Ooccasionally, I tune into the news. Usually on NPR because they are leftists and within a half an hour in the morning, I can get a read on what the globalist, one world government crowd is cooking up. Now, they pose themselves as unbiased but that is about as truthful as Obama’s campaign promises and blaming Bush for his 63% increase in the national debt in his first term alone. Oh yes, the media sure can spin a story:
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Anyway, I had NPR on this morning. Two reports caught my ear and my angst. In the first one, the “expert” woman prattled on about the unemployment numbers and mentioned that it was too early to factor in the sequestration impact at this point in time. Sequestration impact? Oh please, provide a shovel with your reports.
Obviously this “expert” has managed to avoid looking at the national debt these days. It is fast approaching $16.8 Trillion or $53,164 per man, woman and child or $148,036 per taxpayer. Now in more simple terms that means that each one of us could be taxed at 100% of our incomes (It is over half at present BTW when all taxes, including the hidden ones, are factored in.) and still NOT pay off the national debt. And this genius thinks that sequestration is going to have an impact that hurts us.
First of all, where does the money to pay government employees come from? The obvious answer of course is taxes which includes the hidden tax of inflation when the politicians avoid direct taxation and go to the Federal Reserve well of endless fiat money through government bond purchases. Yeah, that counts too when prices of food, fuel and other essentials rise in response to money not backed by actual production in the marketplace.[title color=”color-default” align=”scmgccenter” font=”verdana” style=”normal” size=”scmgc-1em”]Sequestration Impact on Government Spending[/title]
Additionally, the miniscule impact of this sequestration on government (2.39% of total government spending ) will do little to slow our massive and rapidly increasing debt bubble. You think this piddling amount will have an impact. Stick around for the inevitable debt bubble pop and then report to us about that. Sequestration will be like a bubble in a glass of soda then.
Abandonment Anxiety? Huh!
Next up we had the “military expert” who described our withdrawal from Afghanistan as producing “abandonment anxiety” for the Afghanistan people. Uh. abandonment anxiety? Excuse me, but have you noticed the anxiety of the officially recognized 12.3 million Americans who are out of work which is actually more like 23 million when you factor in those who have dropped out of the labor force.
Guess what would happen if the billions that were being spent on war were shifted into our economy? Think that might have an uplifting impact?
Naaaah….this dude was concerned about the anxiety of Islamic foreign citizens. Ours? Who gives a flying you know what? Let ‘em pay. There are more important concerns like military industrial complex profits and Federal Reserve debt generation to be concerned with.
Oh, and yeah, those poor Afghans too! They get anxious when they have to handle their own nation ya know. Abandonment anxiety is a terrible affliction after all. Requires money from productive U.S. citizens to cure of course.
If I was a young person in this country, I would be more concerned with the abandonment of my future to a nation that has sold its soul to the devil through complacency. If our youth do not become politically active and wake up soon, they will almost certainly NOT be living the lifestyle of the rich and famous. Instead, they will be left wondering how they are going to survive in the chaos that surrounds them and raise children of their own.
My suggestion to every citizen, especially our youth, wake up soon and begin planning ahead or be lost in space. This government and its so-called leaders are aiming towards the tyranny of the State not the home of the free. You will not like the results. You can take that to the bank. ‘Cept don’t use Federal Reserve Notes when you do. They are becoming more worthless by the day.