Why 2012 was the best year ever


#1

It may not feel like it, but 2012 has been the greatest year in the history of the world. That sounds like an extravagant claim, but it is borne out by evidence. Never has there been less hunger, less disease or more prosperity. The West remains in the economic doldrums, but most developing countries are charging ahead, and people are being lifted out of poverty at the fastest rate ever recorded. The death toll inflicted by war and natural disasters is also mercifully low. We are living in a golden age.<o:p></o:p>
<o:p> Why 2012 was the best year ever » The Spectator</o:p>
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This article is a break from reality and is pure propaganda. The world is going through a stage where economies are failing and some are war tore and even in our own nation food stamps are at an all time high and unemployment reigns in spite of the machinations of this administration playing with the numbers.<o:p></o:p>


#2

haha no it’s the end of the world in a few days don’t ya know… Or maybe the US economy will collapse in 2013. I’m not sure which theory to believe but the world is ending soon, not getting better…/sarcasm


#3

You are right Sam, a KEY tenet in Communism is PROPAGANDA for without it they can never succeed. Obama has taken propaganda to level I have not seen since the days of the USSR. We have a govt that is LYING to us…calling the senseless murder of Americans a “bump in the road”. I can assure you they no more care about a school full of childern that they did the folks killed in Bengazi other than using these children for the end game of more control over the people.

The war cry of LibTards is “…for our children”. Yet Obama has given them a $17 Trillion bill that is expected to GROW to $23 TRILLION within the next 4 years…yea, lets save the children…


#4

The developing nations are not hindered by all the Enviro-Nazi religious garbage that is crushing the economies of developed Nations.

These developing Nations are filling much of the needed manufacturing duties and the expansion is making life much better for their people, meanwhile the developed Nations that are crumbling economically are (for the time being) still feeding their unemployed with borrowed money.

The developing Nations have a sustainable model but the developed Nations are a ticking time bomb of debt, this “sweet spot” of everyone being fed will not last long.


#5

Cycle of rebirth of nations.