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Economic Recovery Is More About Big Government vs. Small, Empire vs. Republic, Then About Left vs. Right

By: Steve Johnson

6/23/2010 - 47 Comments

The US monetary system has become a category five financial hurricane that is sucking everything into the center as it gains power and momentum. 

Whether you vote left or right, both parties are supported by the financial hurricane and therefore increasing its momentum, sucking more nations and more individuals into a debt-slavery position.

This idea of a financial hurricane is explained in the following video:

This financial hurricane that was originally created in the US has consumed much of the wealth of the world and is now forcing the entire world into a moment of truth. 

That moment of truth is quickly approaching as the financial hurricane does not seem to be losing power by the global recession as it was first thought that it would—but instead is gaining even more momentum. 

The moment of truth is when the nations of the world realize what has happen and begin to take steps at great pains to break up the financial hurricane.  To do that, each nation must remove themselves from the financial system that is feeding the financial hurricane.

That means they must stop doing business with the international businesses and governments that are feeding the financial hurricane—in direct defiance and resistance to the current global financial system and its political gains.  Much like the G-20 nations have begun in the face of Obama's support for more global stimulus.

At this point, the US has not even acknowledged the existence of the financial hurricane and is more likely to be the last nations to come to acceptance of its existence because of its origin. 

It is because of this that the nations of the world may eventually need to turn from the US and stop doing business with US based financial businesses on Wall Street and several other international businesses in order the break up the financial hurricane. 

In the process, the nations may also need to replace the dollar and the Federal Reserve in order to deflate and dissolve the financial hurricane that continues to gain momentum.

Two years ago VP cannidate Sara Palin ran her campaign suggesting that the single biggest problem with our government is that it is much too large. She was right and continues to be right about this today.  

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