Continuing on from part 1, let me address how the creation of the US federal reserve had implications beyond the borders of the United States of America.
As the ship was sinking, some sailors rushed to its salvage, pumping the corrosive sea water back into the sea. Others, although equally desirous of its salvation, chose instead to chide, poke fun and condemn their fellow crew members. Their laughter was heard as the ship sank beneath the waves.
"Nearly all men can stand adversity" spoke Lincoln, " but If you want to test a man's character, give him power". Power, in of itself, is a mere sound, three syllables contained in one pronounced word, a simple abstraction. It only comes alive when wielded by a man, and dangerously alive when wielded by a dangerous man.
One of the most influential entities existing in Ireland presently is the NGO or Non-Governmental Organisation. While touted as benign or even benevolent, behind the mask of alms giving exists a grotesque figure that seeks the ruination of the good through the bad.
It takes a special type of person to do great things in times of great chaos. Thankfully here in Ireland we have a host of great celebrities we can turn to, however surely at the summit must be the Dublin born actor, philanthropist and all round good guy Miles or more popularly known 'Miley', Virus.
The leader of Marxist Sinn Féin, Mary Lou McDonald, has returned her pay rise of over €8,000 and has called for other politicians to do the same.