Commencing An Anti-War Decade (Despite The West Wing)

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    Modern commentators fail to disguish the Right Wing from the West Wing(?). Obama apparently now knows more about "terrorists" than even George Bush used to know(?).

    Terrorists, from 9/11, are still not dead. The fanatic who set himself on fire in the plane is still regarded a religious man(?)! This description applies: Even though the United States is not in Vietnam, and even though the fellow afire was not a Buddhist monk.

    In other words: Bush and Obama both know zip about people they allege to be, "terrorists."

    Adam Smith, of "Wealth of Nations," was also a religious. . . .fellow. That government secures an income scale, and that money is not metallic after all: Had no place in the silly economics of Adam Smith.

    Commencing in 2010, not only is there a credit market estimated at $55.0 tril. in just the United States alone, and not only is there an income scale, but there is also a new U. S. federal income tax code revision that will pay upwards of 50.0 mil. tax form filers: Upwards of $800.00, even if there is no liability for federal income taxes. In effect, the world's first ever, equal amount COLA, is now the law in the United States. All filers qualify for a "cost-of-living" refundable credit, (Social Security beneficiaries got the credit last year), regardless if they owe or not.

    When Hitler was originally jailed, The Weimar Republic was faced with a lunatic who (1) hated Jews as much as the rest of Europe, and (2), was a strong pro-German nationalist, just like the rest of Germany. The normal anti-war sentiments of the Judeo-Christian civilization were not even attempted to be put in place.

    Now, subsequent the folly of Generally Betrayingus-All-Of-The-Time, in the prolonged atrocity in Iraq, creating 2.0 mil. refugees, and the prolonged atrocity in Afghanistan, putting the Taliban within reach of nuclear capability in Pakistan--(apparently intended by GOP and Betrayus, and any participants): Then normal anti-war sentiments now even have a boost in the economy.

    People with the refunds will likely start to purchase, and the normal economics of prosperity can happen again.

    The first great collapse of economies of recentl history was the old Soviet bloc. It went away without any military incursion. Japan would follow, then Argentina, then Indonesia, then would come the United States and the rest of the world.

    Now there is still a credit market--except in starving places, like in Eastern Africa, There is an income scale that is recognized to have influence in the daily economic decisions of consumers: There is even a gift of the daily bread, like normal Judeo-Christian sentiments typically pray for.

    And it is only 2010!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (And even on the morning after New Year's Eve to boot!)
     
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    Lets see, when someone keeps attacking the US we're supposed to ignore it?! Thanks for playing.
     
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    The Opening Post is actually a demonstration of how nations have managed to implode upon themselves, and have even in that manner made war obsolete.

    In fact, no nation has attacked the United States since Pearl Harbor. Not even Central America has repeatedly attacked the United States, but they are here. Mexico has not repeatedly attacked the United States, but they are here--and cartels and all.

    The United States instead attacked Afghanistan, and then Iraq, and without basis in any attack. After Pearl Harbor, in fact, the United States actually attacked Europe--Leaving the West Coast to wonder, live in panic, and even put the Nisei into Concentration Camps! The United States had been sending the Imperial Japanese government the basic raw materials for a war machine in the 1930's. The Philippines would fall shortly after Pearl Harbor. Therefore Europe was central to the defense of the U. S. West Coast(?).

    With Washington, D.C. alive: The concept of any kind of cause-effect retaliation had started to disappear in the first half of the last century.

    The second half of the last Century shows that Washington, D. C. had abandoned the concept of studied retaliation altogether: And then came the Bush Administration, just ended. No Middle Eastern Nation has attacked the United States, even now.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Anglo Peoples need to make treaties, go to reservations, and wait for Bureau of Indian Affairs!)
     

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