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GOPer Who Got Millions in Farm Subsidies Thinks the Poor Should Starve Rather Than Get Food Stamps

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 01:33 PM
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Not everyone is afforded the luxury of being able to store away vast sums in the event an unpredictable event occurs. In an ideal world, sure, but first give me this ideal world as I would like to see it.

No, instead we must do the best with what we have. I think we can do a lot better, wouldn't you agree?

WHOLE-HEARTEDLY!!!




posted on May, 26 2013 @ 01:55 PM
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organizations which promote illegal immigration

I found this story on CNN this morning.
From Migrant Worker to Neurosurgeon

I suggest you read it, and TRY to wrap your head around this man's life experience. I'm not even going to ex-text it for you, either. The burden is on YOU to prove your allegations. And your character.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:04 PM
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You decided I was "attack-worthy" from our first interaction, and you're the one claiming that I "hate all Republicans". It's ridiculous.


The very first thread I encountered you on that you created was nearly the same as this one here, ie that some Republican wanted to do some budget cuts, and it so happens that it focused on welfare for poor children, and of course it involved the children of illegal immigrants who come here to get such things because we give it. Ambulances also come over the border and women have their babies here to get the free medical care. You are terribly naïve to fall for this line of "We have to feed all the poor" nonsense that the welfare statists keep piling on. By the way, the ambulances coming over the border and people getting free emergency care that way have bankrupted hospitals in California.
Anyway, the theme is exactly the same, you feel that Republicans who try to cut the budget are evil and selfish. If you really cared about people equally, then it would bother you that Obama is making 85 million from his BP Oil stock which Vanguard dumped conveniently prior to the spill disaster, and our POTUS made money off that deal while residents in Louisiana and the Gulf area of Florida got sick and died from toxic corexit.
I have yet to hear you complain about anything Progressives do. I am 99.999 % certain your outrage is 100% partisan and chosen expressly for the Progressive agenda
Yes I am 99.999 % positive.
I hear Progressives on this forum also sporting the desire to tax churches. I find that really interesting because churches are the first line in charity work for the poor. So why do Progressives want to tax churches therefore reducing their output on private charity work, but making sure Uncle Sam gets more taxes, presumably to do the same, but we can be fairly certain it goes for black budget programs more than it goes toward feeding the hungry.

Glenn Beck's Mercury radio did a direct fundraising for the victims of the Oklahoma tornado and the very first day they raised 1.2 million.
But you bash Glenn Beck every chance you get.
I think it is you who needs to revise your understanding of things.

If you want to do the right thing, then learn the reality.


The national spotlight is on Arizona for doing what the Federal government and previous Governor Napolitano refused to do: rein in an invasion of illegal aliens bankrupting our state (Arizona). At an August 2009 healthcare Town Hall in Phoenix, legislators said that more than half of Arizona’s 4 billion dollar budget deficit was the result of paying for three areas of services to illegal immigrants: education, healthcare, and incarceration.


Estimates are that 20-40% of uncompensated (“free”) medical services are provided to people in the US illegally. The actual number may be much higher.



What are consequences to taxpaying citizens?
1. Increased cost and reduced access to trauma care. Tucson has lost all but one Level I Trauma Center to serve all of southern Arizona, in large part due to massive, unsustainable losses from uncompensated care. Auto accidents involving overloaded vans of illegal aliens happen regularly in southern Arizona. Injured are flown by air ambulance to University Medical Center’s Trauma Center and treated with state of the art care….all at taxpayer expense.
2. A registered nurse involved with the Pima County health system since the 1970’s who must remain anonymous because of her role, said she has never seen any staff member at either El Rio Clinic or Pima County Health Department ask for proof of citizenship before providing free medical services (immunizations, Well Baby checks, food stamps, WIC services, birth control, and even elective abortions). Costs are paid by taxpayers. When funds are depleted, low income American citizens have fewer services and longer waits as a result.

3. This same RN also said: “I personally know Mexican men who married 16 year old girls, got them pregnant, brought them to Tucson for the baby to become a US citizen. They live in Mexico but come here for their health care. Taxpayers pay for this medical care many ways, at the Public Health Department, and with school nurses who provide care.”



www.aapsonline.org...
Tell me when did it become my duty as an American taxpayer to pay for abortions for 16 year olds living in another country?

Apparently Obama has made it even easier for people in foreign countries to get food stamps and other benefits.

www.powerlineblog.com...

You need to WAKE UP to the reality instead of walking around with that smug attitude that you are helping all the world's poor, and see that all you are doing is typical socialist redistribution of wealth, and you are also VERY good at CLASS WARFARE.
You and other Progressives support completely reckless and unsustainable social and economic policies that enable people to take advantage. This is part of what's wrong with socialism. It is easy to give away other people's money isn't it?
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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:09 PM
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That is all very nice that an illegal turned out to be a neurosurgeon. What you are doing is what Progressives do all the time, you cherry pick individual cases to highlight to make a point. In this point, you are defending the millions of dollars of taxpayer funds that go to illegals by saying, well they become brilliant neurosurgeons so it was a good investment. You can justify anything, and Progressives do that. The Ends justify the Means. Heard that before?
Illegal is illegal and you justify breaking our laws by illegals and then point to one guy and say, see it was a good investment. Well, what about the guy who did it all legal and waited in line? Why should an illegal jump the line, get taxpayer money, and deny others who are waiting legally?
Your sense of justice is completely skewed. But what's new? That is just the Progressive way.

Oh yes and again, CNN tries to manipulate the public by referring to him as a "migrant worker" because they know that people are mad that illegals jump the fence and take jobs, you know the ones YOU can't get. Then they just casually throw in that he "jumped the fence".

Why don't you read something too, like what Mexico does to Salvadorans who jump their fences.

I don't have to prove my character to you any more than you have to prove yours. But I see through the veneer of Progressive conditioning and I can tell a hit piece when I see one.


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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 03:46 PM
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By the way, when were you going to address the system of government run farm subsidies dating from 1922?

After all, it is government regulation of agricultural prices.

Now I suggested already on this thread that I don't support across the board farm subsidies, so don't even go there with accusing me of supporting special interests. And I also don't support government manipulation of commodity prices. Maybe you do.

Here's probably more stuff you didn't know about farm subsidies


Government intervention in food and fiber commodity markets began long ago. The classic case of farm subsidy through trade barriers is the English Corn Laws, which for centuries regulated the import and export of grain in Great Britain and Ireland. They were repealed in 1846. Modern agricultural subsidy programs in the United States began with the New Deal and the Agricultural Adjustment Act of 1933. With trade barriers already in place for agricultural commodities and everything else, this law gave the government the power to set minimum prices and included government stock acquisition, land idling, and schemes to cut supplies by destroying livestock. Land idling and livestock destruction were sometimes mandatory and sometimes induced by compensation (Benedict 1953).



Economists have criticized farm subsidies on several counts. First, farm subsidies typically transfer income from consumers and taxpayers to relatively wealthy farmland owners and farm operators. Second, they impose net losses on society, often called deadweight losses, and have no clear broad social benefit (Alston and James 2002). Third, they impede movements toward more open international trade in commodities and thus impose net costs on the global economy (Johnson 1991; Sumner 2003).



Supporters of farm subsidies have argued that such programs stabilize agricultural commodity markets, aid low-income farmers, raise unduly low returns to farm investments, aid rural development, compensate for monopoly in farm input supply and farm marketing industries, help ensure national food security, offset farm subsidies provided by other countries, and provide various other services. However, economists who have tried to substantiate any of these benefits have been unable to do so (Gardner 1992; Johnson 1991; Wright 1995).



Some subsidy programs, such as import tariffs, actually generate tax revenue for the government but also impose costs on consumers that exceed the government’s revenue gain.


www.econlib.org...

So now that we know that Big Government Statist Democrat 33rd Degree Mason FDR was in charge when the New Deal agricultural laws we use today were put in place, thus making farm subsidies available to Republican landowners, are you going to moan about the hypocrisy while promoting the breaking of our laws by illegals? Cause that sure is what it seems like to me. What I hear you saying is that it bothers you to subsidize Republican landowners, but you have no problem with entire wards in hospitals closing down due to nonpayment by undocumented people. But you won't really admit it because sometimes they turn out to be neurosurgeons.
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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 04:50 PM
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And then there's this from your very own article


Fincher and his ultra-right-wing friends in the House are furious about the fact that the worst economic crisis in 80 years has resulted in more Americans needing food stamps.


Does the term "worst economic crisis" mean anything to you? IE the President's Hope and Change isn't working out so well. "More Americans needing food stamps"

The article at best sensationalizes what he supposedly said, and replaces his actual statements with suppositions such as

is very angry that the federal government is committed to preventing poor people from starving to death:



Fincher is very angry that the federal government is committed to preventing poor people from starving to death:

www.alternet.org...
Then we are treated to this complaint(from Nanny Staters to boot who insist on government dependency. Not to mention the Progs are projecting their own class warfare onto Republicans.
Hear me NOW Wildtimes: MARXISM employs class warfare as a direct strategy to redistribute wealth. That is a fact. Let it be known I am not supporting corporate welfare or farm subsidies for wealthy people. I am just pointing out the obvious, that when they want to Progs will guilt people into welfare programs then point fingers at their opponents for using the programs they themselves set up. Remember FDR set up farm subsidies.


The reason this is even more egregious than the usual Republican class warfare is that Fincher himself is a poster boy for government dependency.


We do get to hear a bible quote though which appears to incriminate him.

Ever hear this one?
Matthew 26:11

For ye have the poor always with you; but me ye have not always.


biblehub.com...

Jesus knew that feeding the poor would give them a meal or two but would not bring spiritual salvation to his Disciples through direct contact with him.

And here is the full context of the passage


The Anointing at Bethany.* 6c Now when Jesus was in Bethany in the house of Simon the leper, 7a woman came up to him with an alabaster jar of costly perfumed oil, and poured it on his head while he was reclining at table. 8When the disciples saw this, they were indignant and said, “Why this waste? 9It could have been sold for much, and the money given to the poor.” 10Since Jesus knew this, he said to them, “Why do you make trouble for the woman? She has done a good thing for me. 11d The poor you will always have with you; but you will not always have me. 12* In pouring this perfumed oil upon my body, she did it to prepare me for burial. 13Amen, I say to you, wherever this gospel is proclaimed in the whole world, what she has done will be spoken of, in memory of her.”


Matthew, chapter 26

www.usccb.org...

Oh yes, and apparently the Progs are mad that a Republican would even suggest that people should work and not just automatically receive handouts.

Speaking of work, here's the parable of ten talents :
www.biblegateway.com...


After analysis, the entire alternet article is full of bloviating ^$#&

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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 05:16 PM
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I think the point here is that ANYONE receiving a government handout based on questionable need should probably shut their yap about others receiving the same.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 05:24 PM
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Here's the deal Wild: I knew already without even seeing this article that Progs want farm aid for Organic farmers but would vilify Republican farmowners. It's another Prog hit piece, but it shows that Progs want taxpayers to subsidize Organic farming, that is their own particular favorite special interest. I happen to like organic whole foods but I just wanted to show you the Progs own hypocrisy. They want farm aid only for their special people.


GOP Farm Bill Would Slash Funds for Hungry Americans and Organic Farmers



House Republicans are also taking aim at programs designed to help organic farmers cope with the increased costs of complying with regulations.


ok and who is infamous for unsustainable regulation? Why it's the Democrats of course.

And who is blasting the farm bill(it also has a Democrat sponsor but I guess he doesn't count as an evildoer)

why it's a group espousing Sustainability....in essence it's an Agenda 21 spouting NGO

sustainableagriculture.net...

This type of wording is always suspect for Agenda 21 environmentalism


The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) is an alliance of grassroots organizations that advocates for federal policy reform to advance the sustainability of agriculture, food systems, natural resources, and rural communities.


Here is what this group says


This is an anti-reform bill — bad for family farmers, rural communities, and the environment," said Ferd Hoefner, the Policy Director of the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition. "It will need to be reworked very substantially to gain the support of our coalition of farm and rural groups as the process moves forward.”


www.takepart.com...


Yep I was right, this group is RIGHT out of Agenda 21

sustainableagriculturecoalition.org...



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 06:56 PM
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Originally posted by KyrieEleison
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I think the point here is that ANYONE receiving a government handout based on questionable need should probably shut their yap about others receiving the same.


When Progressives give their own party the same scrutiny I'll give them credit. You apparently did not understand what groups were behind opposing the farm bill. I pointed out the group which is straight out of Agenda 21. Agenda 21 is basically a pretty name for World Communism run by the Elites.
I hate to say this, but I hear constantly on this site calls for people to "deny ignorance" and I wish that applies for willful ignorance as well. Some people have a selective ignoring of the truth.
The Democrat Party is now the defacto socialist party as everything they do promotes Big government nanny statism and Totalitarianism, that is complete centralized control and that is where they are moving. There are Progressives in the Republican party too. I've been hearing them calling to reform the Republican party to be more like Democrats, but they don't quite say it in those words but it's what it amounts to. They seem to be saying in order to compete with Democrat popularity we have to be Democrat. That's when you know that operatives of both parties are working for the same goal....that is the NWO. And Agenda 21 is part of that. The OP will see one day and I will say I told you so.
A disclosure though, I just noticed my article about the farm bill is from 2012, but this new one is rehashing of an annual bill. I saw that a similar approach to cost cutting has been employed in 2011 as well.
But you see, if we really want to go to the root of the problem it's way more systemic. I have to go back to problem/reaction/solution and the cloward/piven strategy of overloading government programs in order to bankrupt the system. I didn't make that up. If you don't believe me, Francis Fox was seen attending an Occupy Wall Street rally. We know that leftist groups primarily made up Occupy and Francis is very far left.

Here's a quote from a former classmate of Barack, and the article outlines the Obama strategy for implementing Cloward/Piven


Barack Hussein Obama is no fool. He is not incompetent. On the contrary, he is brilliant. He knows exactly what he's doing. He is purposely overwhelming the U.S. economy to create systemic failure, economic crisis and social chaos thereby destroying capitalism and our country from within. Barack Hussein Obama was my college classmate.(Columbia University, class of '83)


As Glenn Beck correctly predicted from day one, Barack Hussein Obama is following the plan of Cloward & Piven, two professors at Columbia University... they outlined a plan to socialize America by overwhelming the system with government spending and entitlement demands. - See more at: henrymakow.com...


henrymakow.com...
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posted on May, 26 2013 @ 07:49 PM
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I don't have to prove my character to you any more than you have to prove yours. But I see through the veneer of Progressive conditioning and I can tell a hit piece when I see one.

Oh.
Okay. It's 'veneer', is it?
Okay then.

We're done.
Oh, sorry, I meant, "WELL DONE!!"
It's okay, though (congress).
We'll just go with your plan.

Cool.
Got it.

I wonder, would you like to stop the snarky sniping now?
Or not?
If not, carry on. Don't expect further replies from me, then.
Just so you know.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 08:13 PM
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You and your "Agenda 21" and accusing everyone who's not 'Republican' of being "COMMUNISTS."

It's really sad.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 08:34 PM
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What you mean is you can't take criticism when you post bs op-ed hit pieces with virtually no truthful basis. I've given a pretty clear analysis of this thing, even with criticism for the farm program and still you have to throw mud at my face.
If you want a fair dialogue, why not address the farm subsidy program since the SNAP bill is attached. That would be fair wouldn't it? Here is what Huffpo, one of your fav sites says


Republican Sen. Pat Roberts of Kansas, the top Republican on the committee in the last session of Congress, criticized the higher subsidies for Southern farmers, which are essentially a lower threshold for rice and peanut subsidies to kick in.


www.huffingtonpost.com...

Were you for or against higher farm subsidies? If you are unprepared to answer to the very meat of the bill, then don't whine to me about debate skills or cooties or people being too selfish.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 08:43 PM
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Here is what Huffpo, one of your fav sites says

What?
I'm pretty sure in my tenure here I have posted maybe ONE extext to Huffington Post.
"One of my fav sites"???

Um, no. I think Huffington Post is VERY left-wing radical, and I don't pay them much attention (kind of like I pay Glenn Beck very little attention). Projection much??????

Holy cow, ThirdEye.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 08:47 PM
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Originally posted by wildtimes
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You and your "Agenda 21" and accusing everyone who's not 'Republican' of being "COMMUNISTS."

It's really sad.


I'm not accusing everyone who is not Republican of being Communist. I said that Agenda 21 is virtually communism. I'm not the only person to say this, I'm sorry to say, as much as I'd love to have the corner on the idea. I'm sorry you cannot accept truth. That Sustainability group opposed last year's farm bill. Why won't you face facts?
How can you justify making such inaccurate comments when you know that I have cited liberal Democrats on Agenda 21?
It's a Supermoon full moon lunar eclipse the last 48 hours and people's emotional temperatures are running high. Let's not get so overexcited that we say untruthful things just to fling poo at people.



posted on May, 26 2013 @ 08:50 PM
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Here is what Huffpo, one of your fav sites says

What?
I'm pretty sure in my tenure here I have posted maybe ONE extext to Huffington Post.
"One of my fav sites"???

Um, no. I think Huffington Post is VERY left-wing radical, and I don't pay them much attention (kind of like I pay Glenn Beck very little attention). Projection much??????

Holy cow, ThirdEye.



And what's not left wing about you my dear? You think AlterNet is less left wing than Huffpo? Their donors are the same people.

I decided to use Glenn Beck especially because I know how much you love the guy....


I've given you the Sustainable Agricultural Coalition's position right out of the horse's mouth down to it's very vocal(in printed word) endorsement of Obama/Biden.

Here is it again in case you missed it

sustainableagriculturecoalition.org...
If you read carefully you will find the welfare stuff embedded right into the agriculture stuff.

Ok here's where someone else uses the term communist to describe Agenda 21


However, as public awareness of the plan has grown in recent years, opposition to the whole scheme has been steadily increasing as well. Numerous states and local governments, for example, have adopted bi-partisan resolutions condemning UN Agenda 21 as a “socialist” and “communist” plot completely at odds with the U.S. Constitution, American traditions of self-government, and even fundamental liberties. That trend of resistance is accelerating.


Here's the bi-partisan support for Agenda 21

While the U.S. Senate never ratified the UN scheme, both Democrat and Republican administrations, working with state and local officials, have been busy implementing it across the United States for decades


and here is Monsanto's support for it
try and justify this one


Despite the widespread suspicion and criticism plaguing both Monsanto and the global Big Business alliance pushing the UN’s Agenda 21, the company and the coalition celebrated the move in a recent press release. According to the announcement late last month, the biotech behemoth will be rolling out a “sustainability” course for its employees all over the world. Chairman and CEO Hugh Grant will represent the GMO company as a “Council Member” in the global “sustainable development” coalition.


www.thenewamerican.com...

So that's about it now. Monsanto in bed with Sustainable Agenda 21 NGO's in bed with the Obama admin in bed with farm subsidies in bed with Cloward/Piven strategy for breaking the government and bringing in the Totalitarian global socialist/communist rulership.
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posted on May, 27 2013 @ 02:30 PM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus

So that's about it now. Monsanto in bed with Sustainable Agenda 21 NGO's in bed with the Obama admin in bed with farm subsidies in bed with Cloward/Piven strategy for breaking the government and bringing in the Totalitarian global socialist/communist rulership.
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Oh yea, your math is sound there


Just more nutjobs trying to redflag and re-route everything they possibly can to an alleged "immminent totalitarian communist global assimilation".

Honestly I don't know how you can be taken seriously. Let's see what we've learned from the crowd of communism alarmists:

Human rights = bad = communism
Social security = bad = communism
The Fed = bad = communism
Atheism = bad = communism
Abortions = bad = communism
Healthcare = bad = communism
Gays = bad = communism

I think you should probably start taking your medication before you end up downtown, screaming warnings of a bloody apocalypse and waving a cardboard sign around trying to sell toejam from a pickle jar. Get it together.



posted on May, 30 2013 @ 09:54 PM
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Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus

So that's about it now. Monsanto in bed with Sustainable Agenda 21 NGO's in bed with the Obama admin in bed with farm subsidies in bed with Cloward/Piven strategy for breaking the government and bringing in the Totalitarian global socialist/communist rulership.
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Oh yea, your math is sound there


Just more nutjobs trying to redflag and re-route everything they possibly can to an alleged "immminent totalitarian communist global assimilation".

Honestly I don't know how you can be taken seriously. Let's see what we've learned from the crowd of communism alarmists:

Human rights = bad = communism
Social security = bad = communism
The Fed = bad = communism
Atheism = bad = communism
Abortions = bad = communism
Healthcare = bad = communism
Gays = bad = communism

I think you should probably start taking your medication before you end up downtown, screaming warnings of a bloody apocalypse and waving a cardboard sign around trying to sell toejam from a pickle jar. Get it together.


You mean just like the Occupy people with their signs saying "Capitalism is Evil" and marching with the Communist Party USA and the neo-nazis and the homeless bums defecating on the sides of cop cars and having sex in tents in the park and bumming meals off the Internet? You mean like that?

So you are all for the Fed printing as much money as the government would like and then devaluing the dollar accordingly, causing inflation via a hidden tax....mkay gotcha

So you are all for denying the rights of the unborn mkay gotcha

yes the welfare state is becoming unsustainable. Are you unable to take a hint from Greece and Cyprus?

Obamacare is just tying everything all up in bigger knots than it was, yes it is unsustainable in that mode, yes it is forced and part of the Totalitarian model.

If you did even the most remote research on Agenda 21 you would see that I am correct. Even the OP hasn't yet disputed me on Monsanto riding the "sustainable development' wave even while poisoning us with their "seeds of death". Yes, the Sustainable Development NGO Monsanto has thrown in with promotes Barack and Biden. Yes, even a gay liberal Democrat can be opposed to Agenda 21 and run a website against it.
I was just talking to someone who is a Ron Paul fan who agreed with me that Agenda 21 is basically the face of Communism with a pretty new sounding name.

What are the goals of Agenda 21? 1)abolition of private property...that is seizing the land by eminent domain or getting people to agree to conservation easements in which they cannot use their own property
2)getting rid of cars and replacing with bikes and public transportation
3)attacking bourgeois property and affluence--ie no cars, no single family homes, no meat eating
3) control of land and resources, redistribution of wealth thus equalizing affluence so no one has more than any one else
4)transfer of wealth from wealthy countries to less developed ones
5)attack on families-goal is to remove children from their parents and have them live in separate quarters ala It Takes A Village...Hillary style
yep last time I checked those were all goals of communism

Let's just face facts instead of asserting that people you disagree with require medication(oh yah you are sounding a bit like Big Pharma to me)



posted on May, 30 2013 @ 10:12 PM
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Do you need some more official documents outlining the radical agenda of Cloward and Piven?

www.academia.edu...

Here it is right from the horses mouth

www.free-science.org...:clowardpiven.pdf


Second, the right to Income must be guaranteed, or


Yep that is socialist

Now, maybe you think there is nothing wrong in guaranteeing one person an income by stripping it from another. A lot of people would disagree with you I'm afraid.
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posted on May, 30 2013 @ 10:35 PM
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If you did even the most remote research on Agenda 21 you would see that I am correct. Even the OP hasn't yet disputed me on Monsanto riding the "sustainable development' wave even while poisoning us with their "seeds of death".

Um...because I gave up on having any kind of lucid discussion with you. "Seeds of Death"? REALLY??

Here's the thing: I'm tired of you saying "you Progressives", when you have NO CLUE what Progressives are really about, or what 'Progressive' stands for.

The 'most remote research on Agenda 21' has NOTHING to say about communism or socialism. You appear to be an alarmist, and deluded by the "news" sources you follow.

So......
just know:
I'm done talking to you. You seem to me to be irrational, and therefore it's a waste of my time to attempt to communicate with you..
Kindly refrain, in the future, from 'accusing' me (assuming) of "not disputing you" because of some bizarre theory you have.....
It's not worth my time.

I think you're way out of bounds. And out of touch.
But, whatever.
Just please stop attacking me.



posted on May, 30 2013 @ 10:54 PM
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I'm done talking to you. You seem to me to be irrational


You say this a lot. It is merely a dismissive attitude because you cannot force me to support your positions. I understand that, because who wants to be proven wrong. Irrational? What part of you don't get my paycheck because you want it is irrational? If some guy walks up to you on the street and says at gunpoint, give me your money, what are you going to do? Do you think this is appropriate? Would you say oh you poor thing here you deserve my money? Well the government is doing this to you and me every day. You accept it and I do not.
So you have no problem with Monsanto presenting as "sustainable" while poisoning us with GMO franken foods. I would have thought you at least would consider the obvious there, and you are calling me irrational....
When some media personality says, "children don't belong to their parents", you seem to accept this and I do not. Because you seem to agree with the Statist viewpoint and I do not. You view it as irrational to believe that children do not belong to the State....
I have you evidence that people who are against these farm bills every year are part of the Agenda 21 mechanism, and Monsanto is allied with them. I have given you evidence for all of my positions, and you have to say I must be irrational, because to do otherwise would mean that your positions are not rational.
You and I will never agree will we? And guess what, I don't want to agree with you.
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