The Daily Climb-Monday, Feb. 27th, 2012

Monday, Feb. 27th, 2012 –  That word, “mandatory” comes up more often, these days. We have a long history no indoctrination. It begins with believing a lie, and goes downhill from there. It begins with the lie that the currency is money. Over the last 100 years, the iron fist is coming out of the velvet glove. The list of “have to’s” has been growing, ever since. The Bible refers to this as hard bondage. It becomes more severe with time. We are told that we have to have a S. S. number. The demands go on to the expanding mountain of paper agreements that we “have to” sign. The United States has chosen to serve another god, since 1860. The result is the debt slavery that we live in. Eventually, everyone will “have to” take a mark in their right hyand or forehead, and bow their knee to the Beast.

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The Daily Climb-Sunday, Feb. 26th, 2012

Sunday, Feb. 26th, 2012 –  One day closer to currency collapse. One day closer to escalating war. One day closer to poverty. One day closer to an election that doesn’t mean anything. If there is anyone that doesn’t understand what is taking place, it isn’t like they weren’t told and warned. the central banks play a cat-and-mouse game, with imaginary money. Politicians speak in promises that can never be. Everyone talks about jobs that don’t exist. It’s quite a remarkable fantasy world that people live in. The combination of frustration with conditions that are plainly wrong and injurious just continues to build.  How people can expect a better tomorrow defies rational explanation. Delusion is the new sanity.

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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-Tuesday, Jan. 31st, 2012

Tuesday, Jan. 31st, 2012 – When do people dig in their heels and say that enough is enough? 2012 now is identified as a turning point in history. As conditions exist, destruction is the destination, unless a drastic change in direction is taken. Lip service and legislation won’t get it done. No election will change it.

The environmental movement has done as much or more to promote the slavery of Corporatism as any social movement in human history. Yet, I have to concede one point to that humanistic philosophy. The accusation has always been that the environment gets no rest from the abuses from mankind. That much is true. It is the duplicity of Environmentalism’s attention that I object to. Saving the whales and seals isn’t the same thing as stopping Monsanto and Dow Chemical from rendering the food supply unfit to eat and spraying dioxin on the farmland of the U. S. Preserving habitat from human activity is just a pretense for ending private property rights, when release of radiation into the environment goes on, unchallenged. 40 years of evidence condemns the environmental movement as corporate shills, doing public relations work for the structure that finances it’s activities. Fines in millions mean nothing, in a world of profits in trillions.

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The Daily Climb-Wednesday, Dec. 28th, 2011

Wednesday, Dec. 28th, 2011 – The world we knew is passing away before our eyes. We never got to know life in America. The Federal corporation conquered the States in 1867, and now claims everyone as 14th Amendment property. We have government of the Corporation, by the Attorneys, and for the Banks. Our inalienable rights are supposed to be protected under our State Constitutions. We are betrayed by a corporate structure that knows no law but it’s own decrees. At this point, asserting our State Nationality is ignored.  The United States is a corporate internment camp. We are seeing legislation passed that enables a tyrant. NDAA was a shock, but if you study history from 1920 to the present, you will see that we are reliving the 1930s. The difference is that the objective is here in the U. S., not in Western Europe.

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The Daily Climb-Monday, Dec. 26th, 2011

Monday, Dec. 26th, 2011 – Watching the global debt crisis is a lot like watching the presidential campaign debates. It isn’t that the personalities are all that important. Because I’m fascinated with history and human nature, I pay attention to it. I understand that in every statement and action, it is commercial identity that is speaking. With that understanding, I don’t get caught up in the intrigue of personality clashes. I understand that the circumstances on display are bigger than the people involved in them. I understand that the Corporatist position holds them replaceable, expendable and disposable. People can go from being a central figure to a “used to be”, very quickly.  This week should define where events go, next. We know that everything on the table is too little, too late. It couldn’t be any other way. Debt feeds on real wealth. It isn’t satisfied with more debt. Think of all of those pieces of paper as cockroaches or termites. More of them doesn’t increase the food supply. The food supply is you and everything you possess.

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