Tragedy and Hope with Meria and Richard Grove



1/29/14 Tragedy and Hope with Meria and Richard Grove. Meria & Richard take on the SOTU address for what it was -public propaganda; Richard’s latest episode on the peace revolution- JFK50 -Qui Bono? Both the assassination of JFK and 9/11/01 were traps; rapid loss of liberty especially with the Patriot Act; The term “conspiracy theory” created to discredit anyone questioning the Warren Report; SOTU-Obama’s bedtime story to the nation; Is a good job really an opportunity? What about self-reliance? 12 corporations own all the food, where’s the story? jobs coming back or slavery? Using an army ranger as a prop; citizens? loans for education? why not free? no real issues discussed, all fluff; the poor and homeless ignored; $10.10 an hour? new economy-capitulation to badges? made in the USA; globalists; no visas for Israeli’s? Isn’t that considered a merger? phasing out parents in the brave new world; NFL non profit; the Grammy’s -retardation of the adult mind and loads more to THINK about.




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5 Responses to "Tragedy and Hope with Meria and Richard Grove"

  1. rshinn says:

    Excellent show today, not just because I agree with the commentary, but because it provides an easy chance for someone who isn’t really thinking to evaluate in objective terms as opposed to exercising their right to scream with the crowd.

    ps. If personal and business taxes were lowered this would be a real pay raise for everybody except the government, but this is not a problem as they already make their money out of thin air, and as we have just witnessed can “give substance to pure wind.”

  2. Meria says:

    thank you! I thought it rocked too. It will be hard to pick the best show of the week. As for taxes I seem to pay them coming and going for a govt I disapprove of.

  3. hawaii72 says:

    When Obama brought up the MyRa, this is a new plan to take over 401K’s by stealth. They want to “help” poor people whom they claim cannot save in 401K’s, by offerring a govt. backed MyRa where the money will be deducted from the person’s paycheck and go into an account backed by govt. treasury bonds. This would go in after taxes like a Roth IRA only the money would not be put into the stock market, thus the interest would be very small, probably less than 3%. The true goal is to eventually take over the 401K’s completely, pool all the money in the 401K’s and spread it out amongst everyone, regardless of what you have put into your 401K. This was presented to the Congress years ago by a woman named
    Teresa Ghilarducci who wants to eliminate 401K plans and pool the money into a government managed retirement plan. She claims the rich are the only ones in the 401K’s which is ridiculous because the really wealthy don’t have 401K’s, they don’t need them. There are those claiming how wonderful this idea is, despite the fact that the govt. already mis-manages social security and a lot of financial advisors are warning even baby boomers not to count on social security when they can finally retire. This Teresa is not happy with the fact that 401K’s allow people to put the money in pre-taxed, even though when the money is withdrawn they will be taxed on it then. I think that the powers that B wanted Obama to plant the seed in his speech in order to prepare the way. He should have been wearing rose colored glasses like Bono when he gave the speech because not a word of Truth was uttered by the man. By the way, unlike a 401K, which is very much govt. regulated now, the money that goes into the MyRa cannot be passed on to your children. When a person dies, the money goes back to the State.

  4. Meria says:

    thanks for that! Who’d want to invest in govt treasuries? All other countries are pulling out of them. As Chapman said on the show years ago they will come after our 401ks and they are.

  5. debalexander2000@aol.com says:

    This interview reinforced my opinion (which is supported by verifiable facts and Bob Chapman’s advice from years ago) that people need to copy what the “big boys” do – form a personal corporation, pull out of employee status, get entrepreneurial, pull money out of “savings” and 401ks to put it to use in producing a product or providing a service on a small scale that can pay for living expenses, utilize the laws that benefit corporations to pay as little in taxes as legally possible, reduce expenses by resisting the TV commercials touting what you “must” possess to be an Amerikkan, buy U.S.-made products sold by the few mom-and-pop stores that are left, and so on.

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