Thursday, January 28, 2010

Let’s build this up a tad more shall we

What would you say if your country tried to develop a technology that exists in many other countries, a technology that could help you and your fellow countrymen, a technology which those that already have it don’t want you to have and goes to lengths to stop you from using it including sanctions, trade-stops and so forth?
Would you be happy? Would you feel it is justified for others that have this technology, to stop you?

And what if the same countries that are trying to stop you have armed military presence all around you? How would you react?

And what if the same countries are not saying anything or imposing sanctions towards your sworn enemy? Would you feel you’d been fairly treated?

Well, this is how western countries are treating Iran right now and since the Obamination now seem to get more power to impose more sanctions, were do you think this will end?

I see some terrorist act down the line that can be tied to Iran (probably made up, but also likely to be real) and I see more condemnations, more swords rattling and maybe some Israeli attack to knock out some Iranian facilities. More CIA paid for insurgences. And from then on there’s hardly any other outcome than another war. American authorities would probably welcome it because the only thing keeping American GDP numbers up at the moment is military spending, because it would draw attention from the economic worries facing US, and don’t you think there’s a score to settle here? 1979 ring a bell? Ayatollah Khomeini?

Crazy ‘Tin-foil’ hats have argued this for many years; that a War with Iran is in the cards about a year or two from now. But who listens to conspiracists?

The total picture looks worse and worse

The US coalition of criminals in the Senate have now voted yes to allow the United States to borrow another 1.9 trillion dollars, boosting the national debt ceiling to a historic 14.3 trillion dollars.

To put it in perspective, 1.4 trillion dollars is more than India's gross domestic product.

The wars, the socialist expansions, the fascist regulations as well as a massive injection of newly printed money has exploded government's spending while revenues have shrunk with the economy.

So while all public opinion polls say that the US public is angry at what it views as overspending by Washington the thugs do increase the spending rather than the opposite.

This news coincides with horrible numbers in regards to new orders for manufactured durable goods in December. Although an increase during the x-mas month, it was very slim and a big part of the increase was military orders and military shipments. Seen over the entire year of 2009 the only real positive year/over/year numbers was – ‘defense’, up 5.3% (orders) and 21.0% for shipments, respectively. Nobel Peace Prize my ass…

CPI numbers are on the rise, we’ve yet to see any improvement in unemployment numbers despite all the fictitious government “job-creation” and there’s no end in sight in regards to the wars, quite the opposite actually. Banks are hiding losses up to 60 percent, the real-estate market is still horrible (the commercial sector is yet to crash) and the stock market are overvalued with as much as up to 50 percent.

How can anyone see anything positive going on?