EYE-BALL Opinion on – This is America – The Saviours of the world …

November 26, 2011
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This is America –
The Saviours of the world …
The YouTube footage out of America this morning tells us many things – for a start please watch the video below:

This is hysteria and over a cheap or discounted material possessions …

What hope will America be when it comes to saving others – their society is already broken … human behaviour is being pushed past its breaking point …

Retailers are guilty of one thing – profits before humanity … how dare they subject their customers to this type of B.C. scavenge – all at the purpose to supply shareholders with reasons to hang onto their shares …  This is disgraceful and if Leaders saw this footage in private – their response would be the same.

Collectively these Leaders form Governments and Governments survive by propaganda and hiding the truth about such matters.

Please – to ensure as many of your friends and others know about this – send them this link:   http://youtu.be/puuTBIqbjQs 

An ABC story called ‘Obama’s Black Friday Sale’ and posted online a few moments ago on this subject can be read here …  The lead is reads – “The biggest shopping day of the year in the US has been marred by reports of gunfights in stores and customers using pepper spray”.

The following was sent to be by a friend with good intentions and as a contribution …

‘They’re standing on the corner and they can’t speak English.

I can’t even talk the way these people talk:


Why you ain’t,
Where you is,
What he drive,
Where he stay,
Where he work,
Who you be…

And I blamed the kid until I heard the mother talk.

And then I heard the father talk.

Everybody knows it’s important to speak English except these knuckleheads. You can’t be a doctor with that kind of crap coming out of your mouth
In fact you will never get any kind of job making a decent living.

People marched and were hit in the face with rocks to get an Education, and now we’ve got these knuckleheads walking around.

The lower economic people are not holding up their end in this deal.

These people are not parenting. They are buying things for kids.

$500 sneakers for what?

And they won’t spend $200 for Hooked on Phonics.

I am talking about these people who cry when their son is standing there in an orange suit.

Where were you when he was 2?

Where were you when he was 12?

Where were you when he was 18 and how come you didn’t know that he had a pistol?

And where is the father? Or who is his father?

People putting their clothes on backward:
Isn’t that a sign of something gone wrong?

People with their hats on backward, pants down around the crack, isn’t that a sign of something?

Isn’t it a sign of something when she has her dress all the way up and got all type of needles [piercing] going through her body?

What part of Africa did this come from??

We are not Africans. Those people are not Africans; they don’t know a thing about Africa …..

I say this all of the time. It would be like white people saying they are European-American. That is totally stupid.

I was born here, and so were my parents and grand parents and, very likely my great grandparents. I don’t have any connection to Africa, no more than white Americans have to Germany , Scotland , England , Ireland , or the Netherlands . The same applies to 99 percent of all the black Americans as regards to Africa . So stop, already! ! !

With names like Shaniqua, Taliqua and Mohammed and all of that crap ……… And all of them are in jail.

Brown or black versus the Board of Education is no longer the white person’s problem.

We have got to take the neighborhood back.

People used to be ashamed. Today a woman has eight children with eight different ‘husbands’ — or men or whatever you call them now.

We have millionaire football players who cannot read.

We have million-dollar basketball players who can’t write two paragraphs. We, as black folks have to do a better job.

Someone working at Wal-Mart with seven kids, you are hurting us.

We have to start holding each other to a higher standard..

We cannot blame the white people any longer.’

Dr.. William Henry ‘Bill’ Cosby, Jr., Ed..D.

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The EYE-BALL Opinion …

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  1. Evolving Spiritist
    November 27, 2011 at 5:47 am

    This does not just happen in America, it happens all over the world.
    Let people own their own actions, why do you bend for the masses, those people chose to be there. The retailers are not to blame.
    Me thinks you protest too much.

  2. Cowboy
    November 27, 2011 at 11:13 am

    You dummy … you did not read the detail in the ABC story link where ‘gunfights’ happened and ‘pepper spray’ was used to settle disputes by customers … does that happen ‘all over the world’ at any Walmart type sale …

    People are taking firearms and other offensive weapons to a sale … is that not a reflection of a society in trouble … get your head out of your ‘ass’ and really think about your generalisation …

    Me Thinks you an idiot …

    Cowboy …

  3. Evolving Spiritist
    November 27, 2011 at 2:18 pm

    Cowboy, Cowboy….where is your understanding of whats happened in the world, look at Cairo,African in General, China, North Korea,Britain (riots), Sunshine Coast (swimming pool corruption) and Bali (14 year old drug dealers).

    Where have you been? down town Texas lobbying against the Gun lobby.
    Poor Cowboy, have you been tested for Mad Cow lately, you may have caught it from eye ball.

    Cowboy stick to things you understand you poor little saddle sore Bunyip (Australian for “f” wit….you have already been there once today).

  4. Cowboy
    November 27, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    Saddle sore or not – your ‘look ats’ are third world – the London riots were not a ‘SALE’ situation … once again you want to ‘shell’ peanuts when the store is selling ‘shelled’ peanuts cheaper …

    Look to the empty space – what empty space –

    The essence of why shoppers need to take firearms to a Walmart sale is enough reason to ask what is happening to our society –

    I live here and drive down a street and see razor wire on top of fences – rich people have bodyguards whenever they go out – all armed – bullet proof windows – cops are scared to patrol the streets in certain neighbour hoods – this is America and we are just so blahzay about crime and assault … it is endemic in our society and the battle is already lost … that is the point yet we offer the world protection via our military reputation yet nobody wants to fight to save our society …

    That is the conundrum … can you get that or is the ’empty space’ I talk about between your ears …

    How is it down there in Aussie land …

  5. david the pragmatist
    December 2, 2011 at 8:25 am

    Evolving Spiritist does not seem to be responding to you, so I will make a comment.

    What are you doing on an Australian blog site. Look after your own affairs, things in Aussie are fine. WE have all sorts of failsafe systems for down and outs, we have some negative people here, but those same negative people have unemployment, disability, meals on wheels and a health sysytem you people would kill for. Unfortunately that would seem to be the operative word in your society.
    I dont think you people have come to terms with your need to not settle issues with force.

  6. Herman
    December 5, 2011 at 9:05 am

    There was a pretty heavy stat on TV this weekend past, About 10% of Americans serve in the American military. About 33% of American’s sleeping on the street, (sleeping rough) are ex military. President Obama has vowed to fix it.

    I advocate the American laisse-faire model is broken. I totally agree with David the Pragmatist that Australia is a totally different story. What really matters is not getting caught up with the American disease, and knowing when we are spending our precious resources in a virteous way, and when we are getting caught up in the gold fever.

    You might consider Australia’s issues are a fraction of the USA, but we should not get too far up ourselves. Basically what the shadow treasurer has said about this year’s expected deficit is right. It is not all about the size of the deficit, but more to do with ‘why are government outlays so high as a %’age of GDP while we experience growth of about 3%?’ Are we getting value?

    Australia needs to think deeply about being controlled by multi-nationals. Tom Albanese of Rio was saying on the Inside Business programme he needs unions who will work with them, not unions who say they hate Rio for what they represent, therefore oppose everything they try to do. Great words but possibly with a dark side. Could he possibly mean, unions that will work with management and oppose all contrarian opinion. We are all accountable, and Fukishima this year is a great example of a man made disaster that could simply not be foreseen or expected.

    Australia has a massive problem with mature aged under employed, and the very associated issue of mental health. Mental health goes through all the ages. Australia needs to try to focus on Workforce capacity, rather than most ABS type logics or measures of unemployment.

    Spain has youth unemployment right now that is simply frightening. World population growth and therefore 3rd world poverty will continue to affect Australia and their immigration policy for many years to come. We will play our part. Getting it right is absolutely critical. Maybe the answer lies in getting the multi natinals to take a bigger role in education. Maybe business taxes continuing to fall, is the real issue. Ireland’s problems are very rooted in too low a corporate tax. Greece and Italy are much more to do with excess government spending programmes.

    Australia really needs to fully weigh all these issues and not be dictated to by the powerful and those who are preying upon the masses.

    Encouraging deeper thought and understanding of the collective will is the aim of this blog site and all other social media.

  7. EYE-BALL Guru
    December 5, 2011 at 9:52 am

    For a very long time and during the GFC period – ‘shareholder’s’ have been the concern of all those who want equity marketes to stabalise and recover … well shareholders are the reason CEO’s strive for better performance and share price increase.

    Shareholders have paid a price – i.e. falling values – yet the returns they receive have tax effectiveness as do the writedowns on investment that stay until the tax losses are recovered …

    Those with the capital are looking for ways to preserve it – and all things from there are about avoiding the ‘gates to poverty’ – community living is now about disengagement as opposed to shared experiences – the ‘neighbour watch’ program – a great idea that kept communities and neighbourhoods in touch is a failing program – neighbours no longer share the odd bar-b-que or christmas cheer … society is becoming disassociative and the Walmart ‘SALE’ experience is about the selfish wants for a few dollars of saving – transport that concept to ‘soup lines’ in a few years and imagine what will happen when families can’t feed themselves …

    This ‘slippry slide’ of human behaviour is a conditioning outcome … what we see on our media and hyped up News promos’ and so-called ‘drama’ series and sitcoms – it all conditions us to not care – to be contained – to not get involved … humanity’s respect for one another is at is lowest point ever … and it is only gonna get worse …

    What are the answers – are there any answers – or is it that we have reached a point where humanity has to make a choice?

    To address Herman’s question about mature unemployed – what do mature people have that gives them an advantage over the rest of the workforce – wisdom – experience – tollerance – patience – a want to be in touch with children to fill the void of their own family’s distance – a yearning to love and be loved – there is so much there to offer –

    The employment sector that needs these skills are many – youth hostels – family dispute resoloutions – child minding services – fostering – mentoring – there is so much wisdon and experience in our mature and maturing population – nobody wants it – employers want youth that can be molded – controlled and work for less than their worth …

    It’s a hellhole out there and Herman’s point is valid … it makes mature job seekers feel worthless and the will to exist in a society that treats them the way they do is reason enough to want to opt out and join the homeless ranks … nobody judges you there – to can be a nobody and hide from all your troubles … homelessness is on the rise all over the world … it’s a easier way to escape and lie down and await death …

    It’s gloomy but it’s true …

    Please – if you have an answer – share …

  8. Herman
    December 5, 2011 at 11:30 am

    Please see http://www.humanrights.gov.au/age/send-us-your-story.html
    It is but the tip of the iceberg. A positive but just a start.

    Just as importantly, it is but a small part of bridging the 2 speed economy. Academic studies show a high correllation between poverty and teenage pregnancy and college degrees in the USA and higher upper middle incomes. IE finishing High School and obtaining a better paid job goes hand in hand. That is rather intuitive.

    In our society where young mothers go back to the workforce sometimes at 6 weeks maybe at 13 weeks, then 12 months paid maternity leave must help. But then who addresses the 8 year old after school care, or the 13 year social issues when Mum and Dad are too busy doing their stuff, often trying to make ends meet. There are so many different case studies possible through just those examples.

    Many academic studies will also tell you about social conditioning of a 3 year old, or mental stimulation of an 18 month old will also lead to better outcomes.

    In our age when social discohesion has become accepted, and the break down of community values are normal, we constantly wonder why we have increasing street crime, teenage drinking and so on and so forth. Social Welfare payments contribute to this mix. A teenager at High School can easily obtain Teen Allowance rather than take a role like paperboy or Shop assistant or Chemist Deliveries and so on. With that independence of income, comes diminished responsibility. A two parent household can help, but that has the proviso that the household is funtional, rather than dysfunctional.

    Whether we consider the USA (the epitome of consumer greed) or Britain and their July riots, or any other worst case scenario the issues run too deep for any simple solutions.

    As a child, if we were rude to old people (without exception) we could expect to be disciplined. At school there was a cane, at home there was a belt or a smack (and more) and while that violent society has been thrown out like dirty water, we have thrown the baby out with the dirty bathwater. The younger members of society do not have respect. This comes out in many ways.

    Another consideration is that violence in the school yard has not stopped but has become a whole new social problem.

    Years ago, a teacher lamented to me, it is funny there was never such a childhood disease as ADD or ADHD when the cane existed.

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