posted on Jan, 25 2010 @ 12:02 AM
reply to post by Israel Versus Iran
The guy in the video taught me nothing except that he knows how to whine really well. Notice that through the whole video he complains about people
earning a lot of money while others don't, and his solution is a single word: "Democracy". Come on, just saying the word Democracy does nothing to
indicate how any of the world's problems can be solved.
If you are looking for a spiritual leader why look to someone who is talking politics? Is that what this Maitreya character is? A politician? I hope
The guy in the video refers to "free markets" and "less regulation" when corporate regulations have increased over the past decade and none of the
markets are free. Paul Volcker, Alan Greenspan, and Henry Paulson are much more related to communism and fascism than free markets or capitalism.
Their entire job is specifically to attempt to manipulate the markets using the government... I laugh at the notion they support the free markets.
Greenspan's job was to run a private-public corporate monopoly... a fascist enterprise. If they had full support for the free markets they would
announce (or would have announced in Greenspan's case) that they are quitting their positions to enter the private market and start up their own
currency to compete with the US dollar.
As for Milton Friedman, he is one of the only known advocates of free markets in existence. He has my respect. You should see what his kids are up to
these days. Its got nothing to do with giving banksters hugs, thats for sure.
What the world needs is people to stop complaining and start doing things that actually help to improve things. This guy is so confident, is he out
there starting up this great solution to greed called democracy? I doubt it.
It is unhealthy to focus on a messiah figure. There are many great teachers in the world... focus on those. Personally I try to work on solving the
worlds problems by chipping away at them in real life and accepting that I may play a tiny little role and that is enough... I don't count on another
person to step up and do the job for me. Nor do I count on my attempted help to actually work... but you've got to try.