The Pundits Outline the Gang That Has Run the USA for 40 Years
Duly elected and approved by the US public, the high officials undertook policies to conquer the Red Menace and to establish the US Empire in Asia. When times were good, nobody minded much that we headed in the direction of dictatorship.
Making a laundry list of societal and governmental ills and misdeeds is a good start, but the real task at hand is how to take back the country.
Ethically and morally the nation has been going downhill since we ceased being a Republic in 1950. [When school children pledge allegiance, do they understand the words "to the Republic for which it stands" as spoken?]
Our citizens embody this decline in every way. Through corrupted educational, governmental and media institutions they have swallowed every bad idea from history.
Have you actually listened to our elected and appointed leaders lately? They are moral ciphers who consider us childish morons.
The Pundits Ignore Nuclear Proliferation Threats
President Obama showed real courage in his willingness to negotiate with Iran. He is giving the Iranians a real chance to back down from their aggressive nuclear stance.
The Clinton and Bush Administrations had given in to Pakistan's pressure to have a nuclear arsenal. [We all know the disaster that promises to be.]
Turkey and Saudi Arabia have asserted. If Ahmadlnejad has a bomb, they want nukes to counter Iran's threats to the region. Additionally, four other nations [including Egypt] may join the nuclear club.
Instead of discussing the potential nightmare of ten nuclear powers in the volatile Middle East, the pundits take cheap shots at the President and his Jewish advisor.
President Obama knows the situation in the Middle East. It's a pity that so few of his countrymen can grasp real politics.
Sibel Edmonds warned us of the unholy alliance of the US, Turkey, and Israel seven years ago. She documented the sale of US nuclear secrets, drug trafficking, money laundering and domestic spying. The US gagged her. [Watch her courageous documentary "Kill the Messenger" on Google.]
Malthus, Marx and Hedges Underestimate Capitalism
Malthus, Marx and Hedges underestimate the productivity of the capitalist system. Centuries ago men thought that population growth would overcome limited resources. Marx believed the impoverished working class would overthrow the Robber Barons.
It never happened. If we adopt green technologies now and in the future, it won't happen.