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The US Is An Enron Economy

Allow me to tell you why the US is going to break up – Balkanize – into separate states/regions.

1. You can not run a civilization or a society on an Enron Economy – and the USA is an Enron Economy.

2. An Enron Economy is build on sucking the life force out of everything it touches leaving it for dead.

3. Those who run or are involved IN the Enron Economy can not stop or change its trajectory, even if you punish and send those in charge to prison – it will find others to replace them. An Enron Economy is always doomed to fail, it lives and strives for failure.

4. You can not change the system from inside, it is completely and utterly corrupt, rotten to the core. You must bury it in a concrete silo and start over. If you do not, those within its purview and anyone it touches must become a slave to maintain it.

So like the mafia, which is basically what an Enron Economy is, you will always have a kingpin(s) and that is anti-democracy; as is in the end, unregulated capitalism.

The modern human being needs seven things to survive:
Clean Food and Water
Health Care
Productive Purposeful Work

There is no reason to compete any longer for resources – just work to maintain, clean up the current mess and make the world a better place to live.

Finally, a little perspective: You are on a big rock hurling through space with no particular place to go, and the universe is indifferent to your needs – stop worshiping a book – get along, at least don’t go out of your way to hurt another, build a fence if you have to.


The Two Latest Enron Economy Kingpins


Can’t keep doing this shit
The Poison Beneath Us
Terror Drones
War Is A Racket
Blog That!
Why The US Empire Must End


(updated from the original for grammar, spelling errors, tags)

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The Six Mistakes

Six Mistakes Mankind Keeps Making Century After Century:
1. Believing that personal gain is made by crushing others.
2. Worrying about things that cannot be changed or corrected.
3. Insisting that a thing is impossible because we cannot accomplish it.
4. Refusing to set aside trivial preferences.
5. Neglecting development and refinement of the mind.
6. Attempting to compel others to believe and live as we do.
— Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC – 43BC)

freedom is participation in power

Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

each segment is roughly 11 min.
fortunately, Mr. Jones allows her to do most of the talking

Save Iceland Save the World

Wiki Icesave



there are 14 segment, each is only few minutes, the link is to the You Tube complete playlist


Say No To The Banks


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