Happy New Year to all!
Here's hoping that 2012 brings health, prosperity, happiness, and above all FREEDOM to you ... and all of us.
We ache for freedom to return.
For undeclared wars to end.
For heroes in the military to be released from unnecessary risk, injury, and death, for no reason other than to enrich and empower the neo-mercantilist (a.k.a. "corporatist") elites.
For Americans to travel freely once again, without invasion of privacy or unreasonable delays.
For Americans to be delivered from the recent threat of disappearance (including assassination) at the whim of some official.
For an abrupt end to the devastation imposed on all of us by the subsidization of drug abuse, as the government continues to support the drug lords, the inner city gangs, and the exploitation of children in order to let them market products whose natural market prices would, without government intervention, be more in line with candy and burgers than with toasters and microwaves.
For the end of inflation and credit "easing" by the Federal Reserve that causes the business cycle and economic bubbles like the ones we see bursting all around us.
For capital acquisition rather than debt to return as the economic model we follow.
For an escape from the "Mutt and Jeff" politics we have suffered under for far too long, as the two wings of the government political party do their tag team job on us under the pretense that they are actually rivals.
For an end to the worldwide use of "false flag" operations as pretext to steal away the liberties of people everywhere.
For an end to the apathy of citizens who have long ago given up hope of making a difference in the political arena.
For ending the militarization of law enforcement officers, formerly known as "peace officers," whose new mission (instead of keeping the peace) is to control us in every respect they can.
For an end to the need for people like us to send out lists like this....
2012 could well be the year we either save ourselves or become cattle.
Next year, let us not wish one another a "Happy Moo Year."