posted on Sep, 30 2008 @ 10:47 PM
Allow me a few comments on this thread.
This Rupert guy is displaying clearly a pro-Bailout stance. He sounds like he wants to make this a Dem vs Rep issue. Pit different voters against each
other. IMO believe was better that a no Bailout passed.
There are many things in to play since the credit exchange system is globalized. We cannot for instance fathom the mechanisms of this economic chaos
because we also can't fathom the extend all other parameters are lending an influence to an event. For example we can't be sure at what extend the
Russian oil/gas supply to Europe played a role, or Chinas advanced demands. Also any players that wish for the economy to go like this way or like
that way are invisible to us, also their underlying motives. Motives are ussualy about control. Who helped Russia for instance to build their energy
corridors across the whole Europe that resulted in a leveling up of their status? How could be possible that no one saw this coming? What about free
energy? I am sure now any Russian goverment has all the reasons to go after any new invention or trend with a vengeance also just like the Amrrican
gov is supposedly doing. China on the other hand is not, since they don't own major local resource spots, but they have nearly the 70% of global
production at their soil. Upsetting the applecart would not be a bennefit to them now also. So who and why has given China all that enormous advantage
of production over the whole globe and what for?
It is all about energy and who controls it. I don't know who predicted what. But I know that any good predictions should have taken in to account
global tolerance levels of the current situation as it is from populace, and global trends or incidents that would help free energy or green ideas
While it seems we are rolling towards a "greener" future, it might be quite the opposite. More excuses for more totalitarian control are being given
to major nations over resources that are supposedly depleating in a fast rate.
I would refrain on paying the ferryman, until I see the fat lady sing.
I hope my post was relevant.
[edit on 30-9-2008 by spacebot]