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Thursday, August 04, 2005


gary lammert

The global economy sits on the edge - the very edge. The Islamic militants who 5 years ago were in their mosques, on their knees with shoes outside, devoutly and ferverantly worshipping the same God as Abraham and Jesus, have turned turned their fervor to protect, in their eyes, their beliefs, their honor, and their culture. To every action, a reaction, so purported a rather famous and remarkable British scientist, who had some current connectivity with today's circumstances with his difficulties in the South Sea Bubble...The world is at a historical point of global consumer saturation, debt, forward consumption, overcapacity, and lagging wages coming into equilibrium with the new Asian factory worker. Its time to round up the usual Islamic scapegoats. Kindly visit The Economic Fractalist. G Lammert

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