Showing posts with label Economy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Economy. Show all posts

Monday, January 20, 2014

Gerald Celente - Jeff Rense Show - January 9, 2014 - Video News

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We happen to like Gerald Celente so we bring you whatever we can to keep everyone up to date on economic affairs.  The first 3 minutes is mostly music but it becomes apparent fast that they have a meaning for it.

  Not sure if we fully agree with them on the arguments that cover grace and style.  They fail to cover areas like classical music, symphonies that are all around the nation and play a lot of free public concerts that fill entire areas during those free concerts.  Reenactments that do convey old fashioned style and flair.

  Now of course the days we live in are different than they were in the past, but what they fail to look at is that what they are talking about was viewed as out of control by their elders.  Rock music is lacking in many areas, it is also very forward in other areas.  Classical Operetta Rock is pretty amazing stuff that these guys fail to look at.

  Later these guys get into the new police state we are in and the NSA has made that statement official for the United States.  It's towards the end that the economic news for the world is discussed.  Nuclear Fallout Warnings you do not hear about anywhere else is reported here because of Japan's nuclear power plant meltdown, but Homer finds a doughnut.    
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Thursday, January 16, 2014

Gerald Celente - Trends In The News - "The New Year, 2014

The Great American Wake up call.  Or what they do not want you to know.  Gerald Celente is one who likes to take off the gloves and call the politicians and their henchmen out, giving backbone to American Idealism and talking about good old fashioned American history.  In this episode, Gerald shows how the main stream media is trying to convince us that we should willingly surrender our freedoms for some false sense of security.  No thanks, can we just surrender our main stream media instead?

  News and trends everyone should be on top of which is why we are bringing this to you.  
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Friday, September 13, 2013

Federalist Papers No. 13 Advantage of the Union in Respect to Economy in Government

To the People of the State of New York:
As CONNECTED with the subject of revenue, we may with propriety consider that of economy. The money saved from one object may be usefully applied to another, and there will be so much the less to be drawn from the pockets of the people. If the States are united under one government, there will be but one national civil list to support; if they are divided into several confederacies, there will be as many different national civil lists to be provided for—and each of them, as to the principal departments, coextensive with that which would be necessary for a government of the whole.

 The entire separation of the States into thirteen unconnected sovereignties is a project too extravagant and too replete with danger to have many advocates. The ideas of men who speculate upon the dismemberment of the empire seem generally turned toward three confederacies—one consisting of the four Northern, another of the four Middle, and a third of the five Southern States. There is little probability that there would be a greater number. According to this distribution, each confederacy would comprise an extent of territory larger than that of the kingdom of Great Britain. No well-informed man will suppose that the affairs of such a confederacy can be properly regulated by a government less comprehensive in its organs or institutions than that which has been proposed by the convention.

 When the dimensions of a State attain to a certain magnitude, it requires the same energy of government and the same forms of administration which are requisite in one of much greater extent. This idea admits not of precise demonstration, because there is no rule by which we can measure the momentum of civil power necessary to the government of any given number of individuals; but when we consider that the island of Britain, nearly commensurate with each of the supposed confederacies, contains about eight millions of people, and when we reflect upon the degree of authority required to direct the passions of so large a society to the public good, we shall see no reason to doubt that the like portion of power would be sufficient to perform the same task in a society far more numerous. Civil power, properly organized and exerted, is capable of diffusing its force to a very great extent; and can, in a manner, reproduce itself in every part of a great empire by a judicious arrangement of subordinate institutions.

Read the entire paper below.

Federalist Papers No 13 - Advantage of the Union from Chuck Thompson

Liberty Education Series here on Gloucester, Virginia Links and News.
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