posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 11:20 AM
Originally posted by thecinic
Originally posted by TheBandit795
Another consequence of this..... and of U.S. citizens living way out of their means for decades...
Is the American Dream Over?
America has long been a country of limitless possibility. But the dream has now become a nightmare for many. The US is now realizing just how
fragile its success has become -- and how bitter its reality. Should the superpower not find a way out of crisis, it could spell trouble ahead for the
global economy. By SPIEGEL Staff
Them big bankers own the world not just America.... Every first world country will be third over night if America doesn't succeed or if the dollar
failes. China is worthless all the good we buy, all the middle eastern countries who we buy the GAS from worthless, trade worldwide all worthless
without America .
And that, my friend, is the practically the definition of detente.
Sure, our money is imaginary, but it fills the coffers of every other country in the world. The dollar can not truly fail unless a massive contigent
of world governments and industries decide to, not just shift to another imaginary money that is tied to the dollar, but openly and publicly admit to
the charade. If one falls, everyone will fall, because nobody is ready or willing to oversee a humane transition to a post money world. The
greedheads at the top of the chain (the only ones actually holding a significant amount of the imaginary money) would be the most destitute overnight
if money disappeared. Their quality of life relies on their imaginary money spending like it were gold.
We can worry about our day to day existence, but the simple fact is that our toil is needed to prop up the illusion as well. They will not let the
world burn because they will always need the goods that we underpaid slaves create.
I know it seems that nothing is holding up the economic system at this point, but it is in fact standing steady on an indestructable foundation of
delusion, self-interest and mutually assured destruction.
Are the Federal Reserve evil manipulative swine who hold too much power and appear to be playing strange games with humanity's well-being?
Absolutely! They all deserve jail time. All the same, I can guarantee that there will be a moment at Jekyll Island when they are laughing it up over
some joke or another. Then there will be a pause; one of those quiet moments of reflection that come about in the midst of such revelry. They will
sigh and stare blankly into the air immediately in front of them as they consider the surreal nature of the beast that they have created. Some will
feel fleeting pangs of guilt, but that will pass as they realize that they have enslaved millions of people in a system where they are deluded enough
to think themselves free. The Fed and it's accomplices and masters will shake it off, sip the champagne and take comfort in their place at the top
of the deceit-based food chain.
Meanwhile we will keep on keeping on. Working, living, loving and catching our happiness where we can. Perhaps someday fairness will be restored and
we will be able to righteously gnaw on the skulls of those who have gang-raped the world. Perhaps not. To hell with 'em anyway.