Monday, February 23, 2004
Boy did I ever get slammed! Winter months are sometimes lean in my business, but not this year. It doesn’t leave much time for blogging. Rightfully, my current project should have five people on it, and a couple of other projects are waiting on the side. And as if that wasn’t enough, another company I am contracting with just launched; but I have to honor my previous commitments before I can do much with it.
I hate to leave the freedom movement on the side just because I have to eat and put a roof over my head. Not as if my plate wasn’t full enough already, I have been seriously considering joining Freedom Force International.
Anyway, I though I’d take a second to make an appearance. I have some exciting stuff in the works that I will announce, hopefully before too long. I just which I could buy a little extra time!
In the meantime, I just ran across this webpage by Patrick S. J. Carmack, co-author of The Money Masters. I think you will find it to be educational and worth your time. I has a lot to do with the education you will need when I make the above announcement. (When I load more on my plate than I can possibly expect to eat…LOL)
About the Author
Patrick S. J. Carmack, BBA, ID, practised corporate law and is a former Administrative Law Judge for the Corporation Commission of the State of Oklahoma as well as a member of the bar of the US Supreme Court. He is the co-author of the two-volume video, “The Money Masters: How International Bankers Gained Control of America.”
Since the tum of the century, there has occurred throughout the world a major increase in debt and a major decline in (he freedom of individuals and states to conduct their own affairs. To restore a condition of widespread, modest wealth is therefore essential to regaining and preserving our freedom. Why are we over our heads in debt? Why can't the politicians bring debt under control?
Why are so many people (often, both parents) working at low-paying, dead-end jobs and still making do with less? What's the future of the American economy and way of life? Are we headed into an economic crash of unprecedented proportions?
“I can tell you right now that there is going to be a crash of unprecedented proportions- a crash like we have never seen before in this country. The greatest shock of this decade is that more people are about to lose more money than at any time before in history, but the second greatest shock will be the incredible amount of money a relatively small group of people will make at the same time. You see, in periods of economic upheaval, in periods of economic crisis, wealth is not destroyed-it is merely transferred.
That's it for now. I have to get back to the salt mine.
A Majority of One