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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Third World America: Paradise or Oblivion?

Dignity of Man versus Crude Old Antiquated Failed System of War, Greed, and Power


by Johnny Punish


This week we learned that Detroit is filing for bankruptcy, the largest in US history for any city, and its’ calling into question everything we are doing.
Is American patriotism exaggerated? What is the real state of welfare in the US? Can the country afford its democracy promotion effort? And, is it possible that America is becoming a third world country?
Check out what Peter Lavelle is saying on Cross Talk with George Szamuely and Charles Blair.
To me, nothing wakes up a person more than failure. But can that very human trait wake up a country and a world who is failing to meet the challenge?
As the USA continues its 30 year decline teetering on a 3rd world status whilst its government continues to support global corporations who do not necessarily have the peoples interest at heart, its getting down to crunch time where we are going to be forced to examine everything from the system of government, the economy, the wisdom of capitalism, and even how we structure our communities on main street; namely the failure of suburb planning to bring peoples together.

Check out what Jacque Fresco and The Venus Project says about this issue.



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Paradise or Oblivion, by The Venus Project, introduces the viewer to a more appropriate value system that would be required to enable this caring and holistic approach to benefit human civilization. This alternative surpasses the need for a monetary-based, controlled, and scarcity-oriented environment, which we find ourselves in today.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Johnny Punish is a musician, artist, entertainer, businessman, investor, life coach, and syndicated columnist. Educated at University of Nevada Las Vegas, his articles appear in Veterans TodayMoney News Now and his Johnny Punish Blog. His art music is promoted by Peapolz Media Recordsand played on net radio at Last.fm and more.
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