posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 01:38 PM
At the risk of further distancing ourselves from the truth... which is what we all ostensibly want ... I think:
A: The ideologies of division obscure the culprits, and since this is "our" economy, it is correct that we bear our share of the blame..., BUT
B: Since the political paradigm (at least in America) is about the most well-marketed candidates ($$$), the polish of PR productions ($$$), and the
'selling' of fictional characters ($$$) as somehow politically 'promising' people; they (such as - but not limited to - Bush and Obama) are properly
attributed blame... if you want the glory of political celebrity status, you must accept the shame of your party's complicity in misadventure.
Many people reel against their favorite sports characters, teams, and celebrity contestants being criticized or embarrassing themselves in public....
Career Politicians are the epitome of 'images' created to secure your tender loyalties.... If you start thinking of them as they are - actors - you
won't find it quite as disappointing when they appear to fumble (especially since the 'fumble' was probably planned - remember: there are no accidents
in politics - everything is scripted for effect.)
C. How could the Federal Reserve Bank, and the Euro Central bankers (heck all country's central bankers) possibly NOT share the blame? They
(collectively speaking) secured a legislated monopoly on monetary policy and credit ratings across the globe....
This result proves at least that many of us understand the difference between incompetence and fraud.
If we, as a collection of diverse observers with no special attributes of 'expert standing' can see what is wrong... why can't they? The simplest
answer is they can... and they want it this way. (Meanwhile, and most disturbingly) the actors who can directly access the critical details and
information regarding what's happening... are getting richer and richer.... it's almost obscene.
Economic royalty should have been foreseen as the middle and lower class (the actual wealth producers) were shoved closer and closer to debt serfdom.
Born into debt, not able to have standing without debt, and rated as reliable financial entities based on the magnitude of our debt. Yet the rich
elite are measured by the magnitude of their wealth.... Are we learning yet?
edit on 8-8-2011 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)