Combined, currency floods the market creating inflation. Attempts have been made to stop this out of control central banking system. In 2009 Ron Paul created the Federal reserve Transparency act, stating: “We must take a critical look at the Fed's monetary policy decisions, discount window operations, and a host of other things, with a real audit - and not just pay lip-service to the idea of an audit. At a time when we're seeing great volatility in small Euro-zone economies like Greece, Portugal, and Ireland, it is more crucial than ever that we have real transparency at our own central bank.”(Resnikoff) This bill failed in the senate however, sparking more distrust in... ... middle of paper ... ...The non-violent resistor agrees with the person who acquiesces that one should not be physically aggressive towards his opponent; but he balances the equation by a agreeing with the person of violence that evil must be resisted.” (King 365) Works Cited Kucinich, Elizabeth.
Ever since 2010, the world's eyes have been zoomed in on the Middle East, as upheavals of corrupt dictatorships have spread all the way from the streets of Tunisia to the entire Arab world. Israel, as the only democracy in the area, has very delicate relationships with many of the countries involved. With the Muslim Brotherhood coming into power in Egypt, the possibility of the decades long treaty with Israel coming to a violent end is more threatening than ever. This leads us to consider the danger of other ideologically like-minded groups continuing to surround Israel. On the surface, it may seem as if the Arab Spring is very bad news for Israel, but perhaps the new leadership in the Middle East could lead to more rational democratic government and longterm peace in the area.