One listened to portions of the US Conference of Mayors discussion as aired on C-Span
Is it a dictatorship, when transparency to the public is challenged and laws are enacted to benefit the elite while the majority of the public are used to that end?
Does anyone believe the Establishment-imposed sanctions by elite US politicians do harm to any other than poor people? This includes the poor people of the USA as sanctions circle back onto the US public byway of high fuel prices and especially byway of, for example, the Trump tariff that was sold as an imposition upon China but is in FACT a tax on products manufactured outside of the USA and sold to the US public, when manufacturing has been outlawed in the USA by bad trade agreements inflicted by politicians at the behest of their corporate campaign donors promoted by Citizens United. The collaboration center for negotiation of such laws as have imposed inflation (price gouging) on the US public, may be found at www.alec.org.
The rhetoric from Establishment is often to pray for peace. Would we be more in tune with reality to vote for peace?
Would a developed country actually have such chaos as does the USA?
To provide relief to targets of predatory debt and educational institutions, mirrors similar approaches by government to the disease-care industry. In both scenarios the middleman is protected at the expense of the targets and byway of politicians bought into public “service” via Citizens United who are deft at maintaining the structure which is capitalistic hierarchical Establishment that in another place and time could be called dictatorship, and that has little to do with free market principles.
C-Span touched on several topics today, one being welfare as we know it. Hierarchical rhetoric is taking on a tediously nonsensical tone, some people think.
Disingenuous Conservatives who hypocritically attack Choice which is an innate human right of women as apparent by biology from The Creator (you can’t challenge FACTS) would better build a society that enhances the life of women and children, if said Conservatives wish to cut down on abortions, rather than forcing women through a filter of patriarchal control that implies human rights violations, with said violations based on the mechanics as preordained by The Creator.
Conservatives are proposing a society that supports pregnant women to replace Choice. The concept feels like another distraction away from cultural recognition of the humanity of women. Intrinsic control of one’s own body is a human right of women as much as for men. This control is of The Creator in whatever way each understands He/She/Cause-and-Effect. This human right by women can be wielded surrepticiously or in dignified privacy.
As one who thought Kaepernick was a hero before it became a fad, this will happily be retweeted. Is it inappropriate to say the following about this fad?—
It’s like oligarchs bear no responsibility in a society called open, where the 1% can “pocket $1.1 billion” and then express disdain for the “closed society” of other nations.
What we focus on becomes our reality. And so it would be easy to believe the only reality is hierarchical Establishment. They may be simply the loudest. Some may be so busy actually doing things, as to be uninterested in self-promotion. Or like the dolphin, working their wonders in their own world, but nonetheless exceptional examples of works of The Creator in whatever way one sees He, She, It, or Cause-And-Effect.
As we’re reassessing the exceptionalism of modern-day America, we might benefit from acknowledging cultures that have been around longer.
Capitalism on a continuum feels too similar to organized crime. This raises ideas of money laundering. We could stand a discussion of the reason this is not the FACT.
What does it say when the topic of censorship raises the question as to whether a particular situation applies to school curriculum or to parents. Shouldn’t interests be similar; and if interests are not similar, should this be a matter of concern?