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Deega
19th October 2010, 22:07
Hi All Avalonians, visitors,

Here is a very interesting article by author Andrew Gavin Marshall reporting on what to expect economically in the near future for our modern societies..., what a challenge if this happens.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=viewArticle&code=MAR20101018&articleId=21504

How do we go about trying..., to put pressure on decisions makers....?, such that we are not all caught up losing our social benefits, governments handing down services to be managed by private corporations and getting us more in debts...!, and control by the bankers...!, challenging, isn't...!

All my blessings.

Deega

JoshERTW
20th October 2010, 10:27
When millions of people in the US realize they no longer have to pay their mortgages because the banks don't have the paperwork saying they (the banks) are the rightful owners, thats when the economy is gonna be doomed. Well, just the banks and investment firms and anything tied up in those.

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See this post: http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?6538-Rumours-aside-something-big-is-about-to-happen

Snowbird
20th October 2010, 12:10
Global Research is one source that I normally trust. They really perform their homework. Thanks for posting this information.

We have heard, we have read, we feel, we know that something of a global nature is about to hit the fan. For some, it will be devastating but for others, who understand the what and the why, we will sit and view the goings-on knowing that what is happening around us must happen for true change to occur. The economic beast that was established well over a century ago was formed for the purpose of this global come-down. It was established for totalitarian global control.

We must go through this in order to exit the other side. There exists a very bright light at the end of this extremely dark tunnel.

Lost Soul
20th October 2010, 12:24
Thank you for an excellent read. It really ties all the strings together starting with the Federal Reserve banking system, the IMF, the International Bank of Settlement, Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations.

conk
20th October 2010, 14:02
It's like the teacher and his experiment on socialism. To prove that socialism was a poor construct, he initiated a new grading scheme in his class. He averaged the grades and everyone got the same grade. The good kids grumbled and the lazy kids rejoiced. The first time everyone got a B. The incentive to study eroded. "Why study when I can be lazy too and get a B"? Next test everyone got a C, then a D, then all Fs. With no one studying everyone failed.

Handouts by governements encourage the same attitude. "Why work when I can get it free from the government"? Soon no one contributes and nothing is produced. System fail.

Kulapops
2nd November 2010, 00:14
Funny.. I just read this article and was about to post it. Then I thought I'd do a search first and found your thread. (Avalon might be a lot smaller indeed and easier to fly around if everyone did this lol )

Very interesting. Very long. The conclusion is good though if you don't have time because you are , say, packing your grab bag right now.

Two interesting points for me:

1. Is it the Dennis Healey ? Him of the bushy eyebrows ? I find it amazing that someone who was the butt of so many 70's and 80's entertainer's jokes is somehow working for 'Dr Evil' as it were.

2. A lot of articles say.. we mustn't 'allow' this to happen... stop globalism etc. And I really think that is wishful thinking. When you don't set policy, 'allowing' others to set policy would almost seem to be the default position.

So What are we to do then to stop this 'allowing' from going on?
Demonstrate ? Like, that has clearly been shown to work (not). I'm sure there are a few French protesters right now who are wishing they had medical cover to mend their broken noses along with a pension plan...
Don't comply when someone in a position of authority asks you to do something? Yeah, right. See 1) above...
Talk about how they're getting away with it. Yep. Doing that one, some more than others. Noticing a change in policy yet ? Didn't think so....
Write to your MP/Congressman Maybe that works in Mr Smith goes to Washington.. but I'm not sure it does any good writing to our lot. Their too busy filling in weird expense claims for duck islands.

We got parking meters where I live, and I don't remember asking for them, or being involved in that decision. Was even asked if we wanted a Mayor. I said 'no'. Guess what ? We got one.

So as you can see, I'm as guilty of 'allowing' as the next guy/gal .... but these guys can write clever articles about global governance, I don't see a clever solution to halting it. I think the Beautfiul green film came the closest to the non allowing (funny that that's a french film , don't you think ??? Maybe they'll save the world after all!)

Personally I'm going for positive quantum change myself (kulapops all rights reserved :) ). That's the only change that makes any (wierd) sense.

Until that happens, allowing will continue.

K

Deega
2nd November 2010, 16:03
Very interesting. Very long. The conclusion is good though if you don't have time because you are , say, packing your grab bag right now.

Two interesting points for me:

1. Is it the Dennis Healey ? Him of the bushy eyebrows ? I find it amazing that someone who was the butt of so many 70's and 80's entertainer's jokes is somehow working for 'Dr Evil' as it were.

2. A lot of articles say.. we mustn't 'allow' this to happen... stop globalism etc. And I really think that is wishful thinking. When you don't set policy, 'allowing' others to set policy would almost seem to be the default position.

So What are we to do then to stop this 'allowing' from going on?
Demonstrate ? Like, that has clearly been shown to work (not). I'm sure there are a few French protesters right now who are wishing they had medical cover to mend their broken noses along with a pension plan...
Don't comply when someone in a position of authority asks you to do something? Yeah, right. See 1) above...
Talk about how they're getting away with it. Yep. Doing that one, some more than others. Noticing a change in policy yet ? Didn't think so....
Write to your MP/Congressman Maybe that works in Mr Smith goes to Washington.. but I'm not sure it does any good writing to our lot. Their too busy filling in weird expense claims for duck islands.

We got parking meters where I live, and I don't remember asking for them, or being involved in that decision. Was even asked if we wanted a Mayor. I said 'no'. Guess what ? We got one.

So as you can see, I'm as guilty of 'allowing' as the next guy/gal .... but these guys can write clever articles about global governance, I don't see a clever solution to halting it. I think the Beautfiul green film came the closest to the non allowing (funny that that's a french film , don't you think ??? Maybe they'll save the world after all!)

Personally I'm going for positive quantum change myself (kulapops all rights reserved :) ). That's the only change that makes any (wierd) sense.

Until that happens, allowing will continue.

K

Thanks Kulapops, here is a few comments.


Funny.. I just read this article and was about to post it. Then I thought I'd do a search first and found your thread. (Avalon might be a lot smaller indeed and easier to fly around if everyone did this lol )

Yeah!, do that often, but at times, rushed by time, agenda, goes forward to see that there was a similar one. Yes!, the Avalon Search Engine work pretty well indeed!

You mentioned Dennis Healey - may you elaborate here, I don't follow you...?

And you are right, "allowing" have been going on for decades. The only way "allowing" isn't tolerated anymore is when the great majority of people in a society has a manifest opposite view on the government position!, are we there yet, since it a world wide thing, the population concerned are fractured and I think as you do that "allowing" will continued.

I liked your Positive Quantum Change...!

All my blessings.

Deega