THE WORLD ACCORDING TO ENTRENCHED INTERESTS
Climate Change and exploitation is probably due to a lack of imagination by Americans along with a troubling propensity to rally to the support of entrenched interests.
First, we could disabuse ourselves of the hubris that allows one to identify with the elite. From this starting point, reality may flourish. There are a diminishing number of elite and a growing number of everyone else. Not having checked the math, the chances of being struck by lightening are probably better than for you to enter the ranks of the elite.https://twitter.com/AmericanIndian8/status/1583563785859538945 –hemp grows from a seed to maturity in 12-16 weeks….
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History turns real—-
https://twitter.com/Imposter_Edits/status/1583571164890566656 –These guys crashed a confederate army reenactment, they even came dressed to play a role.
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Speaking of history turning real, we have come to realize in FACT that which some people always believed. The Reagan Trickle Down Theory played a role in engineering transfer of the wealth of the nation from the bottom to the top. The theory has been debunked by experience, but cunningly the system is still in place. —
What our central bankers never acknowledge: that the real pain they’re causing falls only on working people. –end of portside info–
This would be a good time to remind that the Trump tariff that was imposed in tandem with the Trump tax break for the wealthy and seems to have paid for it, was totally absurd. Tariffs traditionally have been important in balancing back to healthy, import-export ratios in order to ensure Americans buy products manufactured in the USA, so US wealth doesn’t migrate to foreign nations. Globalism ensured manufacturing is no longer done in the USA, making the Trump tariff a direct tax on US consumers with no discernible benefit to the American consumer.
As The Trickle Down Theory is debunked, the exploitation continues. What a grift for a Trump Administration……
From popularresistance — https://mailchi.mp/popularresistance/xv1i9mn9hl?e=1b0a9c0541 —
The Last Thing Haiti Needs Is Another Military Intervention
Wet’suwet’en Land Defender: ‘It’s Time To Protect What Is Left’Three Women Arrested At Creech Drone Base
Indigenous Women Are Defending Weavings From Cultural Appropriation
Europe Under Control Of The US Mafia
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From www.hawkinsmattera.org — Despite efforts by the New York State Democratic Party and their functionaries to silence us, we have broken through to the media with this campaign’s message of Inclusive Democracy, a Green New Deal, and an Economic Bill of Rights. We ask that you share this important news coverage to your community, families and allies:
- Capital Tonight Video: Green Party wages daunting write-in campaign to win back ballot access in New York
- Albany Times Union Op-Ed: Kathy Hochul, Lee Zeldin and nobody else
“Walk into any supermarket and you’ll find a variety of breakfast cereals to match nearly any taste. Shop online and you can select, say, shoes to meet your idiosyncratic preferences.
This is what we’ve come to expect in this age of choice. Almost everywhere there are alternatives to the same-old boring whatever. Nearly everywhere, we have options to satisfy every niche, variety that feels infinite and empowering.
Everywhere, except at the ballot box…”
- The New York Times: For First Time Since 1946, New Yorkers Have Just 2 Choices for Governor
“…this year, for the first time in over 75 years, the state ballot appears destined to offer only two choices: Gov. Kathy Hochul, a Democrat, and Representative Lee Zeldin, a Republican.
The paucity of options is largely due to former Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, who championed changes in election law two years ago that made it far more difficult for third parties to get on the ballot. The changes to ballot access law tripled the number of voter signatures required for groups to get on the November ballot and forced political parties to qualify every two years instead of four.”
- Focus on Albany Video: A conversation with Howie Hawkins about the campaign for Governor
The Times nails the issue: Cuomo, Hochul, and their Legislature Lackeys have brought democracy in New York to a 75-year low. And the bar was already disgracefully low.
But we can beat this and make our elections more fair and equitable than ever — with your help. We ask that you donate to this campaign today so we can continue fighting through Election Day.
And, speaking of Election Day, we ask that you take a moment to look at how you will need to write in our names for Governor and Lt. Governor, and to share this information with voters:
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