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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwon View Post
    and it makes me wonder where the queen bee is, and when the fumigator will start cleaning up the mess.
    Bernie Sanders?[/QUOTE]
    I wish it were that simple coolwon. It's a tangled web. Escaping to Mars and establishing a new world there, rules and all, is the way out. Mayflower II, new constitutional framework. Hope springs eternal.

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    Ted Cruz is no libertarian... Goldman Sachs...has more common ground with Hillary...
    -Ron Paul


    Ron Paul: Ted Cruz is no libertarian - POLITICO

    If we listened to reason and not be a slave to our fears, we must select a president who earnestly seeks solutions, than one who creates new problems. The legacy of Vietnam, the abandonment and betrayal of Afghanistan after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Ramboic invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq, the clandestine undoing of Libya, and the cultivation of seeds of anarchy in Syria, are legacies brought about by a succession of ineptness and malice at the Oval Office. This sense of resignation and disappointment of citizens, is why Trump succeeds in being popular, because there is more trust in his promises to find real solutions, than in "tried and tested" people who have assumed the office in the mold of our electoral process. Even if Trump gets elected, he will find running his businesses easier than being heard in the cacophony of a reactive state of governance. It does not bode well for the future. A democracy so disjointed cannot be a ray of hope for liberty. If democracy has only this to offer, would unbridled tyranny not be too far away?

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    [QUOTE=yerrag;219944]Ted Cruz is no libertarian... Goldman Sachs...has more common ground with Hillary...
    -Ron Paul


    Ron Paul: Ted Cruz is no libertarian - POLITICO

    If we listened to reason and not be a slave to our fears, we must select a president who earnestly seeks solutions, than one who creates new problems. The legacy of Vietnam, the abandonment and betrayal of Afghanistan after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Ramboic invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq, the clandestine undoing of Libya, and the cultivation of seeds of anarchy in Syria, are legacies brought about by a succession of ineptness and malice at the Oval Office. This sense of resignation and disappointment of citizens, is why Trump succeeds in being popular, because there is more trust in his promises to find real solutions, than in "tried and tested" people who have assumed the office in the mold of our electoral process. Even if Trump gets elected, he will find running his businesses easier than being heard in the cacophony of a reactive state of governance. It does not bode well for the future. A democracy so disjointed cannot be a ray of hope for liberty. If democracy has only this to offer, would unbridled tyranny not be too far away?[/QUOTE

    You dont have to worry US is just doing fine with average income of 44k compared to yours of 2.7k
    Their money boys are doing great as well by raising rates. They depressed values of currencies as well as industries.
    They can now buy up at a great discount. Far better than military intervention. China has the money but most purchases have to be approved by government and few will approve the chinese takeover
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    Averages are a distortion Eugene. Can we see the income distribution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yerrag View Post
    Averages are a distortion Eugene. Can we see the income distribution
    Mark
    Due to my eye condition my computer time is very limited. So how about Imelda Marcos
    Regards
    Eugene
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    The trend is important Eugene. We have no way to go but up. What is the trend in the US? Bernie Sanders got it right? Poor people get thrown in jail for infractions, and bank CEOs involved in larger economic crimes never get booked. The cronyism in the US is just as bad as in Marcos' heyday. That is behind us. The US is infected with it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yerrag View Post
    The trend is important Eugene. We have no way to go but up. What is the trend in the US? Bernie Sanders got it right? Poor people get thrown in jail for infractions, and bank CEOs involved in larger economic crimes never get booked. The cronyism in the US is just as bad as in Marcos' heyday. That is behind us. The US is infected with it now.
    The fact is that it is not our business. However as a Canadian I have the right to object President Obama blatantly cancelling the XL pipeline violating NAFTA treaties. Simply to bow to the climate change pretext and then allow oil to be shipped by Buffets rail holdings. Hope he gets nailed with the 12Billion lawsuit by Trans Canada Pipe.
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    When mercantilists find it more troublesome, less popular, and ultimately less profitable to be a colonialist, they turn to manipulating and controlling currency flows, and ultimately the expansion of trade that favors them. Losing the war with Vietnam, but managing to eke out victory by robbing the world in reneging on the dollar's erstwhile inviolability, unmooring it from gold. The need to change the rules in its favor came about as the country overspent in its disaster in Vietnam, and its descent in manufacturing competitiveness against Japan and Germany, the vanquished in the previous war. And China was just a hinterland then.

    The country lost manufacturing completely, save with semiconductors, with China's rebirth. It still has silicon valley technology, agriculture exports, pharma drugs, biotech GMO, processed food, higher- education diploma mills, planes and advanced weaponry to push to the world, albeit on a losing balance of trade with the world.

    Of these industries, only Silicon Valley tech and commercial planes stand to be the only expressions of unadultered free enterprise. The rest are propped up by a combination of subsidies, collusion, lies masquerading as science, high-level corruption, and unjust laws, meant to sustain an economy of problem creation and problem pallatives, offering a net zero, to kindly put it, of economic value creation.

    The fact is the weaponry we buy from all the military weapons contractors are always over budget, always flawed- there is nothing close to 6sigma in quality - a telltale sign of corruption, as there is no incentive to be better, with dirty money being the key to a design win. This is pre-Deming quality that equates to GM quality when no Toyotas nor Hondas were here to compete. The agriculture products-processed food-GMO-pharma drug- sprawling hospital- health insurance zombie complex is the worst case of "make busy" ever created in mankind's history. But this is the new construct of the US economy, feeding on the gullibility of the masses, with mainstream propaganda and the marginalization of better alternatives.

    The US population is the test market for this flawed economy, it has worked and flourished above all expectations, and the rollout to the world is next. With the help of cohorts, bright (brainwashed) foreign scholars from its esteemed universities, as its salesmen, it will be a rousing success.

    Why colonize? Embrace freedom. Make more countries.

    Yes, Eugene. It is NOT our business.


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    Quote Originally Posted by yerrag View Post
    When mercantilists find it more troublesome, less popular, and ultimately less profitable to be a colonialist, they turn to manipulating and controlling currency flows, and ultimately the expansion of trade that favors them. Losing the war with Vietnam, but managing to eke out victory by robbing the world in reneging on the dollar's erstwhile inviolability, unmooring it from gold. The need to change the rules in its favor came about as the country overspent in its disaster in Vietnam, and its descent in manufacturing competitiveness against Japan and Germany, the vanquished in the previous war. And China was just a hinterland then.

    The country lost manufacturing completely, save with semiconductors, with China's rebirth. It still has silicon valley technology, agriculture exports, pharma drugs, biotech GMO, processed food, higher- education diploma mills, planes and advanced weaponry to push to the world, albeit on a losing balance of trade with the world.

    Of these industries, only Silicon Valley tech and commercial planes stand to be the only expressions of unadultered free enterprise. The rest are propped up by a combination of subsidies, collusion, lies masquerading as science, high-level corruption, and unjust laws, meant to sustain an economy of problem creation and problem pallatives, offering a net zero, to kindly put it, of economic value creation.

    The fact is the weaponry we buy from all the military weapons contractors are always over budget, always flawed- there is nothing close to 6sigma in quality - a telltale sign of corruption, as there is no incentive to be better, with dirty money being the key to a design win. This is pre-Deming quality that equates to GM quality when no Toyotas nor Hondas were here to compete. The agriculture products-processed food-GMO-pharma drug- sprawling hospital- health insurance zombie complex is the worst case of "make busy" ever created in mankind's history. But this is the new construct of the US economy, feeding on the gullibility of the masses, with mainstream propaganda and the marginalization of better alternatives.

    The US population is the test market for this flawed economy, it has worked and flourished above all expectations, and the rollout to the world is next. With the help of cohorts, bright (brainwashed) foreign scholars from its esteemed universities, as its salesmen, it will be a rousing success.

    Why colonize? Embrace freedom. Make more countries.

    Yes, Eugene. It is NOT our business.


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    Smart aleck and kibitzer.

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