Thursday, March 31, 2011


If the law states that the President of the United States requires the approval of Congress before going to war then what are we doing in Libya ?? It's OK if the U.N. says so ?? The American people could care less ... bomb anyone you like in our name just don't cut off our cable TV ...

Also there is radiation in the milk supply & in 15 states & will soon be traveling up the food chain via fish from the ocean .. good thing I eat neither .. tho veggies & fruit are not going to be safe either ... time to head for the hills & start growing your own food .. like I have been saying for years ...

There is not enough info about the workers at the Japan nuclear reactors which are in meltdown mode ... how soon before they are turning up dead ?? ... & why did Japan not release radiation figures for weeks after the tsunami ?? What I am saying is .. if things are as benign as they say they are & we have nothing to worry about then why the blackout on information ?? Why is it necessary to conceal anything if all is well like they say it is ?? What are they hiding ?? If someone tells you they have nothing to hide but all the while keeps one hand behind their back ... do you trust them ?? One consideration to note ... what would happen to already fragile world financial markets if it were announced that much radiation poisoning was occurring all over the world ??

The following is from an article on Huffington Post by Ben Affleck (WTF ?? Is there anything that dude DOESN'T do ?? ) A pattern one might note about this blog is the fact that I am of the opinion that people are intentionally going to be starved to death ... This is due to the population problem which is a very real issue ... see previous blog/video where Bill Gates (yes, THAT Bill Gates) admits to vaccines playing a role in the reduction of populations ...

According to the USDA, an estimated 50 million Americans are food insecure, including nearly 17 million children. It is morally reprehensible that millions of people in our own backyards and every Congressional district across this great nation of agriculture abundance struggle with not having enough to eat.

What is often overlooked amidst this tragedy is that almost half of the food insecure have incomes above the typical threshold for SNAP, formerly called food stamps, and one in three food insecure households have income above the threshold for most government nutrition programs, including free and reduced price school meals. The only option for the millions of people facing this situation is to rely on charitable assistance, such as that provided by food banks.

What is also interesting to note is that in America we actually throw away enough food everyday to feed the entire world. Anyone who has ever worked in a restaurant will know what I am talking about ....

According to Robert Reich former Secretary of Labor Professor at Berkeley & Author, Aftershock: 'The Next Economy and America's Future' .... we're heading for a double dip recession ...

"consumer confidence is plummeting. It's weaker today on average than at the lowest point of the Great Recession.

The Reuters/University of Michigan survey shows a 10 point decline in March -- the tenth largest drop on record. Part of that drop is attributable to rising fuel and food prices."

192,000 jobs were reported to have been added in february but those numbers all always fudged ...

Remember, 125,000 new jobs are necessary just to keep up with a growing number of Americans eligible for employment. And the nation has lost so many jobs over the last three years that even at a rate of 200,000 a month we wouldn't get back to 6 percent unemployment until 2016.

But isn't the economy growing again -- by an estimated 2.5 to 2.9 percent this year? Yes, but that's even less than peanuts. The deeper the economic hole, the faster the growth needed to get back on track. By this point in the so-called recovery we'd expect growth of 4 to 6 percent.

Consider that back in 1934, when it was emerging from the deepest hole of the Great Depression, the economy grew 7.7 percent. The next year it grew over 8 percent. In 1936 it grew a whopping 14.1 percent.

Add two other ominous signs: Real hourly wages continue to fall, and housing prices continue to drop. Hourly wages are falling because with unemployment so high, most people have no bargaining power and will take whatever they can get. Housing is dropping because of the ever-larger number of homes people have walked away from because they can't pay their mortgages. But because homes the biggest asset most Americans own, as home prices drop most Americans feel even poorer.

So why aren't we getting the truth about the economy? For one thing, Wall Street is buoyant -- and most financial news you hear comes from the Street. Wall Street profits soared to $426.5 billion last quarter, according to the Commerce Department.

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