It is being estimated that the United States will incur another $1.1 trillion budget deficit in 2012. As our country is bankrupt, this cannot be considered a good thing, and remember we have already made drastic cuts. If there is anyone out there who has not seen film footage from the 1920s Weimar Republic in Germany, you might better take a look. And if you think it cannot happen here, I for one would like to know why.
Quantitative easing is nothing new. It was indeed this same system that led to the devaluation of the German mark to the point that when a basket of them was found, the paper money was dumped and the basket was taken. Think about that.
The old footage from Germany shows famine easily on a par with that witnessed in Africa. Again, if you do not think this can happen in the United States, you had better think again.
We grow a lot of food, and that is a fact; but it is also a fact that that food is owned by other countries that have purchased it on the international market three years prior to its production. Imagine yourself starving as the government Gestapo points guns at you in guarding shipments of US produced food bound for export to other countries.
QE3 is already in the works and there is widespread talk of an overnight reduction of the value of the dollar by 40%.
It is indeed unsettling in how we are following the recipe for disaster that led to the suffering under the Weimar Republic, but then that is the way of the Illuminati. They have been using the same systems over and over again for hundreds of years to create wars, financial collapse, famine, and genocide.
The legislations we have been seeing put into place are verbatim par for the course. (Patriot Act, National Defense Authorization Act/Indefinite Detention, Enemy Expatriation Act, SOPA, PIPA, and ACTA) The internationals have never brought these draconian systems into a country where they did not use them to overthrow the government and enslave the people.
At present we are seeing these dirt bags ceasing in trying to operate in the sly. When they come out like this, full blown martial law is not far behind. Anyone who is not stockpiling food, arms, and ammunition is acting foolhardily. It has reached the point that we either face the reality and prepare for the inevitable or suffer the consequences for our lack of diligence.
Pray for peace and vote for Ron Paul, but don’t be naïve. The police state is real and coming to town near you soon.
God bless this Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.
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Mitt Romney is proclaiming himself the savior of the middle class. One problem: there is no more middle class in America!
Romney: ‘I’m not concerned about the very poor’
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said Wednesday that he’s “not concerned about the very poor” because they have an “ample safety net” and he’s focused instead on relieving the suffering of middle-class people hit hard by the bad economy.
In comments likely to become fodder for his critics, Romney emphasized, “You can focus on the very poor, that’s not my focus.”
He brought up the subject of the poor in a CNN interview marking his big win in Florida’s GOP primary Tuesday night, a major step toward becoming the party’s challenger to President Barack Obama in the fall. A multi-millionaire former venture capitalist, Romney has been criticized by Democrats and his Republican rivals alike for earlier remarks seen as insensitive, such as saying “I like being able to fire people” and declaring that he knew what it was like to worry about being “pink-slipped” out of a job.
“I’m not concerned about the very poor.” he said Wednesday. “We have a safety net there. If it needs repair, I’ll fix it. I’m not concerned about the very rich. They’re doing just fine. I’m concerned about the very heart of America, the 90-95 percent of Americans who right now are struggling.”
Asked whether his comment about the poor might come across as odd to some, Romney reiterated.
“We will hear from the Democrat party the plight of the poor and there’s no question, it’s not good being poor, and we have a safety net to help those that are very poor,” Romney said, adding that he’s more worried about the unemployed, people living on Social Security and those struggling to send their kids to college.
“We have a very ample safety net and we can talk about whether it needs to be strengthened or whether there are holes in it. But we have food stamps, we have Medicaid, we have housing vouchers, we have programs to help the poor,” Romney said. “But the middle-income Americans, they’re the folks that are really struggling right now.”
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