posted on Mar, 22 2008 @ 12:07 PM
I don’t think Afghanistan was the soul demise of the Soviet Union; it was the final "nail in the coffin". The soviets bankrupted themselves tying
to keep up with the U.S. in the Cold War; though I have always heard that the U.S. intentionally supported Afghani rebels knowing that it would help
bleed the Soviets dry.
I realize the U.S. is much better of financially but I see lots of military contractors including Halliburton, in which are vice president was
formally a big wig at, getting very wealthy: They gave him quite a retirement package from what I hear. He's also the most powerful vice president
ever. WW II got us out of the depression; this war is sucking the U.S. dry, where’s all the money going. Who will underwrite our multi trillion
We have a president with extremely strong ties with oil. The question I have is what Bush is going to do once he gets out of office. He may fall out
of the limelight, but I think who he ends up aligning himself with, a few years after office, will tell you a lot about his umbrella of influence.
The breakdown of the banking industry is happening perfectly, just at the wrong time. I have dabbled in subprime myself and looking at many peoples
credit reports, I myself would not finance many of them a free pack of bubblegum. How could these lending institutions, supposedly run by intelligent
businessmen, be so stupid? When someone's had a history of credit card charge-offs, a car repossessed, and a bankruptcy, showing a history of not
paying anything, get a home or car loan; especially at 21%? Giving someone a high interest loan that has a history of not paying almost guarantees
that contract never fulfilled.
When you’re a loan officer at a bank, you don’t really have the soul decision making ability of who gets a loan and who doesn’t. They are given
a formula and a computer algorithm that looks at their debt to income ratio, revolving debt, late payments and so on. Based on that given time the
bank chooses how lax or stingy it may be on loan decisions. A loan officer really doesn’t care personally what happens because it’s not his money.
Look at our trucking super highways going through Canada and Mexico. Then you have the new agreement we made with our northern buddies to allow mutual
military assistance in domestic terrorism: The devaluing of our dollar. You have “New Word Order” come out of Bush Sr.’s mouth a bunch of times
in the past.
The idea seems crazy to think this all may influenced by some entity. It does seem like a finally orchestrated plan plaid delicately, a gentile
symphony of destruction. 17,000 people in Washington are loosing or about to loose their home and the government is going to have to step in. People
are so shocked by all this craziness going on in the world they don’t know what to do. They don’t think “why it’s happening” or “what’s
causing it”, they are just in shock with vacuous looks on their face, deer in headlights.
We need to look at the benefactors of all this, maybe that will tell us something: But the lines are skewed and alliances are foggy it’s not easy to
see who’s in collusion. Who wants war; who wants a devalued dollar; who wants our banking system to fall; who wants real estate prices to drop; who
wants oil and gold prices to skyrocket?