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My Own Thinking

My Own Thinking

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My Own Thinking on Issues
We all have to contemplate about topics pertaining to life and how to be better humanbeings. I like to write controversial information to make myself and others think.Sometimes, a person evolves in his or her thinking as time moves in his or life. I’m a purerepresentation or example of that, especially when it comes into economic issues.
Myevolution of thinking as it relates to economic issues went into a higher level in late2009
. Even before 2009, I’ve had some economic populist viewpoints like I’ve opposeddebt-filled processes of the Federal Reserve Bank and I’ve opposed the nefarious tradedeals of NAFTA & GATT. Yet, I still embraced some of the dogma from the Austrianschool. This changed when I’ve started to subsequently researched alternative views onfinancial issues. In late 2009, I was at a barbershop. An older man there said that his healthcare costs were massively increasing being expensive. I’ve had my health system then myhealth care prices started to increase.
The older man legitimately desired health carereform in order to stabilize the out of control costs and numerous problems with thestatus quo.
This event dawned upon me the urgent need to preserve our safety net inAmerica. Barack Obama passed his health care reform bill. ).
In my personal opinion, thisnew health care law will have mixed results. Some parts of the law are fine (like youcan‘t discriminate against patients with pre existing conditions), but the new law isn’t
 
 
perfect as many laws aren’t
.
Dr. Martin Luther king Jr. in a speech to the MedicalCommittee for Human Rights from 1966 said that:“…Of all the forms of inequality,injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane…” The truth is that thereare greedy private entities have hijacked the health care system for decades. Theydesire charge an arm and a leg (even the savings of the American people)
The healthcare paradigm on the right side promotes the deception that if you support the governmentto finance the cost of health care in an universal health care system, then you want thegovernment to act as a Nazi system (and control health care in any fashion via a top downaction. Even single payer advocates don‘t support that action). Others in the health careparadigm from the left believe that anyone who opposes governmental total control of health care itself automatically opposes universal health insurance (even though somesingle-payer advocates would oppose the former and
support 
the latter). The governmentshouldn’t run health care in a dictatorial fashion. Although, under the phony, Austrian "freemarket" alone alternative, that lets over privileged insurance and pharmaceuticaloligopolies
price-gouge
everyone intobankruptcy. You have a more indirect form of population reduction -- with millions of people dying prematurely due to health care costshaving been artificially driven out of their reach. This is why a singer payer system is tabooeven among some Democrats. The health care law has been exposed by independentprogressives and independent conservatives as being financially aided by the Big Insurancecompanies. The law lacks a public option. So, this new health care law has good parts anderrors. True health care reforms should continue forth though. Later, I’ve looked at researchfrom Revolt426 and geolibertarian. Their works were displayed prominently in the Internet.
Their views gravitated toward my interest since it was beyond the typical Left/RightParadigm spin on economics (or political matters). Obviously, the monetarist cartel-capitalist system doesn’t work to alleviate economic inequality. Also, this inequalitycan’t be solved by so-called “color-blind policies” since you have to address class, race,and other components in the world to solve socio-economic problems.
Many deceptivepeople claim that people like us haven‘t criticized the Bush administration before.That‘s a lie since we conspiracy fact researchers exposed the Bush/Cheney regimemuch more than Barack Obama. This was done in a strong fashion. George W.Bush even said in Washington D.C. from August 5, 2004 that:
“Our enemies areinnovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways toharm our country and our people, and neither do we.”
I wrote hundreds of pieces of prose disagreeing with the President George W. Bush completely since the early21
st
century (even before the Iraq War).The Patriot community have done anunparalleled, excellent job in exposing the Bush administration.
The facts that they(or Revolt426 and geoliberatarian) have presented were real, tangible, and independent.Learning about economic populists like Ellen Brown and Bill Still lead me into a betterroad. Economic problems like financial inequality are real. Luxembourg, Denmark, the UK,and the Netherlands have a higher annual wage rate than the United States of America. Thisproves that multinational corporations have no mandate whatsoever to enact whateveraction that they wish. Very strongly disagreeing with the concept of derivatives is oneeconomic premise of mines as well. This “free trade” rhetoric that globalists like DavidRockefeller subscribe to isn’t free nor fair. That system is about a few international
 
 
corporations using in some cases governmental power to influence global trade in anauthoritarian fashion (above and beyond sometimes legitimate trade among countries).Now, I fully embrace the tenets of the general welfare of the people, labor freedom,economic populism, election reform, and other liberty based concepts.
Like others havesaid,
human beings should not be subservient to the state
, but the state should servethe interests of the people.
I’m still pro-Nationalism, Pro-Second Amendment, Pro-CivilLiberties, Pro-9/11 Truth, Pro-Religious Liberty, and pro-Life. I don’t agree withimperialism. Yet, I will never deplete my concern for the poor or the environment. Not tomention I will expose the new world order. The new world order is real. Quotes (plus otherforms of documentation) definitely prove that some elitists desire the new world order orglobal government. This refutes the lie made by MSNBC, Chris Matthews, the SPLC, theADL, and others that no such agenda exists. Here are some of such quotes:
 We shall have world government whether or not you like it, by conquestor consent."
-Statement by Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)member James Warburg to The Senate Foreign Relations Committee onFebruary 17th,l950
 "The Council on Foreign Relations is "the establishment." Not only does it haveinfluence and power in key decision-making positions at the highest levels of government to apply pressure from above, but it also announces and usesindividuals and groups to bring pressure from below, to justify the high leveldecisions for converting the U.S. from a sovereign Constitutional Republic intoa servile member state of a one-world dictatorship."
-Former Congressman John Rarick 1971
 "The New World Order will have to be built from the bottom up rather than fromthe top down...but in the end run around national sovereignty, eroding it pieceby piece will accomplish much more than the old fashioned frontal assault."-
CFR member Richard Gardner, writing in the April l974 issue of the CFR'sjournal, Foreign Affairs.
 "In the next century, nations as we know it will be obsolete; all states willrecognize a single, global authority. National sovereignty wasn't such a greatidea after all."
-Strobe Talbot, President Clinton's Deputy Secretary of State, as quoted in Time, July 20th, l992.
 

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