The Daily Climb-Friday, Feb. 24th, 2012

Friday, Feb. 24th, 2012 –  For 50 years, the accepted “truism” has been that the economy runs on credit. That isn’t entirely true. That only describes the instrument and says nothing about the process. The rest of the story is that the economy runs on insider trading. The workings of the double satandard are obvious. When individual figures get caught in the practice, the result is a contentious trial, and prison time. When public institutions and private banks collude in the practice, it’s called “monetary policy” . the daily headlines in the financial news are filled with events describing “most favored” institutions. Occasional disclosure of improprieties by public officials depend on which faction is currently in power. The final tally of the books is that they are all thieves. Never before in history have people been so dependent on being on the right side of wrong. Entire nations have tied their future fortunes to corruption.

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The Daily Climb-Thursday, Feb. 23rd, 2012

Thursday, Feb. 23rd, 2012 –  The wheels on the train go round and round, before they fall off. That’s the story, in Europe. This obvious stage play of meetings and bailouts doesn’t mask the real objective. I’ve said that the goal all along was seizure of national gold reserves. Once nations are stripped of their real wealth, all they have left to sell, are people. Populations will give up the best of the next generation for cannon fodder in the wars of corporate conquest. The end of it goes beyond Europe. The United States has been on a “break the piggy bank” debt spree such as the world has never seen, before.

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The Daily Climb-Wednesday, Feb 22nd, 2012

Wednesday, Feb. 22nd, 2012 –  We should see these things coming. Syria looks like it’s setting up as an instant replay of Libya. The Greek bailout plan is designed to fail. The same old story, repeated over and over, just gets old. Default, already. The continuing adventures of Monsanto both corporate credibility and consumer gullibility. GMO corn in Wal-Mart stores? Boycott Wal-Mart. That’s a simple solution. It reminds me of an incident in a service station I used to work in. One of the regular customers walked in, looked out in the shop, and didn’t see anyone. Without turning around, he asked of no one in particular, “Who’s running this whorehouse?”. I’m always reminded of that time, when I read political headlines. I don’t think that government is as honorable as a brothel. At least a brothel wouldn’t be operating more than a trillion in the red, every year.

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The Daily Climb-Monday, Feb. 20th, 2012

Monday, Feb. 20th, 2012 –  I’m normally not excited about the political process. I’m not excited, now.  I just want people to understand that the whole spectacle is nonsense. There have been some relatively significant points that have nothing to do with selecting the overseers on the Federal Debt Plantation. Basically, the choices break down into two factions. One faction promises the most candy to the corporations, the little debt farms of sharecroppers, on the big plantation. The other faction promises the most candy to the fielde workers, the masses. It comes out the same way, no matter how anyone votes. The master of the plantation remains the same. This is why the conversation and reality never meet. Every interaction is “working within the system” of Commercial Identity. I would rather use that term. People understand that. They have no clue about citizenship or legal standing. Talking to people about this subject is sometimes like a conversation with the Pod People, from the movie, “Invasion Of The Body Snatchers”. The response sounds like a high – pitched siren.

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The Daily Climb-Sunday, Feb. 19th, 2012

Sunday, Feb. 19th, 2012 –  Today was unusual. The days we live in are unusual. My theme in writing tonight has been to keep it short and simple. In the “Two Masters Update”, I presented the choices, allowing the possibility that people can still make a choice. In the “Commercial Identity Update”, I presented the consequences of those choices. Now for the Public Service Announcement: Picture two eggs, sunny-side up, sizzling in a skillet. This is the human brain on fiat currency, artificial sweeteners, toxic herbicides and pesticides, and GMO crops. Any questions?

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The Daily Climb-Friday, Feb. 17th, 2012

Friday, Feb. 17th,  2012 –  When we hear the word, “war” , we think of military operations conducted with hardware and ordnance. That’s the old – fashioned concept of war. There is another war that has been in progress, for a long time. It is the war against 90% of humanity. We are watching the engineering of an environment that is too toxic to survive in. Every day, we see toxic chemicals sprayed in the air. The trails spread and don’t evaporate. The become an overcast of marshmallow colored clouds, too white to be natural.  we are told that the purpose is to combat global warming, now renamed climate change. That does not justify filling the atmosphere with toxic and carcinogenic chemicals. Now, we are seeing war time chemical weapons in application documents for use on America’s crop lands. There is a war. This war has a purpose. That purpose is to reduce the world’s population too 500 million people. That means that 6.5 billion people are targets.

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The Daily Climb-Thursday, Feb. 16th, 2012

Thursday, Feb. 16th, 2012 – When we look at the past, we describe it in terms of change. The present headlines about the near future also talk about change. They also talk about apprehension and anxiety. The news is a vortex of shifting alliances and changing landscapes. We hear of geological instability, as well as political uncertainty. It is as though they all have the same script, and the details are changed to fit the event.  An earthquake in one part of the world, a financial crisis in Europe, China running a trade deficit for the first time in their history. pour into the news vortex and pour out of a blender, into our eyes and ears. Money doesn’t make the corporate world go around. Strife and contention do.

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