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25 Responses to Peoples Mortgage Company

  1. oofay789 says:

    “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society.”
    –Edward Bernays, American publicist, sometimes called “the father of public relations”.

  2. TheAfterPain says:

    if you look at what is happening in & around oil sand projects in northern alberta you will know how corrupted this system is. so much damage is being done everyday to people and environment.yet no tv or radio station is handling the destruction steadfastly.they show once in a blue moon on tv about it and it disappears quickly from news . i didnt see any politician doing any real political action against it. this is one good example how this system works.no profit no action.

  3. oofay789 says:

    @TheAfterPain
    It’s a total bummer
    money really does control every aspect of every little thing
    from hard and soft toilet paper…..wait….why even make a not-so-soft toilet paper?
    that just sounds stupid…why in society am I forced to make a choice of what kind of TP I buy
    If money wasn’t a issue we would only make soft toilet paper…..In fact we wouldn’t even call it that it would just be called toilet paper.

  4. Victorlustig says:

    Progress is not only the realization of utopias ….

  5. mskitty12311 says:

    Youths Defiant at ‘Spanish Revolution’ Camp in Madrid

    Thousands of Spaniards in central Madrid have vowed to defy a ban on their protest camp and continue their open-air sit-in.

    The protesters’ demands, pasted up all over Puerta del Sol [Gate of the Sun], are impossible to ignore.

    “I brought bread, tomatoes, cheese & chickpeas,” says Leticia Moya, 28, an unemployed nursery worker is one of many supporters donating supplies.

    bbc[DOT]co[dot]uk/news/world-europe-13466977

  6. praiseworthy2909 says:

    Its a good idea to work towards, but dont seem realistic.. Ppl are too greedy 🙁

  7. TheAfterPain says:

    @oofay789 good words. some might say it sounds bit negative but it is true. its pretty much about money and power. this socio-economic system breed corruption and conditions ourselves to exploit each other for monetary gain and result in many devastating consequences. through disguise and lies they make us believe that the system is working the way its supposed to. with mass media and military on their hand they have carrot and stick. they are VERYgood at utilizing those tools.

  8. kingmafi6699 says:

    @diurdi

    Man wake up to yourself.

    The simple truth is that capitalism cannot solve poverty in the long run. It moves poverty from one geographical location to another.

    You cannot solve a broken system by empowering the very forces that are responsible for destroying it.

    The Libertarian argument is simply flawed and full of circular reasoning.

    Anytime you have differential advantage you get the sort of cronyism and abuse of power that we see in our modern society.

  9. HudsoWilks2315 says:

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  10. TheAngryarchangel says:

    finally its put into words

  11. oofay789 says:

    @JulieStreet91
    me too

  12. Sceptorful says:

    Anyone who wants to know the real truth behind the “Illuminati” then watch Conspiritus Remake -? 1-13 on youtube. People need to wake up.

  13. mskitty12311 says:

    @diurdi

    Some of us don’t give a damn about Ron Paul’s views on abortion. Some of us prefer our freedom of choice.

    Social Security has been raided by your politicians and they haven’t put the money back. Had that program been ‘hands off” all along — you’d have nothing to say about it. The issue wouldn’t even come up.

    Ayn Rand laissez-faire capitalism works pretty well for the monoplies/corporations and Forces of Greed. I haven’t heard a damned thing about what the gov will do for ppl

  14. TimLoos1 says:

    @diurdi
    1) I think this is just a new way of packaging a christian argument, so basically nonsense
    2) So.. If the government is not involved anymore, who is? Religion? So atheists cannot get married anymore?
    3) Okay, that’s at least one good point..
    4) Is he for or against social security and welfare? If he supports it i’m okay with it, but stranger things have happened over there in the US..

  15. JulieStreet91 says:

    Love all of you

  16. diurdi says:

    @mskitty12311 1) The pro-life position is because he as a doctor has delivered over 4000 babies and believes life starts at conception, so every abortion is against the right of life for the baby.
    2) He’s most definiately not against gay marriage. He’s one of the only Republican who thinks any two persons should be able to form a partnership. He want’s government out of marriage altogether.
    3) He’s against any government control of inet
    4) social security and welfare is government control.

  17. JulieStreet91 says:

    @lesleygaleano888 2 very important hours of your life

  18. mskitty12311 says:

    @diurdi

    Don’t worry. Once in, they all change their colors.

    Both Pauls are in favor of ‘small government’ controlling some aspects of our lives, like:

    outlawing abortion
    opposing same-gender marriage
    controlling what you’re allowed to see in the media (including the web)
    eliminating social security and privatizing it
    doing away with welfare for the needy and other social nets

  19. lesleygaleano888 says:

    2 hrs?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!!!!

  20. TimLoos1 says:

    @diurdi Yes, that contract is binding to EVERY country that’s wants to join it or is already in it.. Switzerland was the last to give up it’s goldstandard when they joined back in the ’90s.. For the US to bring it back the would have to leave it.
    As for the dollar collapse, if that were to happen (which it will, but hopefully not for a very long time, or until an alternative is found) the global economy would come to a halt. Everything is charged in dollars, especially resources..

  21. diurdi says:

    @TimLoos1 You think the IMF contract trumps the constitution? Hell no. Ofcourse he needs the senate and congress to go along if he were to be elected, which can be hard.

    Anyway, when the dollar collapses there’s an opportunity.

  22. TimLoos1 says:

    @diurdi He won’t bring the goldstandard back because he can’t.. it’s against the IMF contract

  23. mskitty12311 says:

    Published on Friday, May 20, 2011 by RT America

    Taibbi: ‘U.S. Politics – Reality Show Sponsored by Wall Street’

    RT’s Anastasia Churkina sits down with Matt Taibbi – journalist, author and contributing editor to Rolling Stone magazine.

    commondreams[dot]org/video/2011/05/20-0

  24. diurdi says:

    @mskitty12311 No, he’s not. He’s against all of the aforementioned.
    He has never:
    voted to raise taxes.
    voted to raise congressional pay.
    taken a government-paid junket.
    voted to increase the power of the executive branch.

    He voted against the Patriot Act.
    He voted against regulating the Internet.
    He voted against the Iraq war.
    He does not participate in the lucrative congressional pension program.
    He returns a portion of his annual congressional office budget to the U.S. treasury every year.

  25. mskitty12311 says:

    @diurdi

    Ron Paul is part of the Anglo-American Establishment that has its roots in the Round Table, which consists of:

    Trilateral Commission
    Council of Foreign Relations
    U.N.
    Bilderberg Group
    Club of Rome
    Royal Institute of International Affairs

    In short, I have no reason to believe he is a messiah-in-waiting.

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