Thursday, May 31, 2007

Environmentalism/Economics, The Kennsington and S.E. Alaska

Whales of the oceans should be protected; it's the human thing to do, and SEACC perhaps leads the support locally in S.E. Alaska for Whale conservation. SEACDC should sell bumper stickers with their logo on the side of a whale cavorting in the fiords of S.E. Alaska.The Kennsington attack radio ad on the SEAC South East Alaska Conservation Thursday morning blaming them for Kennsington's inability to persuade the 9th circuit court if appeals that it is right to dump mine tailing into a pristine mountain lake and thus affectign the region's economy deleteriously was an unfortunate example of the power of corporatism to use the broadcast spectrum of corporatism as a bludgeoning tool of repressment of democratic dissent.

The Kennsington ad voices a belief that mining, and by direct inference polluting environmentally destructive mining regarding the recent environmental comnservation litigation, is necessary for sustainable economic development. It seemed to descry tourism as an industry to rely upon, yet tourism can become the core of sustainable diversification if the capitol moves one day because of the short-sitedness of the Mat-Su borough populace or because of a wise move to Fairbanks for fair government in the geographic center of the state where warm-weather oilmen here for lobbying junkets would find it a little more challenging.People wonder of the relationships of economics and environmental; they are complex and more than I can write about presently. yet I will touch upon a few points regarding facts about general economics and conservation issues. It is worth remembering that the Kennsington and other mines operate as large corporations quite often globally manipulating and exploiting local polities in order to take their profits and leave a mess.

Their lobbyists may convince Alaskans to invest a half a billion dollars or more with ongoing costs in a largely Canadian natural gas line perhaps as some sort of back door globalist reliance. Yet the Canadians have Arboreal forest issues of their own; NATURE reports that Canadian arboreal forest sequester 180 billion tons of carbon and is home for 3 billion migratory birds. The new gas pipeline would cut through the heart of millions of kilometers of wilderness and create pollution and despoiling issues in the long run some of which could also be subject to litigation with the Alaska Government becoming a target.The approach to modification of existing deleterious environmental practices is a political variable for-itself contingent upon the actual state of the political environment in which the empirical environment exists.

Changes in the United States or Brazil depend upon the actual political powers and the ability of educators and rationalists to reach the public in order to influence opinion. In most of the world today actual democracy is a non-factor and corporatism, socialism or some other form of authoritarianist government prevails. I will write something about the political difficulties that beset the United States and Alaska presently negating much of the effects of political action by ordinary citizens.

Corporatists in the oil business are very influential in Alaska and the world today...even in the catastrophically mal-planned post 2003 Iraq war rebuilding effort largely by the United States a few corporations friendly to the administration's economic interests such as KBR, Halliburton and Bechtel got the lion's share of dumped ineffective, billions spent for reconstruction leaving the Iraqi's generally as bystanders. in fact until four months after the war only 1.7 billion was budgeted, and Paul Wolfowitz believed Iraqi oil would pay for the reconstruction itself providing a 100 billion for reconstruction right away annually.Corporatism and socialism each are repressive forms of government in absolute terms limiting the fundamental rights of individuals to exist in-the-world for-themselves.

Corporatism and socialism each are collective forms of social organization with the former taking over government from the outside in and the latter taking it over from the inside out. The United States today has slipped into the darkness of both socialism and corporatism with the corporatist broadcast media the essential agency of propaganda and mass social control. Instead of 300 million individual keyed broadcast citizen stations there re just a few uttering the opinions of rich corporatists and occasionally of socialists.Particularists, local control of politics in a democratic context is a necessary step toward liberation from the sociopathic socialist or corporatist cold-bloodedness prevalent in present political structures of the west.The strength of a democracy is in individual free expression, individual creativity, individual genius to solve social problems and in the vast diverse opinion and ideas generated by intelligent and diverse, liberated people defending their own borders and governance within a nation. Global collectivism in the guise of corporatism and socialism both seek to enslave Americans as degraded, indebted, ignorant service workers mocked and ruled by an international class of mafia 'businessmen or businesswomen' enforcing the allocation of resources for their own maximal profit in a 'disposable world'; after all, it is presumed that enslaved intellectuals and inventors will produce a new gadget or two needed to solve any real emergent environmental crisis that may arise when necessary. The global business mafia class known in Russia as 'the roof' will break down America's border security with tens of millions of illegal aliens if it can with the objective being the further subversion of the concept and reality of the U.S.A. as a nation with secure borders under God instead of global mammon.In communications meaning is far more important than form.

Comprehensibility of meaning is the basic goal of meaningful communication. In the U.S.A. Today form is viewed as of far more value than meaning. In novels form is the primary requisite with some form of content placing a close second. Readers want their action explosive, or their lust big and music sweet. Music is the primary form of communication in which meaning is of virtually no value and form is everything. Perhaps that reversal is good for musicians that wreak havoc upon reason when they venture to place political content in their music lyrics generally leaving a train wreck behind though with too much music in a society form becomes all-important pervasively while political reason and meaning is deleted as tiresome 'lecturing' even in the written word.Modern globalist atheists view humanity as mouths that want nourishment or biological entities of equal non-value occasionally credited with meaningless thoughts and ideas of an illusory nature. How many 'holes' can be packed into the Albert Hall or onto the Earth is a phenomenal question of interest possibly for statisticians in a metaphysical treatise on the quantification of meaningless demography.

Demographics and its realty as manifest living people in actual places is reduced to an examination of methods to process the 'fish' for control and profit; a dehumanized humanity is necessarily a 'bowl of cherries' for advantaged globalists to pluck accompanied by the chords of pathos, poverty and redemption by the rich propagandized as the proles transfer their allegiance unto the anti-Christ of the era.Corporatism and socialism are mass forms of deactualizing individual intelligence and phenomenal geophysical existence as meaningful facts in-themselves. An Aristotelian particularized approach to solving common empirical issues that keeps individual existence and right to life as necessary components of politics is a better way to deal with the many global environmental political and sectarian issues that present themselves today as common problems.

The debate isn't empirically between a solipsistic individualism ignorant of common issues and pure dehumanized collectivism, but of finding a golden mean in politics to respect individual rights personally and empirically and the reality of democratic government able to contain the economic brilliance of capitalism.Inheritance taxes are one such issue. In the United States death taxes on estates of more than 3 million dollars should be set at 50% in order to prevent formation of a non-working royal mafia over the generations. Fifty% of 50 billion dollars is still a lot of money, and if the people work with it perhaps they can surpass the wealth passed on, or alternatively lose it over the generations until they are just ordinary poor citizens.Global corporations in the United States pay not net taxes presently, and border security issues on the Mexican frontier are rigged to forfeit to Mexico because no environmentally acceptable border control zone is planned by anyone except perhaps myself even in a hypothetical criterion...several ditches and elevated patrol roads with berms would be effective as would variously configured saltwater recreation barriers.

Perhaps the nations' politicians really are incompetent and the national intelligence not so high, and expectations must be lowered regarding the future of the United States-I hope not.Writing some additional lines to provide examples of the problems that broadcasting under the control of a globally owned corporatism creates I will use the state of Alaska and it's capital city of Juneau.This Alaskan city of 29,000 citizens expands its population each day seasonally by as many as 15,000 people including crew and passengers of cruise ships. Many of the stores in the scenic old town area open seasonally too and close their doors as the cold winds and snows of fall approach to open again a couple of weeks before the paying visitors arrive. The state legislature usually has adjourned before the first cruise ships arrive in early May and have returned to their enclaves as tools of corporatist oil corporations not unusually. Alaska hasn't conflict of interest laws and some of the legislators are direct employees of oil corporations that demand concessions from the people of Alaska. Some have argued that the state capital should be relocated to the geographical center in Fairbanks of course, but the current Alaskans say that it is cold in Fairbanks, and someplace with quicker international fights to the globe such as Anchorage or Wasilla would be warmer for the corporatists.

If the capital moved to Fairbanks Juneau would have hundreds of new living spaces go on the market for conversion to tourist time-shares and condo conversion including the descrepit state capitol building. The talk of building a Lynn Canal wilderness destroying road would stop. It would be far easier for the 1000 S.E. Alaskans to travel to Fairbanks in the winter for the legislative session than for the unreasonable reverse situation to continue. Driving to Anchorage from Juneau is just too far for safety and vice versa in the dead of winter-yet the Fairbanks-Juneau drive is quite good with only 50 miles of deep coastal snow portions to traverse in those front wheel drive vehicles (and 4 wheel drive for the less adventuresome).

The stimulating presence of hundreds or thousands of intelligent new residents of Juneau would perhaps stimulate a better private business economic development situation, and the state workers would love Fairbanks. I spent three winters in Fairbanks walking to the college sometimes and enjoyed that more than when driving an old Honda civic with a broken heater blower ans a large hole in the floor on the driver's side. The turning of the wildlife colors to white is quite an aesthetic accompaniment to the northern lights and quiet snowfall.With just two AM radio stations and several FM the city of Juneau has innumerable frequencies available for some sort of reformed non-corporatist broadcasting and of course the legislature is incapable of imagining any such sort of progress for the people that would support a more democratic allocation of physical communication resources. Nationally the United States has given its broadcasting liberty to a few rich global corporations and the opinions on any given political issues are formed and expressed largely through the selective treatment of the exclusive corporatist media. Democracy such as the founders envisioned with a free press are quashed for the few modern 'Torrie's' able to win the FCC and communications financial competition.

As in the American revolutionary era free access communications are an indispensable aspect of the formation of revolutionary, democratic political opinions. Neither the Alaska State legislature nor the federal are democratic enough to innovate new methods of electromagnetic communications wavelength reformation in support of renewed democratic politics.The public could maximize wavelength use and coordinate it with Internet audio on citizen's websites. Locally each citizen could share a slice of the available radio spectrum for his own broadcast use.

Locally each citizen could have his web-page verified as that of a citizen living in the city and state in person and have a few minutes or a few hours a day to have his own political opinions and ideas broadcast to the masses. Juneau might have as many as 5,000 citizens that would take advantage of the opportunity to broadcast via their Internet site. The public would privatize the broadcasts for-themselves but publicly pay for the transmit technology much as they currently pay for physical highway construction and maintenance. Nationally this process could be replicated until the democratization of broadcast political opinion is achieved.

Diversity of opinion is the strength of the democracy. In Venezuela recently President Chavez closed down the last privately owned radio station while in the United States a few corporations own the use of wavelengths with the costs beyond that of mere mortal citizen individually. A rectification of broadcast allocation in the United States would let 300 million points of broadcast 'light' shine in the darkness of the present global authoritarianization of mass broadcast communications.Who ordered the oil field services corporation VECO C.E.O. to corrupt the Alaska State Legislature and buy votes that would cut state tax revenues by the billions from a tentative vast virgin wilderness destroying natural gas pipeline in Alaska? Were the usual global oil corporation suspects behind the move to subvert democracy in the state of Alaska?

Would Exxon-Mobil, Conoco and BP the three corporations primarily interested in operating the new pipeline themselves in order to skim extra profits from untracked gas flows possibly (its been done before) be part of a vast right wing oil corporate conspiracy to defraud and corrupt Alaska Democracy?Saudi Arabia's royal collective of 30,000 princes and princesses nationalized oil fields in the 1970's following Khaddafi's insight, Dubai probably did the same along with the other middle eastern royal oil companies, Hugo Chavez recently nationalized Venezuela's oil fields, and in Alaska global oil companies seek to lape the public resources that are non renewable that are fossil fuels building up over the 4 billion year planetary history in the wink of an eye like crankheads discovering a diamond encrusted watch that was a gift to Mother Teresa she planned to use to convert one of Saddam Hussein's palaces into an orphanage for the lost children of Iraq made homeless by violence over ownership of Iraq's 200 billion barrels of untapped reserves in the desert.

What can a democracy do to conserve it's public resources from the unscrupulous? What ca a democracy do to not squander it's non-renewable resources and become hapless destitute in the broken trail of deflated, spent dreams of civilization?Cut out the middleman was the corporate mantra through the 1970's. The global oil corporations represent stockholder collectives that put no work at all into the state of Alaska. These non-Alaskans reap the oil and gas of the frontier corrupting the American dream of a plentiful wilderness that provides for the local homesteaders. The state of Alaska should respect its existing oil and gas leases as a democracy unlike the communist and aristocratic collectives, yet the state should develop its own oil and gas fields in the future purchasing its own fossil fuel exploration company (I worked for Western Geophysical long ago before Halliburton bought it) for less than a billion dollars and occasionally hire a small drilling company to punch in a few wells.

The State would keep 100% of the oil sales price that would go at Valdez to private distributor spot purchasers. The gas and oil would be sold for 50% of the market value and a requisite for it's sale would be that it be marketed in the United States. This tactic by the state of Alaska would require only a fraction as much oil and gas to be sold in order to receive the present level of tax revenue and would also tend to lower the global gas prices driven up by royal collectives, socialist collectives and middle man field plunderers that could teach a thing or to to Blackbeard and Johnny Depp.A Liquid Natural Gas plant could be built at Valdez by a contractor and a gas pipeline alongside the existing oil pipeline spaced suitably to forestall 'sympathetic' accidental detonation from sabotage.

If Alaskans pay the cost of living on the cold frontier they ought to have some sort of natural plentiful offset recompense. State revenues could fund the best schools in America or be distributed to global soup kitchens when times are plentiful enough after infrastructure needs are met. Most jobs created by another pipeline would be filled by transient workers from the south of Texas and elsewhere who would have their jobs filled in their absence by illegal aliens. Most Alaskans are already employed and any jobs would be temporary. Most long range jobs would be perhaps in environmental clean up and other inspection and remediation costs.

The existing oil pipeline on the north slope to Valdez employs very, very few Alaskans. In theory a democracy can sell its crude oil itself directly to retailers and skip the Exxon-Mobil middleman that hasn't yet even paid it's claims judgment from about 20 years ago at the Exxon-Valdez oil spill, there isn't anything socialist about it.Revised scientific analysis shows the polar cap melting at 7.8% per decade. Within 43 years the north pole may have no ice annually in summer. Human greenhouse gassing is probably accountable for the accelerating pace of meltdown due to atmospheric warming.

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/01/us/01climate.html?em&ex=1178164800&en=52c30a1542dc7f2e&ei=5087%0A

Humanity of course has existed with civilizations only for 9,000 years while the world is 4 billion years old. Human responsibility for environmental changes are largely denied by commercial talk radio apologists for global corporatist quick trick profits now powers that exploit perhaps inadvertently, and innumerable straw man arguments are applied liberally to smear empirical analysts, even a religion card is used to defend the right of cheap corporate profits through environmental plundering that leave ecological externalities for the public to pay for.Some of the familiar straw men are 'socialists and reds are attacking us and out right to profit' (it makes no difference to the damaged environment what the political philosophy is of the perpetrators that violate it), the Bible says it's o.k. cause God will make a new Earth (don't count on being excused from supporting catastrophe and Armageddon build up for yourself-further on this Christian theory tangent../how would Jesus have explained to the people of his day the post Planck time at 10 to the minus 43rd power the faster-than-light inflation of the universe from a fraction of a quark size to the size of a grapefruit by 10 to the minus 35th second and the consequent 'big bang' expansion of space time?

Could he have said in the Aramaic language of the time, the Universe started from a tittle OR a jot size to a tittle times a tittle to the jot's power, or alternately might he have said the Universe grew from a mustard seed to larger than what you see know like a pregnant woman's belly of vast size? Wouldn't people have then believed in some sort of pregnant uterine cosmology with some sort of delivery in the future? instead Jesus said the universe or kingdom of God is like a tree growing with room for all kinds of life...good enough cosmology for the era wasn't it?).

Democracy is a responsibility thing with corporations of no more value than any other voter before law. Not Exxon-Mobil nor Freida Freeling have a right to pollute or warm up the atmosphere until the oceans boil away and the annual Earth temperature is 800 degrees farhenheightennugen.An incredible global broadcast propaganda engine supports fossil fuel economic hegemony over the north. From Qaanaaq to Unakleet pollutants from distant smokestacks and other pollution sources drop deposited by atmospheric currents warming with greenhouse effects. Local macro-economic and energy change is more difficult in northern places with the annual requirement for reliable energy for harsh winter survival.

Deep pocketed global corporations rather easily purchase influence and control of localities and concatenate that to state and national control. Fossil fuel development just rolls on decade after decade even as alternate, cleaner, better ,cheaper, safer complete energy systems are neglected. Most politicians even at the federal level disregard meaningful macro-economic-energy-import/export corporate ownership analysis in order to develop knowledge enough to enable meaningful interpolated revisions to dysfunction local, state and federal energy policies. The reason for that is the inertia of influence and dependence upon a formerly constructive and presently retarding fossil fuel industry.

Alaskan oil field developments continue to penetrate and proliferate broadly as an ineffective clique of fossil fuel reliant dullards in the state legislature vote approval of a resolution to descry possible listing of the polar bear as an endangered species due to habitat loss. The state is tied to oil developer's royalty tithing of the state financially and will not significantly invest in diversified energy production from ample wind, geothermal, solar and other plentiful seasonal supplies of alternate fuels.

In Russia the government has played into the oil set's hands and transitioned the state and nation into reliance upon fossil fuels and nuclear power for energy and income making it another sycophant of polluting macro-economic phenomenalities that also allocate profits in a hierarchical way implicitly corrupting democracy's necessary egalitarianism. The same phenomena exists in Iraq with the central legislature and prime minister failing to adopt a distribution of oil field ownership plan to the citizens in order to avoid the usual clique of oil predators running government.In the world today ten of the twelve most profitable corporations are fossil fuel companies or internal combustion engine auto producers. In Alaska a host of global corporations decree state political development de facto, most recent entrant is the Italian Corporation Eni' that has purchased the Nikaitchuq oil field for 900 million dollars. These 80 wells and 32 offshore islands in the high arctic add more waste in the land, sea and sky disturbing the natural thermal and chemical context of the environment.

Thousands of wells exist or are being built or in the planning stages all over Alaska and Russia maladroitly altering the security of the northern ecology and directly that natural healthy environment of humanity. Global corporatism around the world with it's concentration of well and systems control of national macro-economics makes significant national political transition to non-polluting industrial and transport-energy infrastructure development difficult.

The most significant aspect of the corporatist-socialist macro-organizational hegemony and obstruction of the deleterious ecological business interface is the Toynbean fall of civilization context parameter usually limited to just one civilization's inability to change. Because the civilization is now a global civilization the inability to move away from multifarious fossil fuel exploitation of the environment and repression of healthier technologies and political change may doom the world's ecology.The trans-Arctic eco-region is the dump for a variety of pollutants as part of the chemical war on Earth by humanity. A build up of toxic chemicals adversely affects the health of a myriad of wildlife species as well as human health. Global warming and radical environmental alterity aren't the only malefaction's and pervasive changes in continuing alterity to the Arctic environment.The Amazonian forest debatably is being exploited for farming and industrial development by President Lula DeSilva; political leadership with socialist traits may be as irresponsible as the most predatory corporatists in some cases perhaps; certainly the Soviet Union was one of the greatest offenders upon the health of the Arctic and in all likelihood was number one.
http://www.nrdc.org/globalwarming/qthinice.asphttp://www.commondreams.org/headlines02/1002-03.ht m polar bear sex changeshttp://www.allthingsarctic.com/environment/polluti on.aspxhttp://content.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?i d=4608

An article by Susanne Rust of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel about biphenyl-A illustrates the wide distribution of water contamination and other sources with serious health risks for humanity and wildlife. The biphenyl-A isn't as glamorous as pcbs of course yet is pervasive in industrialized nations and may help cause prostate cancer as it acts like estrogen. The chemical is used in plastics and many food containers and is likely to be effective at low levels. The waterways of the nation and world have pollution from a number of sources, and many of them are zero-point pollutants that can affect locales as remote as northern Canada and Alaska:

http://www.epa.gov/owow/nps/facts/ zero point pollution

Trans-Arctic peoples are also assaulted by mining runoff into water supplies. The greatest active water polluter in Alaska reportedly is the Red Dog Mine. Many Northern peoples are hooked by the dire need for a job to withstand the harsh Arctic winter.

Especially for aboriginal peoples the loss of natural environmentally supported healthy lifestyles because of pollution compels a search for a job in a polluting, environmentally destructive extraction industry. These extraction industries often are trans-national front companies to be dumped in case legal liability for pollution arises. Some other companies of extraction industries such as Exxon have litigated one single instance of pollution for nearly twenty years destroying comparative advantage opportunities for employment adjustment by victims of the pollution.Leadville; a book about mining in Colorado and the toxic waste problem that required superfund sites for remediation, is an excellent book.

A number of mining issues arise in S.E. Alaska and in the rest of the state, and the time delays on production of good analytical written materials in book for are substantial. There isn't much recent writing on the subject of mining, mining history, present mine activities and the concatenated effects of chemical pollution from mine tailings and so forth that kill the ecological health of watersheds.Mining isn't the only point source of dispersed source of killing levels of toxic wastes and habitat destruction for fish of course.

The state of Washington lost its salmon fisheries' health through a number of causes including over fishing, destruction of stream health, dams and so forth. For Alaska to keep its wild fisheries healthy, the next administration will need to get off its complaisance and actively investigate and control mine pollution runoff of acid and heavy metals in Alaska.

Some good writer could serve public interests by developing a book proposal at least to consolidate accurately mining issues quantitatively and qualitatively in Alaska and British Columbia....the Canadians presently are going through permitting of a vast open pit mine with a tailing's pond on a tributary of the Stikine River that debauches into S.E. Alaska, another mine proposal is up the Taku River-these rivers are two of the primary historical sources of large salmon in S.E. Alaska. With the piecemeal and inadequate public knowledge of the damage mining runoff causes to the health of waterways controlling these mining sprees is difficult, yet the polluting effects may go on for centuries after the mining shell corporation has gone out of business.A number of mines have issues; Green's Creek owned by three global mining corporations with records of meaningful pollution including Rio Tonto, Kennecott and Hecla.

A number of mines have been developed and abandoned over the years, concise analytical surveys of concatenated water pollution effects ongoing never make it to a public webpage or books-each should receive attention.The Tulsequah area mines of British Columbia up the Taku, the Kensington, A.J. Treadwell, Klag Bay and Pebble mines join Alaskan history as mines that compile to attack the environment in some way large or small. The Red Dog mine of western Alaska recently made the news as one of the nation's largest emitters of heavy metals yet where is the follow up substantive analysis on the present and long range actual effects for the public.Mining in Alaska will over time contribute its share to the destruction of fisheries directly and indirectly in order to bring Alaska up to the speed of Washington and Oregon with impounded fishing fleets and hundreds of millions of ongoing publicly paid efforts to restore fishing runs.

The public monitoring of adverse mining activity in Alaska will need to select meaningful a priori control of pollution and non-loss of fishing habitat as part of permitting if government is to be other than crooked as usual regarding extraction industries.One book 'Predicting Water Quality Problems at Hardrock Mines (A failure of science, oversight and good practice)' was published in 2006. The author Alan Septoff contributed a useful work that could be a reference source for the anticipated book on 'The History of Mining Pollution in S.E. Alaska and British Columbia Past & Present'.Alaskans want good jobs, but right thinking Alaskans want good jobs with companies that can be proud of their environmental conservation.The problems of global pollution affecting waters and people that live on wildlife from the waters are substantively under-studied by the federal administration evidently.

Consider a particular region's advanced post-industrial pollution construction challenges...The administration does not take to heart health issues created for Alaskans living on natural foods from the Arctic Ocean and Beaufort Sea. A recent study of Arviat, Nunavut by Martina Tyrrell in 'Arctic' Vol. 59 considered the high levels of toxicity drawn from seals, beluga Whales, polar bear and in some cases Arctic Char exhibiting deformities.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Water_pollution

Amidst the three general pollutant categories Tyrell mention was that anti-chauvinistically titled POP's, or persistent organic pollutants (this doesn't refer to male insemination of a lesbian drifting female population). POPS such as 'PCB's, DDT, toxaphene, endosulfane, brominated fire retardants' where amongst those Tyrell reported. They arrive by wind and sea, rivers and perhaps some pollution is deposited by garbage and snow machines left by northern as well as from plants causing pollution in the 48 states.

http://www.nunavut.com/POPS

are used in marine hull coatings, lubricants, making plastics, in pesticides and other sources Tyrell noted. Alaskans should be concerned about administration traits to flood the region with oil industry pollutants in the long range, while dispersal of pollutant takes longer than human lifetimes in many instances. The possibility of additional offshore bio corruption by pen reared fish, and of extra oil and gas pipelines to fund a corrupt global oil corporatism retarding U.S. national alternate energy independence even if companies such as Halliburton moving its headquarters to Dubai do provide employment for former cabinet officers of the United States sometimes and receive vast federal contracts now and then should be considered at least by the Congress as reason enough to look for alternate, clean methods of living in a stable environmental configuration.It is notable that the NOAA concerns about pollution in the Arctic differ from those of Tyrell.
The mood of NOAA seems more unconcerned:

http://www.ccma.nos.noaa.gov/stressors/pollution/assessments/ac_arctic.html

http://www.archive.greenpeace.org/toxics/html/content/pop2.html

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Corporatist Boradcast Wavelengths

The approach to modification of existing deleterious environmental practices is a political variable for-itself contingent upon the actual state of the political environment in which the empirical environment exists. Changes in the United States or Brazil depend upon the actual political powers and the ability of educators and rationalists to reach the public in order to influence opinion. In most of the world today actual democracy is a non-factor and corporatism, socialism or some other form of authoritarianist government prevails. I will write something about the political difficulties that beset the United States and Alaska presently negating much of the effects of political action by ordinary citizens. Corporatists in the oil business are very influential in Alaska and the world today...even in the catastrophically mal-planned post 2003 Iraq war rebuilding effort largely by the United States a few corporations friendly to the administration's economic interests such as KBR, Halliburton and Bechtel got the lion's share of dumped ineffective, billions spent for reconstruction leaving the Iraqi's generally as bystanders. in fact until four months after the war only 1.7 billion was budgeted, and Paul Wolfowitz believed Iraqi oil would pay for the reconstruction itself providing a 100 billion for reconstruction right away annually.

Corporatism and socialism each are repressive forms of government in absolute terms limiting the fundamental rights of individuals to exist in-the-world for-themselves. Corporatism and socialism each are collective forms of social organization with the former taking over government from the outside in and the latter taking it over from the inside out. The United States today has slipped into the darkness of both socialism and corporatism with the corporatist broadcast media the essential agency of propaganda and mass social control. Instead of 300 million individual keyed broadcast citizen stations there re just a few uttering the opinions of rich corporatists and occasionally of socialists.

Particularists, local control of politics in a democratic context is a necessary step toward liberation from the sociopathic socialist or corporatist cold-bloodedness prevelant in present political structures of the west.

The strength of a democracy is in individual free expression, individual creativity, individual genius to solve social problems and in the vast diverse opinion and ideas generated by intelligent and diverse, liberated people defending their own borders and governance within a nation. Global collectivism in the guise of corporatism and socialism both seek to enslave Americans as degraded, indebted, ignorant service workers mocked and ruled by an international class of mafia 'businessmen or businesswomen' enforcing the allocation of resources for their own maximal profit in a 'disposable world'; after all, it is presumed that enslaved intellectuals and inventors will produce a new gadget or two needed to solve any real emergent environmental crisis that may arise when necessary. The global business mafia class known in Russia as 'the roof' will break down America's border security with tens of millions of illegal aliens if it can with the objective being the further subversion of the concept and reality of the U.S.A. as a nation with secure borders under God instead of global mammon.

In communications meaning is far more important than form. Comprehensibility of meaning is the basic goal of meaningful communication. In the U.S.A. Today form is viewed as of far more value than meaning. In novels form is the primary requisite with some form of content placing a close second. Readers want their action explosive, or their lust big and music sweet. Music is the primary form of communication in which meaning is of virtually no value and form is everything. Perhaps that reversal is good for musicians that wreak havoc upon reason when they venture to place political content in their music lyrics generally leaving a train wreck behind though with too much music in a society form becomes all-important pervasively while political reason and meaning is deleted as tiresome 'lecturing' even in the written word.

Modern globalist atheists view humanity as mouths that want nourishment or biological entities of equal non-value occasionally credited with meaningless thoughts and ideas of an illusory nature. How many 'holes' can be packed into the Albert Hall or onto the Earth is a phenomenal question of interest possibly for statisticians in a metaphysical treatise on the quantification of meaningless demography. Demographics and its realty as manifest living people in actual places is reduced to an examination of methods to process the 'fish' for control and profit; a dehumanized humanity is necessarily a 'bowl of cherries' for advantaged globalists to pluck accompanied by the chords of pathos, poverty and redemption by the rich propagandized as the proles transfer their allegiance unto the anti-Christ of the era.

Corporatism and socialism are mass forms of deactualizing individual intelligence and phenomenal geophysical existence as meaningful facts in-themselves. An Aristotelian particularized approach to solving common empirical issues that keeps individual existence and right to life as necessary components of politics is a better way to deal with the many global environmental political and sectarian issues that present themselves today as common problems. The debate isn't empirically between a solipsistic individualism ignorant of common issues and pure dehumanized collectivism, but of finding a golden mean in politics to respect individual rights personally and empirically and the reality of democratic government able to contain the economic brilliance of capitalism.

Inheritance taxes are one such issue. In the United States death taxes on estates of more than 3 million dollars should be set at 50% in order to prevent formation of a non-working royal mafia over the generations. Fifty% of 50 billion dollars is still a lot of money, and if the people work with it perhaps they can surpass the wealth passed on, or alternatively lose it over the generations until they are just ordinary poor citizens.

Global corporations in the United States pay not net taxes presently, and border security issues on the Mexican frontier are rigged to forfeit to Mexico because no environmentally acceptable border control zone is planned by anyone except perhaps myself even in a hypothetical criterion...several ditches and elevated patrol roads with berms would be effective as would variously configured saltwater recreation barriers.

Perhaps the nations' politicians really are incompetent and the national intelligence not so high, and expectations must be lowered regarding the future of the United States-I hope not.
Writing some additional lines to provide examples of the problems that broadcasting under the control of a globally owned corporatism creates I will use the state of Alaska and it's capital city of Juneau.

This Alaskan city of 29,000 citizens expands its population each day seasonally by as many as 15,000 people including crew and passengers of cruise ships. Many of the stores in the scenic old town area open seasonally too and close their doors as the cold winds and snows of fall approach to open again a couple of weeks before the paying visitors arrive. The state legislature usually has adjourned before the first cruise ships arrive in early May and have returned to their enclaves as tools of corporatist oil corporations not unusually. Alaska hasn't conflict of interest laws and some of the legislators are direct employees of oil corporations that demand concessions from the people of Alaska. Some have argued that the state capital should be relocated to the geographical center in Fairbanks of course, but the current Alaskans say that it is cold in Fairbanks, and someplace with quicker international fights to the globe such as Anchorage or Wasilla would be warmer for the corporatists.

With just two AM radio stations and several FM the city of Juneau has innumerable frequencies available for some sort of reformed non-corporatist broadcasting and of course the legislature is incapable of imagining any such sort of progress for the people that would support a more democratic allocation of physical communication resources. Nationally the United States has given its broadcasting liberty to a few rich global corporations and the opinions on any given political issues are formed and expressed largely through the selective treatment of the exclusive corporatist media. Democracy such as the founders envisioned with a free press are quashed for the few modern 'Torrie's' able to win the FCC and communications financial competition. As in the American revolutionary era free access communications are an indispensable aspect of the formation of revolutionary, democratic political opinions. Neither the Alaska State legislature nor the federal are democratic enough to innovate new methods of electromagnetic communications wavelength reformation in support of renewed democratic politics.

The public could maximize wavelength use and coordinate it with Internet audio on citizen's websites. Locally each citizen could share a slice of the available radio spectrum for his own broadcast use. Locally each citizen could have his web-page verified as that of a citizen living in the city and state in person and have a few minutes or a few hours a day to have his own political opinions and ideas broadcast to the masses. Juneau might have as many as 5,000 citizens that would take advantage of the opportunity to broadcast via their Internet site. The public would privatize the broadcasts for-themselves but publicly pay for the transmit technology much as they currently pay for physical highway construction and maintenance. Nationally this process could be replicated until the democratization of broadcast political opinion is achieved. Diversity of opinion is the strength of the democracy. In Venezuela recently President Chavez closed down the last privately owned radio station while in the United States a few corporations own the use of wavelengths with the costs beyond that of mere mortal citizen individually. A rectification of broadcast allocation in the United States would let 300 million points of broadcast 'light' shine in the darkness of the present global authoritarianization of mass broadcast communications.

Friday, May 25, 2007

Senator Reed's Retreatism & The Zarqawi Letter

The Zarqawi letter explaining Al-Qa'eda strategy in Iraq of winter 2003-2004 written to Oz bin Ladin has thus far worked it's bloody goals purposefully upon the Democratic Party of the U.S. Congress as it seeks to flee a 'civil war'. Zarqawi sought to foment a Sunni-Shi'a civil war with indiscriminate attacks on Shi'a prompting reprisals upon Iraqi Sunni's compelling Americans to withdraw from "an untenable position" (page 234 'The Occupation of Iraq' by Ali Allawi-ref. chapter named 'The Fires of Sectarian Hatreds'). The Democratic isn't contributing much intellectually to the victory of winning a peace for Iraq, and effort is necessary in the presence of a determined opponent.

The Bush administration is fighting a financially asymmetric war in Iraq against terrorists perhaps not readily extinguishable by conventional military power by an Army of occupation. Without long-range residence goals the odds of outlasting regional terrorists by American forces aren't good. The administration spends nearly a billion dollars per day in Iraq to oppose a terrorist force that hasn't comparative combat financial criteria perhaps able to conduct a 'subsistence war' with leftover and concealed munitions, donations from outsiders and support by commercially financed terrorist mercenaries. The 'blowback' consequence of the asymmetric financial conflict is ongoing defeat for the domestic U.S. economy and pragmatic opportunity costs. A protracted financial thumping of the U.S. Government by Al Qa'eda in Iraq and other clandestine terrorists including possible the government of Iran does significant present damage to an already challenged congress co-opted by global corporatist subversion of democracy. Corporatism is a parasite on democracy that eventually kills the host through such means as an amnesty bill for 20 million illegal aliens with a right to bring 150 million relatives into the U.S.A., exclusive control of mass media by corporatist non-democratic collectives, and compulsory national dependence on foreign cars and fossil fuels to tithe Mecca and Dubai at the pump.

The financial defeat in Iraq is deepened by the corporatist co-opted federal government of the United States quest for more fossil fuel profits from the 200 barrels of untapped new oil fields in the deserts of Iraq. Iraq may hold the world's largest untapped reserves of crude oil and decades of profits for administration oil corporations and oilfield services corporations. Oil as a primary transport fuel for the U.S.A. guarantees decades of future U.S. debt both public and private.

The United States might well have had a better military tactic for Iraq in 2003 if the public had known how defective the administration's post conflict planning was. Some people believed in error that the administration was competent at post conflict follow-up, but the administration was co-opted by the pursuit of corporatist agenda and unable to work toward an actual democracy in Iraq of high efficiency.

An alternate military tactic would have been to simply let the Air Force take out the Baath Government resources and let the Shi'a and other parties revolt to establish their own 'peace' with American forces limited to support for Kurdistan on the ground. The 1991 Shi'a revolt against Saddam Hussein might have succeeded had Bush 41 provided air support in a 'no fly zone'. The Shi'a thereafter developed a distrust for the United States and the Bush administration perhaps being aware of their ties to Sunni oil producing royalty of the Persian Gulf States. The Da'awa Party and the Sadrists' tradition of militancy against Saddam Hussein and other traditional oppressors of the Shi'a centered in Iraq continued onto American forces recently, yet not irrevocably perhaps. If the U.S. Government advocates that Iraq's oil be distributed to real private citizen ownership by the government of Iraq in the form of equal shares for every citizen including women and children through a publicly created oil company some sort of non-socialist democratic basis for trust in the government issuing the stock by all Iraqi including the Shi'a might be created.

Corporatism corrupts democracy and non-democratic goals are pursued with inevitably deleterious results. Corporatism is another form of authoritarianism in a subtle mode without rational empirical goals principally beyond abstract profit and power. Power and profit are subtle things for-themselves existing in a complex social and empirical world too often trampled upon to serve some largest possible organizational collective goal of absolute power. Regardless of the circumstances by which individuals are assaulted by collectivist propaganda from theocracy to socialism or corporatism individuals suffer and are compelled to choose between undesirable losing for-themselves choices such a the republican or democratic parties platforms in the U.S.A. present when they are co-opted by corporatism; each side works to control alternatives for the profit of non-democratic agenda such as corporatism desires.

The Bush administration should work with a bi-partisan commission of Iraqi peace development tactics with the goal to progressively reduce the cost of the conflict in order to defend the financial standing and reduce opportunity costs for the United States. The administration should be able to spend no more than 100 billion dollars on the war in Iraq in 2008. If the administration had heeded prior calls to create an SFBOP cadre of 50,000 members for counter-insurgence perhaps 30,000 of those would have sufficed for the Iraqi operation. Military tools are ineffective in the absence of rational political application of the service persons as so many fallen dictators have discovered. Military commanders in the U.S. Democracy do not have the right to choose what political elements of foreign belligerents to ally with or oppose-those are political decisions that the U.S. Congress must decide as a fine-tuning of it's declarations of war in real-time; to simply permit a corporatist co-opted President unlimited power to war for more than 90 days upon any foreign belligerent organization as he or she chooses is another abrogation of responsibility by the U.S. Congress.

In Iraq there are many ongoing civil organizational relationships and relationship restructuring. If the U.S. Congress uses a drunk and trust in the President posture toward the complexities of choosing how to spend money on the "War in Iraq" with their own alternative of 'stop giving him a blank check' instead of more intelligent, soberly structured directives of what spending should be on civil projects, what spending on military support for the Iraqi Government, micro-declarations of war or terrorist anathema declarations toward not only Al Qa'eda but whatever other organizations congress has deemed threats to American security vital interests at least so far that the congress will take responsibility for engaging in direct belligerence with them how can foreign policy objectives be conceived or accomplished by a congress giving its will and purse to an executive branch for accomplishment of 'fore mentioned objectives? If congress gives a corporatist a 'blank check' instead of a 'dedicated check' how can they expect such an individual not to spend the money for corporate profits through favorite military-industrial-oil services contracts that cannot 'win the war'? In corporatist theory all public debt is good...the socialist laborers will need to be wage-slaves to pay for it, and it will only do them good to get their lazy butts working.

The present congress is so daft that it attached a minimum wage increase to the 100 billion dollar bill to fund four more months of 'war' in Iraq in order to time a 7 dollar an hour wage for the 20 million illegal aliens it is seeking to give amnesty a legal residents. When the Democrats lose congress in 2008 and a Democratic President has a recession with 20% out of work but 20 million new Mexican residents in the soup kitchens and free medical clinics the corporatist media will report the pathos and hatred of he Democratic policies of course, and the public will yearn for the next Republican President to lead them toward the promised land...

Corporatist theory permits public spending on war and 'defense' but not on construction for the public good. Socialist theory in affluent societies permits no foreign construction spending in Mexico that would create a better Mexican infrastructure there to reduce pressure to migrate illegally to the U.S.A. The absence of rational democratic government in the U.S.A. and it's replacement by socialists and corporatists neutralises the philosophy of democracy and applications of public spending goals that are in the interests of the people of the United States from public policy too much. Iraq too might have better moved toward peaceful stability with far more environmentally reconstructive public projects funded instead of just 'war'. Combat engineers might have found a natural synthesis with ecological reengineering of Marshes and new Venetian style security canals in Baghdad.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Senator Kennedy & Corporatist Fascists Work to Gut Labor and Surrender Border

Fascist Globalists Own Broadcast Media & Push for U.S. Border Surrender

The founders would not have demonstrated a fascist's disregard for democracy within secure boundaries as do the corporatist spawn bought and paid for in the U.S. Congress.Sycophantic stooges of international stooges are to rave, collectivist and hip to enjoy a nation and democracy responsibly and will seal their own probable national doom as have many prior civilizations and nations sated with gluttony and dulled too much for rational political intelligence. 'Talk' radio is itself a spoiler for corporatist power advancing corrupted ideas to be able to add the conservatives to the liberals in the globalist, collectivist's pockets.


The United States requires a stable population with a renewable energy infrastructure produced at home for electric vehicle in order to sever the tithing of Mecca at the pump each day, the United States needs a border barrier canal and reservoir system for good fishing, good neighborly control, aesthetic ambiance and a way to let small boats transit from the Gulf of California to the Gulf of Mexico, the sole collateral benefit of a border control fence would be providing a place for homeless people on the northern side to get some shade occasionally. Nationalists try to get more bang for the buck, not more swinging trysting makeover fks for globalist luck.

Senator Kennedy may be so wealthy and sated that he must giveaway the U.S.A. to illegal aliens in order to provide a bigger rush than anything provided so far in Massachusetts; beyond even the fagotization of that state. Nancy Pelosi may be a leader in ending the national inheritance of a democratic society, but at least she is clueless about how to build a sustainable democratic society with a free and healthy people living in a healthy environment too and won't miss the loss.

Economically if NAFTA was first part of a Bltzkreig on American labor the 'Instant Amnesty' bill in the U.S. Senate is phase two of the globalist battle to destroy the U.S.A. for the New World Order.The Luftwaffe Air Assault of the Senate for instant amnesty for illegal aliens numbering between 6 and 20 million plus another 400,000 more 'guest workers' annually followed by another 6 to 20 million replacement illegals to fill the below minimum wage jobs vacated by the bill's newly legalized illegals is the Wehrmacht ground invasion supported by Vice Air Marshal Edward Kennedy-Kesselring heir terror forces.

Kennedy-Kesselring's alien shock troops maximally synergize cheapest labor values in the United States and Mexico keeping the worst possible wage negotiating factors for Americans reinforced in order to assure the best possible globalist profits for corporatist shareholders corrupting the democracy of the United States.Capitalism is fine when democracy still exists as a rational government defending a nation's vital public interests, but when corporations and corporate values dwarf and purchase the government irrational profit motives replaces government and national interests dry up deleteriously replaced by ad hoc elite class collectivists exploiting the world like crazed thirsty camels chasing water holes in a broadening period of global warming.

Without a tight border control behind a water, berm, electronics and fence control zone a flood of illegal aliens directed by a corrupt corporatist global class of inherited wealth shareholders and business thugs seeking to milk profits from anyplace without creativity or democracy undermine the foundations of U.S. independence, leadership and social and environmental health. Corporatism displaces democracy inadequately with Spencerian capitalist profit logic; communism the only dialectical ring opponent it recognizes. For corporatists all opposition including democracy is communist.

Corporatists believe no taxes are valid except those spent in support of corporate interests such as the U.S. interstate system for fossil fueled vehicle travel and sports stadiums for commercial sports teams to provide more 'bread and circus' for the consumers reds and greens. Capitalism is supposed to b an economic and not a governing method, unfortunately bribery and ignorance transform democratic representation into tools and partners of corporatists to attack U.S. democracy ideologically and financially with a plethora of collectivist/existentialist detachments from the reality of geophysical nationalism leading towards a global oligarchy over dehumanized, amoral maggot-proles appositely labeled, sedated, treated and recycled.

It is important for the United States to remain a real nation and not become simply a spaced-out landing strip for amoral globalist cyber-space staging with people collecting rents, labeling and treating mental non-conformity and other 'air guitar' businesses with manufacturing in China, India and Indonesia with cheap immigrant labor doing all the heavy lifting in non-outsource-able jobs.The United States should become a leader in green technology for export and democratic self-control and good neighborliness. If Mexico was a squared away nation the migrant problem would not exist.

After building a saltwater control canal and berms from Brownsville to Phoenix, lets spend some 25 billion dollars building a positive quality of life infrastructure in Mexico centered on solar power technologies and electric toilets from the Iraq expense account. Let's help Mexicans manufacture small electric cars and home solar-recharging technologies.Reading Isaiah 24-35 provides an idea of the prophetic challenges presented to civilization in decline because the comfortable and prosperous leaders corrupt the masses in a Toynbean or even Aristotelian cycle of transformation from creativity and production to non-creativity, repression, dependence( on oil presently) and decline.

A few passages briefly from Isaiah...Chp 27:1-2 "In that day the Lord with his sore and great and strong sword shall punish leviathan the piercing serpent, even leviathan that crooked serpent; and he shall slay the dragon that is in the sea. 2 In that day sing ye unto her, A vineyard of red wine."

Chp. 30:1 "Woe to the rebellious children, saith the Lord, that take counsel, but not of me; and that cover with a covering but not of spirit, that they may add sin to sin."

30:8-13 "Now go; write it before them in a table, and note it in a book, that it may be for the time to come for ever and ever: That this is a rebellious people, lying children, children that will not here the law of the Lord: Which say to the seers, See not;and to the prophets, Prophesy not unto us right things, speak unto us smooth things, prophesy deceits:Get you out of the way, turn aside out of the path, cause the Holy One of Israel to cease before us. Wherefore thus saith the Holy One of Israel, Because ye despise this word, and trust in oppression and perverseness, and stay thereon:Therefore this iniquity shall be to you as a breach ready to fall,swelling out in a high wall, whose breaking cometh suddenly at an instant."

30:14 And he shall break it as the breaking of the potters' vessel that is broken in pieces; he shall not spare: so that there shall not be found in the bursting of it a sherd to take fire from the hearth, or to take water withal out of the pit.

30:15-"For thus saith the Lord God, the Holy One of Israel; in returning and rest shall ye be saved, in quietness and in confidence shall be your strength: and ye would not."

The border control saltwater barrier should serve other purposes than border control, such as fresh water generation for the desert through evaporation canals and condensation under glass-salt concentrated slurries may be sent in pipelines back to the ocean for careful renormalization before release to normal sea salinity.Fortunately America has a choice when building the waterway meandering through an area of control near the Mexican border to not allow global corporations such as Gruppo Mexico or Coure mining to dispose of tailings, or even have a chance to create mining issues such as exist at superfund sites in Colorado, Montana and one day too perhaps Alaska.

The border control waterway would be a source of cooling desert moisture, fishing and peace with micro-ecological transition corridors for transnational wildlife to cross... that would easily be more wildlife-friendly than present urban kill zones for wildlife and the death for desert tortoises Interstate 10.Broadcasting in America is controlled by global corporations effectively able to rule the public mass political opinion making channels of propaganda, and even with advertising rave splicing verbiage to punitively attack individual dissidents of corporatist control of local politics.

Oil corporations may establish surveillance switching offices near state legislatures with extraction industry issues, or mining companies surveill legislative abodes for intelligence gathering purposes; payolla may be provided to local broadcasters for spin against conservationists as interminable neo-Lord Ha Ha's for globalist treason; U.S. political liberty quietly is co-opted by opulent and incessant anti-democracy support for globalism.

The Congressional leaders and President today are basically smurphs that one may have difficulty in remembering. These are the most ineffective bunch at comprehending how to accomplish meaningful legislation in decades.It is necessary to accomplish multi-tasking to conserve borders and budget, security and future opportunity. Lyndon Baines Johnson was and effective leader working with the pits of congress to get the legislation of the great society through simultaneously with funding the Vietnam War.

It is possible to disagree with L.B.J.'s legislative agenda and its subsequent effectiveness yet unquestionably L.B.J. as President was able to accomplish his political agenda of passing preferred bills through congress. Compare the administrative incompetence of the Clinton's and how they lost their majority right off through a double-headedness, aloof incomprehending of the will of the people and oval office distractions.

President G.W. Bush is an apposite stuffed shirt President seeking to improve his image for after-office, yet the profile is of a Santa Ana convert defending an attorney general's potential vote of no confidence by the Congress as 'theiter'. One wonders what horse's head in George's bed or Mexican mafia held fantastic photos from some youthful Mexican drunken cocaine binge leads to his support for annexation of America through support for the 'Instant Amnesty for Illegals' program.

While America's federal level politicians may increasingly be bound stuffed suits and skirts led through careful 'hate speech' restrictions to protect political perversion's increase and motivated by carrots placed by global corporate kickbacks, post office employment sinecures and brainwashing by corporate broadcast media they could with a good President fund a border control zone waterway and transition toward understanding of the various Muslim and secular sects in Iraq and Iran and work to bring them together through carefully selected fair and balanced military and economic support toward stable democracy rather than dumping the U.S. into pre-existing regional roles following prior foreign oppressors or phenomenal armies that disappear like a mirage in a few years.

American reliance on middle eastern oil is not likely to stop with corporate somnolence in the arms of global corporate oil corporations, SUV sales and non-home production of electricity for electric cars at least in the sun belt, and in this global era of communications and transport nearly instantly a moderate approach to security for Iraq and the American border simultaneously is necessary for U.S. national prospects and a less than spaced out global dichotomy of universal political absolutes of an unintelligent and contradictory kind. It is also needful to consider that atheist and scientistic positions are for-themselves ideological constructions in some places of an inflammatory nature.

During America's darkest hours in Iraq the Congress is seeking to retreat on two fronts; from Iraq and on national independence. The Congress seeks to execute an Al Qa'eda style head lopping of border security and sovereignty by making the value of life cheaper in this nation flooding it with cheap globalist laborers...this is the worst of Clinton-Bush globalism of the New World Order.Annexing America onto the world it just one decisive step in subverting American political liberty permanently.


Global corporatism has transcended national Democratic self-interest. Adam Smith's 'invisible hand' of capital regulation of markets wasn't intended to replace government. Like fractal images capitalism promotes the best competition within a given market even as a smaller image of itself, but in the absence of a democratic government capitalism destroys itself to become neo-authoriartian. Subtly over time corporatist conquest of government molds the world's economy toward its domineering non-competetive interests.

Democracy must retake political power and secure the borders against illegal immigration and permit just 300,000 annual immigrants from all sources legally and illegally to enter the nation.Capitalism is the most effective means of creativity only when a Democratic Government is present to defend common public interests. The Democracy should not venture into the neo-authoriatarian field of state socialism or state competition with creative capitalism in turn, but mustelelments orders when needed.Our U.S. Congress hasn't been up to much effectively since Speaker O'Neill left. Instead it has a 30 year history of bungling incompetence addressing macro-social issues maladroitly.

Congress has had only 37 years to create competition for fossil fuel powered vehicles such as electric cars and more than that time to support private home electrical power production for electric cars in order to eliminate purchases of gasoline. I have written that gas would drop before the last election, go up after the election as at present and remain that way until before the voters need to be happy faced with a drop in price before the next election. The price of gasoline is timed somewhat like the domestic economy formerly was in Presidential elections to control voter satisfaction or dissatisfaction with party politics.

The Congress has failed at environmental technology manufacturing global leadership, created an unwieldy monster of a medical system, corrupted heterosexual marriage and birth with homocouples and abortions, run the country into vast federal debt and current accounts deficits, lost two winnable wars, lost is best manufacturing jobs to foreign competition etc. Presently the Congress is fullfilling further aspects of Touynbee's described cycle of a downward trending civilization; the main interesting question isn't how they can be so dum, but will illegal aliens contribute significantly to the public debt and global warming control efforts in America?

The U.S. Congress coincidentally accomplishes objectives of Al Qa'eda regarding U.S. foreign policy of yielding its soft underbelly to illegal alien border bounders and at least Democrats in attempting to flee from Iraq leaving the nation in a shambles. What else is involved in the latest perfidy promulgated by corporatist sycophants in the Senate and House seeking to assure a retirement on a golden pond with the soft comforts of plentiful Latino servants?It isn't just another cut all the taxes on the rich in order to assure economic growth corruption of supply side economics yet it has an equally fissiparous effect upon income and social opportunity in the body politic as anti-environmentalism; the United States has 300 million people already and it is participating in the present global mass extinction in progress.

Of course white population in the U.S.A. of those below age 15 dropped in all but nine states last year while Hispanic population growth of the same group was up 24% in the United States. A sustainable democracy and economy needs an example somewhere in the world besides Israel and Britain, at some point people will need to live within boundaries and within empirical responsibility and not just go a bit farther for some somewhat natural windfall.

In space, the final frontier before the next one after that, human beings will need to live within a budget that they create for-themselves with the greatest creativity producing the best quality of living instead of the reverse as now.Hadrian and King Offa each demonstrated the feasibility of building barriers against adverse aliens, the Panamanians are rebuilding their canal yet the U.S. Congress cannot get a simple border water canal for small boats and security constructed using saltwater siphoned to Lordsburg New Mexico for allocation downhill.

Plate tectonic theory means for anti-environmentalism that the girth/ diameter of the Earth will increase with middle age providing new real estate for illegal alien settlement in the United States.Illegal aliens by their presence in the U.S.A. each day prove their unwillingness to live by the laws of the people of the United States instead willing to annually thumb their nose and the laws when it is possible and profitable to do so. Without a comprehensive border canal and fence barrier to keep illegals out, the congress is moving toward amnesty and surrender to the 12 million illegals present.

A better policy is possible...Illegals that register within 6 months would not be listed as free passage to Mexico card valid for 1 years. If registered aliens return voluntarily to their own nation within that time they may get in line and apply with law abiding foreign nationals for residence lawfully in the United States. This one be a one-time opportunity for illegals and the remainder of the unregistered would become felons enabling any law enforcement official in America to validly check for their status in the U.S.A.

If law enforcement worked in the U.S.A. it would be a substantial incentive to register, and in that 1 year period the government should construct the trans-American saltwater border control canal to enable sailors to tour the desert and avoid the exorbitant Panama Canal transit fee for small boats.Democratic congressmen secretly desirous of a Hunter-Thompson administration in 2009 believe national economic growth and oil corporate profits can be sustained by a steady stream of cheap immigrant labor as the slavery period demonstrated. A number of legal theories have been advanced to support reverse assimilation such as the Maricon Manifesto, the La Raza suppression of Democracy and the citizenship revolving door principle.

The Real Civil War of the Future Tense v1.9

The future of civil war in the United States is a popular theme these days. War is more fungible than abstract politics and rhetoric bitten...