Friday, March 13, 2009

Conversations on Friday the 13th Part Deux: One More in November 2009! :-P


5 Facts About Friday the 13th – Thu Mar 12, 12:30 pm ET

If Friday the 13th is unlucky, then 2009 is an unusually unlucky year. This week's Friday the 13th is one of three to endure this year.

The first came last month. The next is in November. Such a rare triple-threat occurs only once every 11 years.


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Sujet: more divide and conquor crap (recession stressin')

there's no easy way out of this, but it will take a little thinking about what we're being put into to figure it out, otherwise we're screwed.

as part of their timeless divide and conquor strategy, the bad guys at the top will pit different groups in the population against each other.

we'll see how much money we're each making, then we'll complain about each other, then we'll reduce each other's wages, then we'll go broke.

that's why there's no solution other than fighting the new world order, all the rest just keep us fighting with each other, by-design, as we can see.

no worries, this is just the beginning of the roller-coaster and we're about to be taken down hard, everyone can feel it, so we've gotta feel solutions too.

peace be peace...


p.s. incidentally, if you want a detailed explanation of this and what's happening in 20 minutes, i recommend checking out this short interview.

Black Krishna on The Jeff Farias Show - 24/Feb/09

A discussion about politics, economics, culture, community and how to save the world.

22 mins 16 secs

28 mins 25 secs (Intro & Outro Music)


Sujet: sure, and it's $1 an hour somewhere else... (worse)

there's an overall push to destroy our living standards with the "sustainable development" agenda, global economic collapse and more. the elite want to get us used to saying that other people make too much money and complain about it instead of helping more people become middle-class. they're the same ones responsible for investing only in countries that screw their people, or that work them to death for pennies an hour.

we're in the "future" or "21st century" that's promised progress for decades, so the idea that "we've had it too good" and "we need to sacrifice" is ridiculous. we have the technology and resources to produce more than what we're being offered, including 500 year old "windmills" as the latest thing for our energy needs. we're also being told that we need to "cut back" instead of telling our leaders to "cut the crap" like we should.

if we keep this up we'll turn into a third world nation where we accept the idea that cheap labour is the most important thing a company could ask for, including us working cheaply. that's the problem with "globalization", it turns the whole world into a market for cheap labour and cheap goods. if they succeed, then canada will look a lot like china, or india, with 10 - 20% of the population middle-class or rich and 80% dirt poor.

the economy of those countries was built by the west and they're sold as role models for the world.

that's why the elite get us to have certain conversations and a certain understanding of reality.

accepting their narrative has lead to a world full of injustice and the brink of global economic collapse.

we need to stop, each one of us, and help others understand that arguing for our own slavery is stupid.



Sujet: what's better is a better option (than slavery)

no worries dawg, we live in a fascist economic culture so that's what we're supposed to say, but when you or your mom's is working for pennies an hour here, then you'll see why it sucks over there too.

do we have to just "agree" to this idea?

aren't we "humans" better than that?

shouldn't we "try" to be?

anyway, just "think" about what i'm saying for a second, you'll have plenty of time to think the way you do about people and even worse in the next few months, hopefully this'll offset some of the impact.


p.s. i'm not a communist or whatever, i'm just saying that enslaving people and telling them that's the best they should hope for is a mistake, and so is repeating it over and over again thanks to the media (etc.) doing the same. if we believe in what we're saying we'll accept slavery. shitty.


Sujet: no problem man (sort of) (maybe)

look homeboy,

we're cool, at least as far as i'm concerned.

i'm just trying to get you to keep your money and to stop repeating stuff that will take everything you own and everything everybody else owns, so forgive me, it's going to be different than the "we need to sacrifice!" stuff being promoted in the media while banks are getting trillions of dollars...

U.S. Taxpayers Risk $9.7 Trillion on Bailouts as Senate Votes

By Mark Pittman and Bob Ivry

Feb. 9 (Bloomberg) -- The stimulus package the U.S. Congress is completing would raise the government’s commitment to solving the financial crisis to $9.7 trillion, enough to pay off more than 90 percent of the nation’s home mortgages.

the problem with your logic is that it results in us destroying ourselves with what we say. who told us to say what we say? you know as well as i do the media did. who owns them? corporations. the same ones poisoning our food, air, water, minds, bodies and souls? yes, the same ones. have they been treating us well so far? see the previous question.

now, it's really, really, really simple:

the solution is de-centralized power and honest money.

that would take care of everything.

there's a long-ass explanation, but basically it wouldn't allow global corporations to rape us and tell us they love us at the same time, because countries who are no longer part of international agreements (GATT, WTO) that force them to do what corporations want, would be able to say no.

or states, or provinces, or cities, or people.

this is not a fairytale, it's how it was for years.

if the u.s. constitution was enforced it would still be.

that's why it's still the guaranteed rights model worldwide.

of course countries don't obey it, but forgetting they should is worse.

the reason we forget we have rights and control is the biggest problem.

the honest money is needed because the people who print money out of thin air use it to buy control over the world, or the central banksters. if it was jesus doing it then maybe i'd have no problem, but if it's the same people forcing 3 billion people to live on less than $2 a day, it's an issue.

of course...

we don't live in this world yet, but you mentioned an "ideal world" and i'm telling you what moves us farther and farther away from it: listening to and believing in the same people that fucked it all up.

as long as we continue to believe their crap instead of "think" instead, they'll take us on a merry ride towards our own slavery while making us feel smart for being able to explain it. i think that's stupid.

keep in mind the same people selling the solution are the same ones who caused the problem, so we should call these liars and fools out to back 'em off, otherwise our "economics class" lovin' asses are screwed.

there you go.

below is a short canadian animated film on how money works, it's a classic and a lot of people have woken up to the source of our problems.

i can recommend more if you'd like, just let me know.

the bottom line is the more we argue with each other the less with argue with "them", or the banks, financiers and other ponzi-schemers that caused the recession and the only people making tons of money off it.

the biggest buildings in any city in the world are bank buildings too.

it's nothing personal, it's just the way they conduct business that pisses me off, but only because i know about it. i'm no different from anyone else.

as soon as others find out they're pissed-off too, especially because like everything else new that we learn, it's obvious once we figure it out.

it's no big deal, we have the info and one shot at this, good luck.


Money As Debt

47 mins


Sujet: aw crap... (oops)

oh well,

okay, you can be right, i won't bother arguing with you anymore.

some people can learn new stuff, some people can't.

that's just the way it is.


stupid brainwashing.

i hate this crap.

it turns nice people into fascists when they could be questioning what they believe and learning something new. it used to be seen as a good idea.

we have access to thousands of years of history and analysis to finally win against the idea of "kings" or anyone else controlling our lives. soon.

i mean...

it's not like the germans were "right" for agreeing to follow hitler, and they were the smartest and most industrialized nation on earth.

the commie russians and chinese were really smart.

some bush/cheney supporters were smart.

and most obama supporters are smart.

they just chose or choose not to listen.

while there are lots of people and ideas in the world, ignoring rich and powerful people and blaming mother nature is the biggest joke of all time.

thanks! :-)

the "micro" decisions include questioning the information we receive, if we don't then we're robots running programs given to us by... whom?

if we decide as individuals to "think" instead of "follow orders" then we'll think about who gives us orders, or who wants us to think in certain ways.

no worries, i don't want to offend anybody, but i also don't want to be called a fool or a liar by anybody, so forgive me if we agree to disagree.

the stuff i've written here makes perfect sense, it's just different than what's normally said. since we live in a world full of lies: truth is different.

good luck with your unquestioning trust in all the big institutions that failed us so far. personally i think it's a good idea to question authority.



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