Sunday, May 16, 2010

Is this a "bailout" . . . or an "abandon ship?"

It's bad enough that we bail out U.S. private institutions such as banks and automobile companies while padding the economy with fake solutions like "cash for clunkers" and the like. However, we are now treading into dangerous territory with money being funneled into the International Monetary Fund to help prop up foreign economies and banks! California is going bankrupt, New York and Michigan aren't that far behind, and unemployment is steadily getting worse (10.2% in Florida for example). Now BOTH our schools and the military are becoming inadequately funded. We're scrapping the space program. And if all of this were not bad enough, there is a concerted effort to downgrade our civil liberties as outlined in the United States Constitution. David Rockefeller is correct . . . we are indeed only one major crisis away from instituting a New World Order. The only question is - which one will it be? Will it be financial meltdown, terrorist attack (legitimate or false flag), an epidemic, or a new war? Pick your poison it seems to me. Anyway, here are some interesting videos regarding the potential for disaster that we face.

1 comment:

  1. The Fiat patent fraud. About the Fiat hybrids: the technology double clutch with electric motor between has been stolen by a patent that Fiat Company has never wanted to purchase, but only shamelessly to copy. This hybrid solution will be the basic technology with Chrysler's electric and hybrid car program. Please give a look in my blog where the "vitality" and boldness of the Fiat planners it appears in all of evidence:
    If the industries can afford unpunished to copy the ideas and defending it need very expensive trial, to which target need the patents? How to defend the rights of private inventors? How our young people can find intellectual courage if the economic potentates crush the rights of the single ones? Whoever is about to ask for a patent or wants to propose a proper patent to a big firm I suggest to give a look to my experience with the Fiat, to get able to operate with better adroitness. Thanks and good time to everybody. Ulisse Di Bartolomei (Not spam! Please don’t stop this comment)