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    Syre

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    a bit of education

    Post by Syre on Mon Mar 14, 2011 3:23 am

    http://bankofamericasuck.com/

    The video on that site explains it crystal clear.... i'm sure some of you will be shocked. I'm glad I finally found a simple educational video like this that flat out states the fact that the Federal Reserve Bank is not connected to the Federal Government in anyway. It's a private bank. How does a private bank run the economy? hmmm.

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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by syllabear on Mon Mar 14, 2011 8:25 am

    BECAUSE SOCIALISM IS BAD

    CAPITALISM FTW!!!

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    Post by Syre on Mon Mar 14, 2011 1:50 pm

    LOL. & our president is socialist lol

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    Post by syllabear on Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:36 pm

    No he's not. You don't know anything, he is simply trying to introduce health reforms which are less capitalist, and more CARING ABOUT YOUR FELLOW MAN.

    Mixed economies are always the best, you guys just don't understand that yet.
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    Post by Syre on Mon Mar 14, 2011 11:43 pm

    actually you dont know anything. Theres a lot more than what you might have seen. Obama is turning our country into a socialist one. You do realize that the healthcare reform is a bunch of horse shit. Keep in mind that everyone has to pay for the healthcare shit YEARS before its actually put in place AND if someone doesn't have Healthcare they will be fined. It's a load of horse shit. Also, he's a fuckin liar. He bitched and moaned about our troops coming home the moment he's in office. he didn't do what he said... although he did send more .. then bring 'em back then send more... and sent more troops other places.

    Sorry, but you don't live here and you certainly shouldn't claim you know more about this country than those that live here.

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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by syllabear on Tue Mar 15, 2011 8:59 am

    I probably know more about the USA than at least half of it's residents, and more about the rest of the world on average than about 90%. No offence, but your country is pretty inward looking, and pretty ignorent most of the time.

    You are all resistant to change, stupidly stubbornly to it, despite ASKING for it, now you don't want it? Sorry, but a 100% capitalist system will fail every time because of greed, as shown by the recent economic meltdown.
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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by Syre on Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:18 pm

    Actually, I agree with you that our country is pretty inward looking... Everyones in their own fuckin world. Not many care about others more than themselves. ... However, I think majority of the entire planet is short sighted and ignorant.

    I agree that we need change but not the awful changes that this administration is bringing us. And greed is another issue with any area of the world... Greed, power, etc... Federal Reserve Bank has the power... I'm the type that is against corporations and governments running the show. all they do is what THEY want... not what the people need.

    You're certainly a smart cat Sylla!
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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by Elmo on Tue Mar 15, 2011 12:40 pm

    Syre wrote:You're certainly a smart cat Sylla!

    I think you mean bear not cat.
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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by Syre on Tue Mar 15, 2011 2:33 pm

    xD

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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by syllabear on Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:44 pm

    I did economics to A-level (SAT equivilant or higher AFAIK) and I continue to take an interest in that subject as well as business and finance (my second or third love after computer games and medicine probably)
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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by Syre on Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:48 pm

    sweet!
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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by Radian on Mon Apr 04, 2011 2:40 pm

    phew!! im,e glad i dont live in the united states

    over here in the uk - its paradise
    angels continually follow us granting every wish
    our cars run on air - every pc is on optic fibre
    the sun shines all the time - until we say the word rain,then it rains for exactly 55 seconds.oh,,,and we dont age,,,,aaaaaah everything is beautiful

    (strange shaking sensation ---alarm buzzer noise----feeling of lumpy pillow)

    (wife talking)- get up you lazy bastard , the washing up needs doing,and you can put all those beer cans in the bin before i get back ,oh and the cat has shit on the sofa,,,clean it up

    omfg
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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by Venijn on Mon Apr 04, 2011 2:50 pm

    LMAO Rad!
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    Re: a bit of education

    Post by Syre on Mon Apr 04, 2011 2:59 pm

    hahaha

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