Born in debt  

interested13563 54M
985 posts
3/28/2006 11:30 am

Last Read:
5/12/2006 8:16 pm

Born in debt


Sad day today: it was announced that the
great science fiction and political writer
Stanislav Lem died. It was also announced
that out of the 25 billion dollars invested
in clean water only 1 per cent went to
sub-Saharan Africa! Finally the US debt
"clock" is running out of digits as the
government debt apporaches 9 trillion dollars.
This corresponds to about 90,000 dollars
per US family! Every child is born in debt!!!!

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Fallen_Angel_777 51F

3/28/2006 1:10 pm


I can't pay the few little bills I have as it is!!!!!



rm_FreeLove999 48F
16127 posts
3/29/2006 2:06 am

o, i loved Solaris -- one of the best science fiction books ever! as for that debt ... africa approaches NOTHING like it, yet it is our whipping boy!



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interested13563 54M
2557 posts
3/29/2006 6:09 pm

Free: Have you read "Manuscripts found in bath tub"???


rm_meow344 107F
2615 posts
3/29/2006 9:02 pm

Born that way.. Die that way.. The American way..shame


papyrina 52F
21133 posts
3/30/2006 9:20 am

never heared of him sorry


I'm a

and
i'm here to stay


_CoffeeNoCream_ 54F

3/30/2006 12:17 pm

very sad......

sigh

Liefs C


KarezzaMagick 66M
165 posts
3/31/2006 5:55 pm

You wrote...

>This corresponds to about 90,000 dollars
per US family! Every child is born in debt!!!!


That's the bad news...

Here's the good news...

That's not real money; that's Federal Reserve Notes, and unsound, unbacked funny money system, based upon debt itself (and your willingness to believe that you really "owe" it.


We can pay 'em back with IOUs!


Those who want more info may search the following terms:

fractional reserve

debt money

debt virus

federal reserve secrets

Eustace Mullins

The Creature From Jekyll Island

Anthony Sutton

banksters

Enjoy!


interested13563 54M
2557 posts
4/1/2006 2:54 pm

Karezza, thanks for the information. Of course, I know this
is funny money but the problem with the system is real.


rm_FreeLove999 48F
16127 posts
4/2/2006 12:24 pm

nope. unfortunately not. actually i could not get any Lem books in SA. i read solaris while in cambridge for a year. it was one of the first books i looked for in cambridge library, as its reputation had proceeded it. (i think i've mentioned before that books are a luxury here and often hard to source anything beyond bestsellers (dean R koontz, danielle steele, etc) and booker prize winners... that's why whenever i have gone to the uk, i come back loaded up with books. (if you buy from amazon, you pay the price of the book in import duty.)



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interested13563 replies on 4/2/2006 12:50 pm:
Free: I am sorry to hear that. In the US there are many bookstores
but few have the most interesting books - they are not very popular
anyway. Still anytime I go to a bookstore I end up spending a small
fortune simply because I like it!

KarezzaMagick 66M
165 posts
4/2/2006 5:51 pm

>but the problem with the system is real.

Last I knew, there was no statute of limitations on fraud.


GleesFlakyShawl 51M
1620 posts
5/11/2006 9:06 am

interested, it was a problem if someone tried to recover the money


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