American Poverty, What the Brits Don’t Understand
Panorama Special on American Poverty A Delusional Tale
by Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Last week, the BBC news show, Panorama, supposedly told the story of America’s poor.
Moments of the story were right, they certainly picked one or two of those responsible for America’s economic collapse out, although not a single cogent idea was expressed on the show.
Panorama simply doesn’t get it.
They aren’t slow witted, they are simply more of the same, controlled news, taking the focus from the magician and putting it on the pigeon.
Eight years of deregulation led to the removal of nearly $3 qua-trillion in assets from the United States, Great Britain and Europe, money looted from the world economies by the the actions of financial institutions under the control of a highly recognized group that Panorama is terrified to use.
Too many of the names have the ethnicity that the BBC is prohibited to mention, that, in fact, produced the show itself, we hear little bit continual blaming of President Obama.
If you have read this far and not watched the video, please note the embarrassing statement made by Ron Paul where even he betrays America. We only hope he is lying.
“Ron, we are trying to support you, you don’t have to look like a criminal to win America, just the “conservatives.” There aren’t that many of them, they don’t have sex, not the normal kind anyway.”
Not one word of twelve years of war is made and the trillions of dollars that has “gone missing” from the Pentagon budget, years of creative accounting has never found it.
It was stolen by the 1% who gave congress a generous “taste” and then hired the Heritage Foundation to make sure than excuses were made. We thank the BBC for using clips showing the Heritage Foundation to be a pack of blood-sucking whores.
We must print the address of their headquarters and, perhaps some of their slimiest and most servile reptilians, just in case mass hysteria sets in and there has to be a focus.
We don’t advocate violence even though the Heritage Foundation and other groups in Washington have no idea to what degree they are playing with fire.
He Speaketh the Word – Bushisms
The basis for suffering in America is simple. America was taken over by organized crime, the Bush administration, who looted the country, devalued real estate, collapsed banking, looted pension funds, destroyed one industry after another for eight years while running up a massive debt.
This was the task they were given, the downfall of America, the destruction of her future and the collapse of western economies.
I think they did a pretty good job.
Paying the interest on the Bush debt is why we have deficits now. Without Bush debt, America would be in the black.
Our economic collapse than has and will continue is a cascading failure based on debt run up during the Reagan and two Bush presidencies and three years of America under President Obama being unable to pay the massive interest.
Now over $1 trillion dollars a year, interest on Republican debt, America spends, in addition to “servicing Bush debt,” $.5 trillion on Bush wars each year.
There are things we don’t see. We could talk about how the government got into the drug business in America.
For the beginning of the story, you could look into the life of my friend Mike Ruppert, former Los Angeles Police Detective who found the CIA selling cocaine on the streets of his city.
Were I allowed to without being prosecuted, something that happens more and more each day, I might have a story. Instead, I will simply make something up. If you choose to believe it, go ahead. Whatever it is, it has to be more truthful than television news.
Look up the word “clandestine.” Imagine, if you will, working for such an organization, a “golden boy,” combat veteran, the right schools, on a “fast track” to a desk and “fat behind” in Washington DC.
Once upon a time there was a squad…
With a penchant for engineering and telecommunications and broad knowledge of much of the world, that and a charismatic personality that leads others to follow you, no matter how wrong or utterly stupid the thing you do might be, rank and promotion might just fly at you like two by fours in a hurricane.
Were you a secretly cynical Vietnam combat veteran, one who had nearly starved while others basked in war as though it were Club Med, something that has gotten worse, rather than better, one might take the paycheck, travel, perform unspoken tasks as so many have before in the “great game” and watch.
You see two things, some move up and some be “set up.” Alphabet soup organizations, as they are called, love feeding on their own.
We are talking the past here, the delusions of someone feeling age today. I still remember the first time I met a celebrity in my office, a famous head of a Colombian cartel. Nobody warned me but he informed me that he was now helping America defeat communism.
From there on, I began seeing money in trash bags, the big ones you use to put leaves in or cover furniture.
Then managing civilian pilots, often with criminal records, became the norm, that and testing tracking transmitters for “dropped parcels.” Helping develop such technologies for conventional military and intelligence applications became a bit of a career. These weren’t “conventional” applications and everything was always “unspoken.”
Nobody explains this, not the way they should. It is critical that people have a rough idea what the huge worldwide intelligence infrastructure actually is, to what degree it is driven to produce needed wrong answers and how it makes use of some of the finest people in the world and changes them in very unpleasant ways.
I could show you things, but you still couldn’t see them
Typical operations involved the transportation and distribution of things I was told to never ask about. Every briefing was lies, 100%.
We were fighting communism and it was our job to eliminate “infrastructure.” When “infrastructure” is eliminated, it usually means “depersonalization.”
When you get “depersonalized,” you are no longer a problem unless your body is left out in public. That is seldom but occasionally done when a message is needed.
Who does one “depersonalize?”
That requires us naming individuals as in “material support of terrorism” as we do now or as “communist sympathizers,” the term we used for decades. We are expanding it more to “enemy combatants,” “suspected combatants,” “potential sources of information on possible combatant suspects…..”
You see where this is going.
I could issue a kill order on your granny, oops, have her brought in for enhanced interrogation and, when she died of drowning or being dragged down a gravel road behind a Hhumvee, we would throw her into a burn pit.
If you don’t think this is exactly what we do every day while the newspapers and television whines about Marines urinating on the dead, go ask your kids who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan, especially if they were there as “contractors.”
A bit ago, I made mention of drugs. The British, nearly 200 years ago, used opium as a way of destroying Chinese society. Mike Ruppert and his informants which include senior CIA, DEA and FBI agents by the dozen can give you slam dunk proof that the CIA has been peddling drugs to your kids for decades.
The Opium Wars
You can’t turn on your TV without seeing how our courts and police have been “influenced” by the billions in drug money.Afghanistan was chosen by the CIA in order to be able to fund operations without congressional oversight through use of narcotics profits.
Production overseen by the CIA will total, at “wholesale,” up to $100 billion this year.
Why did they let foreign corporate money into our elections?
In order to protect themselves, key members of congress were cut in, then three presidents that I can name, national leaders of a dozen other countries, a portion of the Pentagon.
And eventually, through intercession of the Supreme Court, drug money is openly used to finance all American elections though I think there was a school board primary in Iowa a couple of years ago where one candidate gave back his drug donation.
Minimally 1/3rd of our oil industry, arms industry and “investments” are owned by money originating from narcotics profits.
One of our largest defense firms, whose management includes a former US president, British prime minister, a former Secretary of Defense and others of similar stature was begun by the Colombian drug cartels.
The biggest launderer of drug money is the defense industry.
Speaking of drug money launderers, with $75 billion in untaxed offshore accounts, Mitt Romney seems to need a larger car:
The “hedge funds” that own them and have very strong positions in the energy sector are drug cartels, some CIA run, some CIA partnered and others independent, operating on an informal and unwritten “memorandum of understanding” that they will be free to import narcotics into the United States and around the world virtually untouched.
In fact, the narcotics industry has far more real competition than the energy sector. In 1975, the wholesale cost of a kilogram of 80% cocaine “brick” was $25,000. Gasoline was less than a dollar a gallon.
Today, the same “brick” is $4000 while the gasoline is, in the United States, $4.00.
The drop in the retail price of heroin has even been more drastic due to improvements in that agricultural sector made by the USAID and efficiency modeling in distribution through the privatization of this sector of the CIA’s operations.
I wonder what will happen to this seized opium
Ask your kids if my pricing is accurate. Any kid over 7 will know what narcotics cost. Ask them the cost of each, which drugs are available at their school and to keep an eye on market trends.
This should be factored into decisions regarding your investment portfolio. Just hope the SEC doesn’t get your kids for “insider trading.”
You can see what I am avoiding. I am trying not to talk about the film.
I add to the trillions stolen in banking, oh wait, let’s take a second to discuss something else.
Remember “Acorn” and the mortgage scandals, not really scandals since they were wild conspiracy theories out of Fox News, but you remember it at least.
Mortgages, how evil Negroes and Mexicans, all unemployed, bought huge homes across the country, Palm Beach, Gross Pointe, Bel Aire, Beverly Hills, Telluride and Aspen a frames, those good views of Central Park and then never made the payments.
This is what collapsed the American economy… so Hannity and Beck would tell you.
Of course, back in the real world, the last property I remember picking up, there was a concern about getting a mortgage. I ended up writing a check for it.
Kids just went through the same thing. They just bought their first home, $50,000 down, both with jobs paying $100k or more, MBA, CPA and a war…buying a home in the $200k range outside Detroit.
This is more real life.
When banks wanted people into homes they couldn’t pay for, they had something in mind. What we have learned is that the money banks lent out for mortgages was never theirs in the first place.
Banks caught with their pants down
We have worked with legal groups that have tracked foreclosed mortgages down.
You see, the mortgage industry has gone to the attorney generals of all 50 states asking that “they” be able to submit forged documents during foreclosure hearings. The reason?
Your bank or whoever is foreclosing on a property, we have learned, doesn’t own the property nor does it have “legal standing” regarding the mortgage loan.
In most foreclosures, a forensic audit of mortgage documents has been shown that it is impossible to prove 80% of mortgages issued in the last 20 years in the United States even exist.
Technically, with the right filings, no foreclosure can take place because in 80% of foreclosures, there is no legal documentation that gives any entity “standing” to say “they owe us money” or “we own the house, read it here and check the signature.”
Back during the Reagan era, Savings and Loans were driven out of business because government deregulation allowed them to loan money on worthless property and then write off the losses, which invariably involved money stolen from the institutions by those who made the loan decisions themselves.
One case in point involves a “Neil Bush” with Columbia Savings and Loan in Colorado.
Working with the conservators at the time, I remember when attorney Carrie Kramlich wrote the US attorney and said that “Neil Bush,” after “careful review of transactions” was “involved in numerous cases of mail and wire fraud and other crimes.”
What the BBC misses is the anger. Britain is a racist and unjust society. Two of my good friends are foreign born British citizens who love Britain but quietly suffer, despite advanced positions of culture and authority, as somewhat less than human to many.
Here, the scam, some of which the BBC catches, is the dream of the would-be “conservative.”
Their history of accomplishment has been lowered standard of living, drowning debt, deindustrialization, massive bureaucracy, diminished individual rights, undo foreign influence in domestic affairs and, in fact, utter failure at every turn.
What they have created, though no accident, is Stalin’s gulag hell, an America of prison camps, of ”party oligarchs” and purges, of the kicked down door and Pravda’s daily part line. America has become the communist hell two generations thought they had sacrificed their souls to prevent, sold and packaged like soap.
As America looks back on the “war on terror,” it becomes increasingly hard to take seriously. The Muslims involved in the democratic revolts, despite attempts by American Neocons to portray them all as Al Qaeda terrorists, are identical to the kids in the streets of every American city or even Tel Aviv.
“Did you hear a big bang?” – “No, did you?”
The war on terror was a total scam, from 9/11 onward.
For those who work in intelligence or similar areas, after 10 years, when someone talks about 9/11, bin Laden and the box cutters, we simply turn away shaking our heads.
For a decade, testimony, science and intelligence few have seen has put 9/11 where we knew it to be, a staged event.
Some of those responsible, intelligence officers of allies, have apologized for working with the Bush administration to kill so many, not knowing the offshoot would be global financial collapse as well.
I only ask, “What were they thinking when they blew the buildings up in the first place?”
How can the “best and brightest” also be the stupidest but folks with common sense have known this all along. 9/11 was just a “chessboard” event of the elites, thinking they could create and control history with a bit of “collateral damage.”
When you see the hungry children and empty homes, we Americans see them every day of our lives, those of us who leave our homes anyway, do you also see the faces of those who have always turned away? This is the frightening duality of America, the idea of building an economy on thievery and deceit and selling it as “hard work” and “family values.”
Judge a man by his friends – Sheldon Adelson for Newt
The BBC misses the anger. When Gingrich talks about having children clean toilets he doesn’t know that millions would drag him from the stage and rip him limb from limb. He lives in a world that divorced from reality.
The people living under the bridges, in the tents, the ghetto motel rooms with the starving children do have jobs, the only jobs left in America.
Not sure how many people are aware but large companies, many run by conservatives, one of the largest run by a former neighbor, hires all its employees from “services.”
Many companies technically have no employees. Their workers have no benefits, no insurance for sure. In fact, their total wages are often less than health insurance alone.
If they become unemployed, even after years of work, or are injured on the job, they have no benefits as they don’t officially exist. This is one of America’s scam industries, “employment services,” to whom every worker is not an employee but rather a “day laborer.”
Reminds me of Africa, kids waiting to work a 16 hour day for the money to buy a pound of dried beans.
Usually, by the end of the day, the find they aren’t paid at all or less than they imagined. America is catching on quickly.
What has become important for the media is to quell the anger and indignation at the fact that many are homeless and starving while those who have the most have what they have because of crime.
Once upon a time – Some had already gone through all fo this
Moreover, it is specificallybecause of the criminal activities of those who still have so much that those who have nothing are where they are.
Control is a funny thing. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t, ask the French. Though the US rebelled against Britain, it was the people of France who asked for just payment for centuries of abuse.
Even today, only 11% of French attend church.
The French remember betrayal, the policy of Rome that starvation and slavery was the fate Christ intended for all his faithful.
Now the same story is being sold in America.
In Paris, an Egyptian obelisk at the Place de la Concorde sits at the site of the guillotine that separated so many heads from so many bodies, how France chose to deal with their “1%.”
None equate this period with tragedy, only with the “omelet.”
A lesson worth bringing across the Atlantic.
Editing: Jim W. Dean
Comments for “American Poverty, What the Brits Don’t Understand”AnthonyH
February 16, 2012 – 5:45 pm
I’ve been reading your posts for several months now; you’re all over the map; and seem to be genuine. I guess it’s time to join the fray.
My focus is redress of grievances.
I started about forty years ago and eventually offered an alternative to the Federal Reserve (a gold-based banking service) and operated it for twenty-eight years until the IRS and DoJ destroyed it 2004.
My concern here is that we all need to know what to do.
What you aim at, I believe, is to correct wrong, to make world-class bandits accountable. Historically, this process is known as ‘redress of grievances’, the substance of the American Revolution.
The answer to your question is: you must learn and employ lessons of redress – as in First-Amendment redress. This includes a) investigation and prosecution of those accused of grievances; b) raising capital to finance such investigations, to compensate everyone involved in the investigation until recovery of booty stolen by accused (with trillions missing from SSA, DoD, HUD et cetera, there should be plenty to recover); c) providing protection for victims, witnesses and investigators; and d) any other related activity. All of these are rights and powers available to us by the First-Amendment redress.
All these are needed right now by members and readers of Veterans Today – and a few dozen other groups.
But, who knows it? There is hardly a judge, lawyer or professor who can provide this information. If there are any, I think I can safely say they acquired most or part of their knowledge from my book, The Lost Right, edition 3.5. (http://redressone.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/the-right-of-revolution/)
If you are inclined in this direction, you have three options:
One: endure four hundred years and oceans of blood while you and millions of others attempt to re-invent the law and procedures of redress… as the English endured from the Magna Carta to their revolution of 1620-50;
Two: study forty to sixty thousand pages of original histories – and endure one or two oceans of blood… as I have done, or:
Three: study and employ findings presented in my book. It is a manual designed to carry you from start to a fully functional American revolution (which is little more than a redress of accumulated grievances; and grievances are perpetual; thus, for civilized men, there will be no end to redress of grievances). The book includes a history, the law and technology of redress… all derived from facts of history and my experience. It also details distinctions between a Bolshevik (which strengthens tyranny) and an American (which advances liberty) revolution. Without this knowledge you might as well resign yourself to being suckered into a Bolshevik revolution. (http://redressone.wordpress.com/2012/02/13/is-occupy-wall-street-a-bolshevik-or-an-american-revolution/)
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February 16, 2012 – 11:45 pm
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February 16, 2012 – 8:35 pm
Christ, the self importance, name dropping and pictures (milking) have gotten worse. Do a story on Armitage, securing riverine and deltas in Nam so that heroin and opium shipments didn’t get compromised. You can throw in more pictures of yourself and put them right next to UDT men for full effect. You know, more Bush, Kissinger, Iron Triangle stuff? Hell throw in Bo G. from the berets, he knows more about it that any of you guys. Or is he crazy Ron Paul stuff? Funny how you keep questioning him. Doth does protest too mu…..
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Jim W. Dean
February 17, 2012 – 6:18 am
Dirt, There is a writing genre known as writing about stuff you know, either as a participant or observer.
There is another called the autobiography. And then there is one called commentary. Google them up sometime and you will get a whole bunch of stuff…more than you want maybe.
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February 16, 2012 – 9:00 pm
The cultural shift to using your home as investment collateral was the trigger needed to make use of the repeal of regulations and other devices that would have otherwise had no effect without the people signing documents and going to obtain loans in the first place. It was the lubrication to the mess we are in now.
People tell others of how much homes are worth without realizing that the ultimate worth is how much you receive in hand for it – and until you have that money in hand assuredly your house is worth a big fat ZERO without a bonafide purchaser. Appraisal is nothing but another word for how much you have to pay in rent… err, I mean property taxes… before they come and take your completely paid-for land anyhow. North Dakota is the only state that got it right. The real utility of a house is…to live in it. SURPRISE! If you are smart, you will also purchase a house with the idea in mind that you may want to sell it one day. Realize, right now there are empty houses without anyone living in them. Houses in prime suburban markets have been on the market for years and still won’t sell. People cut prices drastically, but after 10 years+ of living somewhere, selling it at a loss is a difficult wound to bear. Especially if you need the money.
It’s obvious there is a social caste in America, but it’s not clearly defined because only certain factions have spoken about it without a mainstream media endorsement and because it is based on information disparity. For instance, I grew up in an “upper middle class” suburban town. I never once saw a military recruiter, my friends and everyone around me were taught that wars were foolish (and old people sent young to die in them)… yet some people turned out to be hawks anyway, willing to do just that. And me, I saw my first college recruiter when I was in law school living in a lower income area my first year. I felt a righteous indignation and got excited, and basically gave him a mouthful about how pissed off I was that I had never been approached by him, feeling also the ironic duality of knowing that I would not feel patriotic fighting in a war over policies I was taught to disagree with. This is just the truth as I felt it, I hope I do not rumble sensitivities here. I honor patriotism and I think what our Veterans have done is far and above any form of criticism we render at the policies underlying their heroic efforts. The anger is over how politicians use good intentions and seduce good people to achieve horrifically evil ends.
The key to breaking this is a cultural shift to knowledge being power, pragmatism being favored (the dissolution of extremist politics that are based on absolutist behavior), and the facilitation of the above via reducing Hollywood and Media influence by “cooler” trends. Rupert Murdoch was schvitzing over the iPad. Siri wasn’t just bought. It was made by an angel investor before being bought. This happened to Pixar as well. And Siri means something. Ask Siri to search the web for “Red Pope” – boom.
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February 16, 2012 – 9:02 pm
correction: ‘war hawks willing to do just that (send young kids to war as armchair generals)’
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February 17, 2012 – 9:11 am
Rahnameh, I believe you mentioned you live in Ct, and if you went to law school at Yale, you ought to know those ghettos in NH, if you lived in one, are largely reverse Potemkin Villages for the Dr. Mengeles of social engineering at Yale to play in. As for political power, let’s hope that someday it’s based on the Roman and Christian sense of virture, and anything but utilitarian knowledge, which has become more of a weapon in subjugating society than a cure of its ills.
Is science extremist in your view? because it does maintains the absolute truth that the speed of light is greater than that of sound, as one example. The truth is always absolute, by the way, and by definition. But, it appears you’re indirectly promoting moral relativism, so I should ask you, as a lawyer, if two contradictory moral systems exist, how would you determine which one is true, making the other false by definition.
As for pragmatism, you really cannot mean you support it relative to ethics and morals, unless of course you’d argue that the truth is “what works,” as, for example, being an emasculo-feminist Marxist plotting the overthrow of Western Civilization works for tenure in the social science departments at most American universities, or being a Marxist worked for the Bolsheviks who brought a workers “paradise” to Russia by exterminating over 60 million of those workers. Otherwise, I enjoy reading your comments.
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February 17, 2012 – 10:21 am
It’s funny you should mention homes being bought with no one to live in them. I live in a small Western town and the real-estate market in foreclosures is booming. Guess what? All these houses sell and NO ONE MOVES IN!
In my neighborhood alone, I can count six houses that have sold in the last year with NO OCCUPANTS still, up to a year later.
Are these bought by ETF real-estate funds? Dispensationalists looking for a place to run when the SHTF? I don’t know.
Strange times indeed.
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February 17, 2012 – 9:36 am
Once again Gordon tells it like it is and speaks for us ordinary folk.
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February 17, 2012 – 4:33 pm
Politicians using good intentions to send youngsters to war? Tell me more about these good intentions, please. When my rep to Congress proudly fills out his website with his “accomplishments”, we find that means listing all the military support/acquisition bills he signed with puffed chest….the little pimple knows how to suck up to Connecticut’s military industrial Strangeloves for sure. Jobs making napalm to incinerate pretend-enemies are nevertheless jobs, great jobs if the rep could sell an invasion to fellow members and get some nice fat contracts whilst stoking the jobs market. What could be better than getting jobs for your constituents while you support the “war effort”? Kowa bunga, G_d is good!
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February 17, 2012 – 4:39 pm
I believe that you confuse the media, in this case the BBC, with the rest of the population. The BBC has always been a propaganda organ of the government and big business. However, when it started to question some aspects of the Margaret Thatcher/Ronald Reagan road to oblivion that we now find ourselves on, it was quickly brought to heel and news hounds became lap dogs. The BBC’s finest showing of disrepute involved news manipulation around Dr. Kelly’s murder.
Most of the “Brits” that I know are not significantly different than the Americans that I know. All they want is to be able to put a roof over their heads, food on the table for their families, aren’t afraid to work, but don’t want to be slaves or be beggared in the process. There are homeless and starving Britons as well as Americans.
As for being racist, they are no more so, in general, than Indians or those of many African countries. In spite of what you may think you know, or the experience of your friends, their history is significantly different than that of the USA. Large numbers were enslaved by the Romans, Algerian pirates, and slaughtered by invaders. They have been betrayed many times by many different rulers, whether kings, queens -absolute or not, Lord Protectors, and Prime Ministers. They know that they have been the cannon fodder for the bankers for more than 300 years, something Americans are just beginning to understand about the last 100 years.
Over 30 years ago, a now deceased acquaintance, who was born during WWI, lived in Crewe, home of the Rolls Royce works. Growing up, he visited relatives in London and Liverpool. He told me the first black that he saw was with the US Army on its way through Crewe during WWII. He had never seen one in London, Liverpool, Manchester, or on holiday in Wales. He had seen Indians from time to time in London. (I suspect this included others from the Indian subcontinent.) He was troubled by the wholesale immigration that had taken place in the previous 25 years. In his view, the immigration was a problem for many reasons, not the least of which was the problem it was creating for his children to find jobs. Yes, he objected to other races, not becauuse of mindless reaction, but because it was changing his country in ways he didn’t like, and he felt powerless to stop it. The ugliness of what you see in urban centres in Britain today is what he, like Enoch Powell foresaw.
What galls them even more, is the recent revalation that Tony BLiar and his crowd planned to alter the country through mass immigration. That, Mr. Duff, constitutes genocide.
As an aside Mr. Duff, it was the racist Royal Navy that effectively ended the African slave trade, which was very much controlled by the tribe whose name cannot be mentioned.
“Brits” get it, and the BBC gets it. The BBC, like American presstitutes, doesn’t want to reveal it.
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February 17, 2012 – 6:36 pm
dirt: I like the GD Vietnam pictures- makes a person remember that he was once an actual person before they begin the process of ruining us and killing us from stress when we have to worry about where our next job will be. Marine Corps pictures are also amusing because you are sure to find some that look younger than 18 and some that look like they belong in the first years of high school.
Then the wealthy, power driven psychopaths take this dedicated youth and destroy it in their wars and culture they devise- a culture of no jobs, incredibly expensive/unaffordable medical and dental care….
In 2002 I knew the scum at the top were going to bring in another big war but at first I didn’t want to believe it. The pictures provide somewhat happy reminders of a lost time.
more interacial marriages in the UK than in AMERICA…
For a small island race- that isn’t a good thing.
America is a vast country…even so- within a few short years- European Americans will become the minority!
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