Tag: Bread & Circuses

Jun 10

Tyranny

Tyranny is not a wholly definable condition. There are many forms of tyranny and many levels of control that exist in any one society at any given time. In fact, the most despicable forms of tyranny are often the most subtle; the kinds of tyranny in which the oppressed are deluded into thinking that because …

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May 27

NEO-FEUDAL USA: THE DEATH OF DEMOCRACY

In neo-feudal America, the financial aristocracy and political elite are judged under a different set of laws By Gerald Celente Neither a conspiracy nor conjecture: By every quantitative measure, 21st century America has degenerated from being the beacon of democracy to a neo-feudal state. From crime and punishment to the vast wealth and income-inequality gap, …

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May 15

‘WE THE PEOPLE’ NEED TO CIRCLE THE WAGONS: THE GOVERNMENT IS ON THE WARPATH

How many Americans have actually bothered to read the Constitution? John W. Whitehead (Rutherford Institute) “The government is merely a servant―merely a temporary servant; it cannot be its prerogative to determine what is right and what is wrong, and decide who is a patriot and who isn’t. Its function is to obey orders, not originate …

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May 09

Britain: A Functioning Democracy It’s Not

We discussed the farce that was/is the UK election last night… consider…   Or more clear… SNP + LibDems 3.8 million votes = 64 Seats UKIP 3.8 million votes = 1 Seat   Electoral Reform Soc @electoralreform The election results under a fair voting system: CON 244 LAB 201 UKIP 83 LD 52 SNP 31 …

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Apr 30

Ten Wonderful Things I’m Grateful For (Irony Alert)

Charles Hugh Smith Being grateful boosts your happiness. Ten wonderful things I’m grateful for. Since every volume on the nearly endless shelf of pop psychology self-help books recommends working up some gratitude as the key to happiness, I’ve conjured up a list of what I’m grateful for. (Please turn your irony setting on.) 1. I’m …

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