The Continuing Criminal Enterprises of the Rich-Corporations

Published on Dissident Voice, by Paul Kirk, September 24, 2015: everything from education to marketing, to social engineering to capturing money – Madness Wins – (or, what the 1% makes us believe is that corruption should be normal, having infested large parts of our economic behavior, as well as the whole financial sector – a cancer which is now going into it’s final phase – Heidi).

… You can’t have perfection, and you have to bargain with the devil, pick the lesser of two or two million evils, and just understand the reality of politics. How many Fox News-CBS News-CNN-Local Yokel News consuming folk just talk this talk, every year, every election cycle, every rotten time a school bond comes up or some loud invented news item comes along the ticker of our football-pretentious TV junk science-junk journalism SCLM – so-called liberal media.

These are tough times calling for tough measures, so a vote for Trump is a vote for Hillary, err, Bill, err, Bush or Reagan (is Ron Junior running yet, with Chelsea on the ticket?).

I have so many liberal friends who think Hillary is a cut above the Republicans and Bernie is a cut above Hillary. It’s a vacuum, or lobotomized America, bred on punishment, usury, the spectacle of soft shoeing Chosen Few entertainers, or educated by a cabal of psychologists and social engineers who have ghettoized the people of color, hooked the few chosen Goy to follow the neo-con, neo-liberal, oh so lying left wing of a society – ours – that needs implosion … //

… I have been wondering where those conversations have gone, in middle America, in elite America. Sometimes, just sometimes, I respect the Chem Trail Speculators, the so-deemed Conspiracy Nuts, much more than PhD Number 999,999,999. The Jolly Wonks of the NGOs/Non-Profits/Alphabet Soup Agencies, a la CIA and EU-Jewish-Australian-Canadian Hit Men. . . .

I have heard more sense coming out of artists of the tattoo kind, more thinking out of the prisoners of our time, more reality from the unemployed, the houseless, the cardboard carrying “Anything Will Help This Veteran” guy on the corner.

This punishment society, football vis-a-vis pig coaches, overpaid felons of the athletic class, these taken to the next level on these creepy digital games, these gamers and sneaker heads, all these dead-heads of the drive-through birth canal, these brunt of the Har-Har Chosen Entertainer jokes, the entire mess that is a retracting-devolving-detached-denatured humanity, created by the K12 Compliance Experts, this “you will be tased, killed, jailed, hounded, bankrupted, un-liked, disenfranchised” cabal of provosts running x y and z corporation.

The grammar of America is profits, boom-and-bust, PayDayLoan, empty streets, broken windows, demolished porch, socially engineered by an elite class and an army of privates pulling for the Super One Percent.

Meetings run by code enforcers, and offices headed up by insipid mayors-reps-boards.

Do as I say, and I will do whatever it takes to stash away the public coffers.

Then we have the rings-under-the-eyes bureaucrats, public servants, pushing the mush of an elite group who determine K12, Consumption, Culture, Who Wins, Who Loses. So many rules, regs, laws, and vacant ideas on how to heal-punish-sterilize society – all of us, but the most vulnerable first, more dramatically … //

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Ilargi: Europe’s Refugees Are a Global Crisis, on naked capitalism, by Yves Smith, Sept 27, 2015;

The return of ‘land’ in macro economic discourse – Wonkish, on RWER Blog, by merijnknibbe, Sept 27, 2015;
(book: The Corruption of Economics /Georgist Paradigm series – Mason Gaffney (Author), Fred Harrison, on amazon);

Suisse: (quelques faits locals) A côté de la plaque, dans Le Courrier, le 25 sept 2015;

Dans le commerce de détail, parler de salaire reste tabou, dans 24 heures, le 25 sept 20215: rémunération Denner a défini une nouvelle politique salariale qu’il assure être «plus juste»;

Thomas Guénolé, politologue pressé, dans Libération, par Jonathan Bouchet-Petersen, le 24 sept 2015;

The United Nations has a radical, dangerous vision for the future of the Web, on The Washington Post, by Caitlin Dewey, Sept 24, 2015;

Le National rejette le principe, dans Le Courrier, par Laura Drompt, le 24 sept 2015;

Revenu de l’enfer blanc, dans La Voix des, le 24 sept 2015: en décembre dernier, Jean-Paul Gaspard a bravé les pentes inhospitalières du Mont Vinson et les rafales de vent de l’Antarctique. L’alpiniste du Vivier-du-Lac raconte cet exploit épique et atypique …;

Australia – Y Combinator’s Sam Altman: The greatest threat to this country is incompetence of governance, on Business Insider, by Biz Carson, Sept 24, 2015;

Ca se passe en Europe: les Suisses (le parlement) contre le revenu de base inconditionnel, dans le, par JEAN-JACQUES FRANCK, le 24 sept 2015;

Suisse: Le National rejette l’initiative pour un revenu sans travail, dans, le 23 sept 2015: L’idée d’obliger la Confédération à distribuer 2500 francs par mois pour tous et sans travail en retour fait la quasi unanimité contre elle. Le National a recommandé mercredi le rejet de l’initiative populaire “Pour un revenu de base inconditionnel …;

L’écran qui préserve les yeux des riches et autres horreurs, dans l’OBS/rue89, par Nicolas Falempin, le 23 sept 2015;

ALASKA: Citizens’ Dividend Reaches $2,072, on Basic Income Earth Network BIEN, by Stanislas Jourdan, Sept 23, 2015: despite the large amount of the annual dividend for 2015, the future of Alaska’s small basic income is under political threats as the state suffers from a large deficit gap

Suisse: Votations finales et émotions des élus sur le départ au Parlement, dans, le 23 sept 20215;

Sustainable energy options, 40.14 min, uploaded by FauzInfoVids, Oct 16, 2014;

Global Financial Meltdown, 169.15 min, uploaded by HISTROIKA 2012, April 4, 2012;

The men who crashed the world, uploaded by FauzInfoVids:

  • Part 1, 42.30 min, Sept 25, 2011;
  • Part 2, 44.54 min, Oct 12, 2011;

Fiat Empire - Why the Federal Reserve Violates the U.S. Constitution Full, 58.53 min, uploaded by HORIZONS, April 3, 2011.

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