[ale] AT&T is evil [OT]
hooterpincher at gmail.com
Thu Feb 3 09:39:27 EST 2011
Hey, I might look that book up!
On Wed, Feb 2, 2011 at 7:03 PM, arxaaron <arxaaron at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2011/02/02, at 10:22 , Jerald Sheets wrote:
>> On Feb 2, 2011, at 10:14 AM, arxaaron wrote:
>>> ... not the illegal
>>> and unethical corporape of consumers by a corrupt corpirate
>>> conglomerate constitution killing search and seizure darling
>>> of the repub-lie-con Corporate Welfare State.
>> I hear that Red China has a system similar to what you're looking for.
> True that! And emulating Totalitarian Communist China is the
> clear goal of globalized capitalism and the U.S. corporate welfare
> state. Just look at the U.S. profiteering and exploitation in China
> by the ownership elites over the past 30 years! Walmart could
> neither exist or survive without it! What better form of fascist
> government partnership for the corporapists to claim ownership
> of all our public resources and enslave the work force and openly
> poison the global environment than an authoritarian, militarist,
> single party dictatorship! What better than a form of government
> that is structurally identical to the common corporate charter, one
> that not only fails to regulate or restrain the corrupt, destructive
> avarice of the ownership elites in any significant way, but one
> that will actually put anyone they accuse of uttering the word
> "union" into forced labor camps for 7 years. Little wonder that
> Totalitarian Communist China was repeatedly offered as the
> shining example of "progress" in the latest [corporate welfare]
> State of the Union address.
> Don't worry, though, Amurika is getting close to being able to
> compete with Totalitarian Communist nations, both in terms
> of obscene economic disparity and freedom killing militarist
> oppression. About 40 years ago the Friedman fraud market
> fascists turned their attentions from destroying democracies
> and installing vicious military dictators in South America to
> assassinating the institutions of social justice at home. Since
> then they have been actively corporatizing our courts to
> undermine the civil liberties of our U.S. Constitution, and
> bankrupting our public institutions with the deficits created
> by their murderous industrial war machine profiteering, and
> using criminal corruption of the banking and investment
> systems to cause economic collapses that trigger massive
> tax payer bail outs and open the vault door for them to
> further raid all our pension funds and social retirement
> savings and public investment capital. At this point their
> partisan hate mongering and rigged voting systems have
> succeeded in making our democracy a divisively polarized
> sham, to the point that they have piratized most all our
> public government services and dismantled or fiscally
> starved any public minded agency that might protect or
> safeguard the interests of the citizens from their abusive,
> gluttonous greed. They have been getting away with
> this under cover of a thick tear gas cloud of blinding, mind
> numbing, emotionally manipulative and relentlessly
> pervasive "hate the government, blame the taxes"
> propaganda that spews forth daily from the toxic towers
> of their owned and operated smoke screen media
> machine. With the help of their compliant, gas addicted
> puppet army of teabagger terrorists now gunning down
> children in the streets, they should be able to finish
> the decimation of our of our democracy and our nation
> within just a few more FauX "news" election fraud cycles.
> PS: Case in point of how nothing makes a U.S. Death
> Machine Corporation happier than a despot dictator
> being propped up by the Amurikan tax payers!
> A shame, even if predictable, that U.S. Corporapists
> are also facilitating the internet blockades and censorship
> in Egypt.
> PPS: "23 Things They Don't Tell You About Capitalism"
> Thing 1: There is no such thing as a free market.
> Thing 4: The washing machine has changed the world
> more than the Internet.
> Thing 5: Assume the worst about people, and you get
> the worst.
> Thing 13: Making rich people richer doesn't make the
> rest of us richer.
> I've only read an excerpt from the Thing #1 chapter,
> but this book looks like it should be required reading
> for everyone espousing to authentic Libertarian ideals,
> though more importantly for those others who pretend
> to do so while they antithetically further the freedom
> destroying corporape of the world. It is still enormously
> encouraging and reassuring to have my long spoken
> views on the global economic devastation and injustice
> arising from our corporate welfare state being broadly
> recognized and addressed by respected economists.
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