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Let's have another look at debts

There are quite a few sites which do care about the careless money printing of the FED and the lending of government.

Just a few actual links: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2011/05/23/visualizing-the-debt-ceiling/ and even more frightening (at least to me): http://www.usdebtclock.org/

I mentioned Obamas Obamacare which will drive piling new debts onto another level. IMHO the US are beyond the point of no return. They have lived on debt for too long and the longer it persists the harder the hangover.

However I simply have difficulties to believe the numbers from this link: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/philg/2011/05/21/california-ballot-propositions-regarding-public-employee-spending/ Robbery is a too weak word for that. Does anyone can support this figures?

However if you read Bastiat you'll find an interesting chapter head-titled with "The Law". And as I understand it we are talking not longer about laws to safe one's property but the plunder version of it. And according to Bastiat it means every one is free to fight that. You can see how "nice" laws were crafted for those plundering. So you can not simply pay no taxes anymore. If you go to the supermarket you pay taxes at the point of the cashier. At least the VAT must be paid. If you do not pay your taxes you will get prosecuted, jailed and disowned. You see the inbalance. The state has all the weapons and enough plunderes helping him. The legislatives holds an executive and the executive must obey the laws of the legislative. And fair enough the executive is paid by the legislative and so in fact all policemen, or anyone else working for the government piles up another level of injustice. They never would see it that way because they are "obeying" the laws, and I'm in do doubt they do. But obeying laws of plunderers means, being a plunderes itself.

And unjust law is just that. And on of the most infamous plunderer laws is that government has the monopoly of issuing worthless paper money. And put force on every one to accept this as "money". The debt is just another word for slavery. The own population has to work to buy the interest and principal and not one cent from it is beared by bureaucrats or the legistlative. Sure they pay the VAT they pay income tax. But this income tax does not come from serving any customer it just comes from "serving" the law.

And then you can see things like this: http://blog.independent.org/2011/01/28/9234/#comment-154729

I'm sorry but everyone working for the government is not honorable, quite the opposite they all work on suppressing every men in a country.