< HOME  Saturday, November 05, 2005

"Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world."

An important and classic quote from Archimedes.

Please, consider these observations about some of the issues that many Americans spend most of their time discussing (wasting) today.


Roe v. Wade is a colossal national distraction.

The issue matters primarily to poor mothers and poor mothers have more trouble with money than they ever had with someone telling them whether or not to have an abortion. In fact, many would not have one if not for their poverty.


There will always be racist bigots among us. Trying to eliminate them by law is useless.

The only thing that matters is that those racist bigots don't have the power to control the rest of us. In other words, demand economic justice and they wont be rolling in the dough because they're allowed to constantly pull at our purse strings.


The greedy, by nature, don't care about anyone but themselves. While the rest of us, by nature, do.

The disabled have nothing to offer the greedy, but to us they are our sisters, our brothers, our sons and daughters and our mothers and our fathers; they enrich our lives with their laughter and love. If we had more disposable income we wouldn't need jack shit from those greedy assholes; we could take care of our own!

The trick is dismantling the system that syphons from the working class to give to the rich.


If we had more money to pay for our families' basic needs we would not be compelled to work so many God damn hours because we would have the economic freedom to 'just say no.' Then, we would not need our government to force employers to accommodate our needs. The market would force them.


Have you ever heard of a Michael Bloomberg or George Dubya getting strip-searched? Only the poor get strip-searched. First, they rob us of our wealth; then they can they rob us of our dignity.


Ditto. Wealthy immigrants come and go as they please. In fact, today they own much of America.

Let's call it what it is, a policy against poor immigrants because they, more often than not, skirt the illegitimate taxation system and give them (bankers) nothing in return for that privilege.


Don't waste your time trying to pick bad fruit from an evil tree--DEMAND ECONOMIC JUSTICE--pull the evil tree out by its roots!

Unite and demand an end to interest bearing government debts. THEY ARE ENTIRELY UNNECESSARY!

Please visit The Money Myth Exploded and learn how money is supposed to work!

Sovereign nations do not need to borrow money from bankers. They can simply issue money interest free by the authority vested in them by their people. They use the same economic indices that the Feds use now to determine how much money to print, only they do it minus the interest!

Government expenses go down-->taxes go down-->more wealth/power for the people!

We can command our own respect and all these other issues become less urgent because we have the power to make our voices heard and respected.


At Saturday, November 05, 2005, Blogger Lizzy said...

Welcome to the Blogsphere! I see you have a great voice.

At Friday, November 11, 2005, Blogger spirited said...

Well, I really agree with a lot of this. However, I tend to think that not everyone gets an abortion just because they are poor. I do not think it is a waste of time to talk about and defend a woman's "right" (social obligation) to choose when and with whom to have a child. Even rich women get abortions and this issue should not have been included in this analogy. Please, let's not oversimplify other important issues for the sake of getting one point across.

At Friday, November 11, 2005, Blogger qrswave said...

Spirited, I agree that the choice to terminate a pregnancy should be a woman's. The issue should be a non-starter. The government should not be involved one way or another. It is a personal choice.

But, the government IS responsible for making sure that money is accessible to ALL people in society so that the women who wants to have her baby CAN make that choice.

Once the fundamental problem of money is solved, the people will be too powerful for the government to force their own value judgments upon us.

At Thursday, October 09, 2008, Blogger Don said...

The strangest thing about the 'Debt Money' conversation is that I am struggling to find many/make that any voices supporting the need for government s to borrow money from international bankers. Can anyone point me to that information on the web??


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