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Can Americans Return to Leadership, Responsibility, and Accountibility?

Source : Pakalert Press

Johnny Punish

Is this garbage worthy of respect? Is this Leadership? Really!

It’s a fact that for every 100 American citizens there are 90 guns floating around in the USA. Only Yemen is remotely close to the USA in this race to the bottom at 61 out of 100. Yemen! The USA is the most armed country in the world!

And while US media is incessant about the so-called violence coming from Mexico, they fail to illuminate the truth that America is the most violent and # 1 in guns and people in jail per capita. It’s an embarrassment.

In fact, American readers should know the true fact that guns are basically illegal to own in Mexico.

As it stands, there are NO gun shops to speak of in Mexico. Unlike the extremist who shot up people in Arizona this past week, in Mexico, one cannot buy bullets at the Wal-Mart or purchase a Glock 9mm at the local equivalent of a Big-5. Mexico is simply not like the USA in this regard and thus, on the average Mexican street, its’ inherently safer by far which is contrary to what is told to Americans from the mainstream media. They insanely believe that Mexico is more violent. It’s bording on psychotic and neurotic when people who live in a police state surrounded by guns, violence, prisons as industries, and more drugs in the streets than most the countries on earth combined try to point fingers at others as perpetraitors of social distortion.

Now admittedly Mexico has drug dealers killing other drug dealers to sell product to the American consumer and that’s a serious challenge for both the USA and Mexico. And yes, over the last few years, it’s gotten more violent within these competing business entities. But in Mexico, it’s mostly limited to a fight between competitors for market share and generally does NOT spill over into the general population of over 100 million who go about their days working and enjoying life in what is essentially a peaceful country who happens to be a major supplier of product to a country that has an unsatiable appetite for drugs.

Of course, there are guns in Mexico. They mainly come from the USA and they are used to enforce business terrorities. So yeah, there is a real big problem. In fact, there is absolutely no doubt that this is a significant challenge that Mexico faces every day as it transfers into a new paradigm and prosperity for the 21st century. So it’s a very sore spot for a people who are very proud and rich in culture. It’s clearly something that Mexican leaders are concerned about and their recent crackdowns are evidence that the drug war is being fought with full force albeit to no avail as the USA’s demand continues to be strong and without limits.

But in Mexico, real wages are still relatively low and so Mexicans tend to look the other way. They sacrifice what they know is morally wrong in favor of feeding their families. So they let it go with one eye open and one eye closed. But the USA?

Wow! The USA is uniquely violent and offensive against it’s own. It spills into the public domain everywhere. Intolerance, racism, hate, uber greed, and anger! It’s ugly! With all the horrible intolerance and many of it’s leaders inciting violence, it is much more sad. Many Americans I have spoken to about this reality are really starting to get embarrassed by it all and want a real paradigm shift. They want a bright future and not this vitriol that destorys the fabric of the culture.

In the past, America has been a model for success but now it’s becoming a bad joke around the world. It is a national disgrace and a national crisis.

It’s this writers hope that the assasination attempt on Congresswomen Gifford in Arizona and the killing of 6 including a Federal Judge and a 9 year old girl this past week forces the majority of Americans to begin the process of self-evaluation and personal responsibility. Let it be a wake up call to all that it’s time to end the war on ourselves.

In other words, let’s hope the collective American soul stops pointing fingers at others outside her borders and begins the real process of healing the enfermed culture by taking that long look in the mirror.

Let us start the healing by ending our incessant mantra that the USA is # 1! It’s pretentious and quite offensive to the outside global community who look and see the ugly and get turned off. It’s not helpful at all. In fact, the USA really is not so great anymore and so it really has no right to tell others that they are lesser in culture, ideology, and morality. After all, the USA sold it’s integrity and ability to influence in favor of fake wars and killing of common peoples in occupied lands with impunity and arrogance reserved for the 20th centuries biggest thugs!

In fact, this arrogance has to stop if the USA is going to be part of the global leadership moving forward in the 21st century. Otherwise, if the USA fails to take this negative and turn it into a positive, it will sadly continue down the path of losing it’s grip on an abillity to affect the global consciousness.

Moreover, its’ this consciousness that has a direct affect on the culture and standards of living moving forward. In short, the USA will become just another country and nothing to emulate whatsover if it continues to disrepect itself, it’s once proud and honored values, and pretend that extremism is a fine disposition while we preach to others that extremism elsewhere is an enemy. It is this hypocrisy that would directly affect our children and their children for generations to come as the global world kisses us in the door and laughs with contempt as we exit in our 3rd world suit. We really need to marginalize the extremists here in the USA now and not play around anymore. Extremists are the fungus among us!.

I mean, maybe Americans should start to “boo” the the extremists no matter where they come from or what media they respresent. It’s all these big mouths that self-indulge in their own ego-profits while they pose as leaders who abuse the public and the greater global community who are the real eneny of the state. And I really dont’ want hear any apologiest try to sugar coat it. Leadership, accountability, and responsibility are not just words, they are real geninue mantras that we must live by indeed .

So maybe we should consider yelling out a significant heckling “Booooooooooooooo!” to those who incite and get them off the leadership stage for the sake of the future generations. Throw proverbial tomatoes at them! (the operative word is proverbial, meaning, not really throw tomotoes but to reject them as leaders) Anyway, they deserve a rejection! You get the point!

More, we might consider advocating to have these extremists arrested for crimes against Americans. How about putting laws up that put restraints on extremists who choose to incite violence in media! Is that a good idea? I think so! It’s time to put an end to Extremist Entertainment posing as news!

It seems to me that the children should have a future that is better than this garbage! So I say be bold and stand up for good. It’s time for all extremists to sit down on the bench and go back their marginalized corners.
There is just no room for them at the leadership table anymore. They had their chance and it ended in a massacre in an Arizona strip mall on a bloody Saturday. In the name of love, it’s time the dark negative forces go away and it’s time Americans come out and return to the light.

14 Eye Opening Statistics Which Reveal Just How Dramatically The U.S. Economy Has Collapsed Since 2007

Source : Pakalert Press

The Economic Collapse

undefinedMost Americans have become so accustomed to the “new normal” of continual economic decline that they don’t even remember how good things were just a few short years ago.  Back in 2007, unemployment was very low, good jobs were much easier to get, far fewer Americans were living in poverty or enrolled in welfare programs and government finances were in much better shape.  Of course most of this prosperity was fueled by massive amounts of debt, but at least times were better.  Unfortunately, things have really deteriorated over the last several years.  Since 2007, unemployment has skyrocketed, foreclosures have set new all-time records, personal bankruptcies have soared and U.S. government debt has gotten completely and totally out of control.  Poll after poll has shown that Americans are now far less optimistic about the future than they were in 2007.  It is almost as if the past few years have literally sucked the hope out of millions upon millions of Americans.

Sadly, our economic situation is continually getting worse.  Every month the United States loses more factories.  Every month the United States loses more jobs.  Every month the collective wealth of U.S. citizens continues to decline.  Every month the federal government goes into even more debt.  Every month state and local governments go into even more debt.

Unfortunately, things are going to get even worse in the years ahead.  Right now we look back on 2005, 2006 and 2007 as “good times”, but in a few years we will look back on 2010 and 2011 as “good times”.

We are in the midst of a long-term economic decline, and the very bad economic choices that we have been making as a nation for decades are now starting to really catch up with us.

So as horrible as you may think that things are now, just keep in mind that things are going to continue to deteriorate in the years ahead.

But for the moment, let us remember how far we have fallen over the past few years.  The following are 14 eye opening statistics which reveal just how dramatically the U.S. economy has collapsed since 2007….

#1 In November 2007, the official U.S. unemployment rate was just 4.7 percent.  Today, the official U.S. unemployment rate is 9.4 percent.

#2 In November 2007, 18.8% of unemployed Americans had been out of work for 27 weeks or longer.  Today that percentage is up to 41.9%.

#3 As 2007 began, there were just over 1 million Americans that had been unemployed for half a year or longer.  Today, there are over 6 million Americans that have been unemployed for half a year or longer.

#4 Nearly 10 million Americans now receive unemployment insurance, which is almost four times as many as were receiving it back in 2007.

#5 More than half of the U.S. labor force (55 percent) has “suffered a spell of unemployment, a cut in pay, a reduction in hours or have become involuntary part-time workers” since the “recession” began in December 2007.

#6 According to one analysis, the United States has lost a total of approximately 10.5 million jobs since 2007.

#7 As 2007 began, only 26 million Americans were on food stamps.  Today, an all-time record of 43.2 million Americans are enrolled in the food stamp program.

#8 In 2007, the U.S. government held a total of $725 billion in mortgage debt.  As of the middle of 2010, the U.S. government held a total of $5.148 trillion in mortgage debt.

#9 In the year prior to the “official” beginning of the most recent recession in 2007, the IRS filed just 684,000 tax liens against U.S. taxpayers.  During 2010, the IRS filed over a million tax liens against U.S. taxpayers.

#10 From the year 2000 through the year 2007, there were 27 bank failures in the United States.  From 2008 through 2010, there were 314 bank failures in the United States.

#11 According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the number of U.S. families with children living in homeless shelters increased from 131,000 to 170,000 between 2007 and 2009.

#12 In 2007, one poll found that 43 percent of Americans were living “paycheck to paycheck”.  Sadly, according to a survey released very close to the end of 2010, approximately 55 percent of all Americans are now living paycheck to paycheck.

#13 In 2007, the “official” federal budget deficit was just 161 billion dollars.  In 2010, the “official” federal budget deficit was approximately 1.3 trillion dollars.

#14 As 2007 began, the U.S. national debt was just under 8.7 trillion dollars.  Today, the U.S. national debt has just surpassed 14 trillion dollars and it continues to soar into the stratosphere.

So is there any hope that we can turn all of this around?

Unfortunately, the massive amount of debt that we have piled up as a society over the last several decades has made that impossible.

If you add up all forms of debt (government debt, business debt, individual debt), it comes to approximately 360 percent of GDP.  It is the biggest debt bubble in the history of the world.

If the federal government and our state governments stop borrowing and spending so much money, our economy would collapse.  But if they keep borrowing and spending so much money they will continually make the eventual economic collapse even worse.

We are in the terminal stages of the most horrific debt spiral the world has ever seen, and when the debt spiral gets stopped the house of cards is going to finally come down for good.

So enjoy these times while you still have them.  Yes, today is not nearly as prosperous as 2007 was, but today is most definitely a whole lot better than 2015 or 2020 is going to be.

Sadly, we could have avoided this financial disaster completely if only we had listened more carefully to those that founded this nation.  Once upon a time, Thomas Jefferson said the following….

I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our Constitution. I would be willing to depend on that alone for the reduction of the administration of our government to the genuine principles of its Constitution; I mean an additional article, taking from the federal government the power of borrowing.

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