More than a rumor?

A rumor is swirling around the Internet that an inglorious end to the U.S. economy is imminent. [...] On March 18, 2008, a “closed door” session of Congress was held for only the fourth time in history. According to House Rule XVII, clause 9, it is forbidden for members of the U.S. House of Representatives to reveal the discussions held behind those doors. The penalty for leaking such information includes loss of seniority, fines, reprimand, censure or expulsion. [...] According to the Australia.TO newspaper, as reported in the May 2008 Last Trumpet Newsletter (LTM), several congressmen were so incensed about what was discussed behind those doors that they were compelled to leak the contents of the meeting. Following is what is rumored to have been discussed:

Imminent collapse of the U.S. economy by September 2008; imminent collapse of the U.S. Government finances by February 2009; possibility of civil war within the U.S. resulting from the collapse; detainment of “insurgent U.S. citizens” in anticipation of their moving against the government; the potential for violent action taken by citizens against members of Congress due to the collapses; the merger of the U.S. economy with those of Canada and Mexico as a solution to the collapse; the introduction of a new tri-national currency called the “AMERO” as another economic solution.

Needless to say, that’s a lot of information to process. Unfortunately none of it can be verified and it essentially falls under the category of rumor and as such must be treated as suspect. [...] The fact that many people even consider these stories as being potentially true is revealing of the mindset of Americans today: they are nervous about the economy, scared over high oil and gas prices and none too happy over the housing price deflation. (by Clif Droke)


Bush says he wants $70 billion for the war next year and $770 million in food aid, mostly for Africa. Bush, and the Federal Reserve, are breaking our American dollar, our economy and our backs. They continue to print up nonexistent money and the American people get to pay the interest on this money that the government borrows.
The Federal Reserve is not "federal," but a privately owned bank that Woodrow Wilson regrettably endorsed during his presidency in 1913. I do not find the Depression suffered in the 1930s ironic and there is always a possibility for another one. Americans live on credit, just like their government, away from the principle of spending only what they have and delaying gratification for what they want. Our country is paying the price, and we have to pray we do not further lose our national sovereignty. Google the Amero dollar and the North American Union.
As we get our fix at Wal-Mart or the evening sports, our country is going in a direction that only an asleep populace allows. It takes awake people to change a molded course. Read Ron Paul's "The Revolution: A Manifesto" regarding the principles we need back: individual liberty, sound money, the Constitution and the foreign policy of the Founding Fathers.

~Leah Gerten, Fallbrook, NCTimes.com


Thanks tfp105.blogspot.comIn other news: A 40-year-old former substitute teacher was caught red-handed surfing the web for porn in the presence of her 7th grade students on the classroom computer. Julie Amero of Windham Connecticut said that it was not her fault but that it was pop-ups from spyware present on the classroom computers prior to the teachers arrival.

The jury didn't believe that Amero was just the victim of spyware and convicted her of four counts of endangering a child. Each count could nab her a 10-year sentence.

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