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CRapitalism: The Liquidating of America/ Part 1

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2011 All Rights Reserved

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“we have a system of privileged corporations using the congresses, the presidents and all the alphabet soup agencies to enact and enforce oppressive legislation, regulations, rules, and other enforcement instruments to drive independent competitors from the markets,”

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I had to look up the definition of capitalism just to make sure my understanding of that concept was accurate.  It was.

Capitalism defined by Merriam’s Online

: an economic system characterized by private or corporate ownership of capital goods, by investments that are determined by private decision, and by prices, production, and the distribution of goods that are determined mainly by competition in a free market

While I hear one politician or another extolling the virtues of free markets and while these same corporate hiney huggers along with successive presidents admonishes us that we must participate in the global economy, I find myself wondering just how bad the negative effects of the global economy have to become before someone cries “uncle”!  As in “Sam!”  

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U.S. Military – The NWO Protectorate?

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 Gary Jacobucci

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Similar agreements are being made within the U.S. borders, with the Governor of Idaho making recent trips to China and opening up his state to Chinese colonization…

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A recent interview with Texe Marrs added to the picture forming on the geopolitical landscape…
 
Keeping in mind that China has been proclaimed the U.N. model for nations…
 
And last year’s MSM articles on the vast mineral wealth in Afghanistan…
 
Afghanistan Mineral Wealth May Be Greater Than Estimated: $3 Trillion
 
As the New York Times put in back in 2009… China Willing to Spend Big on Afghan Commerce
 
“…Two years ago, the China Metallurgical Group Corporation, a Chinese state-owned conglomerate, bid $3.4 billion — $1 billion more than any of its competitors from Canada, Europe, Russia, the United States and Kazakhstan — for the rights to mine deposits near the village of Aynak. Over the next 25 years, it plans to extract about 11 million tons of copper — an amount equal to one-third of all the known copper reserves in China.
 
While the United States spends hundreds of billions of dollars fighting the Taliban and Al Qaeda here, China is securing raw material for its voracious economy. The world’s superpower is focused on security. Its fastest rising competitor concentrates on commerce…” More

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