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Comment: Re:The Nature of Central Banks (Score 1) 358 358

Note that you infuriated one bankster with mod points. And I find interesting the number of people who ignore this fact, or who are trained to ignore. The central bank of my country is still from the country, but it's been a few decades that we have traitors (trained by the banksters of course) trying to force the government to give "independence" for the central bank.

Comment: Re:You think Greeks want MORE electronic money? (Score 1) 358 358

"...inflation and debt based currency is an insidious trap used to enslave all of us..."

You said everything. The problem is that everyone has been long, long ago indoctrinated to accept this as normal and do not think about the real consequences, especially the fact that those who have control over these debts (and therefore the power to create money) have power over the world.

Comment: Re:Not just a US problem (Score 1) 292 292

In Brazil, pool institutes such as "DataFolha" and "Ibope" not even bother to actually interview enough people, they just make up the numbers they want and then play loudly on TV as if they were the plain truth. And whenever you question how such a small sample can be good for something, they always have paid people to offend you on foruns and blogs and to say that what they do is the most normal thing in the world.

Comment: Re:Whats wrong with US society (Score 1) 609 609

I would love to have a light tank (the type that uses wheels, not tracks). Why? Because if someone in traffic does something stupid and crash on me, the problem will be his, not mine. Plus it would be an excellent way to dissuade feral criminals (no more better than monkeys with guns) in violent cities like mine.

"Everyone is entitled to an *informed* opinion." -- Harlan Ellison