Comments On "The Implosion Of American Culture" Part 1 & Part 2
Comments On "The Implosion Of American Culture" Part 3 By JC Collins
Jeremy Moore Beautiful logic!!! Culture is but a reflection of what’s really on the inside. Change is very scary for a lot of folks, so they resist what they do not know (ignorance).
It’s one of the cues “the controllers” keep hitting on. Keep us mired in our lower thought forms and they can effectively steer things in the desired direction. Funny thing is, it is those “controllers” who suffer from the same dis-ease as those falling for their traps.
We can change it. We are changing it. I think it’s scaring the hell out of the one who fancy themselves as Caesar. Why do we have to be American or any other?
Did we have any hand in drawing the lines on the game board? why can’t we have human culture? I think first we need to remember what it really means to be human.
Steve Henningsen (@Stevephenni) FOFOA – whether or not you agree with his thoughts or conclusions, he always makes you think, which is why I’m always drawn in. Different from the SDR perspective, but one must look at all possibilities and make your own conclusions.
Warning – his writings are always long, so get comfortable.
Jack Jackson (@hugovictor54) Dear Mr. Henningsen: I think enough. Mr. Collins has made his case. The SDR is ready and waiting. It’s just a question of when and to what effect. Sincerely, Pdog
Jack Jackson (@hugovictor54) Dear Mr. Henningsen: How “bout these apples? Pdog
Steve Henningsen (@Stevephenni) You are welcome to draw your own line at the level you wish to stop thinking, but there may be others that wish to ponder on.
As JC would acknowledge, neither he, nor anyone else knows the future. There are several possible scenarios for how this plays out and although I agree with JC and others that the SDR scenario has the highest probability, you are foolish to believe it is definant.
My suggestion wasn’t anything against JC’s “case” as if you were reading his blog since the beginning you would know that I support it. However I am always trying to push my thinking, which includes reading the thoughts of those that may have a different view/ angle. This tends to bend or clarify my own thoughts.
I don’t beleive JC needs you to stick up for him, so next time just skip any extra curricular readings I may suggest and move along to the next post.
Jack Jackson (@hugovictor54) Dear Mr. Henningsen: Touche’ Pdog
mag51 Indeed America has moved towards socialism JC, especially for the investment banks and those who refuse to work. “Yet, nowhere are the masses being informed and educated about the reality of economics and politics, let alone about the decay of culture and self.”
the masses are too busy watching whatever garbage is on television to first recognize that we are in deep, deep trouble and second to seek out education such as here and other sites.
As you know, the masses are apathetic at best.
However, I will say that over the past few months I have been surprised on more than one occasion to meet people out of the blue, who are on the same page as the folks on this site.
It’s a tiny glimmer but a glimmer none the less. People like you are the ones providing the spark. Thank you once again for sharing your knowledge and passion.
Tommydelicious There are a lot more folks who are aware yet remain silent (for now) than people realize. It’s a growing swell, and similar to the ocean waves, it will rise up and flip when the timing is right. Enjoy the show.
Cramley The problem with the FOFOA perspective is that it’s stuck in a Quantity Theory of Money perspective. It’s seductive if you don’t stay alert to the right-brain predilections at important junctures and neglect to ask questions at these points.
I suggest rereading a post with this in mind and you’ll see what I mean. Yes, his writings are long, but this is a way to hide a lack of a QED.
Steve Henningsen (@Stevephenni) Actually, as a monetary historian, I find his posts fascinating and factual. How he bends them to his beliefs and whether one finds his end game plausible is a whole different story. Oh, and I’m not easily seduced.