Wednesday, November 23, 2011

On the Road to Argentina…

On this Thanksgiving Day in our United States we look at the news and can see how fragile our civilization is.  Our huge deficits, the unwillingness of our Congress to reverse old spending habits, the disdain of our President for the things that made our country prosperous and great, the ignorance and entitlement mentality of the Occupy Wall Street protestors who are clueless about the human qualities it takes to make a great civilization. 

While we have much to be thankful for, we also have a lot of work to do to overcome complacency and fear of how we can so easily lose what we have taken for granted.

This short history of what happened to Argentina is a frighteningly realistic prospect for the United States.  We have fulfilled much of Argentina’s blueprint that led to her failures.

Turn up your volume. 

This is a bit of a quirky video, so if a blue screen doesn’t come up, please hit your “refresh” button on your browser.

Don’t Cry for Me Argentina…

A first had account of what Argentina’s society became in 2000 after its moral, political and fiscal abuses is amply portrayed in the book “Surviving the Economic Collapse – Based on First Hand Experience of the 2001 Economic Collapse in Argentina” by Fernando Aguirre.
Below are three audio compilations of the views of Occupy participants and promoters assembled by Glenn Beck.  He did this to share with his family.  These clips chillingly show the direction we are headed.  HERE is the main page these are taken from.
For those who would like an alternative “Don’t Cry” to Madonna’s, here is a great one…

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