“Congress has just passed new free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama. The Obama administration has also made “the NAFTA of the Pacific” a very high priority. Obama says that all of these new trade pacts will create more U.S. jobs. Well, either Barack Obama is completely ignorant when it comes to economics or else he is lying.”
I suspect the latter.
No, it’s not a “conspiracy theory”. I attended a 6-hour long colloquium on the topic at UMC in 2009. http://research.missouri.edu/vcr_seminar/may09.htm The phenomenon is not at all well understood, but it’s definitely real. But perhaps even more fascinating than the physics itself is the almost hysterical reaction of the mass media and mainstream scientific journals in their rejection of the very possibility that you might be able to achieve nuclear fusion without multi-million dollar tokamaks and laser implosion devices the size of a large factory. Given the concentration of media ownership and agenda these days, it certainly lends credence to the report that when Nikola Tesla reported an invention that would make electricty too cheap to meter, JP morgan pulled the plug on his research and confiscated his equipment and papers. It seems artificially-imposed scarcity has been a tool of the robber barons for a very long time.
Megabanks around the world are reeling from their customers removing their capital and closing their accounts. People are standing up worldwide in a non-participational form of civil disobedience in order to do anything possible to bring down these corrupt megabanks.
Unelected corporate-funded policy makers constitute the greatest threat to US national security.
And chances are you have a credit card with at least one of them. I know University of Missouri uses JP Morgan. Why finance your own destruction?