Bush, Blair found guilty of war crimes in Malaysia tribunal

“The five panel tribunal unanimously decided that Bush and Blair committed genocide and crimes against peace and humanity when they invaded Iraq in 2003 in blatant violation of international law.  The judges ruled that war against Iraq by both the former heads of states was a flagrant abuse of law, act of aggression which amounted to a mass murder of the Iraqi people.  In their verdict, the judges said that the United States, under the leadership of Bush, forged documents to claim that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction.”


Incidentally, it was also mass murder against thousands of young american soldiers.  But apparently that’s just fine with the american people, who are too busy watching football to pay attention to such complicated issues.

ACLU: Senate to Vote on Imprisoning Americans Without Trial

“The Senate is going to vote on whether Congress will give this president—and every future president — the power to order the military to pick up and imprison without charge or trial civilians anywhere in the world. … The power is so broad that even U.S. citizens could be swept up by the military and the military could be used far from any battlefield, even within the United States itself.

“The worldwide indefinite detention without charge or trial provision is in S. 1867, the National Defense Authorization Act bill, which will be on the Senate floor on Monday. The bill was drafted in secret by Sens. Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and John McCain (R-Ariz.) and passed in a closed-door committee meeting, without even a single hearing.”


The lying scum are going for broke.  The subversives, traitors and foreign agents who have infiltrated the government, who carried out 9/11 and now wrap themselves in the flag and masquerade as our protectors, intend to stampede the sheep who are still in denial into giving up the last pretense of constitutional law and civil rights in this country.

And still we’re waiting for the prozactivist left and the ridiculous right to admit they’ve been had.  Yes the government really is that corrupt.   Time to get over your cowardice and start pointing out the emperor’s clothes, for the sake of the children who are going to have to put up with the mess left by the so-called adults in this country.   They don’t deserve the crap that’s being dumped on their heads.  They deserve to know the truth.  Are you going to start speaking it, or continue denying that the primary target in the so-called war on terror is the constitution itself?

If this country falls to the heirs to the nazi movement, there will be no place to hide.  Get off your lazy butt and get involved before it’s too late.  Your fear is their only weapon.

The Roads To War And Economic Collapse

“The day before the Thanksgiving holiday brought three extraordinary news items. One was the report on the Republican presidential campaign debate. One was the Russian President’s statement about his country’s response to Washington’s missile bases surrounding his country. And one was the failure of a German government bond auction….

“Obama had convinced the electorate that he would end the wars, stop the violation of law by the US government, end the regime of illegal torture, close the torture prison of Guantanamo, and attend to the real needs of the American people rather than stuff the pockets of the military/security complex with taxpayers’ money.

Once in office, Obama renewed and extended the Bush/Cheney/neoconservative wars.  He validated the Bush regime’s assaults on the US Constitution. He left Wall Street in charge of US economic policy, he absolved the Bush regime of its crimes, and he assigned to the American people the financial cost necessary to preserve the economic welfare of the mega-rich.”


(I certainly don’t agree that Ron Paul is the best candiate, he subscribes to the “austrian school” where we must all pay through the nose for the gambling addictions and fraudulent money systems of wall street.   I think Kucinich would be an excellent president until he got shot by a lone gunman or killed in a mysterious airline crash)

The Fundamental Problem: Debt-based Currency

Disclaimer: I’m not an economist.  I’m sure the following omits significant issues, especially regarding obscure topics like net present value and yield curves.  Yet I think the basic premise is sound.  People who know better are welcome to contact me on or off the show.

That being said, it seems to me the mathematics is simple.  When the printing of a dollar creates a dollar of debt plus interest, dollars must continually be printed in order to accommodate the future interest payments.  For a steady-state PHYSICAL (not financial/credit/derivative) economy:

dM/dt = I * M

where M=”dollars” (real or electronic) in circulation and I=the interest rates prevailing at the time those dollars were issued.   Of course in the real world M and I are both complex functions involving weighted averages of those quantities over time.  But let’s stick with this simple approximation for the sake of argument.

So what’s wrong with this picture?  When I is positive, this is an equation for exponential growth.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exponential_growth .  In other words, all other things being equal, debt-based currency is a recipe for exponential rates of inflation!   Increasing interest rates to control inflation would only kick the can some distance down the road, in accordance with the maturity of the loans and bonds issued at the time.

Obviously this would a major problem for the private central bank fraudsters that think they own the universe.  Those excess dollars must be destroyed or taken out of circulation in some way, or the physical economy denominated in those dollar must expand in territory, in order to control inflation.   Deliberately causing deflation, which the fed did in the 1930’s, (which caused the great depression), and again in the present era (with the help of the clinton and bush administrations, which set up the middle class with unpayable mortages and framed them as deadbeats while exporting their jobs abroad), would address the former issue, and globalization would address the latter, but war is an excellent solution on both fronts, with the added benefit that war forces governments to borrow heavily against their central banks.  With their otherworldly wealth, and partnering with the military industrial complex and associated national-security types, the owners of the world would have no difficulty pushing through the political agendas needed for continual war.   And if the central banks straddling the respective warring countries are owned by the same pools of old wealth, it’s a win-win situation regardless of which country prevails.

At least that’s my theory.  The problem its it’s so simple I have to wonder why I haven’t heard it elsewhere.  Maybe I’m totally clueless ?

Or maybe it’s time for the real national security types, who actually care about this country and its original promise of freedom, to ask some hard questions of themselves.  They could start by researching Lincoln’s debt-free greenbacks, probably the real reason he was assassinated.  Also see the links at the bottom of the reference section.

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