posted on Dec, 31 2010 @ 02:13 AM
Most people who spend any time researching the state of the world can see there are some very significant and serious problems going on. I do agree
with most of what Adrian say's but still a few little issues. As for a one world currency I can see how it could relive a lot of problems and
conflicts in the current financial system, but for how it is created and distributed the current money system needs a global review to cut out the
corruption. As for a world government there are a lot of issues that affect the world and there needs some global coordination to effectively confront
it. If the same closed door power games that have destroyed the integrity of the white house continue then I would prefer a quick death to the slow,
drawn out pain that is killing civilised society.
I applaud him on his courage and integrity to stand up and say 'enough!'. He is also right where the power to confront these challenges rest with
the growing political awareness of the people. Ignorance may be bliss, but it also suicide in these challenging times.