reply to post by Germanicus
I agree with you that the 90's were more prosperous than today. The bankers had more restrictions on what they could and couldn't do with money.
It's the international banks that are the problem. Everyone can see what they have done to the US and the EU.
Do we honesty think that a dictator would be immune to the power of money these banks weld? All governments have corruption in them on one level or
another, it's the nature of mankind. However, a dictator such as Jim Jung Il lived like a divine king while his people starved. His son is not any
(Sorry I am hung up on NK, but it is the most contemporary example of an evil dictator which comes to mind.)
I see how you can justify a dictator in a time a crisis (don't agree) and having a two year review. Good luck with removing that dictator,
especially a military dictator, if they do not intend to relinquish the reigns of power. You can not vote out a tyrant from power; the only was