Tuesday, January 15, 2013

The End

The end is Gen U.
They should have listened a decade ago but instead government pushed its agenda even faster.
We're just fathers, enemies of the state. Demonized with public funds, intimidated by the police, treated like criminals by the courts, ignored by politicians and abused by the system. Our voice silenced by the state to hide a massive unconstitutional tax collected on the backs of our most vulnerable children.
The end, a massive record number of parent denied children, the result, Gen U.
Gen U
Turning street age in 2015, mostly from record single parent families leading the charge into poverty and not the current wealthy boomer parents
Two crime titles in two years, the parents and older siblings of Gen U followed by a child poverty record that is Gen U.
Seniors outnumbering. Racking up record debt only 19% of boomers intend on fully retiring, increasing lost youth opportunities, 73% of Toronto students are very worried about their future.
Chronic youth unemployment following the failing global colonial debt fueled economic system.
Climate change, peak oil, doubling the current $100B Canadian infrastructure deficit.
 When faced with record sovereign debt and told to put on the yoke Gen U will say upurs.


  1. The beginning.
    Its going to be a catastrophe when all the forces facing Gen U come together.
    They need the same thing the rest of the world needs, jobs and hope for the future. Both are missing under current economic conditions.
    We can create jobs and hope with a global transportation makeover to a mag lev system.
    We have the technogy along with trillions sitting in cash accounts around the world looking for a stable long term investment.
    More jobs than workers, 0 pollution, 0 gridlock and most importantly a major shift away from failing colonial economics.
    Its only one prospectus away from reality.

  2. The system we can build is for individual vehicles minus gridlock.

  3. Redeem

    I must shamelessly promote what is currently the only initiative to provide what Gen U will be distantly short on, opportunity.
    The occupy movement underlined their messages with share the opportunity. Gen U wont turn a wheel till the see some, lesson learned.
    A global transportation makeover will supply more than opportunity, it'll will supply the needed ingredient to create opportunity, hope.
    Societies will be strained at times past the breaking point dealing with Gen U.
    There are no more excuses, no time and excluded.

    The zero-emissions two-seater Hover Car looks like a shiny flying donut as it hovers just above the ground, moving forward or backward, left or right.

    The Hover Car could in the future travel along electromagnetic road networks.

    Environment News Service (http://s.tt/1kxGK)


  4. Do I expect anything, lol the general consensus in 2007 was the government is dysfunctional.
    If it isn't obvious by now the revenue from child support is more important to the next election than the next generation I can do no more.
    I certainly can't compete with msm pumping out the governments tax bias propaganda.
    No one can except Gen U, they will speak soon enough, upurs.
    Its easy to wait when you know justice is assured. And remember,,
    don't blame me, I never voted

  5. The global colonial economic system has failed, the proof is the increasing wealth/wage gap and sovereign debt. Gen U will definitely say upurs.
    Included in more jobs than workers, a global transportation makeover based on derivative financing puts no extra costs on the backs of financially stressed consumers.
    The only other plan to date involves WW3.
    red pill or blue?

  6. Nov 2007
    I was shamelessly promoting a mag lev on that date in message 22143 on a yahoo groups shared parenting site. Work is better than war theme included.
    Feb 2013
    We're that much closer and many more trillions in wealth at stake.
    Attention was diverted with global QE cloning but in fact, we are 5 years closer.