posted on Jun, 6 2012 @ 08:46 AM
"With everything else being the same... with everything else being equal...." Therein lies the fallacy. I suppose if the country were to go along with
Paul's brand of libertarianism, elect him to high office, there would be those powers seeking to put the brakes on the most essential reforms while
ushering in other policies that would be damaging to the system, that would be dangerous and destructive. Those half-way measures are the pitfall that
are necessary to avoid. That would be another struggle of good vs evil in that scenario and I must give Tarpley due credit for putting light on
Certainly there would be no gain for the people if right away, for example, food stamp programs were stripped to the bone while programs like Codex
Alimentarius were being pushed so that vitamins and food supplements would become restricted and virtually unobtainable without prescription by AMA
physicians. Compound this with the trend we see where home gardening is increasingly prohibited and only chemical-laden processed foodstuffs are
generally obtainable, our nightmares really begin to unfold. There are certainly powers that would steer things in that direction.
The proper course would be a two-step process where when pushing people to self-reliance we must have already abandoned those imposed
government-imposed restrictions that keep them from being self-reliant. We have been strong-armed over the years to accept numerous restrictions
ostensibly put in place for our own protection. Those restrictions, however, have stunted our growth.
America is now a faltering nation because the American people have been hobbled. Breaking those leg bonds must take place first and foremost before we
can resume our growth otherwise we face certain collapse. We are damned if we don't and we will be equally damned if we don't do it right. It will be
an interesting experiment to watch unfold.
edit on 6-6-2012 by Erongaricuaro because: (no reason given)