sell a house that isn't up to the new standards of energy efficiency. We are going to see more and more foreclosures...

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July 6, 2009
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Ten years ago, after a derranged person shot and killed 35 people and injured 22 others at Port Arthur in Tasmania, Australia, Howard, our then prime minister, seized upon this opportunity to bring in extreme gun controls that makes it very difficult to legally own even an air rifle let alone a gun capable of killing anyone. All of our nation's privately owned weapons were destroyed during an 'amnesty' that offered temporary protection from prosecution for owning an illegal firearm. Our road toll far exceeds the numbers killed and injured every year. Yet Howard didn't ban the private ownership of motor cars. Given his previous justification for banning guns in Australia, why not? At the time public abhorrence of the Port Arthur massacre facilitated the castation of the gun lobby. Anti-gun legislation rode high on the wave of public emotion smothering all opposition. Now I see that contrary to your constitution, anti-gun laws are being proposed in the US! Will a massacre be orchestrated somewhere in the US to facilitate the passage of legislation to disarm the general population there???? Are we being herded into pens like sheep to the slaughter?

Anyone, who questions the antics of those at the top, is automatically branded a conspiracy theory nutcase and therein is marginalized and disempowered.

Something smells very fishy at the top of the dung heap!!!

July 8, 2009
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Tez: A few months ago I dated an excop who now works at a gun store and he said they can barely keep them on the shelves. In this economy- where people can barely afford anything- there are those that are buying weapons in fear they'll be banned in the very near future. I heard the same thing right after Obama was elected- that gun sales were way up.

So far Obama has been full of talk and empty promises. Then the VP Biden admits they misread the economic situation and he gets shut up again. This whopper of a stimulus that was supposed to save us? They've only spent 10% of it so far and things are continuing to disintegrate.

I don't think I'd even want to look in a crystal ball to see whats ahead- too scary.

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July 8, 2009
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Obama a stooge? No doubt about it.

If I recall he had record breaking corporate support during his campaign. It's only logical to assume that he has an agenda to, first & foremost, serve the needs of these financial backers. He has little, if any, vested interest in truly helping the general population. Unless the people at the top instruct him to do so, it isn't going to happen. The people's needs are actually much closer to the bottom of his list of priorities.

This shouldn't come as any real surprise though, cuz it's ALWAYS about the money.

July 9, 2009
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Tez: Just saw this- interesting the dif way things are being handled there. And....by contrast, in CA they report an 11% unemployment rate which is probably closer to 18% or so.

"Australia's jobless rate rises to six-year high
Australia's unemployment rises to 5.8 percent, highest level in 6 years
On Thursday July 9, 2009, 12:05 am EDT
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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) -- Australia's unemployment rate rose to a six-year high of 5.8 percent in June as companies shed workers despite the government's massive stimulus spending, official figures showed Thursday.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics said the number of people in jobs fell by 21,400 with a small increase in the number of part-time employees overwhelmed by losses in full-time employment.

The increase in joblessness was more moderate than economists had predicted. The rate hit 5.8 percent for the first time since October 2003, rising from 5.7 percent in May.

Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard said it was expected that the global financial crisis would continue to affect Australian jobs but the government was committed to stimulus measures to lessen the impact.

"We still have a long and rocky road ahead of us as a result of the global recession," she said. "Many employers are doing all they can during the difficult days of the global recession to hold onto their work force. Our focus is to keep Australians working."

The government in February passed a 42 billion Australian dollars stimulus package that included building thousands of new houses and school rooms, tax breaks for small businesses and delivering cash rebates to most Australians. The package aims to support 90,000 jobs over two years through a combination of creating new positions and saving existing jobs.

Even with these measures, the federal government has warned that the unemployment rate could rise to 8.5 percent in mid-2011, leaving 1 million people looking for work.

Citigroup senior economist Josh Williamson said the labor force report could have been much worse.

"It's a fairly encouraging result to see that the unemployment rate remains low given where we are in the slowdown compared to previous contractions in economic activity," Williamson said.

The nation's jobless rate has risen 1.9 percentage points in the past 15 months after reaching a 33-year low of 3.9 per cent in February 2008."

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