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Most Americans are finally coming to realize that their governments don’t really love them as they had believed for many years. 

They are realizing that government tends to go bad, and needs to be chained down by our Constitution. 

Now that high school graduations are wrapping up for 2011 and you’re “feeling good”, you and the new graduates might want to take a serious look at what we are facing. 

While your loved ones did graduate, most of them got cheated in the education process.

The United States is not serious about education; in fact, we are deliberately dumbing down our children. (www.deliberatelydumbingdown.com). 

Consider what is going on elsewhere in the world. 

A recent article entitled “Looming Economic Disaster” by Dennis L. Cuddy, Ph.D. points to major problems we face. 

Students in China and India are taking four years of biology, chemistry and physics in addition to algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus with heavy integration of the subjects. 

Your sons and daughters major skills are text/social media messaging and video games. 

Worse yet, we are now sending 70 percent of high school graduates to college. 

What is special about college if 70 percent attend? 

The graduates come out with $100,000 of more in debt or else the taxpayers get stuck with the bill. 

What business does government have providing college educations for our children? 

The recent Health Care bill even had a provision in it taking student loans away from the banks. 

The College Education Industry (our public/private schools plus the colleges) has brainwashed us into thinking that if we go to college, we will make One Million more in income over a lifetime. 

The reality is that some will, but most won’t. The jobs paying the projected wages will not be there. 

Before you send your children to college, you might want to watch the video, College Conspiracy on YouTube.

Our economy is falling apart. We can’t compete with prison, forced or child labor in the Asian countries. 

Dr. Cuddy points to a recent CNN report which states that “manufacturing employment in the U.S. computer industry is actually lover in 2010 than it was in 1975.” 

The United States must be brought down for a world government, as envisioned by Zbigniew Brzezinski (an advisor to President Obama) and fellow Trilateralist David Rockefeller, in his “Memoirs” (2002) to come about. 

Do you think the idea of “One World” is only an idea held to by just a few “elites?” 

How then do you explain the U.S. Conference of Mayors endorsing the Earth Charter on June 25, 2001? 

The Earth Charter (Agenda 21, etc.) has a goal of promoting “the equitable distribution of wealth within nations and among nations.” 

That sounds like it was taken right out of Socialist doctrine and the Communist Manifesto to me. 

Some top economists say we are currently in the early stages of an inflationary depression that started in February 2009. 

This is not the same type of depression we had in the 1930s, which was a deflationary depression. 

Our situation today is likely to become far more serious unless we take immediate drastic action to turn things around.

The IMF predicted in April that China will surpass our economy in 2016, and the Chinese are now dumping American dollars as they see us on the way down. 

There are secret meetings going on with finance ministers and central banks of Russia, China, Japan and Brazil to work on a new currency, possibly something like “the Phoenix” pictured on the Jan. 9, 1988 cover of The Economist. 

Targets for a new world currency (and world socialist government) appear to be around 2018. 

Freedom loving Americans have work to do or we won’t even make it to 2018. 

Presidential Brief 10 – Sarah Palin’s bus, plastered with a mock-up of the U.S. Constitution, speeds through red lights in New England, but liberal democrats, including Howard Dean, are hoping Republicans put up this error prone circus lady on the ticket. She even got mixed up explaining Paul Revere’s ride. 

Former Senator Rick Santorum (PA) kicked off his official campaign Monday on ABC Good Morning America. 

Unfortunately, it is a “Bad Morning for America,” as Santorum is another establishment candidate with a few “social wedge issues” such as being pro-life but also pro-war (death), torture and has deceived conservatives before. 

No conservative Republican could support Herman Cain, who naturally is against  Federal Reserve audits, since free markets are incompatible with crony capitalism and Fed intervention or bailouts. 

Of course, Cain also is pro-war, and pro-empire to enrich our financial masters while destroying our economy. 

Jon Huntsman, former Governor of Utah, is skipping Iowa, but planning on NH, SC and FL. 

Huntsman is no friend of the Constitution, having been a big mover for various con-con calls. More later.


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William Hull 06/11/2011 11:27:53
"She even got mixed up explaining Paul Revere’s ride."

Would you please explain in detail?
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