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Let's see, the Japanese engineered a successful attack on Pearl Harbour (on US Soil), does that count as an attack?
Originally posted by downtown436
Its not the system, its the people who are controlling the system. Any type of government will succeed, even communist, but if people who control/manage it corrupt, it will be corrupt.
Originally posted by clever024
Congratulations. I I'm 25 i realized this long ago. I got out of the system when i was 19. I've been collecting SSDI since i was 22
Originally posted by TheRealLegacY
I personally believe that if it happens because of us or because of them that our current money system will be irrelevant.
Originally posted by Roadie
I've always wondered if everybody in america decided not to vote in the next presedential election. Who would lead us? That will never happen, but I can always hope.
Originally posted by Bonified Ween
[edit on 2010/7/23 by GradyPhilpott]
The attack was allowed by our # bag president at the time... It was well known 4 days before it happened, that it was going to occur. It was allowed on purpose. Thank the bankers for that one too.
Originally posted by Aquarius1
reply to post by bobs_uruncle
Hawaii became a state on August 21, 1959, don't think that counts as an attack on U.S. soil, it was an attack on U.S. soldiers.
Originally posted by mryanbrown
What good is gold/silver if the economy collapses? It only has value if there's an economy.
Otherwise, usable goods have far more value.
Lumber, food, clothing, water, etc have more value when there's no economy.