Ron Paul for President

I know, I know. I live in Sweden, and will probably never become an American citizen. But I do have alot of thoughts about the ongoing elections.

Recently I’ve come to believe that there are a few people in the US that are trying to control the public into drastic decisions. This is largely because I watched Zeitgeist, a film that implies alot about the current ongoings in the world. I would not say it’s propoganda, as it’s sole purpose is just to tell the other side of a story, the side that BBC, CNN and Fox don’t want to tell us. It reveals the people who have made The New York Times show discretion to their shady actions.

I’m not saying I whole-heartedly agree with the film. I do believe, however, that a guy like Ron Paul could really make a difference. He IS aware of the plans of an American Union, he is speaking of taking home the troops from Iraq, and is serious about the IRS not being needed. And out of all candidates there are, on both sides, he’s the only one that’s not a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. No one really knows what CFR does, but some say they are working for a One World Government.

Please, see Zeitgeist and decide for yourself. If nothing else, for the entertainment. It’s theories grabs your attention.

When pigs fly

flyingpig1.jpgRead this brilliant blog post. You won’t regret it, believe me. It summons what many of us thinks about the music industry these days.

“…take away all the rules and legal ties, all the ownership and profit margins, and naturally, the result is something purely for, by, and in service of the music fan. And it actually helps musicians – file-sharing is ‘the greatest marketing tool ever to come along for the music industry.’

Link: When Pigs Fly: The Death of Oink, the Birth of Dissent, and a Brief History of Record Industry Suicide.