posted on Jan, 23 2010 @ 11:05 AM
Let's try and imagine what the future will look like in 15 or 20 years, from each of our perspectives. From your perspective, we will continue to see
U.S. intervention in the entire world, as well as space, and more and more surveillance until everyone is chipped. Or, let's imagine what it would be
like if the criminals in government were arrested and America started to obey the constitution again. The wars would end, bringing an end to racial
hatred throughout the world. The money masters would be out of jobs, and the economy will be less volatile, the constitution would be protected, and
freedom would be preserved. Perhaps you disagree. I'll explain each point
1. The wars would end
If we ousted all the traitors within our government, and exposed the truth about these wars, the public would want to end the wars immediately. There
is little doubt of this. Assuming the truth does get out, how would the American people stand the fact that these wars are being fought mostly for oil
control? Or would you disagree with me on this point? Is the U.S. not intervening in Iran to protect its dollar hegemony there? And in Iraq to protect
Israel sovereignty? And yet, the public is told that they're chasing down Bin Laden, that old joke has gotten too old, no one even believes he's
alive anymore. Or we can tell them the wars are being fought over Afghanistan poppies, I wonder if the peace activists get upset about that one.
2. The money masters would be out of jobs, and the economy would be less volatile.
This involves some elementary understandings of economics, which gets in the way of "fed" economics. The difference is that the normal economics
involves people buying one good for a price, or exchanging one good or service for another. The "fed" economics involves printing money and spending
it. Hardly moral or even sane, since there is no boundary as to how much to print and what to buy. This inevitably leads to printing endlessly and
buying everything. Perhaps you're okay with this, and believe that when a bank embezzles 64 billion dollars from the government as these TARP banks
have done, maybe this to you is "a sign of economic progress" but just remember that you are not in control of this money nor do the owners wish to
give you any of it. Instead, it is being stolen from your country.
Volatile being a technical term, indicating economic stability, without the federal reserve the money supply would be based on something tangent, not
"infinity" and people will freely ditch anything that is not worth anything (sorry Chap, I don't want your Dollars anymore, I use them as toilet
3. The Constitution would be protected, and freedom would be preserved.
Even if you are a first generation American or someone who has never read the Constitution, you have to at least be aware of some of the rights given
to you by it. Without these constitutional rights, the government has the freedom to try and do anything it wants to you. With them, you have a
non-violent solution to the government's continual tyranny. Without the constitution, there would be bloodshed, and the government would most likely
lose, as they always have lost throughout history. So, it is good to view the Constitution as a way to calm the people as well as restrain the
government. Unless you're an anarchist, which would be nice, however this is impossible, since someone somewhere will always try and create a law and
then force everyone to follow it (cough UN, cough again, the church). So the Constitution also is our response to idiotic laws that seek to take away
our freedoms. At the end of the day, we still have our freedoms, without some type of law, the government has nothing. So it really makes sense to
support the Constitution rather than a 10,000 page law that was just created yesterday that no one has read and only 3 people wrote.