Tag: people


Due to inferior education about history in the USA, overlooked and misunderstood seems the opposite relationship between “The Red Faction” and fascism.  MSM upheld by commerce/state has worked over decades to cloud the FACT that in WWII Russia and the USA were allies. read more


One feels enough hasn’t been stressed about the underlying rot of authoritarian governance that permeates the USA.  Having lightly mentioned a topic that should be prominent in the concern of We The People, is the habit, as in addiction, of products foisted upon the public without assurance of safety. read more


A point can be made that we as a people are forgetting how to be human.  Pockets of remembrance happen.  Consider organic consumers
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C-Span hosted a discussion about water this morning.  Water is as important as are bees to the survival of everything.   read more


Almost like child trafficking, one might say.   Nonpartisan involvement is noted.
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Some people have consistently recognized the association between good mental health and nature.  A reason is that people are of nature.  American re-education of the public into a consumer mindset has artificially substituted Establishment interests in place of nature to the extent of mental health harm to portions of the public and society in general. read more


Censorship by capitalistic proponents doesn’t permit ideas to infiltrate into the notice of Americans.  As one who has as little use for communism as for capitalism because they both seem hierarchical, yet censorship of ideas seem the danger.  read more


NY hasn’t as yet challenged our uniquely heavy-handed jerrymandering, or equitable inclusion of 3rd-Party candidates that currently face absurd standards for inclusion.  The Republican/Democratic duopoly acts as a dictatorship in enacting laws to maintain their monopoly on elections that should never be in the hands of political Party corporations, but should be in the hands of the electorate. read more


Some people have pointed out that “we are not a democracy”, we are a Constitutional republic.  Neither are we a dictatorship, but our Constitutional republic feels currently to function as a dictatorship based on bribes.   read more


Puritanical America is functioning predictably.  Sexual preoccupation seems mirrored in political characteristics as one watches a reclusive Biden who says he won’t debate and hasn’t been accessible to questions directly from the general public who is expected according to dictation from the Democratic/Republican duopoly, to run against an exhibitionist-style Trump on the topic of campaigning.  Suggestive is the same exhibition/repression as applies, for example, to Trans matters.   read more


One is grateful for reminders of the reality of the era of the ’70’s that can be characterized by involvement in social issues by young people.  The issues eventually were captured into political camps for campaign purposes, as subtly as the young people were strained off to the service of those who could be suspected as being the perpetrators of the problems in he first place.  Earth Day seems a great time to consider the underlying malevolence beneath the entirety. read more


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.   read more


Analytical thinking may be nothing more than common sense.

https://www.c-span.org/video/?527441-1/house-speaker-mccarthy-ny-stock-exchange       —
APRIL 17, 2023

House Speaker McCarthy at the N.Y. Stock Exchange

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) gave remarks at the New York Stock Exchange on the U.S. economy and negotiations to raise the federal debt limit. This event experienced technical difficulties.–end of McCarthy stock exchange info–

A big-money interest-financed politician (byway of Citizens United) speaks to the NY Stock Exchange on the topic of the Reagan inspiration of Trickle Down Economics to presumably some of the same players who were bailed out by the US taxpayer after said players engineered the 2008 Financial Meltdown.  McCarthy seems to imply (paraphrase)…”We couldn’t have done it without ya”.

And how are corporations, devoid of Corporate Character Revocation abilities by local community members, functioning in the new normal of lack of government regulation?  Please consider thoughts from Status Coup.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUU3RhWiOLo     —

Erin Brockovich ACCUSES Norfolk Southern of Lying About East Palestine Ohio “Controlled Burn”

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MSM didn’t report on the decade-long NYS anti-fracking advocacy in which local citizens learned much more than they wanted about corruption.  A few personal and untutored views.  One welcomes correction where warranted—

*Fracking uses proprietary chemicals that are secret from local communities

*Proprietary seems to mean the chemicals used on people and nature are none of our business

*Pollution of several types are found in areas that are subjected to this industrialization

*Many local communities are protected by volunteer fire departments that understand common brush and house fires, but not so much industrial chemical fires

*Some local politicians seem more intent on courting big-money interests into local communities with the excuse of economic advancement than supporting local volunteer groups

*One may suppose a part of the draw may be big-money campaign donations to politicians

*The NYSEG Stadium absorbed curious amounts of local taxpayer funding for renovations when perhaps volunteer fire departments could have benefited from said funding

*NYSEG Stadium is now Mirabito Stadium


*Local municipalities also needed to fend off LG fueling stations, one locally proposed next to a neighborhood school

Capitalism surely benefits from the Trickle-Down Economic system, but that either are beneficial to local communities is highly questionable.  

We The People need to short-circuit reliance on marketing speech from hierarchy and remember common sense.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3y79ZUl-zk      —

Florida Might Be Done For

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From popularresistance  —  https://popularresistance.org/taking-back-our-universities-from-corporate-apparatchiks/            —

New Brunswick, N.J. — Here are some of the senior administrators I did not see joining us on the picket lines set up by striking teachers and staff at Rutgers University. Brian Strom, the chancellor of Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, whose salary is $925,932 a year. Steven Libutti, the vice chancellor for Cancer Programs for Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences, who makes $929,411 a year. Patrick Hobbs, the director of athletics, who receives $999,688 a year. The president of the university, Jonathan Holloway, who is paid $1.2 million a year. Stephen Pikiell, the university’s head basketball coach, who has received a 445 percent pay raise since 2020 and currently gets $3 million a year. Gregory Schiano, the university’s head football coach, who pulls in $4 million a year.

Here is who I did see. Leslieann Hobayan, a poet and single mother with three teenage daughters who makes $28,000 a year teaching creative writing as an adjunct professor and could not afford health insurance last year. Hank Kalet, who, by teaching seven courses a semester at Rutgers, Brookdale Community College and Middlesex College as an adjunct professor (a full course load for a semester is normally four courses) as well as teaching summer courses, can sometimes make $50,000 a year. But even he only has health insurance through his wife’s employer. Josh Anthony and Yazmin Gomez, graduate workers in the history department who serve as teaching assistants, and who each struggle to survive on $25,000 a year, $1,300 of which is deducted by the university for library, gym and computer fees.

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One is seriously interested in those who have degrees from institutions of high learning and pose as educated, who also carry un-payable levels of debt to finagle said degree.

Common sense would be better.

From Gateway Greens——–

Please take a look at the Green Social Thought website: http://www.greensocialthought.org/

Its focus is: “Produce less. Distribute it fairly. Create a greener world for all www.gateway-greens.org For more info, call 314-727-8554 read more


C-Span is illuminating as usual.  A caller spoke of the wealth of military equipment the USA has left around the globe, free for the taking by others.  She implied this is a bad idea.  read more


The value of not knowing can be found in Buddhism.  This mindset generated ideas millennia ago that suggests quantum physics.  That this may be the closing of the circle isn’t an unknown concept in some spiritual and scientific areas.  Some people believe that science and religion must be connected.  (“Must” as in logically are, not as in hierarchically prescribed) read more