Monday, June 18, 2012

It's a mystery, governments need more (MUCH more) of your money


The Prince of Wales has warned of the "catastrophic" consequences of ... inaction on issues such as climate change, at a UN sustainability conference in Rio Brazil.

"Like a sleepwalker, we seem unable to wake up to the fact that so many of the catastrophic consequences of carrying on with 'business-as-usual' are bearing down on us faster than we think, already dragging many millions more people into poverty and dangerously weakening global food, water and energy security for the future," he said. More here:

"Like sleepwalkers."

Uh-huh, and by "business as usual," are you referring to governments around the world out-of-control borrowing and spending?  Are you speaking of the printing of money (out of thin air) which is eroding the people's currency and stealing their freedom?  Stealing their freedom by continuing to spend money you have borrowed on their behalf?  Thereby forcing them into paying for longer periods in order to pay off their debt? 

In fact, they will have to pay so long that they will NEVER be able to pay the debt (unless you take more ... much more ... of their paycheck,) isn't that right?  And so their children and grandchildren will have to pay the debt ... and the children and grandchildren will have gotten NOTHING in return, isn't that right?  

Speaking of getting something in return for the debt, what did WE (the US) get?  Massive redistribution donations of our money to your contributor buddies "green" companies?  Seriously, what are we getting?  And don't tell me "social security and medicare" ... that is already paid for by stealing 15% of our paychecks.  And don't tell me the employer pays half, you idiot.

No, the genius "prince" isn't referring to actual problems, instead he's still trying to convince people about "global warming."  Remember, it is through health, safety, or the environment that the government steals your money and freedom.  The government MUST have money so they can wield power by providing jobs and grants (government contracts) to their buddies.  

Ever notice?  It isn't enough for the government to stick to its actual reasons for existing, i.e. the enumerated powers in the constitution.  No, instead they are focused on the best way to take your money and have you squeal the least.  And the way they do it is to silence your dissent.

And what is the best way to silence you?  Their method is to have other people shout you down and call you stupid.  And that seemed to work, for a while.  I'd say they found out about this method in the early 1960's.
  
But more and more people are waking up now.  

They've noticed the government never shrinks ... ever.  it only grows and grows.  And while it grows it needs more reasons to grow ... so it makes up reasons ... and you end up with squiggly light bulbs in your house ... and when one of these bulbs breaks, it's a major undertaking (IF you follow the rules set by the government.)  Think I'm kidding?  Here's the EPA's OWN PAGE and the first few light-bulb cleanup rules they have -- and keep in mind, this is BEFORE cleanup.

Before Cleanup

  • Have people and pets leave the room.
  • Air out the room for 5-10 minutes by opening a window or door to the outdoor environment. 
  • Shut off the central forced air heating/air-conditioning system, if you have one.
  • Collect materials needed to clean up broken bulb: 
    • stiff paper or cardboard;
    • sticky tape;
    • damp paper towels or disposable wet wipes (for hard surfaces); and
    • a glass jar with a metal lid or a sealable plastic bag.

HA HA, "like a sleepwalker" indeed.  Yes, this is great.  We need MORE government, don't you agree?  Baaaaaa - bleat.

Again I draw your attention to the fact that these idiots can't do anything on their own.  If these light bulbs were so damn great they'd be able to sell them through word of mouth alone ... but they aren't, and they can't.  So what is their solution?  They FORCE EVERYONE to buy them and outlaw the old ones ... taking a little bit more of your freedom and money.  In this case a LOT more of your money (ever see the price of those bulbs?)

What else does the government do this with ... I mean, besides your car, your employer, and almost everything in your house (toilets, appliances, etc.)  Surely though this is for our own good, right?  It makes things cheaper for me, right?  No?  Then, let me ask this ... we're solving global warming with all this crap, right?

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