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22 September 2013 @ 01:03 pm
Options. Create a leisure society or reduce the population  
It's easy enough to see. There is sufficient of everything for everyone. Except jobs.
Attitudes have to change.
The elite's solution, population reduction is already being implemented by toxifying the air, food, water and medicine. Slow poisoning in most cases, chem trails, aspartame, fluoride etc, more rapid in some, e.g. the Gates Foundation vaccination program led to 47,500 cases of paralysis death. Starvation using UN funding denial is another method. War is the ultimate with the US regime as the tool.
The reason for the people, mostly usurers behind the population reduction plan implementing such horrific and inhuman programs is simple, they wish to retain and increase the power they have to control humanity and society to their and their descendents' advantage under a global corporatist eco fascist government. The European Commission and EU government created by Bilderberg shows how successful such a system is.
The option is simple. Create a fair society where everyone is granted the basics needed to stay alive, sufficient food, a place to live, free medical treatment and an education as a right for life. Gaddafi had taken steps in this direction, because the hydrocarbon income was shared with everyone the need to work was for those that wanted more than the basics. The UK is one of the most wealthy countries in the world. If its income wasn't stolen and siphoned out of the country by subterfuge and criminals in charge a similar system but with higher benefits per person could easily be managed.

Lubos wrote an interesting article giving his ideas on a leisure society.
When 99.99% of people don't work, is it communism?

Full article at CC2 http://clothcap2.livejournal.com/97760.html
clothcapclothcap on September 22nd, 2013 12:37 pm (UTC)
An example
Wars set Britain back billions
BRITAIN has spent a fortune on foreign wars in the last 20 years.
The Libyan no-fly zone cost £234million, Kosovo £339million and the Iraq war £8.4billion. By the time we leave Afghanistan next year that 13-year campaign will have cost £25billion. Has it really been worth it?
clothcapclothcap on September 22nd, 2013 01:47 pm (UTC)
Siphoning money into private accounts and out of the country
The Cameron regime spends the public's taxes on bombs and bullets that put money in private accounts for no return (except maybe commission to Cameron's account).
The Cameron regime spends the public's taxes on helping illegal insurgents, often terrorists in foreign countries for no benefit to the UK or the country suffering from his largesse.
West Attempts Syria Cover Up - Claims "Twitter Donations" Behind Rise of Al Qaeda.
By Tony Cartalucci
US "officials" claim combined treasuries of US, UK, France, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Israel, and others no match for "Twitter donations" in latest and most absurd attempt yet to cover up direct support for Al Qaeda in Syria.
In the latest, and perhaps most absurd attempt yet by the West to cover up direct aid, arms, and funding it has been sending to Al Qaeda throughout the duration of the Syrian conflict, the Washington Post now claims "Twitter donations" have somehow managed to outpace the collective resources of a 7 nation-plus axis who it claims is only backing "moderate" fighters in Syria.
In its article, "Private donations give edge to Islamists in Syria, officials say," the Washington Post actually claims:
The stream of U.S. weapons heading to moderate rebel groups in Syria is being offset by a fresh torrent of cash for Islamist extremists, much of it from small networks of Arab donors who see the Syrian conflict as a step toward a broader Islamist uprising across the region, U.S. and Middle Eastern officials say.
The private donors, who use Twitter and other social media to collect millions of dollars from sympathetic Muslims, are providing crucial backing for Islamist militias that appear to be gaining ground in northern and eastern Syria, even as fighting stalls elsewhere, the officials said.
Of course, all of these networks the Washington Post claims are undermining Western efforts to bolster its army of fictitious "moderates" run through Western allied nations, including most predominantly NATO-member Turkey whose borders and the arms flowing through them are admittedly monitored and steered by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
More http://landdestroyer.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/west-attempts-syria-cover-up-claims.html
clothcapclothcap on September 22nd, 2013 02:11 pm (UTC)
Cameron is not a common crook
Obama’s “I Am Not a Crook” Moment
By WashingtonsBlog
September 21, 2013 Information Clearing House -
Obama Says America Is Not a Banana Republic and We Have to Pay Our Bills … What Do Experts Say?
America’s top liberal communications expert is George Lakoff. Professor Lakoff (who we’ve previously interviewed) points out that when a politician says “Not X”, people usually think of X:
I wrote a book called, Don’t Think of an Elephant! The title made a basic point: Negating a frame activates that frame. If you activate the other side’s frame, you just help the other side, as Nixon found out when he said, “I am not a crook,” which made people think of him as a crook.
President Obama just said:
This is the United States of America — we’re not some banana republic, this is not a deadbeat nation, we don’t run out on our tab.
We can’t just not pay our bills.”
What Lakoff and other political psychologists explain is that what most Americans – and people all over the world – will hear is:
America is a banana republic, a deadbeat nation, which can’t pay its bills.
Of course, there is some basis for accusing the U.S. of becoming a banana republic … a deadbeat which can’t pay its bills.
But the focus of this post is on Obama’s Nixon moment … invoking the exact image which he is trying to avoid.
Obama has failed to learn the most basic concept from the psychology of politics
Vid http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article36308.htm
clothcapclothcap on September 22nd, 2013 02:27 pm (UTC)
I've put this on http://clothcap.livejournal.com as it seemed more appropriate there.