Interrupt Your Regularly Scheduled Programming
Perhaps you should have followed my blog and would have known what a shill the Pauls are.There will NEVER be a solution from either the R or D Parties, including anyone from within (no matter what they SAY).You could have easily read the Plan To Restore America to distinguish the stump bullshit from the reality of "Paulsterity".
This is a very interesting video. It misses one important element. The speaker is correct in suggesting that people should do things that they resonate with. However, the first real lesson an entrepreneur learns is that they cannot do it all by themselves. This implies that in order to have an economy you need a society. The life you have when you do everything for yourself is a very limited one. The winters are cold and hungry, the summers filled with backbreaking work. All of this just to keep body and soul together. The problem I see in America is that trust is failing. Not just at the top, but right across the board. People don't trust anything any more. They will buy silver and gold whilst forgetting that their neighbour has no food. Now I happen to live in the Netherlands, and the level of trust here is perhaps too high (!). People here are more ready to trust than not. This does lead to the sort of trust that is ill advised. At least we have closely knit communities. It may be that the Dutch wake up in the situation that America now finds itself in where everyone is making their own mistakes and the whole is less than the sum of its parts.Which is trying to work out who to trust and who not. But it has to start with yourself.
Love everyone trust no one! Weren't the Dutch master slavers of the New World?
Paul PanzaThe city of Bristol in the UK was founded on the profits of slavery. The Americans themselves built fortunes on the backs of slave labour. The Arab merchants crossing the Sahara have poached people to sell for countless generations, to sell to ... anyone who lacked the morals to practice honest business methods. You are not going to get very far by simply stating that one country did something two hundred years ago or so. The issue is a little more complex than that.