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Slavery Was Too Big To Fail

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October 17, 2011 – Comments (10)

Dear Uncle Sam: 

To the Southern farmer, slavery was too big to fail.  How would farmers grow their crops without slaves?   In exchange for food, shelter, and water, the slaves exchanged their production.  Their relationship was enforced by FORCE.

To a banker, banks/currency is too big to fail.  How would they control production without their banks/currency.  Today, in our specialized system, people need currency to get food, shelter and water.  The people exchange/barter their production for currency.  The relationship, albeit voluntary, is also enforced by force, the court system.

Clearly this system is moral if the exchange is mutual, voluntary and such currency is backed/created by production.

However, if the bankers can simply print currency out of thin air, and the people must work/produce for it.....once the bankers cut off credit to the people/mainstreet, but can print for themselves/Wall Street businesses/Washington politicians, the people become effectively slaves if they must accept the banker's currency for their survival.  This system is immoral.  If the court system enforces that relationship, the government acts like the Confederate states did in the 1800's which enforced an immoral system.

It took FORCE to educate the Southern farmers and Confederate states that slavery was NOT moral nor was it too big to fail....what do you think it will take to educate the bankers/politicians that they simply can't print money for themselves without producing yet cut off the population/main street from currency?

All the best,

Alstry

PS:  Technology replaced the need for slavery in the 1800s with the invention of the tractor....it appears technology will replace the need for slavery going forward with computers taking over more and more of today's slave functions.

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#1) On October 17, 2011 at 1:02 PM, alstry (35.37) wrote:

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#2) On October 17, 2011 at 1:28 PM, L0RDZ (82.38) wrote:

A bullet thru the brain...

Isn't it about time that  they reaped what they sewed....

10-21-2011

If the military wasn't run by a bunch of pansy   specially selected brainwashed  yes men,   and  had  soldiers who actually would and could think for themselves and knew  the full extent of  all the bs..  maybe just maybe  Al   you'd  get to see what you've been wanting to see,  brother against  brother, soldier  on soldier,  anarchy,   and  a possible  real change of  power.

We didn't talk the Briish away from our colonies,  we used  force, brave colonists stood up  facing almost certain death  to not be subjected to the royal crown  from some  tiny island  far on the other side of the pond.

Although we beat them ,  we kept their  bankers  at the Fed  Reserve.  they are making money out of thin air  earning interest on it based upon nothing.  All the while charging us interested on money that shouldn't exist.

WHat a job to print money...

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#3) On October 17, 2011 at 1:35 PM, kdakota630 (29.57) wrote:

Wow.  I don't know if anything happened after the 2:00 mark because that's all I could handle.

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#4) On October 17, 2011 at 2:16 PM, InflationSilver (99.95) wrote:

alstry = absurdity

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#5) On October 18, 2011 at 12:04 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Follow the money Comrade. Think Comrade, think -- this is not spontaneous . . . 

Occupy Wall Street Emails Show MSNBC and Rolling Stone are Working with Protesters to Craft Message

http://bigjournalism.com/dloesch/2011/10/16/journolist-2-0-occupydc-emails-show-msm-dylan-ratigan-working-with-protesters-to-craft-message/ 

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#6) On October 18, 2011 at 12:09 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

"Slavery was to big to fail"  WTF Comrade?       . . . is media too big to fail?      . . . are you a slave to the media?      . . . more people waited in line to buy the latest iPhone than protested over the weekend. 

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#7) On October 18, 2011 at 12:22 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Phil Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing, stated that the “iPhone 4S is off to a great start with more than four million sold in its first weekend—the most ever for a phone and more than double the iPhone 4 launch during its first three days.”

      The only question I have is, how many iPhone 4S's did George Soros buy for the protesters so they didn't need to leave Zuccotti Park?

     Follow the money Comrade. 

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#8) On October 18, 2011 at 12:38 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:

Please, please, please follow the money Comrade . . .

Why Occupy Wall Street Protesters Aren't Getting Kicked Out Of Zuccotti Park http://www.businessinsider.com/occupy-wall-street-brookfield-properties-zuccotti-park-loan-guarantee-2011-10#ixzz1b6YPItFT

Coming on the heels of the Solyndra debacle, the Obama administration has just approved a $168.9 million loan guarantee for the Granite Reliable wind farm project owned by Brookfield Asset Management (BAM).

Among its many holdings BAM owns Brookfield Renewable Power, which owns the Granite Reliable and it also owns Brookfield Office Properties, whose holdings include the now famous Zuccotti Park.

The Department of Energy finalized the loan guarantee less than a week after Occupy Wall Street protesters took to Zuccotti Park, and with the Obama administration's Tuesday endorsement of the protests, rumors are starting to circulate that this could be the reason Brookfield is allowing protesters to remain on its property.

The Granite Reliable Power Project under construction in Coos Bay, New Hampshire is the state's largest wind farm and the New Hampshire Union Leader questions why Brookfield would need federal subsidies at all, particularly following the bankruptcy of Solyndra.

Mayor Bloomberg's announcement Monday that protesters could remain as long as they liked, also raised a few eyebrows and it turns out he has a personal connection to Brookfield as well. The mayor's longtime domestic partner Diana Taylor is on the Board of Directors at Brookfield Properties along with John E. Zuccotti himself. 

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#9) On October 18, 2011 at 12:42 AM, oshiri (< 20) wrote:


     F O L L O W      T H E      M O N E Y ! ! ! 

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#10) On October 20, 2011 at 11:52 PM, damrentj (< 20) wrote:

haha that guy was 100% definitely never a Marine in his life and never even served in the military. No matter how out spoken a former Marine was he would never wear such a jacked up uniform if you could even call it that. He bought cammies from a surplus store, you can tell that they arent even official issue. Where is the honor in this he asks? Hmm where is the honor in impersonating a veteran who has made sacrificies this man could never imagine.

Semper Fi

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