From: Gary S. Gevisser
Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 11:23 PM PT
To: Tefo
Cc: rest; Michael Grant
Subject: RE: there are millions of 30-and-unders who are seriously angry


I am going to bed now but when I awake which could be in just a couple of hours I would like to see your thoughts on what would be the most logical “lead off” following what I sent Michael Grant this past Friday.


It is important what I have to say next bearing in mind that you are not by any stretch of the imagination the only person who saw fit to immediately make contact with me after Googling “sumone” [sic] important to you.


The fact that anyone tuned in to what I have to say would pay any attention to the utter bs that is being written in the media at this most critical moment in the history of time and that includes opinions of those supposedly representing the masses is nothing short of tragically comical.


Tragedy can only be avoided by getting everyone you know laser-focused on my having exposed the Freedom Road Socialist Organization who supposedly represent the disenfranchised and “unruly” masses, the FRSO so transparently in bed with the Trilateral Commission, the so very organized bankers thinking they had everyone worth talking about co-opted-corrupted in their money laundering business.


Both the FRSO and their pimps still able to get the overwhelming majority of folks on my one of a kind email list to think their “slight of hand” will get “lost in the shuffle”.


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Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 10:29 PM
To: Gary S. Gevisser
Subject: there are millions of 30-and-unders who are seriously angry


". . . there are millions of 30-and-unders who are seriously angry with us 50-and-overs because we have stolen the dream from them.

OK, what do I mean stolen? Well, the oceans are out of fish. The sky is full of whatever. The economy is based on least cost labor with virtually no thought of sustainability - something we only started talking about in the 1960's and were co-opted from by the greeds and needs of the 80's and 90's. Young people today who want to buy a home feel like they are being conned into "buying at the top" of the housing bubble, which seems to be in the process of bursting. You get the idea, right? Anger with old folks - and that's before they figure out how badly CONgress and the administration are screwing them over with intergenerational tax transfers. Oh boy, wait till they get the bills we're leaving them. You think they're mad now?"

George Ure, The People's Economist: