MEET THE BILDERBERGERS - OUR INVISIBLE GOVERNMENT
When 100 or so of the most powerful people in the world, or their surrogates, meet in secret, and black out reports of their endeavors in their own global corporate media, you can be sure they are not working in the public interest. People working in the public interest do not meet in secret, and these sessions will not be reported. The Oligarchy will not be televised
Saturday, May 26, 2007
RUPERT MURDOCH & EDITOR FREEDOM
Major media editors are not free today due to the fact they are at-will employees hired by the five or six white men who own and control the major media in this country, and now around the world. The editors of "our" major media are hired and fired without imput from viewers, readers, subscribers, legislators, or any independent board. Owners control the "weapons of mass distraction" and, we the people, are under fire.
Friday, May 25, 2007
No Fossil Fuel Political Campaigns Stop The Polluting Politicians
In the face of melting icecaps melting, and a world in real danger from fossil-fuel pollution, we still cannot get candidates to cut their ego-driven political travels. What's wrong with these people? They talk about reform and yet they can't reform their own, fossil-fuel driven ways.
Saturday, May 5, 2007(6 comments)
Debate Questions Corporate Media Won't Ask
The Corporate-media sponsored Republican and Democratic presidential candidate debates are a well-constructed farce, designed to keep real issues from public cognizance and discusssion. After all, they own the 'weapons of Mass Distraction' and clearly intend to use them against We, The People. Any list of real, relevant and significant questions for "our" presidential candidates would include the following:
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
GROWTHISM & The Ruin Of Everywhere
Given capital's social supremacy, growth is never seen as the problem but, instead, is continually offered up as the only solution to every ill of our corrupt economies and degenerating environments. With capital's mis-measures we then progressively destroy all real wealth and avoid issues of factor parity, natural freedom, and population balance. With empty statistics, we then decline in real terms as we "grow."
Monday, January 29, 2007
Are They Arresting Protectionists Yet?
Corporate media feeds us a constant barrage of pro free trade propaganda and nonsense. The media stooges must use the word protectionist as an epithet. In their talking-point driven minds, being a protectionist is a kind of high crime.
But whose economy is it?
Wednesday, January 10, 2007(2 comments)
Laboratory Of Nations Or Fascist Globalization?
Today's forced-trade driven "globalization" process is fast breeding a global monoculture i.e. one controlled by capital alone in a "whether we like it or not" process designed to remove the power and prerogatives of nation states, local regions, wage-laboring majorities, and defeat democracy itself.
Monday, December 18, 2006
An Inconvenient President - Our Modern Tragedy
One cannot view Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth eco-documentary without thinking what a completely different country, world, and environment we would now have if Gore had won the presidency and the election had not been stolen by Bush.
Monday, December 11, 2006
Social Security Communes
In a more rural and small town America, people often retired upon a paid-off family homestead. This meant a home without mortgage debt, room to grow a garden of healthy food, and a place where many could look forward to support from a community.
In effect, this healthy societal setup provided an almost cash-less, wage-less existence and secure retirement. For the wage-slave majority of today this is a bygone world
Friday, November 17, 2006
On Rebellion By The Majority And Writs Against The People
Our Constitution contains the clause that habeas corpus "shall not be suspended unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it."
Invasion from an external enemy we can understand, but rebellion? The meaning here is dangerously vague.
Rebellion by whom? For what? Is it a rebellion by the vast majority?
Eco-Lottery For Global Warming Remediation Fund
With so much ecological devastation and climate-change effects already underway, and efforts to combat it so sporadic and underfunded, it is time we instituted an Eco-Lottery for this purpose.
Sunday, September 24, 2006
LET'S HEAR IT FOR MORAL RELATIVISM
More than simply bad manners, however, armed with unchanging beliefs absolutism becomes both cruel and dangerous - witness the Muslim terrorists, the Taliban, the Christian crusaders, the Inquisition, and thousands of years of human slaughter. In effect, all such absolutist dogmas are the root cause of inflated egos, of cruel and torturing certainty, of imperialism, genocide and war all the very opposite of religion
EDITOR FREEDOM IN CAPITAL'S MEDIA WORLD
One way to free the press from today's mega-corporate leviathans and their profit-seeking, ruling-elite, owners is to free editors from the constraints of their at-will employments. The Editor Freedom Act is one such proposal.
The Banksters & Hurricanes Of Interest-Bearing Debt
Aside from the loss of life, the sickest thing about the Katrina-Rita hurricane events (and all natural disasters, wars and infrastructure needs) is that we are forced to borrow from a private central bank, at interest, to pay for related reconstruction costs. Profiting from Mother Natures wrath in the midst of the wipe out of entire cities and families is surely the mother of all unjust enrichments.
Sunday, May 14, 2006(1 comments)
Immigration & The Pope's Children
A discussion of religious dogma is missing from the debate on imigration. Yet we cannot solve the many problems generated without facing its meaning and consequences.
Distance Tariffs On Fossil Fuel Trade Impacts
Until we transport goods without fossil-fuel impacts some form of distance tariffs are surely necessary, as well as easily calculated and applied in our containerized world. The greater the distance from producer to market, the greater the fossil-fuel tariff.
Monday, March 20, 2006
And Not A Howard Beal Among Them
as long as there is no separation of editorship from ownership the few will continue to handpick their editors, control the media currency, and shape the very debate of society.