Lets get the mace and street sweepers prepped
Lets get the mace and street sweepers prepped
well ceited is the 1%, you've seen the tile
Impermanence on this plane of reality/where criminality, brutality freely dwell/ Truth is a casualty in this hell/ Karma reins with divine causality, then its swell--StrangeLoveSurreal
Ceited needs to occupy an Ikea to improve his style rating from "Impoverished Cholo" to "Aspiring Gringo"
well todays cause its may day aka labour day aka commie day. a few marched through London, chanting some stuff about capitalism.
what i have begun to notice about the occupy protesters and many socialists is that most seem to be white middle and high class kids who have nothing else better to do. its like 60% come from rich backgrounds. thats my observations anyway.
Notice Soulcontroller wont be posting on this very ineffective day of events since he's probably balls deep in some aged hippy dilf, while the drum circle percussion grows stronger than ceited's moms bush
theres supposed to be a rally in the downtow area around here. i may go just to laugh at them all. though it seems pointless now
typically they are flakes tryin to sound smart, and they all go to one of the most expensive schools in the country. makes ya wonder
cant expect a vapid generation to produce meaningful social change. they dont even know what they want besides vague notions of wealth redistribution.
all aboard teh sideshow rob train
faggot boy dont even know my views on occupy, but he thinks i think todays events are what??
mass media publicised protests are not grass roots, they are co-opted,,
but why should u u.s folk give a fuck anyway
not like your owners give a fucks about you
Souls gonna make a global difference here on wu corp. mark my words goddam yous
seeing as the u.s government hasnt even had a budget since 2010(which goes against the various us laws) and now you has super congress, good luck with finding out real issues
but to answer your question. in 2010
Components Funding Change, 2009 to 2010 Operations and maintenance $283.3 billion +4.2% Military Personnel $154.2 billion +5.0% Procurement $140.1 billion −1.8% Research, Development, Testing & Evaluation $79.1 billion +1.3% Military Construction $23.9 billion +19.0% Family Housing $3.1 billion −20.2% Total Spending 683.7 billion +3.0% source for that jewel http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Militar..._United_States
Budget for 2010
For the 2010 fiscal year, the president's base budget of the Department of spending on "overseas contingency operations" brings the sum to $663.84 billion.[dead link]
When the budget was signed into law on October 28, 2009, the final size of the Department of Defense's budget was $680 billion, $16 billion more than President Obama had requested. An additional $37 billion supplemental bill to support the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan was expected to pass in the spring of 2010, but has been delayed by the House of Representatives after passing the Senate.
Emergency and supplemental spending
The recent invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan were largely funded through supplementary spending bills outside the Federal Budget, so they are not included in the military budget figures listed below. Starting in the fiscal year 2010 budget however, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are categorized as "Overseas Contingency Operations" and included in the budget.
By the end of 2008, the U.S. had spent approximately $900 billion in direct costs on the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. Indirect costs such as interest on the additional debt and incremental costs of caring for the more than 33,000 wounded borne by the Veterans Administration are additional. Some experts estimate these indirect costs will eventually exceed the direct costs.
Audit of Implementation of Budget for 2010
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO) was unable to provide an audit opinion on the 2010 financial statements of the US Government because of 'widespread material internal control weaknesses, significant uncertainties, and other limitations'. The GAO cited as the principal obstacle to its provision of an audit opinion 'serious financial management problems at the Department of Defense that made its financial statements unauditable'.
In FY 2010 six out of thirty-three DoD reporting entities received unqualified audit opinions.
Chief Financial Officer and Under Secretary of Defense Robert F. Hale acknowledged enterprise-wide problems with systems and processes, while the DoD's Inspector General reported 'material internal control weaknesses ... that affect the safeguarding of assets, proper use of funds, and impair the prevention and identification of fraud, waste, and abuse'. Further management discussion in the FY 2010 DoD Financial Report states 'it is not feasible to deploy a vast number of accountants to manually reconcile our books' and concludes that 'although the financial statements are not auditable for FY 2010, the Department's financial managers are meeting warfighter needs'.
Audit of 2011 budget
Again in 2011, the GAO could not "render an opinion on the 2011 consolidated financial statements of the federal government", with a major obstacle again being "serious financial management problems at the Department of Defense (DOD) that made its financial statements unauditable".
In December 2011, the GAO found that "neither the Navy nor the Marine Corps have implemented effective processes for reconciling their FBWT." According to the GAO, "An agency’s FBWT account is similar in concept to a corporate bank account. The difference is that instead of a cash balance, FBWT represents unexpended spending authority in appropriations." In addition, "As of April 2011, there were more than $22 billion unmatched disbursements and collections affecting more than 10,000 lines of accounting."
Budget breakdown for 2012
Defense-related expenditure 2012 Budget request & Mandatory spending Calculation DOD spending $707.5 billion Base budget + "Overseas Contingency Operations" FBI counter-terrorism $2.7 billion At least one-third FBI budget. International Affairs $5.6–$63.0 billion At minimum, foreign arms sales. At most, entire State budget Energy Department, defense-related $21.8 billion
Veterans Affairs $70.0 billion
Homeland Security $46.9 billion
NASA, satellites $3.5–$8.7 billion Between 20% and 50% of NASA's total budget Veterans pensions $54.6 billion
Other defense-related mandatory spending $8.2 billion
Interest on debt incurred in past wars $109.1–$431.5 billion Between 23% and 91% of total interest Total Spending $1.030–$1.415 trillion
do you really want me to post the medical?? cos.. it dont look good..
but if you want verify yourself http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_..._United_States
while the military wing of the govt who fought illegal wars, over and over, killing innocents with no regard for human life, they spent in 2010 600billion..
compared to the health care set aside by the govt which is about 50 billion..
would you likehot wings with the sauce?
"Morphic field" is a term introduced by Sheldrake. He proposes that there is a field within and around a "morphic unit" which organizes its characteristic structure and pattern of activity. According to Sheldrake, the "morphic field" underlies the formation and behaviour of "holons" and "morphic units", and can be set up by the repetition of similar acts or thoughts. The hypothesis is that a particular form belonging to a certain group, which has already established its (collective) "morphic field", will tune into that "morphic field". The particular form will read the collective information through the process of "morphic resonance", using it to guide its own development. This development of the particular form will then provide, again through "morphic resonance", a feedback to the "morphic field" of that group, thus strengthening it with its own experience, resulting in new information being added (i.e. stored in the database). Sheldrake regards the "morphic fields" as a universal database for both organic (living) and abstract (mental) forms.
That a mode of transmission of shared informational patterns and archetypes might exist did gain some tacit acceptance when it was proposed as the theory of the collective unconscious by renowned psychiatrist Carl Jung. According to Sheldrake, the theory of "morphic fields" might provide an explanation for Jung's concept as well. Also, he agrees that the concept of akashic records, term from Vedas representing the "library" of all the experiences and memories of human minds (souls) through their physical lifetime, can be related to "morphic fields", since one's past (an akashic record) is a mental form, consisting of thoughts as simpler mental forms (all processed by the same brain), and a group of similar or related mental forms also have their associated (collective) "morphic field". (Sheldrake's view on memory-traces is that they are non-local, and not located in the brain.)
we co create this reality, the moar awareness, the increased rate of change, and we are living a time of change,, chaneg will soon come...