tagged w/ Class war
WE MUST DESTROY THE TOO BIG TO JAIL BANKS. They are the puppet masters that control even the military of the United States.We must at least demand our impotent government to man up and prosecute and regulate them. They are the Global New World Empire, The War Profiteers, and brokers of death, and they want us all dead !
" Dictatorship naturally arises out of democracy, and the most aggravated form of tyranny and slavery out of the most extreme liberty."
This is analogous to the concepts predicated in the genocidal social science FICTION bombshell the " PROTOCOLS ", and in Bernay's "The Engineering of Consent". Both of these works can be seen as blueprints for, or inspirational tools , at least in the machinations of global financial cartel's agenda. One may reference Huxley's Brave New World, and Orwell's 1984, as well. Our government communicates in the Newspeak of the Bankers secret language, and aids and abets the Plutocracy in covering up it's huge corporate criminal history, and their use of America's military as their own private corporate army, by re-writing the laws for them, and the medicated mass media turns a blind eye of indifference to this reality, because they kiss the hands that feed them.
The Obama administration and the entire Congress are complicit in this economic war crime spree, and they have failed to seriously investigate and prosecute the greatest theft and transfer of wealth in recorded history, and it is a prelude to the rise of the the great Die off, or the Great Culling, whereby the minority apartheid 1% billionaire class exterminates 50 - 80 % of mankind, because they do not need our labor, want to preserve "their" resources and fear our numbers will overwhelm them before they can complete the implementation of their mass murderous conspiracy to finally rule the entire planet unopposed.
A False Flag Flies over America, and it has only one star.
We have given our consent to the Tyrants, in their twisted justification (by our tacit approval of) the superfluous policies enacted by congress ostensibly for the common good, but in reality only for the good of the New World Empire's Apartheid agenda. Similarly we give tacit consent to Mandatory vaccines, NDAA, Gun control, Homeland security and Police state brutality, violations and abolishment of the Bill of Rights, the specious arguements made to bail out the banks and the nauseating faux fascination with the 'Royals", as seen with the marriage coverage of Prince Willy, and the Queen's Jubilee. We further ingratiate the ruling class by continuing to watch Fox News, CNN and all the fabricated entertainment news. We fuel their fortunes by shopping at Wal Mart and buying Royal Dutch Shell, BP and Exxon-Mobil gasoline.
We foolishly continue to kiss the hand that feeds, pay usury on credit cards and home mortgages, sucked into the false hope that we may attain wealth and status in a crooked, rigged, un- free enterprise system that is free only to those above the law, that manipulate the markets as insiders, and we hope that tomorrow will get better.
Guess what : there will be no economic recovery, not for us, there will be no new good jobs, there will be no more American Freedom, unless we all stop paying and get off the tread mill. Game on- and the game is Radical Reformation. Arrest and prosecution of the Heads of the major Banks and financial sectors, the FED, demanding recall of traitorous military generals loyal to the New World Empire and a abolishment of NDAA, Citizens United, and UN treaties which obligate America to restrict rights of citizens. A complete censure of congress and arrest of corporate criminal CEO's, their lobbyists and foreign agents not loyal to the constitution of the United States, Bill of Rights and least of all to American Sovereignity and individual freedom.
We are a nation of sheep, lead by wolves, fooled by thieves, and the predator drones are coming to a town near you to rid the Neo-Feudal Colony-America of hooligans and opposition populations who have slept through the coup.We are victims of treason and the traitors are our elected representatives, who took the bribes and joined the great tradition of entrenched political corruption, secrecy and subversion of the principals for which America once used to stand on. Our foundations have crumbled, and the enemy is within, soon to hunt us down in the name of 'common good' for the future of their own personal kingdom of hell on earth.
American Coups are nothing new, An attempted American coup d'etat: 1934.(excerpt)
An attempted coup d'etat censored out of our history books, courtesy of corporate America, but not supported by the military, so European fascism didn't happen that time. Fascism has to have the support of both corporate power and will and military/police power and obedience together or it doesn't happen. Watch out America; the Pentagon and the Multinationals are already in allignment and have instituted Friendly Fascism outside our borders already; just ask Afghanistanis, Iraqis, Iranians, Colombians, Nicaraguans and the rest of the exploited and raped third world and the suffering poor in our own American ghettos and concentration camps.
Matt Taibbi, Jeff Goodell and Tim Dickinson, all from Rolling Stone Magazine are the very few investigative journalist sources we can all trust concerning the huge conspiracy, and ya gotta love Victor Juhasz's illustrations.
The last sentence in Taibbi's artical asks" So what do we do now ? "
I say everyone file bankruptcy and stop paying their mortgages. This one unified act will dramatically curtail the power of the globalist empire to exact it's murderous hegemony over the lives of free citizens who act in concert and know their enemy. We are armed too, with the truth, with guns, with refusal to pay and with mortal vengeance.
YOU MUST READ : http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/gangster-...
and listen to Dr. Rima's plea to avert the great culling and the UN's Agenda 21.
President Dwight Eisenhower warned America in his 1961 farewell address, we did not listen. read it now:
A final quote:
"Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty—power is ever stealing from the many to the few…. The hand entrusted with power becomes … the necessary enemy of the people. Only by continual oversight can the democrat in office be prevented from hardening into a despot: only by unintermitted Agitation can a people be kept sufficiently awake to principle not to let liberty be smothered in material prosperity."
-- Wendell Phillips, speech in Boston, Massachusetts, January 28, 1852
We are Anonymous, We do not forgive, We do not forget, expect us.WE MUST DESTROY THE TOO BIG TO JAIL BANKS. They are the puppet masters that control... more
Bridgewater Associates, the world’s biggest hedge fund, intends to build a $750 million headquarters financed partly with state aid in Stamford, Connecticut, according to Governor Dannel Malloy.
The company, which paid founder Raymond Dalio $3.9 billion in 2011, occupies five buildings in nearby Westport. The new headquarters is planned for Stamford’s Harbor Point waterfront district, Malloy, 57, said yesterday in a statement. Bridgewater also committed to adding hundreds of jobs.
Connecticut agreed to give Bridgewater a $25 million “forgivable” 10-year loan at 1 percent interest to help finance two buildings totaling 750,000 square feet (69,700 square meters). It will also provide as much as $5 million for job training, $5 million for alternative-energy systems and $80 million in tax credits, according to the statement.
“This is stealing from the poor and middle class to make a billionaire even richer,” Jonathan Pelto, a former deputy majority leader in Connecticut’s House of Representatives, said by e-mail. “This isn’t economic development.”
Pelto, a Democrat who works as a political consultant and commentator, said it was “shocking beyond words” that Malloy, a Democrat elected in 2010, was giving handouts to a company as wealthy as Bridgewater. “If a Republican governor did this, we Democrats would be calling for impeachment.”
Source and more
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/04/02/hedge-fund-bridgewater-as_n_182438.htmlBridgewater Associates, the world’s biggest hedge fund, intends to build a $750... more
Many Americans don’t have jobs because the upper class is so greedily incompetent they are ruining things for everyone, including themselves. They want to remove regulation falsely thinking they can trust each other to do the right thing. But capitalism is an economic system based on greed and hoping greedy people will also be honorable people is counter-intuitive, stupid, and criminally naive.Many Americans don’t have jobs because the upper class is so greedily... more
So, rich stay-at-home moms are working but poor moms who need a little government assistance aren't working if they stay home to raise the kids?Ashamed to say I missed this bit of GOP having it both ways; usually better at connecting the dots. This one is a great connection to make!
Fred Clark makes some interesting points we can be raising with any GOP bots trying to connect Obama with disregarding the work stay-at-home moms do in the home raising kids.
Think back to the 90s and 'welfare reform'. Think back to the battle cries that 'welfare moms' shouldn't get paid to stay home and do nothing. Yep, the GOP was all for making women work for their crumbs and they didn't count child rearing as work back then.
Maybe being a stay-at-home-mom isn't really work unless you have nannies and housekeepers to help with all the work at home? Maybe being a stay-at-home-mom isn't work if some business men, share holders, and other capitalists who make profits from the work of the labor force that can't afford domestic servants? Maybe it isn't work if the 1% isn't getting a cut?
Probably all of the above, to the GOP.
Anyway, check out the essay. It makes some interesting, and helpful, points to refute the indignant GOP pols and their pundit puppets who are trying to divert attention from their very real war on women, whom they equate to caterpillars.Ashamed to say I missed this bit of GOP having it both ways; usually better at... more
It's always annoyed me when states and counties give special property tax breaks to big businesses as a way of enticing them to set up shop. Yeah, job creation, I get it. But too often it's a scam. And it is not fair to the local businesses who have to pay regular property tax rates.
I know a company that wanted to come to AZ and it went on about 'average wage' and how many people it would have on the payroll. They got a sweetheart deal on property taxes. Then they brought in their own people from their home base of operations (another nation, by the way) for the really good jobs and hired 'locals' at very, very low wages, but when all the wages were put together and an average taken, yeah, the 'average wage' looked great on paper. Oh, this particular company produces food, grown in hothouses where the laborers did not have access to drinking water nor have bathroom facilities or a place to wash their hands for some time before people got wind of the sanitation situation and complained LOUDLY. Here, have a tomato.
The companies have communities and states compete for them. Who will give us the best 'enticements' to locate in their area? Sometimes the businesses take the money, err, enticements and then bug out just before any limited time deals are about to end. No point actually letting a state or county eventually make good from bending over and grabbing their ankles for corporations. It's all just business. Gotta look out for the shareholders. If you don't shut up and take the con, you must hate capitalism....
But some companies get to keep the monies from state income taxes withheld from workers' paychecks? WTF? Just another under the table corporate welfare scam the taxpayers don't know about.
One more reason states are struggling and cutting services that the people need. People are paying taxes directly to some companies.
No wonder Wall Street wants Social Security privatized. They want in on the payroll deduction diversion other companies get in some states.
Just how would the tea bagger fools react if they knew part of the taxes they begrudge paying at all were actually going to their bosses?It's always annoyed me when states and counties give special property tax breaks... more
One of the few things garnering any bipartisan support these days is that America is embroiled in a Class War. The wealthy are doing OK by their own admission. They just want to be more OKer than they are and are willing to hire lobbyists, fund gigantic super-pacs, shut factories, or buy politicians to do it. Their chant is, "Taxes? Taxes? We don't need no stinking taxes...you do...and more of 'em too!"One of the few things garnering any bipartisan support these days is that America is... more
80,000 Addis Ababa residents eat trash to survive (video) Big Boys Toys opens in Dubai
The concept of corporate personhood was created more than 100 years ago and ever since has been the bane of private citizens. At each challenge judges uphold and strengthen the concept. And the moves aren't ancient history. Can you say unlimited campaign financing?The concept of corporate personhood was created more than 100 years ago and ever since... more
The new conservative battle cry is that the upper classes are under attack by a mob of have somes and have nots. But, if there's a class war going on the poor have clearly lost. It's tempting to think the class warriors are all about simple greed and avarice - just poor little schmoes who feel the need to waggle their tiny dicks in the face of mankind, but their behavior runs deeper than that.The new conservative battle cry is that the upper classes are under attack by a mob of... more
The plight of the Valley's desert dwellers made regional headlines when county officials ordered the destruction of Phonehenge: a towering, colorful castle constructed out of telephone poles by retired phone technician Kim Fahey. Fahey was imprisoned and charged with several misdemeanors.
But Fahey is just one of many who've been targeted by the NATs, which were assembled at the request of County Supervisor Mike Antonovich in 2006. LA Weekly reporter Mars Melnicoff wrote an in-depth article in which she exposed the county's tactic of badgering residents with minor, but costly, code violations until they face little choice but to vacate the land altogether.
"They're picking on the the people who are the most defenseless and have the least resources," says Melnicoff.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yw3RiMdS7sEThe plight of the Valley's desert dwellers made regional headlines when county... more
WWH – Where is my pie?
KENNETH HARVEY,theglobeandmail.com – My flight from sweltering Regina to Toronto had been delayed by an hour. By the time we landed at Pearson, I had 12 minutes to make my connecting flight to St. John’s.WWH – Where is my pie? KENNETH HARVEY,theglobeandmail.com – My flight... more
"Using trumped up crisis to raid the public purse"
"This is naked class war, waged by the ultra rich against everyone else."
"The phony debt ceiling crisis is one more excuse to further shred the social safety net and deepen wealth concentration at the top."
"Naomi Klein pulls no punches in her comments about the debt ceiling charade happening in Washington", as cited at RootsAction
Hit the link and sign the protest if you want !"Using trumped up crisis to raid the public purse" "This is naked... more
New Michigan bill gives governor power to fire mayors, dissolve city councils, and appoint corporate managers in their place"This is a Class War": Michael Moore Calls for Renewed Pro-Democracy Movement as Anti-Union Bills Approved in Wisconsin and Michigan
Michael Moore discusses the new bill in Michigan, the Wisconsin Senate's recent shenanigans, and what we can do about it with Democracy Now's Amy Goodman.
"This is just such a travesty. And for it to happen on the same day, because just a couple hours before that, the state of Michigan, my state, the Senate voted—the House already passed this bill—the Senate voted on a bill that gives the governor the so-called "emergency powers," where he can essentially fire the elected mayor or city council or school board of any town in Michigan and turn it over to a corporation—I’m not making this up—turn it over to a corporation to run the town, or appoint a corporate manager to run the town—not the elected people, but this individual or this company can run the town. I mean, it’s just—these two things in just the last few hours.""This is a Class War": Michael Moore Calls for Renewed Pro-Democracy... more
Bankers may have surpassed lawyers and child pornographers as the country's most reviled people. They did this through tanking the world economy and extorting money and property from customers and the government...and complaining they weren't paid enough to do it. A recent informal Vanity Fair poll indicated 56% of banking greedheads felt their bonuses were too small.Bankers may have surpassed lawyers and child pornographers as the country's most... more
Super-person power needed to infuse the poor, weak, downtrodden masses while they engage in the battle of the century against the biggest, greediest, most ruthless, murdering elite money hoarders ever! Watch closely, because one side will eat the food of the babies before they will stop taking from the peasants.
http://www.alternet.org/story/149075/Super-person power needed to infuse the poor, weak, downtrodden masses while they... more
The poor do better economically when a Democrat is President. Not much of a surprise. What's more surprising is that the rich also do better under a Democrat than a Republican. Sorry that facts have a liberal bias.The poor do better economically when a Democrat is President. Not much of a surprise.... more
A new report by the Boston Consulting Group finds that the riches of the wealthiest North Americans grew by double digits in 2009, primarily from interest their money earned when it was invested in the stock market and elsewhere. The report found that millionaires in the U.S. and Canada saw their wealth increase 15 percent in 2009, to a total of 4.6 trillion dollars.A new report by the Boston Consulting Group finds that the riches of the wealthiest... more
This paper argues that we simply cannot understand what is happening unless we put developments within a global context: the United States effects, and is affected by, global processes. Thus, while some of the impacts can be understood on a national level, we cannot ask related questions as to causes—or future consequences—by confining our examination to a national level: we absolutely must approach this from a global perspective (see Nederveen Pieterse, 2004, 2008).
This also must be put in historical perspective as well, although the focus in this piece will be limited to the post-World War II world. Inequality within what is now the United States today did not—obviously—arise overnight. Unquestionably, it began at least 400 years ago in Jamestown—with the terribly unequal and socially stratified society of England’s colonial Virginia before Africans were brought to North America (see Fischer, 1989), much less after their arrival in 1619, before the Pilgrims. Yet, to understand the roots of development of contemporary social inequality in the US, we must understand the rise of “Europe” in relation to the rest of the world (see, among others, Rodney, 1972; Nederveen Pieterse, 1989). In short, again, we have to understand that the development of the United States has been and will always be a global project and, without recognizing that, we simply cannot begin to understand developments within the United States.
We also have to understand the multiple and changing forms of social stratification and resulting inequalities in this country. This paper prioritizes economic stratification, although is not limited to just the resulting inequalities. Nonetheless, it does not focus on racial, gender or any other type of social stratification. However, this paper is not written from the perspective that economic stratification is always the most important form of stratification, nor from the perspective that we can only understand other forms of stratification by understanding economic stratification: all that is being claimed herein is that economic stratification is one type of social stratification, arguably one of the most important types yet only one of several, and investigates the issue of economic stratification in the context of contemporary globalization and the neoliberal economic policies that have developed to address this phenomenon as it affects the United States.
Once this global-historical perspective is understood and after quickly suggesting in the “prologue” why the connection between neoliberal economic policies and the affects on working people in the United States has not been made usually, this paper focuses on several interrelated issues: (1) it reports the current economic situation for workers in the United States; (2) it provides a historical overview of US society since World War II; (3) it analyzes the results of US Government economic policies; and (4) it ties these issues together. From that, it comes to a conclusion about the affects of neoliberal economic policies on working people in the United States.
http://links.org.au/node/1056This paper argues that we simply cannot understand what is happening unless we put... more