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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:06 AM
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Randevious, my brother, if you don't know me well enough by now, you never will.


What do you mean ?
I'm a fan !
The post was directed at you, in vie of your approval.
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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:06 AM
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I HAVE BEEN ACTIVELY WORKING TO EFFECT CHANGE! I am not one to just talk about it. I have certain responsibilities from which I will soon be released. After this...I will have much greater ability to effect change as I am an a perfect position to do so.

A. I have almost unlimited Resources.
B. I am in the ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS and have access to great numbers of people at Music Venues.
C. I am motivated as well as Highly Trained.
D. I do not owe anyone. Many People OWE ME.
E. I have KNOWLEDGE that is specific to this cause as well as knowing many others with this same knowledge.
F. I NEVER LOOSE A FIGHT!

Split Infinity



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:07 AM
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My apologies, my friend. I guess I misunderstood your meaning. \



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:11 AM
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awww Sanders is a member of DSA...that is Democratic Socialists of America, and that is just a rant against Wall Street worthy of an OWS Occupy group. He is clearly saying the Unions didn't do any thing wrong. What were they voting on when he said this? Sounds more like a resolution against Scott Walker than anything else.



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:13 AM
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All you're doing in this site is actively talking about all your activity. If the change you are affecting has anything to do with vaunted leaders and "civil rights" you're not affecting change at all, just adding to the tyranny.

In terms of talk, it is very important that people come to understand the profound difference between unalienable rights and civil rights. It is very important that people come to understand that they are presumed to know the law, and that the law is not legalese. It is very important that people come to understand that all law is simple, true, universal, and absolute. It is important to understand this so that when one is confronted with the complexity of legislation that a lawyer hardly understands that there are basic principles of law, such as the void for vagueness doctrine that effectively confronts the bogus legislation they are being pulverized with.

If people can't understand that simply electing legislatures and then doing nothing to confront their atrocities afterward is why they have the government they deserve.

We cannot be on the same page until this is understood.



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:15 AM
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Originally posted by Jean Paul Zodeaux
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Governments aren't designed to oppress people or give some wide swath of people something they deserve. In America our government is supposed to work for us, this is what separated us from the Europeans... you know the guys who decapitated a bunch of people during a certain time (I guess they deserved that huh?). I guess some people don't believe in what we are supposed to stand for anymore.


That is one of the dumbest things I've ever heard.

All governments are supposed to work for the people, none do. This is why the Constitution for the United States of America - you know that document you've never really read - is a profound indictment on government.

This is why the Bill of Rights was added to that Constitution. Those Bill of Rights are express prohibitions on government, and the Constitution isn't some feel good document that blathers on about how good our government is, and if you ever bothered to read it you would know that.



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Great writing Jean Paul:

"All governments are supposed to work for the people, none do."

Peace

"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny."

Thomas Jefferson
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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:20 AM
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I misunderstood your meaning.


Only because it was vague and I missed a gear.
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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:43 AM
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Originally posted by Jean Paul Zodeaux
reply to post by SplitInfinity
 


All you're doing in this site is actively talking about all your activity. If the change you are affecting has anything to do with vaunted leaders and "civil rights" you're not affecting change at all, just adding to the tyranny.

In terms of talk, it is very important that people come to understand the profound difference between unalienable rights and civil rights. It is very important that people come to understand that they are presumed to know the law, and that the law is not legalese. It is very important that people come to understand that all law is simple, true, universal, and absolute. It is important to understand this so that when one is confronted with the complexity of legislation that a lawyer hardly understands that there are basic principles of law, such as the void for vagueness doctrine that effectively confronts the bogus legislation they are being pulverized with.

If people can't understand that simply electing legislatures and then doing nothing to confront their atrocities afterward is why they have the government they deserve.

We cannot be on the same page until this is understood.



I agree with much you have said here. But one thing you have not touched on is using a system and the rules of that system to effect change via the system. Because of my Families Companies as well as my Decades Running role as an Entertainer...I have a very good grasp of the Law...as well as have teams of Lawyers that are there to protect our interests...yet they sometimes defer to me. Although I am not a Lawyer...I retain much of what I read or experience...this has to do with some peculiar aspects of Highly thick and dense Neural Connections that were discovered after a CT scan...that exist between my Left and Right Hemispheres of my Brain. I also have the SOMETIMES ability to consciously access my Subconscious which if you know anything about this...the Subconscious is like a Computer and it keeps a perfect record of all thought as well as all Sensory Input so if you walk by a person and but for a split second glance at a book that they are reading...you conscious mind does not pay attention but even if it is just a millisecond glance...your Subconscious retains a record of EVERY WORD WRITTEN...everything on those pages are forever remembered by your Subconscious. Now...I have this crazy High IQ...174...12 points higher than Einstein's...but IQ can never be equal in value to EXPERIENCE. This I have in Great Abundance. The point I am trying to make is...the only way to quickly effect a system is by having LEVERAGE over those who abuse it. To achieve a goal is what is important...how that goal is achieved...not so important. THIS IS HOW a person can get around a stacked deck...by not playing cards to begin with. I hope you understand. Split Infinity



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:49 AM
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*ahem*

Sorry to interrupt a great debate and I truly mean that but...

Does anyone have anything to say with regards to the OP and the 2 vids I posted?

Just asking..


Peace



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 01:58 AM
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Originally posted by Jean Paul Zodeaux

Originally posted by SplitInfinity
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Actually...it is my Constitutional Right to be able to form an opinion and SPEAK FREELY ABOUT IT! But words are cheap and action drives change. Split Infinity



Your right to speech has nothing at all to do with Constitutions and was yours from the moment you were born, and would be yours if you were born in Zimbabwe, China, or Venus. That is what I'm talking about!

Yes...of course. But I have the backing of the Constitution to PROTECT that BORN with or GOD GIVEN RIGHT. Remember...you talk to a person who has been to places where young boy's ARMS are chopped off with a Machete. They come into a Village seeking new recruits. If none Volunteer...they pick out one or two kids...put their necks on a log...pull their arms forward and either sit on their backs or hold their legs so they cannot move...then they hack off either one or both arms. Recruitment goes along much quicker after a few of these actions occur. So...GOD GIVEN or NOT....there is always someone ready to take away your rights unless you either have a Government System of Protection or you have a GUN to protect yourself.

Most of the OLDER RECRUITS are no older than 15 years old...Hopped up on a BROWN-BROWN...a combination of Powdered Cocaine mixed with Gunpowder and Nitroglycerine Heart Medication. It turns the meekest kid into a Killing Machine. Split Infinity



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 02:02 AM
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I apologize for not being more attentive to the VIDS...I will watch them. You have to excuse me as this subject...at least for me has great meaning. You have been very polite as well as patient. Thank You!
Split Infinity



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 02:07 AM
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Doesn't matter how angry you Americans get, you'll NEVER have the balls to actually do anything about it...

You know it, I know it and most importantly, TPTB know it.

Just go back to your baseball game fatty, your beer is getting warm...
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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 02:21 AM
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Originally posted by Ashertron
Doesn't matter how angry you Americans get, you'll NEVER have the balls to actually do anything about it...

You know it, I know it and most importantly, TPTB know it.
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Really Now? The United States has been trough far worse times than these and ALWAYS....balance has been restored. I would not bet against us....and neither should you.

One last thing...regardless of where a person has immigrated from...it is a PROVEN FACT...that their children will grow to be larger and their Grandchildren even more so once they live in the U.S. and breed after a few generations.

So we certainly have the Balls...Big ones at that! Split Infinity



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 02:35 AM
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Originally posted by SplitInfinity
Really Now? The United States has been trough far worse times than these and ALWAYS....balance has been restored. I would not bet against us....and neither should you.

One last thing...regardless of where a person has immigrated from...it is a PROVEN FACT...that their children will grow to be larger and their Grandchildren even more so once they live in the U.S. and breed after a few generations.

So we certainly have the Balls...Big ones at that! Split Infinity


LOL right!

America is BIG in a lot of ways, like your mouths or your asses for example, but balls is not one of them.

These "WE'RE PISSED OFF!", "AMERICA IS WAKING UP!" etc etc threads always make me chuckle 'cause the American public will ALWAYS be all bark and no bite. You're all too busy checking the latest on the Jersey Shore cast or watching college sports to give a damn...

Prove me wrong, I dare you. You won't though, that'd mean missing American Idol!
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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 02:42 AM
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I thought Americans were angry all the time no matter what, in the past, in the future etc.



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 02:46 AM
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Exactly, just a deflection, the gutting of the Constitution and in particular thwarting the uniqueness of the US operating their own monetary system outside the established Banking system.Whose members, the capital holders of time immemorial, once in control slowly led to this foundation less joke of a once supreme economic engine.

The war isn't left v right , govt or no govt it's one where the Govt respects individual freedom as pinnacle and one which controls it's own medium of exchange and thus incurring no debt interest . It's this claim on 'interest' and it's taxation implication on people which is the key to freedom or the chains of enslavement.



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 03:10 AM
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I have only just started watching the video, I cant understand why he keeps saying Madam President .
Can someone please explain that to me ( Non American )



posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 03:45 AM
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I noticed that there was a female in the chair in the beginning when he was saying madam president then a man was in the chair he started saying Mr president .

This man should be made president of the world . I have never seen or heard such a wise heart felt speech.
S & F
Also did anyone else notice the guy bottom left in the last frame looks like a CGI SIMS character lol



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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 03:59 AM
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This speech was easily on par with some of the best Ron Paul speeches. This man really understands the reality of the situation in America. He has the balls to dive into many touchy topics which politicians hardly ever get into. He covers 3 very important subjects which hardly ever get mentioned in the mainstream... those 3 subjects being:

- bail out of wallstreet with tax payer money
- $16 trillion in secret loans released by the Fed
- unbelievably inequal distribution of wealth

This is honestly one of the most important videos I've ever seen and this should be compulsory viewing for all Americans. And he is absolutely right, we shouldn't be attacking the sick and the poor to help reconcile deficit spending. In fact if you look at some of their proposed cuts they are like 0.1% of the total deficit spending.

But I don't necessarily agree with trying to tax the rich more... they will just leave America and try every trick in the book before they let their money be taken from their cold dead hands. And the wealth will simply flow right back to them anyway. Of course we should make them pay fairer tax rates and remove the loop holes, but the solution is not solely in taxing the rich.

The solution is in actually reducing the deficit spending instead of trying to rob the citizens to pay for all of it. All these big government operations need to be culled back... defense spending is out of control and there are illegal wars being waged without legitimate congressional approval. The Federal Reserve is also constantly undermining the economy by printing money like it has gone out of fashion.

The simple fact is the US Government cannot afford to keep operating the way it has been operating over the last few decades, the debt is quickly catching up and before long the storm is going to hit, and it's going to hit hard. This reckless uncontrolled spending cannot go on forever, and they are deluding themselves by believing it can.
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posted on Jul, 1 2012 @ 04:05 AM
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Today one must create added value in his job and compete with peers, in order to earn a house etc. If the competition for added value jobs is destroyed, noone will take the hard jobs at all. You see, the job of an achorman or singer is much more pleasant, but we also need plumbers, janitors, turners, etc. How do people take those jobs? Simple- they are rewarded more, or they are taken away chances of taking other jobs because of lack of expertize in those fields. Why would someone study for many years to become a dentist a surgeon or an engineer, if abundancy and equality should provide all of us equally. Simple- those people are rewarded more, they have higher salaries, and can afford more. Reward is input based. Money is not the issue- the problem is the exchange denominator of purchasing power, which is added value itself. China is rich not because of money, but because of qualified workforce, which is transferred to added value industries. . If an engineer in China earns 700 dollars a month, but that money can translate into purchasing power of 3 construction workers, who then can work on pouring slurry walls for new towers in Shanghai, that is all that is needed for a healthy growth. It is the exchange of added value within economy that matters, and no matter how much fiat dollars are poured into US economy, it won`t come back from coma, because the trade of added value is mostly between Walmart-type shop assistants and wallstreet sharks, creating no added value at all. By equality the principle of competition is destroyed, but by destruction of competition , progress is destroyed. What profession would a person choose, once given a Frescoan utopia where food, energy and resources would be abundant. Would he choose to work in coal quarries, would he choose to do hard manual labor? Probably not, he would chose the easiest work possible. But that doesn`t eliminate the necessity for hard and unpleasant jobs- someone would still need to work in slaughter houses, someone would still need to change diapers for elderly people, and someone would still need to be a lumberjack. How would you motivate people to choose harder but more productive jobs, if the reward is equal for everyone? The only problem with the current world is the underestimation of science, engineering and art, and overvaluation of religion, politics, sports, militarism, and useless sheeple entertainment, which has allowed the transfer of money to the owners of machines, not the servants.
To sum it up the middle class is disappearing because the middle class is not participating in creating the added value to the economy, thus depriving themselves of high income which then creates a shockwave across the nation by endlessly decreasing demand for new housing, cars, etc going into ravenous catch 22 circle. And why is middle class not creating the added value? One of the motives is they are not rewarded enough, if a banker or a psychologist could earn 7 times less than a construction worker , I would call it a fair call to promote added value industries. Another issue of course is meager state of manufacturing, which is drained by outsourcing and dilapidated expertize of how to build things actually. And if people are not involved in creating high added value, why should they be paid? Just because you create videos on youtube or run a hedge fund, doesn`t mean it translates in measurable added value. Being busy doesn`t equal to being useful.





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