Guest Post Peter Wood
In this my last article I expand on subjects already touched on in previous articles and attempt to draw together the various strands of the socialist totalitarianism currently undermining Western democratic societies – liberation theology, ecology, eugenics, homosexuality, feminism and multiculturalism – all bound together by the tyrannical bonds of political correctness.
The Coming Totalitarian World Of The Power Elites And The Zombie Populations Which Make It Possible
From their places of honor in hell, Marx, Stalin and Mao Zedong must have been laughing, when on arrival in La Paz during his recent tour of South America, Pope Francis was presented with a wooden crucifix carved in the form of a hammer and sickle by Bolivian President Evo Morales. By having the cross formed into a hammer and sickle Morales was effectively replacing the Son of God as the savior of mankind with communism. One of the founders of liberation theology, Peruvian theologian Gustavo Gutierrez, praised the “new atmosphere” under the Italo-Argintine leader of (Read More....)
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Guest Post Peter Wood
I didn’t write this article to impress the cognoscenti of the financial world, on the contrary, I wrote it for the uninitiated who, like myself before I investigated the subject, are probably only vaguely aware that all is not well in the world of money.
I’ve tried to describe a complex economic situation in a simple and understandable way without using complicated graphs, mathematical formulae, esoteric and arcane language. One might even call my explanation simplistic, and indeed it can be reduced down to one word, “DEBT”.
The inescapable conclusion to be drawn from what I describe is that we in the Western democracies have gotten ourselves into a very, very dangerous situation. As I see it, along with many others, the greatest threat which the world faces is not a nuclear armed Iran (Read More....)
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Authored By J Parr
When I was a kid, I remember that the city of Detroit, Mich., was the 5th largest city in the U.S. I grew up close to Houston, Tex., which was, in 1960, ranked #7. But according to the latest census tallies, Houston (now nipping at Chicago’s heels) is the 4th largest city, and five cities in Texas are more populous than is Detroit (not including “metro” areas around cities). El Paso, Tex., is set to pass Detroit, which is now 18th largest, by the year 2020. (Regarding population decrease, Cleveland, Ohio, seems to have suffered as has Detroit, and, probably, for similar reasons.)
I’ll give my “unresearched,” simplified, abbreviated opinion as to why the city of Detroit has been experiencing net losses in population. Somehow, the world got the impression that the U.S. forgot how (Read More....)
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Authored By Dave Webb
I think I agree with some of what President Obama said in his State of the Union.
I believe in education. I think it is possible for us to grow jobs from better qualified people better educated to meet the needs of industry.
Where I have a problem is the way our education system works. It is designed to keep our people out of the work force for years. How this works for a young lady with a child she is raising herself while working full time, that I am not sure of. There is a whole generation just like this young lady set up in a hopeless round of work, with no breaks, and no hope of going back to school to advance herself.
What some other countries have come up with is the ability to challenge out of courses where you all ready have a passing grade knowledge of the subject. Of course, you get credit for that challenged course. Colleges are about making money. Colleges cannot make money if someone is (Read More....)
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