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The Terrifying Future of The United States



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Reason to be hopeful for the future!

I admit that I didn't watch this at all. I read the introductions to the interviews on www.kingworldnews.com every day after work so I am inundated with information on the state of the world and the impending economic collapse, the loss of world reserve currency status of the dollar and the potential for a hyperinflationary depression.

On the other hand the pro individual freedom movement continues to make progress with so many informative entities which didn't exist decades ago. CATO and the Ludwig von Mises Institute and Reason and Advocates for Self Government and www.cafehayek.com and www.fff.org and www.atlassociety.com not to mention Ayn Rand's books continue to enlighten.

Now we have the movement on college campuses with Young Americans for Liberty and Students For Liberty growing all over the world though still in an embryonic stage.

I do hope that readers and advocates of Ron Paul have come to grasp the distinction between the concepts of "potential" and "actual."

We all know that our current crop of leftist, statist politicians share the audacity of Morsi who was elected after the Brotherhood took over the revolution against the Mubarak dictatorship and couldn't wait to establish his own version of a theocratic tyranny. Hitler was also elected you know.

Curious how the Morsi supporters complain that the ouster of Morsi is a blow against democracy!

Now we have "president" Obama flouting the Constitution which did not originate with him admittedly. So did all the politicians who abdicated their responsibility to only pass constitutional laws.

At least they are being asked where in the Constitution they find the authority to do what they do.

When I was told the basics of Ayn Rand's philosophy of Objectivism my reaction was to say, "How come its not front page headline in the New York Times?"

Through reading Ayn Rand's works and The Objectivist Newsletter I came across Ludwig von Mises' works which is the breakthrough in the science of economics. So the antidote is known, just not yet to enough people. But the numbers are growing.

Take heart!

No Man's need constitutes an obligation on the part of another man to fulfill that need.

Even if the info is real...

I cant stand the intense build up of music and fast speaking.

I can learn the truth without it making it so intense.

'Peace is a powerful message.' Ron Paul

Yuri Benzmenov

told G Edward Griffin in an interview back in the 80's that one of the stages of conquering a nation was "demoralization".

Though nicely produced, this video is definitely supporting the confirmation bias that many in the liberty movement have.

Sure, it appears "informative", but it is also certainly demoralizing.

Makes one wonder.

"If this mischievous financial policy [greenbacks], which has its origin in North America, should become endurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without debts. It will hav

This is like watching your house burn down

in the middle of the desert with no water, when the flames have already engulfed the house.

There will only be hope to end this when the slaves who are controlling the slaves wake up. That's not likely.

The only thing that I hope and pray for is that this whole plan backfires on the PTB. That in their zeal to wipe out 90% of the population that they end up wiping themselves out.

“Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves.”― Henry David Thoreau