Month: January 2022
War, inflation, pandemics, and obsession over Russia are the fog hiding the US for-profit health care system that isn’t. Not only was Bernie Sanders censored out of view, so was health care. We need a 1-payer comprehensive health care policy.
We are careening into technological and political enslavement by hierarchical Establishment. Complicated process is not our friend, but is a weapon of aggression toward humanity and nature. Innocuous and trendy innovations that titillate portions of the public, can quickly come to entrap the entirety.
An argument can be made that this is the origin of Climate Change.
Power can be derived from the allure of wealth while other power is derived from integrity. Eventually the pain to the electorate from bedazzlement of wealth may be replaced by recognition of power as a result of integrity. It’s like turning an ocean liner.
Indoctrination seems to be an ability to pretend to what can be obvious isn’t. This works best, it seems, during group think. Apparently it is soothing to agree with others, even if that requires delusion.
News reporting concern for animals without including use of commercial actions that may undermine what is purported to be efforts friendly to pets, needs to be considered. Well-meaning rote without full information seems to be subterfuge by omission. This may seem acceptable as we run government like a business, and it may simply be another facet of bait-and-switch.
We have allowed predators to set the definition of progress in terms of greed, competition, exploitation, and aggression. Progress could be defined in terms of peace, good health, and equality. While we’re at it, we could consider the function of money may be obsolete. You can’t eat money, nor can you breathe money.
With so many meaningful paths that can be followed, why are we on an apparent road to ruin of capitalistic hierarchical control?
The world general public have patiently tolerated the presumption by capitalistic hierarchical Establishment as they enacted laws to permit bad if not criminal behavior by their cronies, while labeling as criminals individual citizens attempting survival in a Pyramid-Scheme society. It is a wonder the number of people who fall in line to support this feudal style of life and government. Why have been pot smokers imprisoned while industrial polluters and looters are idealized on magazine covers? Why does the public succumb to the indoctrination by state-run-corporate-owned MSM? We need a Free Press.
When government is run like a business the predictable result on a continuum is organized crime or fascism. The USA has a high incarceration rate of its residents, a justice system that seems to be in place to control according to class rather than crime, transfer of wealth from the 100% to the 1%, a policy of sending US jobs overseas that further exacerbates crime issues, and use of the military for aggression rather than defense.
Your problem isn’t books.
And why would the entrenched interests within the Republican/Democratic duopoly consider untoward methods in retaining power that insult principles of a democratic (small d) Constitutional republic? Perhaps self-interest is a motive—–
Some supporters of Bernie Sanders remain proud of their 2020 Democratic Primary choice, due to quality.
The label of American can be used to include many more people than those residing in the USA, but to use this definition to exclude US citizens seems interesting.
Mitch McConnell needs to define his notion of “American” for us—-
One would think harm inflicted upon people and nature would be a topic of interests as relates to the roll out of the 5G network, but not until airline concerns were raised has a top been put to enactment of a system that hasn’t as yet been sufficiently investigated for health concerns.
Colonization is the reason Indigenous People are denied human and environmental rights with the excuse from occupiers that they bring progress and profit that generally is a diluted lifestyle for local-community members—-
Along with understanding the dereliction of presuming capitalism is commiserate with our democratic (small d) Constitutional republic, we can also strive toward a type of Utopia that needn’t be labeled as socialistic or Marxist, but can use ideas that aren’t predicated upon greed and privilege. What if we started with our cities?—