posted on Feb, 10 2010 @ 10:54 AM
Wow! For these guys to be "geniuses" at economics, they sure come up with the most ridiculous ideas!
To me this sounds a lot like when companies say "Hey, if we downsize our workforce, we'll save money and we will increase our profit by having
customers continue to buy our product."
Except you missed on part "genius" if you fire that same workforce that buys your product DURING an economic crises, a time when everyone is trying
to save money, NOT spend it, chances are, you're STILL not going to make a profit or make even! You'll STILL be going in the red and probably will
not have the same production output you had before when you had the workforce you fired!.
Sorry, I know it's a bit off topic, but I wanted to use it as an example, because I believe the same thing applies here.
These so called "geniuses" say that charging per mile will revive the economy by FORCING people who are ALREADY going through tough economic times,
to pay money they DON'T have, in order to pay for this "toll"?
First, lets be realistic, even with the infrastructure in place, this will be VERY hard to keep track of, so they will never get the 100% of all the
revenue, people will find loopholes, or stop driving altogether if they have to.
Secondly, this will only piss people off more and make the Rothschild a bigger target for assassination.
This is plain Tyranny, there is honestly no other way of seeing it. The governments and the puppets that run them, now honestly believe that they own
all the land they see, and the "peasants" that live in them. Well, soon they will have an epiphany when they realize that they DON'T have ownership
over ANYTHING other than themselves.
I always got peeved whenever I heard that word "Ownership" because of how it was used in an effort to commit genocide against many native tribes
here in the U.S. They thought that just because they had a piece of paper that said "We officially own this land" they thought they had the right to
remove peaceful people from their homes or worse, kill them. What they didn't realize (or maybe they did, and that was all part of the scam) is that
they DIDN'T own ANYTHING, other than a simple piece of paper with a "seal" on it. All that means to me, is that they had a fancy colored paper to
wipe their a**es with.
Again, sorry I got off topic, but again, I think it's a relevant example. Here we have the tyrants claiming that they have ownership of all of the
land, and therefore, they think they have the right to charge people for traveling through their land. Does this not seem unconstitutional? Screw
that, does this not seem in-humane? I remember seeing this sort of thing only during the dark ages. Where you couldn't go anywhere without being
asked by King envoys to pay taxes for a whole lot of non-sense?
Are we entering the new dark ages?