Tag: climate


In the ’80’s, when Trickle Down was just beginning to be inculcated by Establishment and the wonders of globalism were envisioned (how did that turn out?)  a derogatory put-down to people who were skeptical, was the label Luddite. read more


Capitalism has over decades been advertised by Establishment as the guide book for the greatest good for the most people.  Evidence in 2022 suggests this was a sales job.  Supply chains are broken down, from foreign nations where US products are manufactured in order to secure low wages to workers.  Transportation surely must increase Climate Change.  US workers are competing with low-wage workers in foreign nations outside of the jurisdiction where there is any possibility of securing human and environmental rights.  Important products are becoming sparse if attainable at all to the US public. Corporations are experiencing exaggerated profiteering while consumers pay astronomical prices for products.  Health care is non existent as the health industry manages disease without improving the public health.  Democracy is under attack by many who prefer authority from hierarchy.  The US educational system seems used to reinforce these principles before children are even out of school. read more


The topic of questioning our educational system is a long time coming.  The history of people has been ignored; especially including immigrants over the last 150 years.  Surely we all aware but ignore the atrocities toward Native Americans and have long ignored the history of African-Americans in order to soften the ideology of capitalism.  The game of listening to the language of self-presenting experts is entertaining.

C-Span hosted a timely discussion about Free Speech.  Who doesn’t support Free Speech?
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We often have heard hierarchical Establishment proponents warn We The People that we shouldn’t describe our system as a democracy.  Perhaps those using this forbidden word do so in place of reading out the entirety of the First Amendment that seems to suggest freedom and inclusion in reference to our governance.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
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