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Forum Post: I love the smell of napalm in the morning !

Posted 11 years ago on Dec. 1, 2011, 1:44 p.m. EST by KVNLGN (154)
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It is shocking how the media will make a quick mention of blatant economic curruption and then rarely address the issue again. Whether it is Paulson, Bernanke, Corzine, Golman Sachs, etc... They report the bare minimum of these MAJOR fraudulent and illegal activities because they have to display some miniscule degree of credibility, then their motto becomes, "out of sight, out of mind..." Meanwhile, much lesser offenses are reported on a daily basis. But whose fault is it...? It's the fault of the vapid, corn-fed, buffet eating, zombie-like, thank-you-sir-may-I-have-another American citizens who are more concerned about how the real house wives of beverly hills are whoring around then understanding how our elected representatives have completely whored themselves out to the US Corporation. Did anyone consider why the Fed jumped in yesterday to increase liquidity in the markets the day after S&P rating agency downgraded the 8 major US banks....? Because a major part of their survival, not the 99%'s, is directly tied to the success or failure of those banks....Shocking! Oh, as it turns out, the nuclear reactor in Japan was in much worse shape then then government officials originally let on...Shocking ! Yeah, and fracking for natural gas is not contaminating our water supply... F*#K Where's Waldo...Where's Jon Corzine ! To those who say, "not everything is a conspiracy,blah, blah, blah, etc.." I say, based on all of the blatant fraudulent activity and other information that governments have attempted to suppress since 2008 and prior... There is more reason to believe in conspiracies and government cover-ups than not." ahhh, venting feels goooood.....but accomplishes nothing on this website.....you guessed it, SHOCKING !!! If you don't think for yourselve, the government will do it for you.



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