reply to post by Gakus
People have done a great deal of evil in this country for the sake of capitalism as well. No one should be declared a treason for their views on an
economic system, that's ignorance.
We haven't had "Capitalism" in this country since the Rothschilds sent their puppets over here long before the Federal Reserve Act was passed.
The Rothschilds funded the robber barons. I can not find the link, but JP Morgan's(??) showed his fortune was not owned by him but by the
Rothschilds, the Morgans(???) only owned 17% of their corporation. Cecil Rhodes, one of the richest men in the world, was also funded by the
Rothschilds. His will left the Rothschilds in control of his fortune.
The Fed was not the first US Central Bank but the third!
In 1791, former Morris aide and chief advocate for Northern mercantile interests, Alexander Hamilton, the Secretary of the Treasury, struck a deal
with Southern lawmakers to ensure the continuation of Morris's Bank project; in exchange for support by the South for a national bank, Hamilton
agreed to ensure sufficient support to have the national or federal capital moved from its temporary Northern location, New York, to a Southern
location on the Potomac. As a result, the First Bank of the United States (1791–1811) was chartered by Congress within the year and signed by George
Washington soon after. The First Bank of the United States was modeled after the Bank of England....it was partly owned by foreigners, who shared
in its profits. Several founding fathers bitterly opposed the Bank. Thomas Jefferson saw it as an engine for speculation, financial manipulation, and
Capitalism is taking your wealth (labor and resources) and reinvesting it to create more wealth. The only ones who do that are small businesses.
(Banks do not make loans to most small businesses.)
With Fractional Reserve Banking, "Wealth" in the form of inflation, is stolen from everyone and used to fund the corporations. However the real
owners of the wealth that is invested never see a dime of the profits only devaluation of their savings as it is stolen and used to fund the large
"Capitalism is EVIL" is a banker diversionary tactic to keep people from see that they are stealing them blind. It is so easy to make
"Capitalism" the Scapegoat.
Without Fractional Reserve Banking and Corporate/Government collusion to pass anti-small business legislation, Large Corporations just could not
compete. Several layers of management, the Peter Principle, managers with different agendas, reams of paperwork and tons of meetings all make large
business inefficient and therefore not competitive.
How important are small businesses to the U.S. economy?
* Have generated 64 percent of net new jobs over the past 15 years.
* Create more than half of the nonfarm private gross domestic product (GDP).
* Hire 40 percent of high tech workers (such as scientists, engineers, and computer programmers).
* produced 30.2 percent of the known export value in FY 2007.
* Produce 13 times more patents per employee than large patenting firms; these patents are twice as likely as large firm patents to be among
the one percent most cited.
You want to fix the problems???
Get rid of Fractional Reserve Banking that causes inflation and "Bubbles" Get rid of the idiotic regulations that hamper would be entrepreneurship.
Do we really need the GOVERNMENT to teach and certify and LICENSE women to braid hair???? Do we need some petty hitler to jerk people around for over
a year when they try to comply with all the nit picking laws???
...Today, the Institute for Justice released a series of studies documenting government-imposed barriers to entrepreneurship in eight
Time and again, these reports document how local bureaucrats believe they should dictate every aspect of a person's small business. They want to
choose who can go into which business, where, what the business should look like, and what signs will be put in the windows. And if that means that
businesses fail, or never open, or can operate only illegally, or waste all their money trying to get permits so they have nothing left for actual
operations, that's just too bad.
•In Chicago, Esmeralda Rodriguez tried to open a children's play center, paying rent month after month while she waited in vain for the government
permits she needed to open her business. After a full year of bureaucratic red tape, she finally exhausted her life savings and closed down for
When governments actually get rid of barriers to entrepreneurship, new businesses open almost immediately. Indeed, removing even a single law can
unleash entrepreneurial energy and create hundreds of jobs. Mississippi finally got rid of its requirement that African hair braiders get
government-issued cosmetology licenses to practice or teach. The result? A single entrepreneur — Melony Armstrong — trained dozens of women to
braid hair and open their own businesses..... www.usatoday.com...
However if you are a Social Progressive you believe that you have the RIGHT to tell everyone else what to eat and how to breathe.
And the bankers and Big Corporations just LOVE YOU