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Last-Minute Us Deal Prevents Certain Death Of Everybody In World

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Last-minute US deal prevents certain death of everybody in world

THE violent death of every human being was prevented last night after some American politicians agreed to get some more money.

The eleventh hour deal means you will not now die screaming because the United States government was unable to pay the right amount of interest on some money it borrowed from some banks.

Julian Cook, chief economist at Donnelly-McPartlin, said: "The deaths would have started within seconds.

"For some it would simply have been a case of their head bursting open, perhaps on a bus or in a supermarket.

"For others it would have been a strangling sensation, much as if Darth Vader had been pointing his magic finger at them."

But some commentators have warned that even though the United States is now able to borrow non-lethal amounts of money, unless Portugal and Italy can either borrow more or less money then everybody in Europe will be dead by Thursday. And so will all trees and flowers.

And the little pussycats.

Denys Finch-Hatton, chief sayer of sooths and rancid chicken gut fiddler at the Daily Telegraph, said the Great Eagle of Asgarath had been sighted on the horizon and that all must end in the fiery pit where dwelleth the five year Spanish gilt yields.

His eyes then rolled backwards in his head and he fell to the floor yelling 'buy ye gold or perish!'.

Julian Cook added: "Despite the deal, it's important to remember that we must all continue to live in constant, life-shortening fear because of this entirely abstract system we have created and could, if we had even a shred of imagination or genuine compassion for one another, dismantle right ******ing now.

"But why play jazz vibraphone and swap vegetables when you can wake up every morning with a knot in your stomach that won't go away until you finally drink yourself to sleep at 2am?"

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/business/last%11minute-us-deal-prevents-certain-death-of-everybody-in-world-201108014140/

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Last-minute US deal prevents certain death of everybody in world

THE violent death of every human being was prevented last night after some American politicians agreed to get some more money.

The eleventh hour deal means you will not now die screaming because the United States government was unable to pay the right amount of interest on some money it borrowed from some banks.

Julian Cook, chief economist at Donnelly-McPartlin, said: "The deaths would have started within seconds.

"For some it would simply have been a case of their head bursting open, perhaps on a bus or in a supermarket.

"For others it would have been a strangling sensation, much as if Darth Vader had been pointing his magic finger at them."

But some commentators have warned that even though the United States is now able to borrow non-lethal amounts of money, unless Portugal and Italy can either borrow more or less money then everybody in Europe will be dead by Thursday. And so will all trees and flowers.

And the little pussycats.

Denys Finch-Hatton, chief sayer of sooths and rancid chicken gut fiddler at the Daily Telegraph, said the Great Eagle of Asgarath had been sighted on the horizon and that all must end in the fiery pit where dwelleth the five year Spanish gilt yields.

His eyes then rolled backwards in his head and he fell to the floor yelling 'buy ye gold or perish!'.

Julian Cook added: "Despite the deal, it's important to remember that we must all continue to live in constant, life-shortening fear because of this entirely abstract system we have created and could, if we had even a shred of imagination or genuine compassion for one another, dismantle right ******ing now.

"But why play jazz vibraphone and swap vegetables when you can wake up every morning with a knot in your stomach that won't go away until you finally drink yourself to sleep at 2am?"

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/business/last%11minute-us-deal-prevents-certain-death-of-everybody-in-world-201108014140/

Yeah, stuff like this keeps me here too.

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I posted a thread a couple of weeks ago and it died a quiet death but I asked how come we've come to a position where financial disaster is feared more than anything the natural world can throw at us?

Good question

Through years of dumbing down education and peoples aspirations, so much that a majority of people worship money and material objects

more than themselves?

Greed I guess is what has led us here

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I posted a thread a couple of weeks ago and it died a quiet death but I asked how come we've come to a position where financial disaster is feared more than anything the natural world can throw at us?

Probably because most people know that the natural world will still be here after some kind of disaster, whereas the financial world is a load of ******** built on a foundation of ********.

Pretty much everyone has been looting the economy for as much as they can get for the last few decades -- be it directly through working for a bank or indirectly by voting themselves more free stuff to be paid for by their kids -- and that opportunity appears to be coming to an end.

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Last-minute US deal prevents certain death of everybody in world

THE violent death of every human being was prevented last night after some American politicians agreed to get some more money.

The eleventh hour deal means you will not now die screaming because the United States government was unable to pay the right amount of interest on some money it borrowed from some banks.

Julian Cook, chief economist at Donnelly-McPartlin, said: "The deaths would have started within seconds.

"For some it would simply have been a case of their head bursting open, perhaps on a bus or in a supermarket.

"For others it would have been a strangling sensation, much as if Darth Vader had been pointing his magic finger at them."

But some commentators have warned that even though the United States is now able to borrow non-lethal amounts of money, unless Portugal and Italy can either borrow more or less money then everybody in Europe will be dead by Thursday. And so will all trees and flowers.

And the little pussycats.

Denys Finch-Hatton, chief sayer of sooths and rancid chicken gut fiddler at the Daily Telegraph, said the Great Eagle of Asgarath had been sighted on the horizon and that all must end in the fiery pit where dwelleth the five year Spanish gilt yields.

His eyes then rolled backwards in his head and he fell to the floor yelling 'buy ye gold or perish!'.

Julian Cook added: "Despite the deal, it's important to remember that we must all continue to live in constant, life-shortening fear because of this entirely abstract system we have created and could, if we had even a shred of imagination or genuine compassion for one another, dismantle right ******ing now.

"But why play jazz vibraphone and swap vegetables when you can wake up every morning with a knot in your stomach that won't go away until you finally drink yourself to sleep at 2am?"

http://www.thedailymash.co.uk/news/business/last%11minute-us-deal-prevents-certain-death-of-everybody-in-world-201108014140/

Should the whole world agree to default and simultaneously combust all current banks, starting new ones in the same premises the following minute phoenix style, but now under the peoples control? Iceland has a default pack available for Chancellors/finance ministers to buy (easy payments) - see it on Amazon

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Had a conversation today with a girl in work, who's training to be a teacher, about all that lovely free money the US can now borrow and she said "well at least we're better off than them" :blink: , tried to explain to her that the US has vast natural resources to fall back on when it's politicians stop doing the bidding of the banks and we have diddly squat. She stated in all seriousness "well why cant britain just buy a lot of gold", tried to get her to see sense that the nation doesn't have the money to get by let alone buy gold and got..."they can just print the money to buy it". She cannot grasp that the money printing is the problem. Although I'd rather see printed money buying up gold than being given to bankers to buy up gold. But then I'd rather see the debt used to build infrastructure and become self liquidating but hey ho. I'll stick with my gold and let them dip into her back pocket to fund the growth.

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Pretty much everyone has been looting the economy for as much as they can get for the last few decades -- be it directly through working for a bank or indirectly by voting themselves more free stuff to be paid for by their kids -- and that opportunity appears to be coming to an end.

Not only coming to an end, but if it all goes tits up they will loose all their unearned gains. So educate the young that they have the responsibility to pay any and all debts.

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Not only coming to an end, but if it all goes tits up they will loose all their unearned gains. So educate the young that they have the responsibility to pay any and all debts.

Impossible since under the present debt-based money system they would have to borrow even more money to do so.

Educate them to understand the nature of their debt slavery, and what alternatives are possible.

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WASHINGTON—Following Sunday's pathetic excuse for an agreement on raising the government's borrowing limit, Democrats and Republicans took time to celebrate the meager, ineffective deal, calling it "a testament to the not-so-great things that can happen in Washington when both parties barely come together and agree to not really accomplish anything." "It took months of phone calls, negotiations, and meetings, but finally we created a pretty sad version of a framework that, we're happy to say, none of us is really proud of, and that doesn't really do much to solve our country's fiscal problems at all," said House Speaker John Boehner, who gave a cheerful thumbs up and added that the sorry piece of legislation was expected to pass both houses of Congress with a really pitiful display of bipartisan support. "Once again, Democrats and Republicans have demonstrated why our mangled, fractured, barely functioning democracy is the greatest in the world."

YaY USA!!

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