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Once again a guide to some of the more interesting next
items I encountered this week:
Some good news here:
Activist Post: 10 Signs The Global Elite Are Losing Control
by Eric Blair
Karma is coming for the elite in a big way. As the Powers
That Be head toward a devastating defeat in their war
plans for Syria, signs are emerging that their rule over
humanity is rapidly diminishing.
Over the last decade the global elite have been on a mad
dash to consolidate power over the world. It's always
been their plan like some evil villain in a comic book,
but after 9/11 the plan went into overdrive and then
turbo charged during the financial crisis of 2008.
Yet it's doomed to fail because humans are meant to be
guided by their own free will, not controlled like
livestock. The more the elite try to control humanity,
the more entropy occurs. Entropy, for those who don't
know, is the lack of order or predictability; a
gradual decline into disorder.
Golly! Hail Eris! All Hail Discordia!
And here is some more important news:
Identified! 'Major cause of climate change'
[short form: it's the sun doing it!]
And it gets even better:
Scott Walker Responds to Attacks by Cutting Taxes, Again
by Grover Norquist
The leadership of the Republican House and Senate have
both endorsed the size and shape of the tax cuts.
This is possible because of the success of Walker's
policies that were enacted over the violent opposition
of the labor unions and left in Wisconsin three years
The success of his reforms led to this year's budget
surplus of $912 million. After the tax cuts Wisconsin
will be able to add $100 million to the rainy day fund,
or as the State Senate prefers, held against
contingencies. The governor's proposal would better
And speaking of money, here is Good News if you are in "the one
percent" (I don't know about you, but I sure am not!):
'Be Open-Handed Toward Your Brothers'
by Arthur C. Brooks
Since January 2009, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has
more than doubled. Last year brought the largest annual
increase in the S&P 500 since the late 1990s. And the
vast bulk of this sustained market surge has accrued to
the extremely wealthy. According to New York University
economist Edward Wolff, the top 10 percent of earners
own 81 percent of stocks and mutual funds, 95 percent
of financial securities, 92 percent of business equity,
and 80 percent of non-home real estate. So it comes as
little surprise that nearly all the real income growth
that President Obama's "recovery" has generated would
flow to the wealthiest Americans. According to
University of California, Berkeley, economist Emmanuel
Saez, 95 percent of all recovery gains have accrued to
the much-vilified "top 1 percent."
A fellow by the name of Kyle Marquis (@Moochava) notes:
Yearly reminder: unless you're over 60, you weren't
promised flying cars. You were promised an oppressive
cyberpunk dystopia. Here you go.
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