Reply to 'Johnmike'
Firstly, i am trying to give you a perspective
that completely eludes most of you, if you dont agree, then that is fine... but at least ponder
I get a number of US TV channels here through which i can see the propaganda and twisted mindset that your media tries to instill in your population
so i am in a position to give an educated opinion from an outside perspective.
The collapse of the US empire could be:
a) The loss of a number of wars, a severely depleted US army returns to the states to lick its wounds while the EU, Russia and China take over in
worldwide meddling and manipulation.
b) The North American Union - It will not the US empire anymore, it will be an open border economic community/superstate with a different function.
c) Another economic setback in the near future which will be similar to the recent one but catastrophic because it comes in the wake of the recent
d) A complete loss in confidence of the US by the rest of the Western world will hasten this fall from grace. This is already happening and this is
one of the main points that i am trying to make to you.
My proof is what i am seeing and hearing on this side of the water.
In answer to my quotes with which you had problems:
1) Credit crunch & home foreclosures. The people at the very top of the banking system don't make mistakes like that and since this recent crunch
they have gained even more control over your property and land. When you break it down to its bare elements, the FED... a private bank... has the
power to destroy your entire economy and still make a profit from it. Almost everything that happens with your economy is as a result of their
actions, so why did they allow the recent slowdown?
Simple yet effective video on the power of the Fed
What one of your founding fathers once warned against is becoming more and more evident & the institutions more powerful while leaving the people
"I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principle of spending money to be paid by
posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale"
2) Meddling: Ie. The attacks by Georgia on Russia which were a play by the US to take Russia out of the Game. The US is Georgia's biggest ally, there
is absolutely no way that the Georgia would have attacked Russian soldiers with US weapons in S Ossettia without US backing of some kind. Russia's
response is one any nation would make but as soon as it was in full swing, the US leaders were all over the media condemning Russia through comical
hypocrisy. Now, because the UN and NATO are clamping down on Russia, the US is free to do what it wants in Iran. This is so clear from the view i have
of these events, while the US media is covering up a lot of stories that are reported here.
Spread too thin: Ie. Fighting against half the middle east could completely ruin the US army and change the balance of power. Iran is not as fallible
as Iraq and if russia does end up getting involved.. we will just have to hope it doesn't escalate too far. Whatever the outcome, i cannot see the US
being the same if this looming war comes to pass. Its economy is already suffering and almost bankrupt. I suppose, with the NAU coming in, it doesn't
matter too much.
Originally posted by Dermo
I can honestly say that what i can see (even on widespread media, from opposite angles), the US is starting to look consistently worse and worse on a
global scale. Not just from the activities of the elitists, but mainly from the attitudes of the general population (Majority of ATSer's not
Especially that one. You're making a judgment based on anecdotal opinions, which change rapidly and vary wildly.
Explain what you mean.
I was trying to push the point that the general US citizen is starting to bear the brunt of the Elitists behavior because of your support of their
obvious corruption. Feelings toward Americans is at an all time low in Europe because of the brainwashed attitudes and commercially constructed
opinions of majority of Americans.