posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 12:25 AM
Seems to be a lot of disagreement about how much power the US Federal Government has.
IMO, within certain spheres, they have nearly absolute power. But next to none in others.
As a general statement, what has been the business of the Feds?
Right. They regulate international affairs and as the Free Market expands with our "help", the organization just gets bigger and busier.
We can't control global crop yields or anything on that scale. In fact, the more you interfere on the large scale, the quicker it gets messed up and
This uncertainty is the reason for all of our Wars. We want to provide conditions for upper class Americans to make money. That's basically it, but
it really entails alot.\
Now, they have nearly absolute power when it comes to domestic public opinion. They control the discussion because they control basic info.
They are not all-powerful, but they have power over perception and consensus, which makes them appear to be VERY powerful.
And that's the way they like it. A good example is the irrational denial and avoidance by federal agencies when any questions are raised about ET's
or UFOs. These things are clearly out of their control and they don't want you to think about things that they don't control.
The governemnt is scrambling right now, but don't worry, they, like the military, spend alot of time training for disruptions. We're scrambling,
but we haven't even begun. Just wait.