posted on Jun, 2 2010 @ 08:06 PM
reply to post by endtimer
Good stuff endtimer. Another problem we might want to look at is the lack of resolution on these issues. It never comes.
1. The bailouts, Wall Street, The poor economy: Nada. No one has done anything but pass some anemic legislation the industry basically wrote
2. The Oil Non-Spill, Non-Accident: It will be solved maybe August, maybe September, the saw got stock, the top kill failed, etc. But nothing has
changed with regards to the leasing and safety of these drill rigs.
3. The Attack on the Aid Convoy: These foreign countries so the US may not be seen directly influencing things but for Pete's sake, the White House
has to say something. 'We need calm and and time to look at the facts.' Well, no one is calm and the facts have been on You Tube since it happened.
4. The immigration laws in Arizona: That one just about disappeared but the illegals are still coming, the drug gangs are whacking folks left and
right in Northern Mexico, and there is no end in sight.
I do not believe there is any increase in the frequency of world events. I think with the increased degree of connectivity, the more we see what
really goes on every day. While frustrating, it is a net good thing. I never used to believe "TPTB" was a credible concept. The more I observe and
study however, the more it makes sense when you connect all the dots. This connectivity is a direct threat (or at least the beginning of one) to those
who up until now have acted with more or less impunity.