Trump vs Clinton – The Window of Opportunity + Transcript

A Vote For Hillary Is a Vote For War

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StormCloudsGathering on Oct 4, 2016

Elections 2016… There has never been a better time for a rude awakening.


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6 thoughts on “Trump vs Clinton – The Window of Opportunity + Transcript

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  4. This video by “Storm Clouds Gathering” is almost radical enough to suit me.

    I sometimes wonder what attitude to take toward people who are “almost radical enough.” Should I be glad, because they are bringing people to see part of the truth? Or should I be worried, because by giving a message that sounds somehow complete they will distract people away from seeing the rest of the truth? I really don’t know.

    Anyway, here is my complaint. “Storm Clouds Gathering” seems to be looking for reforms, some way to make a healthy market society. He blames our troubles on things like our “debt-based currency,” implying that there is some way to have a different system of private property, a different system of not sharing, that would solve our problems. Perhaps, if we concocted some sort of asset-based currency, then we could continue not sharing in a more manageable fashion? We could work out more stable system of selfishness? We could continue not caring about each other, and it somehow wouldn’t destroy the world? I don’t think so.

    The real revolution is much deeper than just rejecting Democrats and Republicans and the Federal Reserve. The real revolution is to learn how we can all care about one another. And the first step is to get more people talking about that. Not just talking about getting beyond Democrats and Republicans and the Federal Reserve. So, yes, we do want to get beyond Democrats and Republicans and the Federal Reserve; but if your video ends there, then you’ve left out the biggest part of the story.

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