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WAS AMERICA SOLD? Check out Ex. Order 12803. I dare you!

In 1992, George H.W. Bush signed Executive Order 12803, which gave D.C. the authority to sell America’s infrastructure. They called this authority “Infrastructure Privatization.” E.O. 12803 tells us this power cleared the way for the “disposition or transfer of an infrastructure “asset” such as by sale or by long-term lease from a State or local government to a private party.”

E.O. 12803 also lists examples of America’s saleable and/or lease-able infrastructure:

• Roads
• Tunnels
• Bridges
• Electricity supply facilities
• Mass transit
• Rail transportation
• Airports
• Ports
• Waterways
• Recycling/wastewater treatment facilities
• Solid waste disposal facilities
• Hospitals
• Prisons
• Schools
• Housing

E.O. 12803 tells us that this list represents infrastructure “examples.” Let us, therefore, assume that this is not the complete list of America’s saleable infrastructure. However, this list is a stunning confession.

Notice that all items listed in 12803 are the very same infrastructure items listed in all Martial Law Executive Orders (see here). Martial Law kicks in to power during declared states of emergency and with the single signature of the president. Strangely (and ignorantly), we currently have multiple declared states of emergency:

• Act of March 9, 1933, a declared state of emergency at the request of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. This state of emergency was never lifted.

• Global pandemic - Level 6
• Mortgage/housing crisis
• Banking/lending crisis
• Automobile industry crisis
• Insurance industry crisis
• Healthcare crisis
• Southwestern border crisis
• Black market drug crisis
• National education crisis
• Nature/global warming crisis
• Jobs/unemployment crisis
• On-going weather and forest fire crises
• Extreme and unread congressional legislation crisis due to on-going crises

What are the odds of complete and total social and “natural” crisis in every single facet of our lives and all at the same time? I will tell you how it was accomplished with simple math:

Federal Reserve System + Politicians + Tell-A-Vision = Assembly Line Crises. It is called the Hegelian Dialectic Show.

Everything in the country, including the current planet-sized medical emergency, is in crisis. So enters Martial Law.

Think of our president’s promises to “change” the country and to fix the economy (which the Federal Reserve and Congress destroyed) by rebuilding America’s infrastructure, including “21st Century schools” and by greening-up our living standards and conditions (International Code Council, Carbon Credits, Waxman-Markey Climate Bill, etc.) - minus, of course, privately owned land and homes (Agenda 21). In the last six months, consider the massive growth of the Federal Government, the national debt, and the powers of the Federal Reserve Central Banking System - all with stated intentions of fixing the economy that they single-handedly destroyed - and fixing it with “infrastructure” projects.

As Martial Law militarily guards all of E.O. 12803’s infrastructure as listed in the Order, and with homeland paramilitary armies holding practice drills with foreign armies, local law enforcement, and emergency responders all across the nation (and with a big drill planned July 27th through July 31st in FEMA Region 6),

And with all public schools, private schools, and universities forced to have “lock-down policies” and to be forced-used as quarantine holding tanks, and with all Americans having been repeatedly told to prepare for an emergency (meaning an emergency that will bring Martial Law into the full light of day, which the “drills“ have clearly done),

AND the very same infrastructures listed in Executive Order 12803 are also listed in all Martial Law Executive Orders, and all these infrastructures having been for sale, lease-able, or having been sold during the last 17 years- including our children’s schools, our hospitals, and our homes - I suggest to you that you are witnessing Central Banking Debt Magic at its finest moment. Wouldn’t you love to know how much money has been made by selling our nation to the highest bidders?

Let us review:

1. The country’s infrastructure has been for sale for 17 years. Roads, tunnels, bridges, electricity supply facilities, mass transit, rail transportation, airports, ports, waterways, water supply facilities, recycling/wastewater facilities, solid waste facilities, prisons, hospitals, schools, and housing -- this being of “examples” of saleable infrastructure and not the entire list of saleable items according to E.O. 12803--so the question begs: What exactly has been sold to “private parties in our nation? We would like to see the complete list. We know that many highway systems have been sold to foreign countries, but what of the other listed items? Have they been sold as well?

If so, who owns them, and more to the question, which D.C. department sold them and for how much? Did the Federal Reserve and Congress sell our nation? Where is the paperwork? Did they repay any of America’s debt that they purposefully created with their pyramid fiat money lending schemes? And why are they still raising our taxes if America is no longer America but belongs to foreign nations or “private parties?” Since the Federal Reserve is a “private” corporation, did the Fed buy any of America’s infrastructure “assets?”

As American “housing” is on 12803’s list, and since D.C. recently took over the mortgage industry, has the housing market been sold and/or leased to a “private party” like a foreign nation or the Federal Reserve Corporation? Are the American people tenants to unknown parties? Are American children occupying foreign-owned schools, and are our loved ones lying in foreign hospitals that are clearly chock-full of foreign doctors? Equally, who, exactly, is financing the building of 21st Century schools and classrooms complete with foreign curricula? The questions beg: who are the foreigners....the foreigners or the American people?

More to the point, who is dissolving, partitioning, and/or divvying up our nation? Is it Obama? Geithner? Bernacke? Bushes? Clintons? FDR? Wilson? American morons?

It would seem that we are preparing for the Big Transfer - the transfer of our nation to and beneath a new authority or several new authorities. It now makes a great deal of sense why foreign troops have been cross-training with our new paramilitary systems, and yes, there are foreign troops on American soil, which I fear may not be American soil at all. Equally, multiculturalism suddenly makes a great deal of sense. I believe we can call it “behavior modification” so that we the stupid people will behave and be obedient under the new rules of new and foreign leaders.

I ask you, has our nation been sold out from under us, and without our knowledge? Could there be any other possible explanation for selling the most critical components of our country, while at the same time creating new, multicultural and cross-trained armies; permanently bankrupting the nation and selling its debt to foreign countries, and having Martial Law orders written specifically to protect the sold “assets” of our nation--including our schools and homes? Are America’s new owners to be protected by new Martial Law armies, cross-trained with foreign armies, while our “traditional” military is spread all over the planet - except here with its nation’s people? Are we being transferred to new ownership as we speak?

Consider:

Washington D.C. debts were sold to foreign nations.

• Washington D.C. = politicians
• Debts = Federal Reserve Central (Fiat) Banking
• Sold = Wall Street

Is it not realistic to think that big league politicians, bankers, and CEOs are loyal to no nation when they were massively enriched by internationalized banking, internationalized trade, absurd and illegal taxation, and by interest rates forced upon the people of this nation, while at the same time selling our nation to other central banks around the world and “private parties” - and for personal profit? Truth is, they sold the infrastructure first, and then they sold we the people as tax generators and life-long human resources to their global banking and business partners in crime.

What is the crime, you ask? The Federal Reserve, which is a piece of a global banking cartel, and their politicians and CEO partners who made counterfeiting and Ponzi/pyramid schemes legalized theft on continental scales. Your country is 1) not your country and, 2) not what you thought it was for at least 100 years. You are going to have to seek God’s grace(if you so choose) to be relieved from the bitterness of that truth. Today, we don’t know under whose authority we live, but Washington, D.C. and the Federal Reserve do know.

PDF for Executive Order 12803:

www.channelingreality.com/Documents/Executive_Order_12803.pdf
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  • Linda J Hutchinson 2009/07/05 00:26:30
    Linda J Hutchinson
    +10
    We might be truly amazed at "who" makes up the satanic Illuminati/Bilderberg/Fed. One of the many reasons it's so hard to wake people up. I'm sure we only know the names of about 5% of them. Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Bernanke, all presidents since Ike, most of the world's billionaires, even world-renown so-called religious leaders.

    Many believe 9/11 was an inside job. I believe they have the capability to set off whatever firepower they need to get satan's work done. Diversions, all, most likely.

    They plan to annihilate 5.5 billion of us globally for "sustainability". That's where Agenda 21 comes in. The railroad spurs are being built to transport those chosen to be allowed to live--as slaves.

    These satanists are at work around the world. The same laws being passed here in the U.S. are being mandated in other countries.

    Some days I feel like a broken record. I keep saying the same things...

    Research while we still have access to the internet. Google, "Rothschild", "Rockefeller", "Bilderberg", "FEMA camps", "Center for Disease Control", "Illuminati", "Federal Reserve".

    Thomas Jefferson was aware of the moneychangers in the temples, which is why he left us with so many quotes that apply today.

    Those presidents who refused to be a puppet of the Rothschilds et al: Lincoln, Garfield, Kennedy,...
    We might be truly amazed at "who" makes up the satanic Illuminati/Bilderberg/Fed. One of the many reasons it's so hard to wake people up. I'm sure we only know the names of about 5% of them. Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Bernanke, all presidents since Ike, most of the world's billionaires, even world-renown so-called religious leaders.

    Many believe 9/11 was an inside job. I believe they have the capability to set off whatever firepower they need to get satan's work done. Diversions, all, most likely.

    They plan to annihilate 5.5 billion of us globally for "sustainability". That's where Agenda 21 comes in. The railroad spurs are being built to transport those chosen to be allowed to live--as slaves.

    These satanists are at work around the world. The same laws being passed here in the U.S. are being mandated in other countries.

    Some days I feel like a broken record. I keep saying the same things...

    Research while we still have access to the internet. Google, "Rothschild", "Rockefeller", "Bilderberg", "FEMA camps", "Center for Disease Control", "Illuminati", "Federal Reserve".

    Thomas Jefferson was aware of the moneychangers in the temples, which is why he left us with so many quotes that apply today.

    Those presidents who refused to be a puppet of the Rothschilds et al: Lincoln, Garfield, Kennedy, Reagan. Notice anything in common here?
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  • Kane Fernau 2009/07/17 13:34:29
    Kane Fernau
    Masons
  • explorer1618 2009/07/17 12:34:43
    explorer1618
    I believe Lindas comment is true and W.Bush just helped it along including the Iraq war. But who is really to blame ?
    Our own elected goverment officials but NO ONES PERFECT !
  • morning... explore... 2009/07/17 14:19:02
    morning40oz~mad as hell
    +3
    Our government is a sham. Who is really to blame??? This goshdamn public, that's who!
  • explore... morning... 2009/07/17 15:16:38
    explorer1618
    +1
    Right ! We the people who elected them !
  • Ihr Hase ~ Radix Libertas 2009/07/17 07:06:01
    Ihr Hase ~ Radix Libertas
    I shared it off site for you Morning... but I am not going to say I told you so....
  • morning... Ihr Has... 2009/07/17 14:18:19
    morning40oz~mad as hell
    +3
    You don't have to. I know this government was actually sold out from under us long before Daddy Bush, but I am trying to get these flag-waving, card-carrying Republicans for the sake of Republicans to understand that neither the Republican nor Democrat party are a party of the people.

    If people were to really dig for the truth, they would see we have been lied to for decades. I don't think most people have a clue as to how ugly the truth actually is. All of our claims to be anti-Communist and our government has bent over backwards to capitulate, fund, and pave the way for just about every Communist government this and last century to take over.

    How many military, NASA, Supreme Court, and government officials speaking of a governing presence that supercedes our own government before people actually get it? Our government is a sham!!!
  • lslsttn 2009/07/17 05:25:45
    lslsttn
    +2
    "In the United States, $50 billion to $85 billion of the $787 billion economic stimulus package has been earmarked toward infrastructure spending."

    (From Jay's comment below)

    Okay, here's what I'm thinking right now: If 1/8th of the economic stimulus package has been earmarked toward infrastructure spending and infrastructure builders = foreign nations/rulers/companies, then the administration and congress is actually aiding and abetting in the foreign takeover of our Land.

    Okay. That has to stop. Congress needs to pull that law and start all over immediately. No summer vacation this year, guys. You don't have time. And someone call Obama, for pete's sake. What is wrong with these people. Surely they knew they weren't going to get by with this?
  • Diane T lslsttn 2009/07/17 17:13:44
    Diane T
    +1
    Treason? Or as us homeowners have to maintain our property do"they" have to maintain the infrastructure? Same thing treason
  • lslsttn Diane T 2009/07/17 17:42:02
    lslsttn
    +1
    Yes. That is Treason in my book and needs to be stopped. The founders capitalized the word, Land, if I remember correctly.
  • Alien Ramone 2009/07/17 05:21:14
    Alien Ramone
    +2
    I knew that the NAFTA Superhighway that is being built and its toll booths were owned by Spain, but I didn't realize that the entire infrastructure of the country could end up being owned by other countries. How could something as significant as selling the country's infrastructure be allowed by an executive order? Wouldn't it be great to see someone like Ron Paul get elected, so that those kind of executive orders could be instantly rescinded?
  • morning... Alien R... 2009/07/17 14:22:47
    morning40oz~mad as hell
    +2
    The same way, I suppose, that GW was able to make an agreement, without Congressional approval to surrender our powers to the UN in case of flu pandemic. The same way he was able to sign the Security and Prosperity Partnership agreement with Canada and Mexico which will eventually eliminate US sovereignty. The same way Obama has over 50 Czars that are answerable ONLY to him and not Congress. This government is a sham.

    Have you watched C-Span lately? Actually, I know you have. There are no more legal, Constitutional rules of engagement in passing a bill anymore.
  • Jay 2009/07/17 05:10:48
    Jay
    +2
    Maybe this is what this blog is talking about.

    May 24, 2009
    Ventures
    Turning the Infrastructure Into Profits
    By VIVIAN MARINO
    WANT to buy a bridge, or at least invest in a company that builds one? (No, that bridge is still not for sale.)

    As they search for better returns, more investors are discovering that the road to riches could lie in the vast global infrastructure: an assortment of companies that build or manage highways and tunnels, water and waste systems, parking garages, airports and other properties. These rather obscure investments offer predictable cash flow, largely impervious to economic and market fluctuations.

    Big institutions like pension funds are putting money into private funds and looking into direct investments in projects. But even individual investors are finding a number of options, many of them fairly new, through private equity funds, separately managed accounts and limited partnerships, along with exchange-traded and mutual funds.

    There are also shares of infrastructure-related companies, including businesses involved in public works projects and suppliers of building materials. And industry analysts say it’s only a matter of time before infrastructure real estate investment trusts are formed.

    Money managers say demand is rising. “There’s a ...





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    May 24, 2009
    Ventures
    Turning the Infrastructure Into Profits
    By VIVIAN MARINO
    WANT to buy a bridge, or at least invest in a company that builds one? (No, that bridge is still not for sale.)

    As they search for better returns, more investors are discovering that the road to riches could lie in the vast global infrastructure: an assortment of companies that build or manage highways and tunnels, water and waste systems, parking garages, airports and other properties. These rather obscure investments offer predictable cash flow, largely impervious to economic and market fluctuations.

    Big institutions like pension funds are putting money into private funds and looking into direct investments in projects. But even individual investors are finding a number of options, many of them fairly new, through private equity funds, separately managed accounts and limited partnerships, along with exchange-traded and mutual funds.

    There are also shares of infrastructure-related companies, including businesses involved in public works projects and suppliers of building materials. And industry analysts say it’s only a matter of time before infrastructure real estate investment trusts are formed.

    Money managers say demand is rising. “There’s a tremendous amount of interest right now; a lot of investors have noticed strong attributes of infrastructure investing,” said Jay L. Rosenberg, the portfolio manager for the First American Global Infrastructure fund, a mutual fund that was rolled out in late 2007 to institutional investors and opened to individuals last summer.

    The Morgan Stanley Global Infrastructure fund was also recently opened to the public after raising $4 billion from institutions and high-net-worth individuals, far exceeding its original target.

    Michael D. Underhill, the chief executive of Capital Innovations, an investment firm in Hartland, Wis., that oversees $2.5 billion in infrastructure-focused investments, says that people are searching for bright spots in an otherwise dim investment climate. “They are evaluating every asset in their portfolio, trying to find ways to generate some performance,” he said. “Sewage and power plants weren’t sexy — now they’re called infrastructure and everyone’s interested in it.”

    Citing data from Standard & Poor’s, Mr. Underhill noted that infrastructure stocks had an annualized return of 10.86 percent from Nov. 30, 2001, through Dec. 31, 2008, versus 0.83 percent, annualized, for common stocks in general and 6.52 percent for bonds.

    Returns, though, have been less than stellar so far this year. Share prices of the First American Global Infrastructure fund, for example, were off 0.6 percent from the first of the year through last Thursday, while the iShares S.& P. Global Infrastructure Index fund, an exchange-traded fund that tracks the S.& P. Global Infrastructure Index, was down about 6 percent.

    Many money managers see infrastructure as a sort of nascent asset class, beyond the realm of commercial real estate. (Also included in the mix are transportation as well as energy and Internet grids.) For the most part, “it has a low correlation to common stocks, bonds and other assets,” said Mr. Underhill, whose first book, “Handbook of Infrastructure Investing,” is scheduled to be published next year by John Wiley & Sons.

    And they see potential for tremendous growth as the need to maintain and improve aging and dilapidated facilities becomes more imperative. A recent report by CIBC World Marketsin Toronto predicts that global spending on infrastructure could reach $35 trillion over the next 20 years.

    “Much of the infrastructure in the developed world was built 40 or 50 years ago, and they have 30-, 40-, or 50-year life spans,” said Craig Noble, a portfolio manager at Brookfield Redding, which focuses on infrastructure. The company runs the Brookfield Redding Global Infrastructure fund, which made its debut last year and is distributed through the AIC Mutual Fund Company.

    In the United States, $50 billion to $85 billion of the $787 billion economic stimulus package has been earmarked toward infrastructure spending.

    Industry experts, however, say that much more is needed to get the country’s bridges, roads and other systems up to acceptable levels. The American Society of Civil Engineers — which this year gave the nation’s infrastructure an overall grade of “D,” unchanged from the last report card, in 2005 — puts that number at $2.2 trillion over the next five years.

    Budgetary constraints and tight credit markets are likely to make financing future projects harder for many states and municipalities. One solution, said Howard Roth, a partner in global real estate at Ernst & Young, is for governments to forge partnerships with the private sector; such arrangements have become commonplace in Australia and Europe, and are only now taking hold in the United States.

    “We’re just in the beginning stages of private capital ownership outside the public sector,” said Mr. Roth, whose firm released a report with the Urban Land Institute calling for improved infrastructure to maintain a competitive edge. “The huge funding gaps that most states have creates a clear economic need for other sources of capital.”

    At the end of last year, there were 15 roads in 10 states in private hands, according to a recent report by the Public Interest Research Group Education Fund, and an additional 79 roads in 25 states are under consideration for some form of privatization.

    Chicago was the first American government entity to lease an existing toll road to private investors. Four years ago, the city agreed to turn over the 7.8-mile Chicago Skyway toll bridge system to a joint venture of the Macquarie Infrastructure Group of Australia and the Spanish company Cintra (short for Cintra Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte) for 99 years in exchange for $1.83 billion. The consortium keeps all toll revenue, and in return, is responsible for maintenance, improvements and other operating costs.

    Cintra has other partnerships, including road projects announced this year — a portion of Interstate 635 in Dallas, and, nearby, a project involving a segment of the North Tarrant Expressway. The Dallas Police and Fire Pension System is an equity partner in those two projects. Cintra was also granted a lease-concession contract for portions of State Highway 130 near Austin, Tex.

    Grupo Ferrovial holds a majority stake in Cintra.

    Many infrastructure funds offered in this country are chock-full of international companies like Cintra. Among the other commonly held holdings is Abertis Infraestructuras, a Spanish company that builds and operates toll roads. The company makes up part of the portfolio of the Kensington Global Infrastructure fund and the iShares S.& P. Global Infrastructure Index Fund, the E.T.F., as does the Transurban Group of Australia, a toll road developer and investor.

    Mr. Rosenberg also favors Transurban. “The company owns assets around the world; they are mature assets, which really provides stability during the downturn,” he said. He likes the French airport operator Aéroports de Paris, and his portfolio includes Digital Realty Trust, a REIT that owns and operates buildings that house data centers, which some consider part of the infrastructure domain.

    Another infrastructure E.T.F., the First Trust ISE Global Engineering & Construction Index fund, meanwhile, includes companies engaged in large public- and private-sector infrastructure projects. The largest holdings include Vinci of France, a building and civil engineering firm; Group ACS (or Actividades de Construcción & Servicios), a Spanish company whose principal activities include the development, construction and management of infrastructures; and Leighton Holdings, the Australian developer.

    Although infrastructure hasn’t been entirely immune from the financial market crisis, Mr. Noble, the manager of the Brookfield Redding infrastructure fund, says that these companies are likely to perform well, in part because of the money allocated to various ventures worldwide and because infrastructure projects “have a higher barrier to entry,” which means that there are often obstacles to new development.

    “With an office building, there’s obvious competition,” he said, “but the likelihood of a competing road being built is very low.”
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  • morning... Jay 2009/07/17 14:24:01
    morning40oz~mad as hell
    I'll bottom line what this blog was talking about as I am the one who posted it. GHW Bush sold this country out from under us, plain and simple.
  • Jay morning... 2009/07/17 18:27:50
    Jay
    +2
    But what if anything was actually sold? Or was this a bill just to allow what I posted above? The ability to invest in our infrastructure, and then charge tolls etc. Did you read what I posted above? I don't like Bush, but I don't want to blame him or anyone for something I don't really understand. According to the article above, you don't actually end up owning the bridges or whatever, you just end up investing in them and then managing them and get whatever money or benefits that that allows. Again, just trying to understand exactly what it entails.
  • morning... Jay 2009/07/17 19:00:16
    morning40oz~mad as hell
    There have been infrastuctures sold. Arabs own ports here in the US. Spain owns tolls.
  • Jay morning... 2009/07/17 19:08:20 (edited)
    Jay
    +1
    From what I understand, they don't really own the ports, but they own the rights to invest in them, and make money off of them. As I understand it, it's almost like they are buying the rights to run the ports, invest in them, and get the profits from that. So it's a business, but they don't really own the land etc. They do own the right to sell their investment though, and as long as the United States honors their rights, they are okay, and they make a profit, etc. If we went to war with them though, and they weren't or hadn't become American citizens, we could just throw them out. They'd have no real rights. If I buy a house in Mexico, and I have a deed to it, and pay real estate taxes to Mexico etc, I have all the rights to live there, or rent it out, or sell it, but if we went to war with Mexico, they could throw me out, and I'd lose whatever I had invested. That's a gamble you take when you invest in a foreign country.
  • morning... Jay 2009/07/18 12:56:10
    morning40oz~mad as hell
    That is not my understanding. My understanding of E.O. 12803 is that the infrastructures can be sold. If a foreigner wants to buy some personal property, that's different, but our roads, highways, bridges, ports, should never be the property of foreigners.

    It doesn't matter. It's all over but the shouting anyway. Our government is a sham. We have an illusion of choice. I only posted this to point out that it doesn't matter whether it is a Republican or Democrat, all of them have sold us down the river.

    Once people come to realize we've been duped and for how long, it is going to be nothing but ugly. I both look forward to and hate to see that day.
  • Jay morning... 2009/07/19 19:21:35
    Jay
    I agree with you, that it's not a good idea to have a foreign country running our ports. They could let terrorists in through them, or smuggle guns/drugs/money in and out etc, without us knowing, if they have control of them, and they are the ones responsible for the security of them. If they own a highway or bridge, I guess that's not quite as bad. They have to maintain said highway, saving our state and federal government money, but they get to charge a toll and keep the profit. Again, they really don't own anything, in the sense, that if we went to war with the country they are from, we could throw them out. It's not like they could take the highway or bridge with them, or that we'd allow them to blow them up or something. We are actually allowing them to run a business in our country, that involves maintaining infrastructure, and making a profit off of it. As you know foreigners already own many if not most of our businesses. We all contribute to this, by buying foreign oil, and making them filthy rich, so that they then can buy and sell us. We need to get off of our dependency on foreign oil, and we need to have better trade agreements with China, so that we sell as much to them as we buy from them, or we'll continue to make these countries rich, at our expense, and our job loss. We need to be investing in wind and solar, and fuel cells, and engines that get better gas mileage, and in research to develop new and better fuel sources.
  • morning... Jay 2009/07/19 20:05:07
    morning40oz~mad as hell
    I'm all about responsible environmental policies. I can't think of any reasonable person who isn't. Okay, that's covered.

    As far as all of the foreign investment, it has to be stopped.

    Now, China. How in the hell are we in a position, now, to negotiate with China? They damn near own us. It is fortunate that I most likely will never have the opportunity to "thank" those responsible for this mess.

    How do we know they couldn't arrange for bridges to be blown up? It seems to me that a plan to blow up the WTC was planned right under our noses.

    Do you know how many people have environmentally safe fuel options that are shut down by this government?

    This government has been sold out to the highest bidders. Rather than tax the very companies, whose CEOs are on the boards of directors who are to regulate the very companies that need to be regulated, the cost is being and will continue to be taken out of the pocket of Joe Q. Public. This system is friggin' screwed and I don't know how we are going to fix it.
  • Jay morning... 2009/07/19 20:26:31 (edited)
    Jay
    Yes, of course, they could try to blow up the bridge, but I doubt they'd do that, if they wanted to get out of this country in one piece. The point I was making is that foreign investors can't really take their investments with them, should our government decide to end their rights to them, for whatever reason. I think we should buy back any ports that they own, because, frankly, that's something our country should have total control of, but that's just my opinion. Bush financed his war, with Chinese money, and then apparently gave them a great trade deal, where they sell us everything, and what exactly do we sell to China? Does anyone know?
    I don't think our government shut down the fuel options, but I do think the oil lobbyists and oil companies did. It's not exactly, in their best interest, for us to find cheaper fuel sources. There has been a lot of research done, but most people that have ideas on how to create and use other fuel sources in engines etc,.don't have the money to develop their ideas.

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