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Behind the global blending of allies and former enemies was their secret

backchannel agreed upon, experimental plan for progress. Mainly put into

action with the seeming collapse of the USSR { Soviet Union}

A workable international conversion to "Keynesian economics" {John Manard

Keynes, British Socialist & economic theorist} and the successful gradual

easing of intrenched ideologies {give-and-take} by the major participance

ongoing some years prior to, and more obviously since the world-altering

deal between so-called American capitalism and Soviet Communism.

With Keynesian economics accepted and applied came the since drastic

direction away from U.S. Constitutional basics, via legislation and executive

decrees. The Russian population having undergone even more direct arbitrary

changes during this now almost successful,decades-long, but often disruptive

transition.{eg; Mid-east invasions by Soviets, and Americans et al.}

The aim of 'the scheme' is to complete an international cradle-to-grave

{although burdensome and boring socialism}, an individual and collective

leveling-out on every social, religious, and economic plane.

It is now at this point that even a 'greater danger' is found, as powerful

forces mostly within the United States, both political and religious, vie for

the position of control over 'this globalist scheme' by any, even desperate

means, if nessasary in 'combination' as is in 2007 presently taking place.

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Behind the global blending of allies and former enemies was their secret

backchannel agreed upon, experimental plan for progress. Mainly put into

action with the seeming collapse of the USSR { Soviet Union}

A workable international conversion to "Keynesian economics" {John Manard

Keynes, British Socialist & economic theorist} and the successful gradual

easing of intrenched ideologies {give-and-take} by the major participance

ongoing some years prior to, and more obviously since the world-altering

deal between so-called American capitalism and Soviet Communism.

With Keynesian economics accepted and applied came the since drastic

direction away from U.S. Constitutional basics, via legislation and executive

decrees. The Russian population having undergone even more direct arbitrary

changes during this now almost successful,decades-long, but often disruptive

transition.{eg; Mid-east invasions by Soviets, and Americans et al.}

The aim of 'the scheme' is to complete an international cradle-to-grave

{although burdensome and boring socialism}, an individual and collective

leveling-out on every social, religious, and economic plane.

It is now at this point that even a 'greater danger' is found, as powerful

forces mostly within the United States, both political and religious, vie for

the position of control over 'this globalist scheme' by any, even desperate

means, if nessasary in 'combination' as is in 2007 presently taking place.

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"The aim of 'the scheme' is to complete an international cradle-to-grave

{although burdensome and boring socialism}, an individual and collective

leveling-out on every social, religious, and economic plane.

It is now at this point that even a 'greater danger' is found, as powerful

forces mostly within the United States, both political and religious, vie for

the position of control over 'this globalist scheme' by any, even desperate

means, if nessasary in 'combination' as is in 2007 presently taking place."

Correct me if I'm wrong here, Harry.

I, personally, have nothing against the philosophy of Keynesian economics, per se. Instead, am I misinformed as to what I perceive to be a Malthusian, draconian form of economic policy that has been embraced, and in place, especially having commenced in the early 1980's, by Wall Street, and designed specifically for what was then destined to become part of Bush The Elder's, "Points of Light" and "New World Order," aka "Global Geopolitical Project," by which the American industrial manufacturing base was slated to be totally dismantled and rendered all but impotent by the 21st Century? Enter the international "free" trade agreements concocted of NAFTA and AFTA, which made the GATT appear antiquated in comparison.

On paper, this may look all well and good for boosting The Third World countries' ability to sustain themselves in a new, seemingly more attractive "global" economy. But, what about the darker underpinnings to this new policy, such as the loss of viable jobs on American soil, jobs and employment opportunities which sustained the U.S. economy throughout the 19th and 20th Centuries? All this, so that corporate America might be able to legally incorporate out sourced sweat-shops on foreign soil in order to lower their overhead? This may sound financially logical when taking into consideration the high cost of rent and taxes no longer needed to be shelled out for factory space in the States, but what are the repercussions to the economic structure of the United States? Are we destined to end up like India, or S.E.A. with crumbling infrastructures, no viable means of employment except for service oriented venues, while only a handful of people in comparison to the general population [like the ones who answer the calls you place to your American manufacturers' sites in request for equipment repair, and/or applications assistance, only to find yourself routed to a number in Calcutta, or Beijing], have the opportunity to make a "living wage," access to affordable housing, and/or medical care?

What's wrong with the picture here? How did we allow ourselves to be downgraded to such a paltry level of existence? Or, am I too far off-base in my observations? What's even more frightening is that the younger generations will accept, as de rigeur, the doubling and tripling up of families inhabiting living spaces designed for one family, along with reaping the consequences high density population usually ends up wreaking upon infrastructures designed for single family occupancy, like overloaded sewage lines, and lack of adequate parking, for starters. They won't know any better, because that's all they've ever been exposed to, or presented with, as options. I realize I am speaking from the urban setting, here. But, that's where the ever-burgeoning masses seem to migrate in search of already dwindling employment opportunities. You're encouraged to re-invent yourself, or become entrepeneurial in your "quest" to sustain a viable source of income. How many people actually have that kind of vision by comparison? Then again, you may counter, that when people are actually starving is when their real capacity for ingenuity will kick in. That's what I consider to be "Wall Street" speak.

On another note, will we eventually have only 1 political party from which to choose? The "World," or "Global" Party?

Ter

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