Originally posted by FOXMULDER147
I mean 50 square miles ain't no mean area. It's about the size of Bermuda, and larger than about 20 countries.
No matter how bad the debt is, you should never never give away your land. At the end of the day, it's all you got.
Just makes me convinced that the USA ain't run by Americans no more...
You're not kidding. In an abstract sense it's like there was an economic war and we lost. Now the winner, China, is taking a chunk of our
land..... and it's all cool because the banker's say "It's OK, it's all part of the plan."
I'm not sure the econo-babble and oligarchic platitudes of our so-called "leaders" makes up for the savage decimation of the American Ideal....
which was only for some
about economic dominance. Given that the inevitable truth is that those people, whose goal was to rule the world, have
also brought us to the brink; it's hard to be impressed with their wisdom thus far.
When I see the political animals at play in the fields of the lord, part of me weeps.
They are as shadow puppets; and yet people still insist that this or that one is 'different' or 'better.'
We need a political revolution. And among those who can, there seems to be none willing to drive the bus.
Our greatest peril now is no longer the nature of the elected leadership. It is now the titanic inertia of a government replete with policy-makers
whose loyalties are based upon political expedience and self-serving vainglory. They are, some say, what we deserve for allowing the country to be
used as it has, for increasingly narrowed interests - and to the detriment of countless others.
"There is no shame in defending ourselves"; they say. Then they attack. "Remember 9/11" they say, and when we ask about it they direct our
attention to "the present" because "the past" is behind us. Then we are asked to submit to being searched and monitored for our own safety from
'the bad guys.'
The leaders proclaim we must acquiesce to the system of exchange the banks demand we use. We must. "We" must.
It is the nature of their loyal submission to this scheme, that the resulting shortages are shared by anyone but themselves, their posterity, or their
associates. If they guaranteed our freedom from economic oppression they would have no backers. The economic royalty have come into their own
No party is ready, willing, or capable of repairing this dysfunction. There can and must be a single coherent analysis of what they (not the
proverbial government they) have done. You see, the show we are treated to is not coherently delivered, and it's far from zealous in it's devotion
to truth, knowledge, and wisdom. Perhaps President Hoover was right when he said the idea of commercializing television was madness.
China did to us what we would have done to them. Which to me implies that there is now, and long has been, an economic game going on. The one
overarching entity that controls the rules are the banks... the central banks... and their fealty is not to their country