There is a political and economic solution to this world problem.
I have been writing about it for many years, but I am going to stop now and just try to live a happy life, but I will write it out, just for you.
Usury (lending money on interest) is a sin, but Islamic Fundamentalism and Communism are also theft, despite what their exponents say.
The third option might
be secular nationalism, BUT it can be too centralised and corrupt and leads towards unnecessary conflicts, racial, territorial or otherwise.
People have the option to institute co-operative economics
and direct democracy
- Credit Unions
- Co-Housing Schemes
- Buying Co-operatives
- Co-operative Home Schooling
- Alternative Currencies and Bartering
One begins by co-operativising the retail sector, followed by the agriculture, then the rest just follows.
The problem with the Occupy Movement in the US was that it was an attempt to reform capitalism.
US capitalism is the Federal Reserve, fractional reserve banking, currency trading and futures' derivatives. Waving a banner and drinking coffee in a tent is not going to stop it, and I do not think that it was ever meant to.
Capitalism must be constructively subverted, with co-operative economics, where private wealth is well-distributed, rather than publicly shared.
I am outraged that the US administration has encouraged the replacing of secular nationalists with Islamic fundamentalists. The Coptics could just as rightly demand jizya
from muslims in Egypt, as they were there first.
This nominally Christian country, the USA, needs to be saved from itself.
US Capitalism does not care if you pray to Jesus, Allah, Hashem or Kim Jong Un, so long as you accept and become enthralled by its economic system. If anything, Assyrians, Copts, Druze, Jews, Samaritans and their tendency towards social and economical cohesion are an encumberance. If you are not in debt, and using fiat money from a fractional reserve bank you are a danger to the system and need to eat some freedom bullets, like Muammar Gaddafi...
So how did it really feel to see the leader of a sovereign nation struck down by Islamist trash and thugs? Disappointing.
I do not know the dynamics of the situation fully, but if Assad wants the US to back down, he is going to have to make some liberal concessions, economically speaking, but I would imagine that he is on the brink of not owning the country anyway, and just one concession more and he might as well be retired. I now imagine him as a good man; perhaps not terribly corrupt at all...
The US Administration and the globalists like George *fucking* Soros are clearly prepared to use Islamic fundamentalism to further their economics agenda, and yes, it is not going to stop.
Pakistan is pretending to be a secular country. What a joke. Pakistan's token Christian is probably a ninety-three year old midget with no legs who lives in a cupboard with the country's only Jew, a puppet animation used to make Islamist propaganda films.
The United States of America is not a Christian nation, and their governments have betrayed Christendom for mammon time and time again.
Co-operative Economics / Direct Democracy