Ponzi’s Dream Scheme

Social Security and Medicare: Ponzi’s Dream Scheme

June 25, 2011

By Russell D. Longcore

Charles Ponzi, the con man of the early-1920s, was the man who perfected the financial “pyramid scheme” that now bears his name. And Washington, the theft and fraud capital of the planet, took the “rob Peter to pay Paul” blueprint and perfected it in the Social Security and Medicare systems.

Ann Barnhardt released two short videos this week about Social Security and Medicare. Her analysis is spot on, but her solution is completely wrong. She correctly states that ALL the politicians who support and want to save or fix the Twin Pillars of Ponzi are criminals.

But then Ann suggests that we all continue to pay into the systems, knowing full well that most of us will never get a dime. She says this is the only chance to “save the Republic.”

Bovine Merde.

First, we here at DumpDC don’t want the Republic saved. We want it to meltdown ASAP. We want secession and states to become nations.

Second, we cannot abide the notion that any of us should continue to fund the greatest system of fraud ever developed by the human mind. Not for one moment.

Ann offers two choices. The first is to “sunset” the two programs by continuing to fund them for a while. The second is to allow the United States economy to implode, thereby destroying ALL Federal spending.

The latter is what is going to happen. There is not enough time…or money…or political will in Congress or America itself to save the Republic.

Still, I want you to watch Ann Barnhardt make her case. Here goes. Enjoy.

 

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