Instead of a worldwide War on Terror based on illusory fears we, as a society, must institute a worldwide War on Poverty (the feeding ground of social unrest and revolt) and in the process reinforce our innate desire of altruism and social cooperation versus separation and social deprivation.
The latest megalomaniacal threat from the financial globalists wants to saddle the world economy with a cost of trillions of dollars that benefits favorite corporatists. The phony global warming cult has a core purpose.
These guys are supposed to be smart and thinking. They’re not, and soon they will find themselves among the New Middle Class, replacing the dying middle class that is now living among the poor in America
Goldman again got off scot-free. On August 9, the Justice Department dropped criminal fraud charges. Evidence the equivalent of enough firepower to sink a carrier battle group was buried and forgotten. More on what happened below.
Economic/financial systems dependent on wars and predation eventually self-destruct. Western capitalism is no exception.
Money power runs things. War profiteering is policy. Ordinary people have no say. Exploiting them for profit is prioritized. Divisions between rich and poor grow. By some measures they’re unprecedented.
Behind the smoke and mirrors of a corrupt financial system are the vampires of Wall Street ~ the unregulated Derivative Traders whose feeding frenzy continues unabated and all backed up by the federal Reserve.
China’s re-emergence as a world economic power raises important questions about what we can learn from its previous rise and fall and about the external and internal threats confronting this emerging economic superpower for the immediate future.
Founded in 1882, the Bank of Cattaraugus (B of C) exception proves the rule. Located in Western New York, it’s miles from Wall Street’s cesspool of fraud, market manipulation, grand theft, bailouts, and influence peddling in league with corrupt politicians getting generous campaign contribution bribes in return.
While the U.S. housing market continues to suffer, faint signs of life are being seen in certain segments of the rental market. This makes sense once you consider that many Americans either cannot afford to purchase a home, or remain wary of further price declines in the overall market.
Economists are slowly getting up to speed on their downward revisions for both global and U.S. economic growth for 2011 and 2012. While U.S. corporate earniings remain strong, they will continue to soften in 2012 due to the recessions in Europe and Japan.
The next step in the Occupy Wall Street movement, after establishing its presence and credibility, is to fully expose the enemy, the global financial elite, as well as their ongoing global financial demolition plans which will eventually lead to a New World Order ~ unless the people reclaim their power as they did in Iceland.