1st Class on the Titanic***

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1st Class on the Titanic***

Post  Admin on Fri Jun 27, 2008 7:00 pm

"It has so happened in all ages of the world, that _some have laboured and _others have, without labour, enjoyed a large proportion of the fruits. This is wrong, and should not continue." ~~~Abraham Lincoln
***You don't solve a "$money$ problem" with $money$----it needs a soul solution!***
***365 of the planet's richest people, (including Bill Gates, who donates lots of $$$--->for tax write-offs<---so he can keep more billions), have as
much
$$$ as 2.6 BILLION of the poorest [which is totally obscene!!!]. That
is
only 43 more people than were in 1st Class on the TITANIC! [There were
322
of them] In order for these greedy rich to be so wealthy, they have to
keep
billions poor, many homeless! In this ordered Universe, there are
specific
blessings distributed by the 'Maker of All Things' to each of us; but
the
obscene rich have played the game of MONOPOLY for real and stolen away
the
opportunities of billions of people! They were initially given wealth
as a
shared trust, to see that all have some share in humanity {"Love your
neighbor as yourself" means that you see to it that your neighbor has
it
just as good as you do; all 6 billion of us on this "blue marble" are
neighbors & at least 33rd cousins--->Genesis 6:9 We ALL come from
Noah's 3
sons!}.....We should ALL have a share in humanity, but the rich hoard
instead of sharing, which was part of their deal that they ignore. In
the
USA, everyone (300 million) could be a millionaire if the rich were
JUST
millionaires (1 million $$ each). 'No poor, no homeless, no
dis-enfranchised, no communism/socialism' is the possibility when opportunities are equal for
all;
the economy would be 90% better because everyone is a participating
member,
and there would be no theft [99% gone]! It is time to start the
MONOPOLY
game all over again!!! In the opening part of the original film,
"Planet of
the Apes", the astronaut states the reason why he left modern
Earth
in a spaceship, never to return..."Because brother goes to war with
brother,
and men do nothing while their neighbor's children starve". We didn't
come
from animals, but began our existence as human; should we now act like
the
instinctual animals that live by "the survival of the fittest", where
there
is no love? Love is only something you can spend on God and other
humans...you cannot spend it on yourself, or anything lower....that is
not
love; that is "self"!
SEE--->"LOVE is the Real Thing" on this forum, or
http://s2.excoboard.com/exco/index.php?boardid=24582

"Poverty is the worst form of violence." Mahatma Gandhi [The father of India's
freedom].....The 1st Class rich on the TITANIC learned the lesson of
equality too late: when the ship went down, they all went down
together, no
matter where you were on the boat! Will the rich learn now, before it
is too
late....when the poor of the planet sink the ship by burning the
loveless
world down, each city, in one night....the fuse lit and the chaos
spread by
instant planet-wide communication of the beginning event??----------[From: "The Life of Emile Zola".........."You know that people don't want to see the starved face of truth; they would much prefer perfumed lies".] In the USA 90% of the dogs eat and live better than 30% of our children!
On the planet, 30% of humanity has no electricity!
----------The conscience of man must have another moment in time; in OUR time!
---by Jim Sorrell
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~United Nations estimates one billion people going hungry [U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization]~
"No part of the planet is immune"....."All world regions have been affected by the rise of food insecurity".
"Without food, people have only three options: They riot, they emigrate or they die."
Josette Sheeran
World Food Program
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~~'economic predators'~~{like bill gates, and other parasites, etc.}
~'they can spot a flea on a tick's ass'~
CaptChurch {aka "Samuel Clemens"}
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~~~~NEWS FLASH~~~~
~~~~NEW YORK: Retiring UN Sec.-General Kofi Annan said the UN was failing to live up to its' responsibility to protect human rights....as in Darfur....where Annan says the continuing "horror" could be shared among "those who value abstract notions of sovereignty more than the lives of real families......those whose reflex of solidarity puts them on the side of governments and not of peoples."~~~~
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"The nation's statesmen proclaim that they seek only to abolish war,
hunger and ignorance in the world, and then follow policies which make
the $rich$ $$richer$$, the poor poorer & incite the globe to
violence."
Michael Harrington
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"We Arm the World" by Frida Berrigan

The United States once again leads the world in exporting weapons~
In 2007, U.S. foreign military sales agreements totaled more than $32 billion-----nearly triple the amount during President Bush's first full year in office.
The Pentagon routinely justifies weapons sales as "promoting regional stability", but many of these arms end up in the world's war zones. In 2006 and 2007, the five biggest recipients of U.S. weapons were Pakistan ($3.5 billion), Iraq ($2.2 billion), Israel ($2.2 billion), Afghanistan ($1.9 billion) and Colombia ($580 million)-----all countries where conflict rages.
While full data is not yet available for 2008, the United States continues to flood warzones with more destabilizing weapons. In 2008, the Pentagon brokered more than $12.5 billion in possible foreign military sales to Iraq, including guns, ammunition, tanks and attack helicopters.
What's more, the United States cannot successfully track its weapons. Hundreds of thousands of U.S.-supplied pistols and automatic weapons destined for Iraqi security forces between 2004 and 2005 remain lost, according to the Government Accountability Office.
The Pentagon has "no idea where they are", Rachel Stohl, a senior analyst at the Center for Defense Information, a national-security think tank, told the Washington Post in 2007: "It likely means that the United States is unintentionally providing weapons to bad actors."
According to Stohl, "The Bush administration has demonstrated a willingness to provide weapons and military training to weak and failing states and countries that have been repeatedly criticized by the U.S. State Department for human rights volations, lack of democracy and even support of terrorism."
U.S. law curbs weapons sales to countries engaged in a "gross and consistent" pattern of human rights abuses or to countries using U.S. weapons for aggressive purposes. But these requirements are often set aside in favor of short-term objectives.
Michael Klare, director of the Amherst, Mass.-based Five College Program in Peace and World Security Studies, has followed the arms trade for decades. He discounts official claims that the delivery of arms can help promote stablility.
"The more we help one side, the more that regime's opponents are driven to seek arms from another supplier, leading to an inevitable spiral of arms buying, provocation and conflict", Klare says.
"The arms trade is never a panacea for instability", Klare says. "It can only enflame [incite] regional tensions and heighten the risk of war."
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