September 28, 2011 | ISSUE 47•39
WASHINGTON—With the United States facing a daunting array of problems at home and abroad, leading historians courteously reminded the nation Thursday that when making tough choices, it never hurts to stop a moment, take a look at similar situations from the past, and then think about whether the decisions people made back then were good or bad.
The number of people living in poverty in the U.S. last year surged more than it has in half a century. For decades, the PTB have been reorganizing society, especially American society, in a way that relentlessly reduces prosperity.
Why would a handful of wealthy central banking families want to
impoverish the US and render its citizens penniless? Because world government is on the way and the American culture is still resistant to the kind of hyper-regulatory corporatism that is necessary to support this kind of governance.
Okay, so I am a big fan of Star Trek. In Star Trek, there is something called the Prime Directive which is the doctrine of non-interventionalism. The Federation cannot interfere with developing worlds until they become warp capable and even then if they reject the Federation then they will leave them alone. Point being, imagine if the Neo-Cons were in charge of the Federation... wait that was in the mirror universe :D. Anyways, it gets me so mad when they misconstrue Paul's statements.
Ron Paul Interview:
Listen and Learn...
I just saw this linked from Tom Woods:
Here's a survey I found today that is quite revealing.