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All part of the plan?

November 11, 2007

The once almighty dollar is floundering in a sea of inflationary policies orchestrated by the Federal Reserve. The problem is compounded by a government intent on spending without concern over how to pay for its irresponsible addiction to spending. The U.S. national debt is so large that we struggle to make the interest payments without ever paying the principle. Yet our elected officials continue to borrow more money to fund every pet project imaginable.

As the dollar falls to new lows, we’ll soon begin to see higher prices on everything we import from other countries — and these days, that’s almost everything. To be sure, some will continue spending money on things not really needed. The rest of us will make due with what we have, because we can no longer spend as if there is no tomorrow. Don’t you wish your government would try to hold the line on spending?

I read that some folks are paying $5 a gallon for gasoline. I’m thankful that I can still buy gas for less than $3 a gallon. I keep hearing people justifying the price of gas by talking about how much the price of milk has increased over the past x number of years. I must be pretty dumb… I don’t understand the comparison.

This week Senator Hillary Clinton asked the Bush administration to release oil from the strategic petroleum reserve to offset the rising cost of gasoline and heating oil. She wants to be president and yet she doesn’t understand that the purpose of the strategic petroleum reserve is to provide fuel for continuity of operations of the U.S. government in the event of a cut-off of oil supplies. But… considering the shrinking value of the dollar, this is a particularly bad time to be topping off the reserve.

Speaking of oil supplies and the price at the pump… Every day you hear someone in our government complaining about our dependency on foreign oil for our nation’s energy needs. Isn’t it time we start building a few new refineries here in this country, start drilling for oil in coastal waters and in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).  Contact your Congress critters and demand some action!

Now for the real purpose of this missive… an article by Hal Lindey over on WorldNetDaily caught my eye. He theorizes that perhaps the undoing of the dollar may well be directly related to the creation of the North American Union. I have to admit that I’ve been watching (with no small amount of anxiety) the actions  taken by non-governmental entities aimed at pushing the Security and Prosperity Partnership plan.

I can’t say that the fall of the dollar is related to the NAU, but it is an interesting theory. The only thing I can say with conviction is that the Trilateral Commission, the Bilderbergs and the Council on Foreign Relations don’t operate for the benefit of the “common man.” Whenever and wherever they are involved, there is a dire need for watchfulness and skepticism.

Many years ago, Woody Guthrie wrote and sang a song about who this country belongs to. Read the lyrics and remember them. Don’t be afraid to let your voice be heard!

Until next time,

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. November 12, 2007 5:37 am

    Well written chosun1

    My humble studies and contributions about the SPP or North American Union are at

    We Canadians who are informed don’t want this integration (takeover)
    and most informed Canadians are upset at our leaders who seem to be selling out Canada relating to resources and sovereignty

    We (informed) view the association with the U.S. as a liability now, for example we used to have a military that was used as a peacekeeping force and were proud of that… Now that has changed and our military is being used for an agressive invading force due to the association we have with the U.S. and the fact that American troops can come up here anytime they wish in a military role under the new NORTHCOM agreement… The S.P.P. (NAU) is being used to control us militarily, economically, and politically with the help of our elected leaders…

    A lot of us are upset about that

    The problem is that both the Liberals and Conservatives seem to have the same view about it and there is only the Canadian Action Party and the New Democratic Party opposed to it

    Neither one has a snowballs chance in hell of being elected to govern

    We started to warn Canadians of about the Americans slow takeover of Canada in the 60’s and no-one listened then and they are not listening now

    Now that the NAU has been brought to the forefront in the news not by the Media but by activists opposed to it – I fear it is too late because the integration has been happening slowly one concession and law passed over the last 60 or so years, for some of us this is no surprise

    This is not a conspiracy at all this is pre-meditated aggression

  2. chosun1 permalink*
    November 20, 2007 10:35 pm

    I’m afraid you are right about it being too late to derail the train. Here’s an article you may find of interest…
    I’m not one to embrace conspiracy theories, but the writing is on the wall on this one. The premediated aggression you speak of is all aimed at moving us to a one-world government.

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