Wednesday, April 08, 2009

In looking at the current state of our political and financial institutions, this Dilbert says it all as both are broken and nothing of substance is being done about it as we slowly move toward the abyss. While OBama waxes eloquently about the role of America in the world, we, the taxpayers, are being systematically screwed by the Fed, the bankster owned cartel protected by government that is ripping us off while our president tells us we need more credit to flow into the system in order to keep money in circulation. (Money as Debt) As stated in previous posts, if any other industry (or nature for that matter) operated in this fashion, said industry (or nature) would cease to exist because you need something to create something, a fact not consistent with how money is generated in this country under the auspices of the Federal Reserve.

This commentary is not a diatribe based on emotion (maybe a little, :) ) but rather commentary based on research contained in the BRT blog. (Type in The Fed in Search to see why.)

At the same time we see our politicians ignore us while humping for money to get reelected, the net never ceases to amaze me with the sheer amount of creativity and innovation shown by people all over the world. Everyday, something that was science fiction the day before becomes science fact today, available for all to see and be taken advantage of in developing new technologies that can change earth for the better. The net is the connect for the world, a resource that must remain free if we are to succeed as a species.

Facts which at first seem improbable will, even on scant explanation, drop the cloak which has hidden them and stand forth in naked and simple beauty.
Galileo Galilei
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