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A little over the top to blame it all on the US Fed. Much of the blame must fall on the economic policies that the Brazillian government has followed.

Of course, those too are supported by faith based economists. It's always best to borrow and spend now. The future is always better than the present, and so it is cheaper to pay back debt then. And inflate it away over time as a hidden tax, as 'correct' economic policy for managing the money supply. What a racket! comment by usgoosht on Brazil Government Primary Deficit Moves Farther From Target 12 hours, 19 minutes ago
They can give thanks to the policies of the US Federal Reserve for this.

Isn't it wonderful that a bunch of incompetent faith based economists have set the world on a course for economic destruction? Pass the popcorn. comment by usgoosht on Brazil Government Primary Deficit Moves Farther From Target 12 hours, 32 minutes ago
Geert Wilders is right. These are "politically correct" measures.

The problem is Islam itself is radical and 'islamist'. How can it be tamed without removing that from the cult? But, the Koran is inviolate, unalterable word of God. So when it says the duty of Muslims is to "kill, enslave, or convert the unbeliever", there is no changing that.

This was written about Mahmud of Ghazni, by a Muslim historian, about his invasion of Gandhara.
"Maḥmûd utterly ruined the prosperity of the country, and performed there wonderful exploits, by which the Hindus became like atoms of dust scattered in all directions, and like a tale of old in the mouth of the people. Their scattered remains cherish, of course, the most inveterate aversion towards all Muslims."

Another historian describes Mahmud's invasion thusly.
"Fire and sword, havoc and destruction, marked his course everywhere. Gandhar which was styled the Garden of the North was left at his death a weird and desolate waste. Its rich fields and fruitful gardens, together with the canal which watered them (the course of which is still partially traceable in the western part of the plain), had all disappeared. Its numerous stone built cities, monasteries, and topes with their valuable and revered monuments and sculptures, were sacked, fired, razed to the ground, and utterly destroyed as habitations."

Mahmud is a hero to Muslims. His is the second most common name given to male children, after Mohammed.

The acts of ISIS against the Shias and Yazidis are eerily similar to the campaigns of Mahmud. And Mohammed, in his time, against people who rebelled against the tribute he demanded.

Violence by Muslims is not an aberration, but a continuous characteristic of their cult. The only way to end radicalization is to end Islam.

The people who would benefit most from this would be Muslims. But, because they have been brainwashed from birth by their destructive, dysfunctional cult, they cannot see the evil done by it unto them, or even contemplate life without it. Sad.

A more successful method might be to resort to incentives. For every 9/11 or 7/7 perpetrated by Muslims, a tax similar to the Muslim tax on foreign religions is raised. And mosques that nurture such true Muslims are taxed more and more highly.

Islam isn't really a religion in the Western sense, since there is no separation of church and state in Islam. It is as much fascist political institution as oppressive religious cult.

The future of Muslims and the West will be 'interesting'. comment by usgoosht on Dutch Government Clamps Down on Radicalization 12 hours, 36 minutes ago
How about incompetent naif? comment by usgoosht on Obama on US foreign policy: principled realist or failed isolationist? 13 hours, 6 minutes ago
This boat was not unoccupied and the news station should verify their facts before airing a story and so should this sight comment by dl1953 on Boat sinks at Beaver County Regatta Aug 19, 2014 07:54 AM [GMT]
BEWARE!!! This woman is a fraud. She will lie and con whomever she can. She presents herself as disabled and with nothing, when in reality she has more money that most of the people she cons. The reason that none of the neighbors would help her is because they have all caught on and can't wait for her to move. comment by taylorfryman on Ailing mom praises sheriffs deputy Aug 16, 2014 2:44 PM [GMT]
I truly hope that this man gets what he has coming to him...I truly hope that the jury will understand what this pig has put this young child through. He took a innocent childs youth away and there is no worse crime other than murder. I would hope that this man would get life so that he can look over his shoulder everyday in prison...Even better I would hope a fellow prisoner would have a chat with him...ART ESVER U WILL ROT IN HELL OR BETTER YET IN PRISON...GOOD LUCK IN THERE...You know how prisoners love child molesters ;) comment by dloca23 on Jury gets case against San Leandro man charged with raping 9-year-old girl Jul 8, 2014 11:28 PM [GMT]
I dont know what happen but i do know that someone had to be on her for this to happen this lady dosent bother a soul comment by konsway77 on Woman charged with aggravated assault Jul 7, 2014 4:25 PM [GMT]
Another idea. The drone has to publish its GPS co-ordinates on the web while it is being operated. So, if I'm John Q Public, I can go to a summary website and see all the drones operating in my area. comment by usgoosht on U.S. moves toward opening skies for commercial drones Jul 6, 2014 5:30 PM [GMT]
Of course, this only applies if the drone uses cameras. If it is completely GPS controlled, then the privacy concern goes away. They are still noisy nuisances, but they don't invade privacy.

There should be noise requirements on drones. After 10 feet, 3 meters, they should be less than 80 decibels. comment by usgoosht on U.S. moves toward opening skies for commercial drones Jul 6, 2014 5:28 PM [GMT]

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