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Top members of the Egyptian government say they feel betrayed by President Obama, charging that he is acting against American interests.
“Mubarak’s regime feels Obama is pushing the advancement of the Muslim Brotherhood against U.S. interests,” said WND’s Jerusalem bureau chief and senior reporter Aaron Klein. “They are genuinely trying to understand why Obama is seemingly championing the anti-regime protests.”
Klein said that a top Egyptian diplomat with whom he has developed a rapport over the last few years asked him earlier this week to explain Obama’s motivation to support the opposition to Mubarak. Read more…
Why so-called conservatives like Sean Hannity insist on forcing Ann Coulter onto the public, I’ll never know. She’s mean and nasty, abrasive, and arrogant. And now she’s shilling for a Republican homosexual group.
Kudos to World Net Daily and its head honcho, Joseph Farah, for taking a principled stand in rescinding its invitation for Coulter to speak at their “Taking America Back” conference.
Now, if the rest of those who claim to be conservative — like Hannity — would only do the right thing and let Ms. Coulter slip into a well-deserved retirement . . . just like Helen Thomas!
Paul Craig Roberts
July 28, 2010
It was 2017. Clans were governing America.
|Clans organized around families and individuals who possessed stocks of food, bullion, guns and ammunition. Photo: A scene from the 1997 film, The Postman.|
The first clans organized around local police forces. The conservatives’ war on crime during the late 20th century and the Bush/Obama war on terror during the first decade of the 21st century had resulted in the police becoming militarized and unaccountable.
As society broke down, the police became warlords. The state police broke apart, and the officers were subsumed into the local forces of their communities. The newly formed tribes expanded to encompass the relatives and friends of the police.
The dollar had collapsed as world reserve currency in 2012 when the worsening economic depression made it clear to Washington’s creditors that the federal budget deficit was too large to be financed except by the printing of money.
With the dollar’s demise, import prices skyrocketed. As Americans were unable to afford foreign-made goods, the transnational corporations that were producing offshore for US markets were bankrupted, further eroding the government’s revenue base.
The government was forced to print money in order to pay its bills, causing domestic prices to rise rapidly. Read more…
What a disgrace. Who would believe that such a thing would happen in America?