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    That's due to Earthbound's racism and pure, unadultured ignorance. It's also obvious that erudition isn't necessarily Earthbound's strongpoint.

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    It was not nonsense, it is fact that more and more people are realizing that the system is fucked and things need to change. This was the shift

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    Barack Obama
    Born: August 4, 1961 (age 51), Honolulu


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    Obama is a puppet he is powerless

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    If the people are suddenly so "illuminated", why aren't they demanding (as we did during the sixties when we had less communications technologies), a "change"? Anyone can talk change 'cause talk is cheap. Change requires the youth to get out into the streets and be willing to get hurt just as we did in the sixties. With regard to the ominous B.S. we were handed concerning the 2012 doomsday scenario, I said it was B.S. from the start. The only "shift" we will see is more of our finances and services disappearing because people are too dumb and uninformed of what goes on, and unwilling to make the required sacrifices to change this crap. People actually believe we are a government of the people. What a joke. We never were, and never will be.
    If people are so reluctant to take action but find it easier to blame Obama because he's black, I ask, "Where were your big mouths when you allowed Bush to trample over our lives as though we were sands on a deserted beach? Yet here you are expecting this prez to pull a rabbit out his hat while having to deal with these bigoted, ignorant, misologistic, southern racists, who have made it clear that having a black man in office is objectionable to them, and are blocking all efforts on his part to be considerate of the citizen. If you desire to snivel, then blame the ignorant people you voted into office prior to Obama's arrival. I'm sorry. Ignorant people who always cry wolf yet never get off their asses to eliminate the beast, makes me sick.
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    We're ALL helpless puppets. Especially when we merely sit, cry, and castigate, yet never converging upon these monsters sitting in power. Vote these imbecils opposing Obama out of power, then you will see progress for the better. These guys are too old to be running the show. They have no ideas that weren't atiquated generations ago. They still think (think? lol), that the world was created in a week. When we have people that stupid sitting in power, we cannot realistically expect things to ever change in regard to our benefit as citizens.

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    Well the world didn't end and hopefully no one moved to Mexico as that country is embroiled in a drug war where 'gringos' are being shot at and kidnapped.

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    As terrible as Americans have treated the Mexican people throughout history, I find it surprising they haven't shot many more. When I was a kid during the late 50's and early 60's, I lived in southern Mexico long enough to learn the language. At that time most of the surrounding land where opium and marijuana were grown was leased from the Mexican gov. by American business men. The Mex. gov. provided the harvesting labor. I find it very difficult to believe much has changed. I find it impossible to believe an actual drug war is occuring. If this was a reality, this "war" would be conducted along the lines of the raid on Panama, and would have been long over. With billions of dollars worth of invested American money at the root of this problem, it is highly improbable this is a "drug" war. A more likely scenario is the Mexican government desires to divest itself of these greedy, ruthless, Americans. The only real war going on pertaining to drugs is directed at the poor, hapless American abusers, who sit at the bottom of the barrel and fill American prisons. Another point, how does all the "confiscated" drugs end up on the streets here in the good ole USA anyway, regardless of this "war"? Also, with all the mayhem and violence occuring there, why would all these wealthy 'gringos' venture down there in the first place? I certainly wouldn't "vacation" in an area where my chances of being slaughtered were 50/50. Doesn't wash. Just food for thought.
    Last edited by msaint; 02-26-2013 at 09:50 AM. Reason: because people do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by msaint View Post
    As terrible as Americans have treated the Mexican people throughout history, I find it surprising they haven't shot many more. When I was a kid during the late 50's and early 60's, I lived in southern Mexico long enough to learn the language. At that time most of the surrounding land where opium and marijuana were grown was leased from the Mexican gov. by American business men. The Mex. gov. provided the harvesting labor. I find it very difficult to believe much has changed. I find it impossible to believe an actual drug war is occuring. If this was a reality, this "war" would be conducted along the lines of the raid on Panama, and would have been long over. With billions of dollars worth of invested American money at the root of this problem, it is highly improbable this is a "drug" war. A more likely scenario is the Mexican government desires to divest itself of these greedy, ruthless, Americans. The only real war going on pertaining to drugs is directed at the poor, hapless American abusers, who sit at the bottom of the barrel and fill American prisons. Another point, how does all the "confiscated" drugs end up on the streets here in the good ole USA anyway, regardless of this "war"? Also, with all the mayhem and violence occuring there, why would all these wealthy 'gringos' venture down there in the first place? I certainly wouldn't "vacation" in an area where my chances of being slaughtered were 50/50. Doesn't wash. Just food for thought.
    As a younger man back in the 70s, I traveled through a lot of Mexico and the majority of the people were extremely hospitable, especially the Indios.

    But of course I am not a gringo

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    Ha ha ha! Me either. Yes, the people were really nice and the food was marvellous. You wouldn't happen to be from my home town (Laguna Beach, CA) would you? I'm one of the Brothers from Woodland Drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msaint View Post
    Ha ha ha! Me either. Yes, the people were really nice and the food was marvellous. You wouldn't happen to be from my home town (Laguna Beach, CA) would you? I'm one of the Brothers from Woodland Drive.
    Nope, but I did live and work in New Cuyama many moons ago. Now I reside near the Mattaponi River.


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    That must be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liam View Post
    Obama is a puppet he is powerless
    And why is that allowed, why the illusion ?

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    I wouldn't say Obama is a light, but he feels good to me. I don't think I would call him a puppet. Puppet to me means that they are either oblivious or that they just do what those with the power want them to do so they stay on the good side. I think he knows what is going on, and he is in a difficult position of having to decide between doing what he knows to be right and doing what the elites are trying to get him to do.

    But really, I don't think about it much anymore. The elites, or whatever you want to call them, are easy to beat. If you stop thinking about them, stop giving into the fear that they try to create with all the media, and just focus on feeling good, love, appreciation, etc. every moment that you can, they will disappear. They only have power because they have our energy, our attention, our focus. Take that away, and with time they will fade out of our reality.

    And this may sound like a blasphemous thing to say, but when you love the "enemy" you make yourself stronger. So sympathize with them. We can all understand the need for power. The difference between us and them is that we want equal power, we want peaceful power, we want everyone to understand their own power. But, even with this difference we all understand the need to feel powerful. Understand that. Understand that the elites do bad things because they are disconnected from source. Those who are connected to source do not want to hurt others. But those who are disconnected, because they are so disconnected, feel like they have to do things through action, do things through force, to get what they want. But they are in a trap, because until you can connect to source you can never be truly happy.

    There is a quote by Buddha that goes something like this: "Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die." Don't drink the poison! It's what they want!

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    Where have I read this gunk before ? Oh yes like a little mosquito that follows someone around hoping to get in another nip.

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    Ha ha ha ha! Pockshimmo, that was funny as hell!

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    Patricia1970, who cloned him? And why?

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