American Empire VS Roman Empire : monetary history repeats itself
After listening to Glen Beck lecture on and on as if he was a PhD in economics about how we are on the road to socialism because of unfunded liabilities like social security and Medicare, I am about ready to spit up.
The truth is the Western European democracies manage even if they are a bit more lavish about handouts then they should be but in this country, we are overlooking a few things..
Maybe Social Security is running short because They can't keep their hands off of it. By robbing its surplus, the congress is directly responsible for making it a real ponzey scheme that they claim it is.
The biggest liability is supporting a global police force for domestic corporations that have essentially moved off shore to avoid tax for services made by the military for their benefit. We should also take note that they have taken the jobs and manufacturing base with them.
The link above suggests a partnership inflation between and war in the Roman Empire. It a cycle that has been repeated many times and bears a striking similarity between circumstances then and now along with predictable results.
i typed all this up
this isnt spam
at least thank me
if ur too lazy to read this
its basically saying that america is
heading in the same direction as rome
think about it
That statement is true to some extent. But going back to 2k years ago isn't what its used for.
there are no 'bad' parts in history.
true but what i meant were events like the holocaust
WW1 AND WW2
because when u think about it they rlly arent bad becuz they shaped the world
we live in today
but i guess they are bad because the world we live in is a fucked up place