Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Dylan Ratigan Goes Ballistic – The United States Is Being Destroyed By Banking Corruption And Massive Political Fraud From Both Parties

A friend just sent me this.  Finally, someone in the mainstream media hits a homerun out of the ballpark.  Go Dylan go!   Although I must say something.  The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.  WTF does Dylan invite these absof8ckinglutely clueless political consultants on his show to talk about a problem they created?  And then listen to them day after day bitch and snipe and carp at the blame game of Republicans versus Democrats?  Send these dipshits packing.  Dylan, you need to get your stuff together and invite a new panel.  A panel of people who understand how to solve problems and who actually understand economics and monetary theory.   How how about some engineers, the world’s problem solvers, who understand economics, capital production, human development, public banking and monetary theory.  :)   Haha.  I kid.

The president uniquely has the bully pulpit to tell the American people directly how systemically corrupt the system is because the media treats him or her as a king or queen. (Although it is truly the law-making branch or Congress that wields the power in Washington if we actually had some leaders in Congress.)  

We wrote years ago that Obama had a unique opportunity to bypass the Congress and go directly to the American people to expose and solve the fraud and corruption that is pervasive in Washington but that Obama blew it.  He is beholden to the status quo.   Both Teddy and Franklin Roosevelt understood the power of the bully pulpit for transformational change that served democracy. 

Interestingly, Dylan just lobbied for a public banking system.  Ahem, that is exactly what have we been lobbying for. 

Private banking will NEVER serve democracy.  NEVER.  N-E-V-E-R.  I don’t give a shit whether it is backed by gold or moon rocks or all of the money ever created.  Gold is yesterday’s news as it pertains to money.  It is a ancient relic of the status quo.  Those who advocate it are right to want to see change but clueless about how to create a democratic economy, a banking system that serves human development or of what the use of money should be within a democracy.  Period.  No ifs, ands or buts.

posted by TimingLogic at 11:28 AM