How Many Soldiers Must You See To Decide There Must Be a War?

Soldier AttackingWe’ve been writing recently of the inexorable steps toward financial collapse as they have occurred. First was the Argentine government freezing supermarket prices in response to inflation coupled with Venezuela’s 46% currency devaluation. (World oil market). Our next milestone toward perdition was the reports that Germany, mighty Germany, was joining the rest of Europe in their slowdown. That plays Hob with the French and Italian plan to use German financial strength to bail out the rest of the spendthrifts. Illusions are soap bubbles…they disappear just when you need them! And our next marker has just appeared in front of us; just so you know…

Wal-Mart’s Customers Are Broke will tell you that almighty Wal-Mart in the U.S, has stopped dead in the water; its financial results suddenly flat. That, unlike government propaganda and media relaying of government propaganda, is an incontrovertible FACT. The mass of America shops at Wal-Mart; if Wal-Mart is stalled out, so is America. So we see South America going under, followed by the last great power in Europe and now, the U.S. economy is lining up with the rest. To quote an ancient font of wisdom: “He who has ears to hear, let him hear. He who has eyes to see, let him see!”

The G-20 (rich international financial politicians) just met to assuage worries about international currency wars (in response to Venezuela and Japan starting one) by swearing that there won’t be such a thing. Reminds of 20 hungry wolves assuring the sheep that there won’t be predation…

We’ll continue to point to these highly ignored realities as they occur, lest you miss any. But if you’re paying attention at all, it won’t be long before you need no pointers from such as we. Closing hint: If, as the government and the pundits keep saying, there’s no inflation, then why does everything cost more and come in decreasing sized containers? Right… How many soldiers do you need to see before you know there’s a war?

Who you gonna believe, your faithful, honest government, or your lying eyes and ears?

About Jack Curtis

Suspicious of government, doubtful of economics, fond of figure skating (but the off-ice part, not so much)
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2 Responses to How Many Soldiers Must You See To Decide There Must Be a War?

  1. the unit says:

    Back in the late ‘4o’s , early ‘5o’s neighbor boy had soldier molds, WWI helmets on their heads, guns and baynonets…we used to melt lead we got from gas stations and tire changing places. We had quite an army. Then after WWII out lead soldiers were about as effective as Washington would allow following ones to be.

    • Jack Curtis says:

      Yes, you could make soldiers of many different eras from the various molds available. Each one made having to then be painted in the proper colors… And you seem quite correct; in spite of spending more on the military than the next eleven countries combined, the U.S. has failed to win any wars in which it has been engaged since 1945…

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