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Forum Post: Think Europe Would Fund Constituational Law for US Citizens, Since we start wars and are constantly Violent?

Posted 1 year ago on Dec. 19, 2012, 12:59 a.m. EST by Middleaged (5140)
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Do You Think Europe or Asia Would Fund Education of future US Constituational Lawyers or for US Citizens to be smarter and better educated... maybe like teach us Classical Education in Philosphy & Languages, ...Since we start wars all the time and are constantly Violent?

The USA is like a Frontier. And we are like Cowboys, Pioneers, and Settlers of the Americas. Oh yes, and we have guns and like to fight.

Okay the USA is Rich and Powerful... But our people are so Dumb.

How about a campaign to start Exchange Programs with Third World Countries, Europe, and Asia... To Broaden the minds of US Citizens... to teach Law, Anthropology, Languages, Culture, History, or whatever is possible

I'm pretty sure Europe laughs at US voters. I've had people in Europe say things to me about George W. Bush. No one can believe how stupid American Wars are. Don't you think people are tired of US Guns, US Weapons around the world in 50% of the wars, US money corrupting war lords, dictators, presidents all over the world ... US Policy creating negative effects of strengthening bad guys instead of stregthening dialog and democracy. Everyone in the world (almost) knows we have a US Empire ...Military Empire that meddles in finance, laws, environmental issues, you name it.

LOL Maybe the EU would pay us "Not to Start wars". as long as the money went into a Trust Fund for Educating US Citizens in Eurpean History or Philosophy or Eurpean Languages

Here is a Challenge to Warren Buffet, Bill gates, Jack Welch, Lee Iacocca, Alan Greenspan, Mary Shapiro, Hank Paulson, Robert Rubin, Bill Clinton, Larry Summers, Nancy Pelosi, and all the Rich Congressmen....

How about a US Education Trust Fund to teach Classical Education to US College Age Students in the USA ... the Mission: To create better Citizens that can see through the crap fed to us by media and Lawyers.



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[-] 1 points by Middleaged (5140) 1 year ago

Think: US Banks have failed the test of solvency ...mostly in the Investment area, ...but basically if you look at whether revenues can support the life of the bank ... the answer is no ... at least in the case of certain Investment banks.

Take look here at Max Kaiser at 25 minutes into his presentation: http://rt.com/programs/keiser-report/episode-378-max-keiser/

[-] 1 points by Middleaged (5140) 1 year ago

Nevada: Regarding the Enlightenment: I probably used the term loosely, but in saying that enlightenment happened after the invention of the printing press: I'm pretty sure reading took off as well as book sales....


German explorer Alexander von Humboldt showed his disgust for slavery and often criticized the colonial policies. He always acted out of a deeply humanistic conviction, borne by the ideas of the Enlightenment.[54]

[-] 1 points by Middleaged (5140) 1 year ago

Bait & Switch: US Banking Laws, Policies, regulations Target Foreign Banks to Identify, Monitor, Regulate, US Citizens and US Tax payer Transactions. But in fact the US Law does not Regulate the US Shadow Banking Sector ... which deals with off balance sheet transactions, ... but mostly is Private Banking and a suite of Financial Instruments which are created, bought, sold, and spreadout across the globe. There is no Transparency over US Shadow Banking performed by Private banks ...or simple the result of banking transactions and financial instruments which are not regulated.

**The fact is that we don't know the Systemic Risk associated with unregulated financial instruments. We don't know the Systemic Risk associated US Shadow Banking. After the 2008 Financial Crisis the Systemic Risk was Estimated to be reduced to perhaps $600 Trillion. But who is smarter our analyst conservative estimates or the mafia that runs our banks? Estimates are that there is $1 Quadrillion in Risk, but the US GDP can't back up but a portion of that in the best of circumstances... Meaning we could cause global systemic collaspe because we are money and ego driven. Here is a quick definition that was handy, but there are many more definitions of GDP.

GDP = private consumption + gross investment + government spending + (exports − imports)

Anyway, US GDP is like $16 Trillion, but the US Global Derivatives are at Least $600 Trillion and probably Higher. We just don't know and can't track US Derivitives. We have a huge Shadow banking Sector and obviously they have obtained AAA ratings on these Financial Instruments.