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If you haven’t informed yourself about the Israeli Nazis’ slaughter of Gazans, then you should start with Democracy Now’s Friday, July 18, 2014 show.
“In other words, God has complete freedom. He has a wide and spacious road, rather than a narrow or restricted road such as that walked on by those who embrace law and order, not cynically, the way governments often do, but out of a genuine, sane desire to live in a peaceful world.” -Arrby Continue reading
Corporatocracy: It’s about power and riches and glory. And it’s about the few who are willing to break rules – written and unwritten – in order to ‘win’. It’s about ‘riches for the strongest’, a game in which there has to be losers, always. Those who embrace that paradigm, or operating principle, ‘must’ believe in inequality. You can’t embrace such a paradigm otherwise. There is no argument that can be made that ‘riches for the strongest’ is natural and acceptable. One can choose to go against one’s God-given conscience, to become a manslayer, for we were indeed given free moral agency. But there will be consequences. Corporatists put profits – in a money system in which money means life – ahead of human rights and human life and the concerns about right and wrong. For now. Continue reading
Senate Bill 648 (which legislators characterize as an employment application fraud act, lol), like the Monsanto Protection Act (not actual name), is bald, bold fascism presided over by a very sick president, namely Barack Obama. When neoliberals say they don’t like regulation, they are not kidding. There’s no length they won’t go to in order to completely escape rules, including burying the people in them. Continue reading
Crap sticks together. If you want to imagine that James Colbert is a smart man and can inform you, feel free. Stay plugged in and useless. Or very useful, since the Devil’s very busy workshop can always use dark, lazy, uncaring people like you. Continue reading