Although the women of the United States are confined within the narrow circle of domestic life, and their situation is, in some respects, one of extreme dependence, I have nowhere seen woman occupying a loftier position; and if I were asked... in which I have spoken of so many important things done by Americans, to what the singular prosperity and growing strength of that people ought mainly to be attributed, I should reply, To the superiority of their women.

--Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Same Song, Different Verse

Grabbed this because it tells the tale so well. Goes to show that the Fabian Plan for our country did not go completely unnoticed back in the 30s when they were really laying down the framework we now find ourselves in. Louis McFadden tried to warn us, but was poisoned into silence.

from the 1934 Chicago Tribune


  1. 1934? Obviously it was a good plan. If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

    1. They have made more money than anyone else in recorded history.

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    1. Yes, past is prologue, that's why the "conservatives" never get very far. They don't understand the ballgame at all.

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  4. I have the hardest time convincing anyone that it's not the current level of debt or even the current level of spending that's the problem, it's the utterly useless and wealth destroying CRAP they now buy with it. The reason that the focus in the MSM is on the debt level is only because that's their excuse to raise taxes so they're gathering public demand for it. The debt is sustainable and so is the level of spending, but not while they're continually using it to destroy our wealth.

    The US used to build stuff. Some of FDR's infrastructure public works building projects were even good for the nation for it made home-grown industries possible and more productive. Now it's like the GDP is 79% services 19% manufacturing, and only 1.2% agriculture because they purposely shipped those jobs overseas. And a lot of that industry is making tools of war to blow up stuff (wealth) around the world, and then tapping us to help rebuild it through Bush's 180 degree about-face on nation-building.

    It's like with energy. The US certainly has reserves, but why pull them out of the ground for $100 a barrel at today's prices Buy it on the markets from other countries and when their resources are depleted and the resource is more scarce, then you can get $500, $1000 or more per barrel when they start tapping ours. That's the only reason why they won't tap them, but you'll never hear anyone say that. Also, the current administration's focus on 'green' energy (that isn't really all that green), is throwing money down the sewer (but really them just stealing our own personal wealth from us). This green stuff is also heavily dependent on rare earth minerals, which China owns 95% of the current market and they sure don't mine them very 'greenly'.


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