North Americans Must Take the Money Back from the Wealthy

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http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dailybrew/oil-sands-royalties-aren-t-big-enough-albertans-183545687.html

 

The gun-runners and drug dealers, along with the government, bankers and oil companies need to give the money back. Bank accounts all over the world need to be accounted. And the chemical companies need to be charged, along with the applicable government, with terrorism and treason.

 

Let us start with the wealthiest and work our way down.

 

“Brian Elwin Pomeroy”

 

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North Americans Must Take the Money Back from the Wealthy

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http://ca.news.yahoo.com/blogs/dailybrew/oil-sands-royalties-aren-t-big-enough-albertans-183545687.html 

The gun-runners and drug dealers, along with the government, bankers and oil companies need to give the money back. Bank accounts all over the world need to be accounted. And the chemical companies need to be charged, along with the applicable government, with terrorism and treason.

 

Let us start with the wealthiest and work our way back.

 

“Brian Elwin Pomeroy”

The Empathy Gap

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·          http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/04/09/the-empathy-gap/?nl=opinion&emc=edit_ty_20120409


                       Joseph O'Shaughnessy

·                                 Downers Grove, Illinois

·                                 Verified

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Reagan was a nice guy. Right Wingers, union members, even Tip O'Neill loved Reagan. We hadn't learned our lesson yet. 

But I had to climb over the bodies of a dozen people sleeping in the vestibule of Grand Central Station to get into the terminal. I saw a man sitting in a cardboard box in front of St. Thomas's…with his little girl. 

And that was the Reagan recession when we knew it would end and simply gritted out teeth and waited. This is not the same. This is the attempt of Reagan's sick political heirs to change society permanently. 

Ryan is not a nice guy, nor was Reagan. These people who believe that they can stand up one morning and look up to the sky and say that they have been morally cleansed because of some switch they turn on in their minds that they call "being born again" are not saved. 

Their superstitions tell them that they are saved. They clear their consciences like sweeping out the garage. But they don't. It is too convenient. If it were that easy, anyone could do it. Anyone can. 

They use a mental device to ignore what they do not want to see. They do not see poverty and pain and disease and heartbreaking, long-term despair. It does exist, but not for people like Reagan and Ryan. 

That is how they can be so cheerful and such good company, and such "nice guys."

 

I have met many a Reagan in my life and it is why some others are angry people while the Reagan-type have all the friends; because they thought trickle down would work. They kissed the ass of the rich and got nothing but a bad taste in their mouths.

 

 

CBC Edits World Vision Bust

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We were watching Market Place tonight and we saw that you edited the World Vision bust. Did the CBC employees get into trouble for screwing up the show or did somebody get fired for not reading a memo?

Brian Elwin Pomeroy

[brianelwinpomeroy] BBC News – Commodity prices fall on global slowdown

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Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 09:15:03 -0800
From: post-pbDGAqwipHfvumI@brianelwinpomeroy.posterous.com
To: elwinpomeroy@hotmail.com
Subject: [brianelwinpomeroy] BBC News – Commodity prices fall on global slowdown

I wanted the interest rates to go up one quarter every quarter until markets stabilized. I suggested this over a year ago and now at the end of ‘room’ to move we find the Canadian dollar lagging and people, the middle class, who did save money for retirement, not getting their just deserts.
 
Following the USA in monetary policy is stupid and greedy because it cons people into doing the wrong thing with their money; to not understand it properly.
 
Look me up and you will find I do not care to retire or make a lot of money but rather tell people to monitor the government before they screw the entire system up. I only anticipate the complaints from people in hindsight and that is what I resent. The basics of math still rule and the governments are using smoke and mirrors to cheat and or otherwise manipulate people out of their savings and their home.
 
“Brian Elwin Pomeroy”
 
P.S. I work for Appleton Estates Rum and Red Number Seven Tobacco. My only compliant would be taxes on sin, which is not a sin but rather a way to weed the weak. As with the weed, I know people, smart people, who handle this kind of life without any problems and I would suggest a little research by everyone.
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-16239895
 
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