What would it take for Russia to be #1?
Posted 23 March 2006 - 08:16 PM
We may see a revival of nationalism that has been struggling to survive media oppression in western Europe.
If the international banksters feel they are loosing their grip that will mean another world war - thrashings will continue until moral picks up.
Posted 24 March 2006 - 08:18 PM
Originally posted by Bader
comes from authorities 'elected' by the people.
comes from authoritative people not elected by the people and these are increasing.
aggression comes from alien laws and regulation originating from the UN and the IMF.
aggression comes from what money buys for people like Soros and Woolsey.
aggression comes from among people because they are becoming fregmented by aggression.
aggression comes from immigrants who demand what they never experienced where they came from.
aggression is what is going on a in a melting pot.
These are the great statements and as long people don
Posted 25 March 2006 - 01:38 AM
Most thinking of people is from the global point of view which means they have been conditioned to think towards a world govt to rule and bring world peace and social justice.
The fact is the larger the planning the least it actually pleases people because the planning is theoretical as to what is right for people. It is always furtherest away from the grass roots and therefore the bureaucrats are foreign to them.
People are happiest when they are part of the decision making for their own society, then they 'own' the decisions and will live with them and look after them.
Torquez: 47 years of soviet occupation-
Who financed the October revolution and set in train what you have come to despise?
Posted 25 March 2006 - 10:06 PM
In the past , our enemies have to grab land to get duty. Today is different more efficient method .
. The invaders only have to force on the victims, an investment. This investment, of course is not for things which people need it, or money which people can use for needed stuff but only the market places with foreign goods or military. Also they can get alcohol without limitation.
Invaded countries are not allowed to reject the military products, it would be not
Posted 29 March 2006 - 07:33 AM
Soros 'predicted' what his bosses were about to do.
Posted 29 March 2006 - 04:54 PM
Still they are existing in Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Estonia ,Georgia, Litwa and Estonia. Moldavia Poland, Rumunia South Africa, UK, USA. Ukraine and Peru . Soros helped Al Gore and Mrs Albricht . Soros managed appoint Balcerowicz in Poland with help of Gieremek.
Soros tried to get to Brazilian government .
In result, countries have hipper inflation like Republic Weimer republic 1923 year.
Posted 31 March 2006 - 04:59 PM
Improve life conditions demands the majority Polish citizens, but it is ignored.
Soon PiS governing Poland painfully learn that people doesn
Posted 31 March 2006 - 05:25 PM
Posted 01 April 2006 - 10:35 PM
In April today is celebration of death of the pope Pawel II. Accompanied the music of Zygmunt Konieczny.
Person is changed everything else stays unmoved.
Panta rei and stays in one and the same point.
Posted 02 April 2006 - 09:21 AM
Money controls the media, politics and academia so all sourses of information are controlled and no one bucks the system unless they want to be down the road from big rewards.
Same old game being played everywhere.
The Swiss model of small govt, strong local cictzens control has a lot to offer, PLUS there must be also national control of the creation and cancellation of the national money supply, this in such a way that the govt cant comntrol it for their own power ends as the private international bankers do now. The economy has to be as democratic as the politics. Money is after all just a technical expedience to expedite ones choices.
The first form of 'govt' is money control as it controls everything else. It pulls the strings over the law makers, not the people as a democracy should. Both have to be subject to the people.
A system can be designed to make it so. The current one was designed so as it is now.
"First is to eliminate Congress"
A republic isnt necessarily a democracy, rather it may just be a dictatorship without tyrany as is commonly known.
Posted 03 April 2006 - 02:42 PM
English Henry VIII, tyrant and , despot of the past, looks today as the great patriot because removed England from pope power and grabbed catholic church money he uses to buid the greatness of English navy.
I wonder if Jan Calvin is not also the father of Swiss Economic success.
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