Letters and Politics, for October 13, 2011 - 10:00am
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The polarity is easy to understand since they were not well integrated into the age of information. We now have the advantage of monetizing gold with its classic debt-free properties and the instant liquidity features of computer digits , thanks to the digitization of gold weight by way of gold based payment processors that effectively use gold ownership title (fully backed) as a digital currency. The two hands have come together. You can only pour new wine into new wineskins.
Yes, it would be nice if the Conservatives or Republicans listened. I see none of that. That authoritarian attitude, arrogance and patriarchy, that I find among conservatives today in the Midwest and the South, are neither enjoyable nor trustworthy. It is aggressive, bruthish, crude and insensitive. I do not see them listening, caring, cooperating or even bothering to befriend with sweetness and goodness. I bring goodness and knowledge to many people's lives...but they bring little into mine. I find them to be users, manipulators, selfish, self serving, provincial, racist, cluless, lacking in humility, lacking in honesty and the kind of qualities that make America great once...or at least sensitive, open and hopeful. They have to change at the core of their awareness. I talked about change to a couple on a train from North Carolina, and all that a stupid White womam can say (with her half backed arrogant knowledge of the world) is "Nobody has to change". But these morons will happily take the military somewhere to change other cultures and countries, and have one rule for themselves and one rule for others. It is this hypocrisy and arrogance that is bringing America. This country neither attracts smart amazing people nor keeps it. But killing and containing they do. I am brilliant and speak and write better English than these morons. But they'd put a bullet through me first and promote every mediocre arse--- so they can feel good and always assume or protect power.
Really enjoyed the show today! Can't wait to read it - loved the Keynes vs. Hayek rap on youtube, but beyond the fluff, this book looks like a great story about their actual interactions.
Unlike today, people listened to those they didn't agree with - to debate, learn, and possibly become friends. I'm afraid we are so far from that today, but slowly, as one mind opens at a time, we must work to turn the tide. Thank you.
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