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Friday, June 18, 2010

Debtors prison, Unemployment and the Agenda

As our economy sinks farther into the sewer and people are losing their jobs at record rates the best that our government and country can do for us is reinstate debtors prisons. I have seen article after article about folks getting thrown in prison for their inability to pay their bills. By 1833 America had abolished all debtors prisons but in the face of economic collapse and a depression which will be worse than the last one, it seems to be back in favor. A recent article in the Star Tribune in Minnesota titled, “In jail for being in debt,” exposes the growing number of citizens going to jail at the behest of banks and a welcoming judicial system. They write:
It’s not a crime to owe money, and debtors’ prisons were abolished in the United States in the 19th century. But people are routinely being thrown in jail for failing to pay debts. In Minnesota, which has some of the most creditor-friendly laws in the country, the use of arrest warrants against debtors has jumped 60 percent over the past four years, with 845 cases in 2009, a Star Tribune analysis of state court data has found.” The Constitution explicitly prohibits incarceration for failure to pay debts. However, the way the states are getting around this is by having a judge issue a court order to pay the debt. If this order is ignored, it then qualifies as a civil contempt of court. At which point, the judge becomes a literal dictator with the ability to imprison a person indefinitely for the violation.

What are all those people out of work, out of any unemployment benefits and out of hope going to do? Here is an article that that ties in with this issue. Out-of-work job applicants told unemployed need not apply: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Outofwork-job-applicants-told-cnnm-3498252371.html?x=0

So you are out of work, out of unemployment benefits, can't pay your bills and then you find out that employers are refusing to look at you application because you are out work. And to add even more burden to your shoulders, Barry Soetoro plans to go ahead with his cap and trade legislation which will put even more pressure on your already empty wallet and tax every facet of your life. Obama Plans To Sneak Through Carbon Tax By Stealth

I know a lot of you readers listen to Alex Jones. I do. I need to say that his dismissal of the enormity of this devastation on the gulf is puzzling and disturbing. He keeps saying that its a distraction. I partly agree. The media whores are doing their part to feed the voyeur, soap opera addiction of the common viewer. However, it is also true that this is so potentially devastating that it could change things drastically for many, many years. Rahm Emannuel said in November 2008, "Never let a serious crisis go to waste, it's an opportunity to do things you couldn't do before" and they will obviously use this disaster to further their plans but my question is: why not cover it more and EXPOSE it? If this is just a distraction to keep people from seeing "the man behind the curtain" and the coming war with Iran (or whoever they choose to be the new bogeyman) then surely he could use his 'huge' audience and influence to derail their agenda? For instance, we know that the air is toxic, the COREXIT is toxic, and the media is being turned away by "hired mercenaries" see
Air tests from the Louisiana coast reveal human health threats from the oil disaster http://www.southernstudies.org/2010/05/air-tests-from-the-louisiana-coast-reveal-human-health-threats-from-the-oil-disaster.html and
BP hires private security contractors to guard ‘black water’ http://rawstory.com/rs/2010/0615/bp-hires-private-security-contractors-guard-oily-beaches/.
Governor: National Guard staging for “effort to evacuate” communities impacted by oil spill http://www.floridaoilspilllaw.com/governor-national-guard-staging-for-effort-to-evacuate-communities-impacted-by-oil-spill
Surely that is newsworthy and covering it would wake more people up. Why not expose that our elected officials are impotent and incompetent? When you read a story like this one: BP tells cleanup workers they will be fired if they wear respirators http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2010/06/bp-tells-cleanup-workers-theyll-be.html
or this one:
BP Oil Spill: Against Gov. Jindal's Wishes, Crude-Sucking Barges Stopped by Coast Guard http://abcnews.go.com/WN/bp-oil-spill-gov-bobby-jindals-wishes-crude/story?id=10946379
it just shows that BigGov.org does not care about the people or our country and that should be exposed and talked about with more fervor and intent than he seems willing to do. It seems to me that the more we talk about and expose the incompetence and agenda the more power we have to make changes.
Why don't those elected officials call up THEIR STATES National Guard to protect their shores and take control? Because they have been castrated and no one is able to do anything unless they are told to or given the OK by our new lord and dictator BigGov.org
People can't do anything without approval from someone else. They have lost the ability to think rationally and act independently.

Up is down, right is wrong and evil is the new messiah! Everywhere you look it just gets more and more crazy and in your face. I sure hope you are all redoubling your efforts to store food and supplies.
Keep on prepping folks!

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