“Restore a basic level of dignity for every human.” Click on link to hear how.
By Bernard Poolman
“Restore a basic level of dignity for every human.” Click on link to hear how.
By Bernard Poolman
The American dream of homeownership has felt its biggest drop since the Great Depression, according to new 2010 census figures released Thursday.
The analysis by the Census Bureau found the home ownership rate fell to 65.1 percent last year. While that level remains the second highest decennial rate, analysts say the U.S. may never return to its mid-decade housing boom peak in which nearly 70 percent of occupied households were owned by their residents.
Unemployed young adults are least likely to own, delaying first-time home purchases to live with Mom and Dad. Middle-aged adults 35-64, mostly homeowners who were hit with mortgage foreclosures or bankruptcy after the housing bust in 2006, are at their lowest levels of ownership in decades. – - To Read Full Post By HOPE YEN, Associated Press - Census: Housing bust worst since Great Depression
The American Dream is a Living World Nightmare. As far as one can see, the whole world is suffering in ways we dare not comprehend. We’re scared to death to see how we’ve accepted ourselves into and as this world, as we’ve supported it, in allowing multitudes of atrocity to exist here. In our name, as a humanity – ego, greed, self-interest, this, is the best we have to show for ourselves.
We are Money, We are Sex. We are Money, We are Debt, We are Money, We are Slavery, We are Money, We are Child Abuse, We are Money, We are War, We are Money, We are Hunger, We are Money, We are Starvation, We are Money, We are Poverty, We are Money, We are Capitalism, We are Money, We are Money, We are Money…
We can stop and we can change our current monetary system. We make the decision to become self-honest in seeing the common sense. How All living beings are to receive that which they’ve already been given. All here are birthed through a similar birth canal to life here on earth. As such, we require to be able to care for ourselves properly, and Equally. Thus, We have one choice, one solution – Equal Money
Our candle is burned - over – done – in a single breath
War is Raw Spelled backward - Evil is Live spelled backward – Devil Is Lived spelled backward – Everything here is in Reverse – The letters to spell America, simply put, spells: I AM Race. The nature of our current money system, is raw, ruthless and allows starvation and death daily of at least 21,000 children. Tthousands of children who die daily from starvation as well as because of war, is so raw, that the exact numbers remain unknown.
See how death becomes an example of, and, manifests as consequences of the human decision to, in fear and ego, hate, and spite, we turn a deaf ear and blind eye. We refuse to become accountable and self-responsible for what we accept and allow. While the solution is simple – we simply stop. Is there truly anything more that needs to be said when the proof of who we are exists here in our physical reality for us to see for ourselves?
Apparently there is, Educate and Investigate our world:
“A recent major investigative report by the Los Angeles Times sheds light on what all this “war on terror” is actually costing–and actually accomplishing. According to the report,
“A decade after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, federal and state governments are spending about $75 billion a year on domestic security, setting up sophisticated radio networks, upgrading emergency medical response equipment, installing surveillance cameras and bombproof walls, and outfitting airport screeners to detect an ever-evolving list of mobile explosives.
“But how effective has that 10-year spending spree been?
“‘The number of people worldwide who are killed by Muslim-type terrorists, Al Qaeda wannabes, is maybe a few hundred outside of war zones. It’s basically the same number of people who die drowning in the bathtub each year,’ said John Mueller, an Ohio State University professor who has written extensively about the balance between threat and expenditures in fighting terrorism.”
The LA Times report goes on to say, “Like the military-industrial complex that became a permanent and powerful part of the American landscape during the Cold War, the vast network of Homeland Security spyware, concrete barricades and high-tech identity screening is here to stay. The Department of Homeland Security, a collection of agencies ranging from border control to airport security sewn quickly together after Sept. 11, is the third-largest Cabinet department and–with almost no lawmaker willing to render the U.S. less prepared for a terrorist attack–one of those least to fall victim to budget cuts.
“The expensive and time-consuming screening now routine for passengers at airport boarding gates has detected plenty of knives, loaded guns and other contraband, but it has never identified a terrorist who was about to board a plane. Only 14 Americans have died in about three dozen instances of Islamic extremist terrorist plots targeted at the U.S. outside war zones since 2001–most of them involving one or two home-grown plotters.”
The report also notes, “Large sums of Homeland Security money, critics complain, have been propelled by pork barrel politics into the backyards of the congressionally connected.”
See the LA Times report Is Homeland Security spending paying off?, By Kim Murphy, August 28, 2011.
“Back to the Times report, not only do we Americans have about an equal chance of dying at the hands of a terrorist as we do dying in our own bathtubs, we have a much greater risk of dying at the hands of prescription drugs–something lawfully encouraged and tightly controlled by the US government. According to a recent report, more people now die each year from prescription drugs than from automobile accidents.
That’s some 37,000 deaths via prescription drugs annually! (Come to think of it, how many people do you know who have died from marijuana?) And as hard as it will be for some people to accept, this number is gigantically greater than those who die from hard drugs such as heroin or crack cocaine. In fact, the prescription drug Vicodin, by itself, has killed more people than cocaine and heroin combined.” See War On Terror Or War On Freedom? By Chuck Baldwin
Read report on prescription drug deaths :
Posted 10 Sept. 2011, by Andrea Rossouw
“I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country. Corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money-power of the country will endeavor to prolong it’s reign by working upon the prejudices of the people until the wealth is aggregated in a few hands and the Republic is destroyed.” Abraham Lincoln
The Facts of our World are everywhere to be seen and, always have been, yet who is really comprehending and considering our world and all here, in how we’re existing? The article and link below is one example of the repeated nonsense we accept and allow.
Who here is Not a Slave to our current ‘Money System’? That is the question worth asking and answering in honesty, for self.
We all know the truth. There is a Real Solution to Stop this Shit – it’s very Simple: Investigate: EqualMoney.org
“So man is a God with limits, because there are things that you can do and change and decide, that will have effects, either harming somebody or helping someone. Obviously the ultimate point is that if one would understand the limits and you’d made decisions that will help everyone equally, then one become truly the meaning of the word God.” Bernard Poolman
Quoted from the article:
“To greedy corporate executives, there are a lot of advantages to moving operations out of the country….
*It is legal to pay slave labor wages in many of these other countries. After all, why pay an American worker 10 or 20 times as much as a worker on the other side of the globe?
*In many of these other countries you do not have to provide any health care for workers.
*In many of these other countries there are virtually no environmental controls to worry about.
*In many of these other countries there are virtually no labor standards to worry about.
*In many of these other countries you only have to deal with a fraction of the “red tape” that you have to deal with in the United States.
By merging our economies with the economies of societies that are far different from our own, we have created a “race to the bottom” that is incredibly destructive to the U.S. economy.
In Vietnam, one dollar an hour is considered to be a very good wage.”
The Iberian lynx is one of the world’s rarest mammals and is rated as the most endangered cat species in the world because of its low total numbers and limited number of habitat it uses. They prefer scrub vegetation and eat mainly rabbits and one of the principal reasons for the decline of the Iberian lynx is the decline of its most important prey, the rabbit.
Rabbits experienced massive mortality due to the disease myxomatosis, a pox virus which is an infectious and usually fatal viral disease of rabbits characterized by swelling of the mucous membranes and formation of skin tumors; transmitted by flea bites. The virus was introduced into France from Australia in 1952 by a French pediatrician to control the rabbits that had attacked his vegetable garden. The disease spread throughout Europe and across the Pyrenees into Spain.
The introduction of the virus reduced the population of rabbits and destroyed the food source of the Iberian lynx and the reality of human negligence is still accumulating the consequences of our actions today as seen by the loss in lynx population.
Human consider no one except themselves and this simply has to stop. The implications of imposing a virus upon a species is unacceptable. The History of Man, in how man destroy and conquer. Further proof how life is not supported in our current money system, which attacks life at all levels through self-interest and greed.
Time to Stop. Stand up in Support of All Living Beings. Give and you shall Receive.
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What is it like to go to bed hungry? What is it like to tell your family that there is not enough food to go around? How do you feed a family for a month, when your paycheck is barely enough to cover the mortgage? What is it like to hear your baby cry from hunger and you have nothing to feed it? Will you steal to feed your child? These are questions many families are wrestling with across the world. People don’t know where they will find their next meal. Over 40 thousand people is reported to have died just today from starvation and it is estimated the numbers are actually higher. People can’t find work and there is a staggering number of homes sitting empty because of foreclosure while thousands are homeless on the streets. It can’t be said enough – There is no common sense to what we are accepting and allowing, when there is plenty here to provide all life with the basic requirement to support our physical body. When will enough be enough? Will you Stand in Support of an Equal Money System? Join Us