Fuck Henry Ford https://g.co/kgs/4DdZ2S
I can’t believe I’m linking to The Atlantic. Did someone let a dog out of its cage?
It’s about putting different parts of your life where they’re treated best. That way, you maximize your personal freedom and financial opportunities.
With that in mind, how would you choose where to live if your political or financial freedom at home were about to be completely snatched away?
Doug Casey: The question is, which of the world’s countries is “best”?
There are a lot of possible answers to that question, and they change over time. When my grandparents left the Old World, there was no question that the US was the best choice. I’m extremely happy they chose to move there and not act like potted plants, rooted to the soil where they were born. (like your grandfather’s old axe by the fireplace with 3 new heads and 5 new handles, it isn’t the same axe) . Paradoxically, it’s simultaneously subdividing into different cultural units. The system itself has become unstable. (there are even more serious reasons to bail, so much more serious, few are willing to stick their neck out to talk about them)http://www.southpacificrealestate.to/articles/living-southern-hemisphere-south-pacific
Just the first 10 or 15 minutes of this film is enough to wake up the viewer. Every single person who casts a vote in this country should be forced to watch this and weigh in with an opinion. Unfortunately, simply viewing something doesn’t demonstrate the viewer’s capacity or will to accept it as discernible fact.
How do you feel living in a country where your government executes people who want to create a better society for everybody, and not just old, rich, white people? Are you foolish enough to think that this wouldn’t happen again today? It happened to Bernie Sanders. It happened to Julian Assange. It happened to Edward Snowden. People who tell the truth and want to improve things in this country are apparently considered to be expendable and a vulnerability, in fact.
And Barack Obama is probably the anti Kennedy. What a failure and complete corruption of a person he is and exemplifies. It’s all smiles and glimmer. No depth, no truth, no justice. What a fucking shame. I think we’re still waiting for our first black president.
Do you see the problem with this, folks? And this is coming from one of the dominant software companies in the world, at least for working people. It’s painful. It’s inelegant. And I can see how years of being forced to use such fail-based software could lead to giving up on life itself. It’s a series of tiny little miseries that accumulate and compile upon themselves until you are disgusted by the thought of using computers anymore.
Is this a Microsoft problem? Maybe. Definitely, actually, but there are clues that this type of infection can occur in anyplace. Stagnation, profit-motive, steady-as-she-goes. . . . The reasons are endless. But it ends up with one result: pain.