I who may well be...

Musings from the perspective of a human being who may well be not locatable completely within the usual categories of male or female or gay or straight or transsexual or intersexed or exploiter or exploited or supplier or consumer or performer or spectator.

Friday, September 21, 2007

The dollar is going to hell

As seemed mathematically inevitable, the enormously wasteful pouring of US Dollars into the wholesale destruction of a whole country for the benefit of a few Halliburton shareholders has devalued that dollar, now rather predictably on the verge of collapse. And there actually seems to be a fair and growing number (if still tiny proportion) of folk becoming aware of and angry about this and willing to change the system that has brought us to this foreign murder and domestic despair.

And we can change this.

We can change why we do what we do. Yes, worker strikes, yes, solder strikes, but also take some time to do what we want to do as humans. Be nice to each other. Be nice to strangers. Be loving humans. Turn your back on consumerism and disasterous warmongers. Open your heart to what really matters to your humanity. The dollar is going to hell, but we don't have to follow it. In fact, we can head in the opposite direction...

Radical Uncompromising Unconditional Love.

Whatevah, good luck to us all!


  • At 25 September, 2007 02:52, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    errrr. usa economy is 12.5 trillion a year. a billion a week on iraq is 50/12500 = 0.4% of the economy.

    maybe it's more to do with commodity prices going through the roof with chinese demand.

    i've read that iran is currently doing forced sex changes for "effeminite" gays, not to mention the execution of gay teenagers and adulterers. maybe a billion a week on iran may be a good deal.


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