Thursday, 10 December 2009

Back from my hiatus


Hi, I am back after a pretty long hiatus from regular blog posting. To be honest, I got tired of saying the same things over and over again. It is difficult being a realist in time where society is desperate for any kind of optimism. Even bad news is optimistic these days. We have entered a new phase of denial for all who believe the bureaucratic officials who espouse only that the “worst is behind us”. I believe that this statement is very far from the truth of the situation. The majority of people who have little knowledge of economics, finance, banking, law, and politics have been duped into thinking that the current recession we are in is something that we will escape from without a price being paid. Ask yourself, what’s really changed? The truth is when you sit down and think about it, very little. One must have an understanding of the current situation and realizes its importance as a key place in world history. We don’t realize it now, but the times we are living in now will be written and talked about for many years. I am going to keep trying to tell the truth about the situation, no matter how much the “truth hurts” as they say. In my recent blog respite, I learned some things. Some things that I think are quite important that everyone know, in order to stay afloat in our current economic system. And once you grasp the idea of these truths, you will be better able to survive in the next few years. In addition, it might answer some questions you may have had, and make sense of things that occur every day in the world.

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