Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Musings From the Edge of The Fiscal Cliff

Obama to jump shark yet again with "Fiscal Cliff" deal
"Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact.  Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth."

-Marcus Aurelius  

The only way for the tyranny to stop will be when the people finally conclude that government has done enough.  Most people, if not all, will finally realize that government has failed miserably and can only fail miserably in the future.  The best thing they can do for themselves, their loved ones, and their fellow neighbors would be to stop authorizing government to make decisions of any kind. 

Tim Geithner owns
Chinese kids in hoops, 2010
As all the discussion within the corporate media focuses on the "fiscal cliff," the duty of  The National Pulse is to remind its faithful readers that regardless of semantics and metaphorical allusions, the entire financial system is a made-up game of pre-determined winners and losers.  The printers of the debt notes know exactly what priorities are being satisfied in the zero-sum charade of domination.  This simple fact is why little Timmy Geithner, the acting U.S. Treasury Secretary, was laughed at in China in 2009 when he tried to assure an audience of Chinese students that assets in the United States' markets were solvent and safe.

Around the world, where poverty is an all-too-real reality, it is understood that exploitative economic policies always end in disaster.  No amount of Black Friday sales, Veterans' Day sob fests, or expensive Fourth of July fireworks displays can change the seeds the Federal Reserve has sown with their destructive monetary policy.

What is the Fiscal Cliff?

The Fiscal Cliff is the name that has been given to the discussion regarding the squeezing of people into poverty by the Federal Reserve, IRS, and the gang families that control the world governments.  The Democrats want the "rich" to pay more taxes or, "their fair share."  The Republicans want to "cut the spending."  Ironically, they'll all get what they want since the whole charade is contrived to get the people to accept greater control and intrusion into their lives.

El Capitan, Yosemite National Park; as seen from the
valley floor

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