Some in hierarchical Establishment recognize a need to indoctrinate the public that pagan lifestyle is undesirable. The concept of individual autonomy doesn’t comport comfortably with hierarchy.
Only recently like in the last day or so, one has noticed a MSM uptick in stories relating to Climate Change and the FACT that the cost is carried by We The People rather than those profiteering from abuse of natural resources (environment) and human resources (humanity).
Judging from calls to C-Span recently, it would seem a growing number of Americans are noticing that any presumption about US democracy or freedom is instead a dictatorship by the Republican/Democratic duopoly.
Apparently grifters will say it as often as possible, hoping it will begin to sound true.
May Day is an American holiday. Who knew?
https://www.rbth.com/lifestyle/330314-may-first-in-russia –May 1 became International Labor Day after the tragedy at Haymarket Square in Chicago, Illinois, USA. In early May 1886, demonstrations were held in Chicago and other US cities demanding an eight-hour working day. It might seem a no-brainer today, but in the late 19th century many tycoons did not believe that workers had the right to sleep.
Is Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. choosing a new Presidential-candidate campaign message?
C-Span is a resource that is as good as it gets on the topic of transparency. Without information a democracy doesn’t function. And by the way, as heard on a Bill Moyers Show, government don’t do democracy, people do.
Anyone ready to rethink the excuse that “boys will be boys” long enough to consider it simple psychosis?
Either work well in capitalism.
They say time is money. It’s also your life.
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?
Too often freedom for one person comes at the liability of another. Socialism could be a label to suggest balancing away from exploitation of this type, if it must be labeled. Another phrase could be respect for natural, human, and civil rights. Either way, everyone should have a voice in defining freedom, not only the hierarchy.
The US public has been hearing endless descriptions of life in our nation, and the exceptional supremacy over lives of other people around the globe. In FACT, the rest of the globe is often so informed of US exceptionalism. MSM that represents the D&R duopoly are the mouthpiece for this information. But more and more we begin to hear alternative views that seem legitimate when we consider there must be more than one view. Consider a few other perspectives…
Inculcation of the public into Capitalist Party/Communist Party hierarchical systems has limited democracy and local-community autonomy, and the inevitable failure of this top-down governance is being exposed. Hierarchy continues to mouth incorrect information in last-ditch efforts to retain power.