Thursday, December 29, 2011

The Aroma Of Fresh Baked Yellow Cake

Oil Pipeline, Somewhere In Iran
Earlier this month, Obama lost one of his toys in Iran. Now Iran has some officials bragging that they could shut down the Gulf of Hormuz with the greatest of ease. America warns Iran that blocking oil strait will 'not be tolerated' | World news |
October 17 of this year Iran announced that they had produced their first batch of yellow cake uranium in their own nuclear easy bake oven. Israel was crying about that, and every time they cry, we have to hold their hand and dry their tears. So now the Iranians are having  naval war games. I guess no one likes that either. Also no one is allowed to have nuclear weapons. Especially no one who can shut down oil production.
Follow the petro dollars. We didn't get Iraq's oil, so I guess now we have to go after Iran's.
We've got covert operations insinuating themselves into the Green Movement. Obama's losing drones over there and practically giving away our technology. The Iraq War has officially ended. We still have one in Afghanistan but, they don't have oil. (they do have a lot of other resources we can use like lithium, and other minerals) The military industrial complex is not going to allow itself to go silently into that dark night. That beast needs to be fed. If this economy continues to worsen, and it probably will, then maybe we need another World War to create jobs for a populace that is increasingly impoverished and uneasy. Or else, another distraction from the real problems we have here. Corporations could only make more of a profit from war. It's a win-win. Except for one thing, Iran is way more powerful than Iraq. I don't trust any of the idiots in D.C. to do anything but what ever the corporations dictate. In an election year, with a war weary population, it wouldn't be very smart to embroil ourselves in another conflict. They may be idiots in Washington, but they're not fools. This thing may be on the back burner. Just bake and insert drone in center to test for nuclear readiness.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Tis the season to be appalled.

Well look who is telling us there's too much bling in Christmas.
That is really so ironic. Check out the pope's "superficial glitter", how many hungry people could he feed by auctioning off that preposterous hat and crazy nightgown he wears. It makes me really angry. Didn't he take a vow of poverty? What I really love is how the Vatican sits on billions of dollars worth of priceless works of art. While the faithful around the world, starve, die or just struggle to get by and these blowhards lecture us about commercialism? They've pretty much turned Jesus into a brand and convinced  people to give the church untold amounts of money. I think if they sold everything and gave it all to the poor around the world a lot of our social problems could be alleviated. Somebody should occupy the Vatican. Maybe a gang of molested altar boys should run the place. Now that's what I call justice. I grew up on my knee's, every Sunday wasted, in a place I always knew was just plain wrong. What a waste of time. Now this jerk in a pointy hat gets to tell us all about the evils of commercialism. There's a special place in hell for him. He has all that power and money and doesn't do anything to solve the problems he seems to care so much about. Humbug. And a pox on him. By the way, the painting is Bosch's Garden Of Earthly Delights. You should check it out. He had no love for priests or politicians. Looks like pretty much nothings changed.

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Hitch and Havel

Christopher Hitchens died this week, along with Vaclev Havel. Men that I admired, still do. I was a huge fan of Christopher Hitchens. I believe he was a genius with the written and spoken word. I loved his politics, his support for Salman Rushdie when the fatwa was issued against him. All of these things and his wonderful books, what a body of work he left behind. Vaclav Havel rode the Velvet Revolution of 1989 as a Czech dissident. An accomplished writer, he wrote numerous successful plays, and he was President of Czechoslavakia. Two amazing voices are gone in a week. Also the Iraq war died this week. Something I never admired. Causing untold  misery for years to come. Families decimated, war veterans not being taken care of properly. Iraq in ruins. Mission accomplished for Rove, Cheney and Bush and all their minions. Christmas is a week away, the New Year  is almost upon us. I wish peace for the families of Christopher Hitchens and Vaclav Havel. Peace for all who have survived and those who did not in the Iraq War. Surely we can do better this year. If only we'd give peace a chance.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Dying Democracy

Chris "Country Wide Free Mortgage" Dodd is throwing it down, Chris Dodd's Defense of SOPA Makes Him Sound Like a Despot - Technology - The Atlantic Wire
This is exactly what I have been fearing for quite some time. Alexei Navalny, a Russian blogger was arrested. For dissent, dissemination of information, and protesting the elections there. Russian blogger Alexei Navalny in spotlight after arrest - The Washington Post
How long before it happens here? This is no accident. Before  all those legislators, go on their christmas vacation, they will finally enact something, and this is it. Piracy, really? This is all about the next election, Occupy, and the progress they have made, and information anyone can access about the corporatocracy. Maybe I am being too extreme. I don't think so. If they pass this, freedom of expression is over on the internet. We are all in this together and the powers that be know it. "To hold a pen, is to be at war" Voltaire wrote that, in 1748. Now we can say "to type, is to be at war". So be it. We are in a war, make no mistake.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

The Corzine Connection

True to my "Jersey Style" philosophy  "Crybaby Corzine", Jersey's former governor was subpoenaed by the government to appear before, of all things, the agriculture committee. Here's why, MF Global traded in commodities and futures, I'm talking about pork bellies and oil anything that can make the working class pay more for stuff that should cost way less, like heating fuel and food, Stuff that is no longer counted toward the cost of living or inflation. But I digress.
I heard all this on Friday on my way to work, (I know, lucky right? but that's another story) immediately I am thinking, who is he involved with from his old company, Goldman-Sachs, someone who looked the other way? Thanks Matt Taibbi for this Jon Corzine's Relationship With CFTC Chair Gary Gensler Probed | Matt Taibbi | Rolling Stone
Oh, Poor Johnny, crying about how in moments of stress companies "look for triggers that would enhance the oversight of organizations during those times" Well if the trigger is a regulator friend of Corzine's, I am guessing that the trigger named Gary Gensler isn't going to spring into action. Just a guess.
Next week he's going to be testifying in front of the finance subcommittee. And interestingly enough the Dodd-Frank Bill, that is supposed to be expanding it's responsibilities, has been gutted, by budget cuts CFTC Budget Slips Away; Staff Cuts Expected | FDL News Desk
This way whatever was going to happen, in the way of improvement for companies like MF Global, well nothing is going to happen now, as if anything ever was. And I don't know if anything is going to happen to "Crybaby Corzine" either. I also really got the stench of a Bernie Madoff ponzi scheme, when suddenly money is missing, and lots of it, where, oh where could it be?
I really like this local article  Corzine expresses regret, but stands strong throughout testimony on collapse of MF Global |
I love the part about Corzine "stands strong" even when he was being evasive. I am not sure, but it seems like being evasive is not a sign of strength. But it's definitely a sign of the "Jersey Style" strategy, to avoid any responsibility, for anything more than a few Jello shots and some fist pounding, when you leave D.C. on your private jet, back to the Jersey Shore.

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Occupy Christie!

I just saw Christie in Iowa get shouted down by Occupy.
He pretty much proved to me what a douche I already knew he was. I live in the great state of New Jersey. My taxes are outrageous, and they're paying for his salary as governor. It used to be when you were elected to public office that you called yourself a public servant. My dad worked for the government and that's what he always called himself.
Since when did these politicians get so full of themselves? There is no compassion or empathy anymore for the people these politicians serve. Apparently Christie has never been out of a job or evicted because he couldn't pay the rent. It's pretty obvious he never goes hungry. But picking on his weight problem is too easy. I can't believe he didn't take the Repugs up on their offer to be president. Probably because he knew he'd lose. "Just work it out". If you can actually find work, that is. In January I get to fight my tax assessment. They assessed me at $100,000 more than my place is worth back in 2006. Unless your motivated or smart enough to fight the system, you too can pay taxes from 2006 real estate values. Thanks Christie, for proving to me that there actually is a behavior I like to call "Jersey Style" the definition is; ego driven, selfish and ignorant. This has been my experience with people in the "Garden State". It's like living in another country. And now I get to watch Christie belittle people in Iowa too. At least he's consistent

Sunday, December 4, 2011

Russia and Amerika

I have some readers from Russia. (Spasibo!) And I wondered what was going on in their world. So I decided to do a little poking around. I found this article - The Russian state and surveillance technology
Seriously disturbing. Apparently the Russian government is remotely spying on bloggers and social media. Because of complaints from companies i.e corporations. God forbid you piss them off. Anyway according to what I read it is not "a question of national significance" meaning there is no reason the government should be interested in what bloggers and other social media are doing. Because corporations own the government they will do ANYTHING they can to crack down on people they consider dissenting or disseminating information. This is really bad, for all of us. In our own country we have another net neutrality vote coming up. Essentially our own legislators are just going to put the final nail in the net neutrality coffin and outright give the internet to corporations who already control way to much media. Actually, George Bush's FCC gave away the internet, our tax dollars paid for, to greedy corporations. They have voted on this bill I don't know how many times now and they keep trying to sneak more of their dirty dealings through. Some brave Democrats keep voting against it, but who knows what will happen. If we lose our freedom on the internet we are seriously screwed. If Russia is using drone programs to archive bloggers and shut them down, it won't be long until it will be common place here. Our government already has the power of the Patriot Act, we are already under their microscope. All you bloggers in Russia keep blogging! Don't let "the man" keep you down!

Saturday, December 3, 2011


Hermie Cain is such a great guy! Sure wish I had a friend like him! Such a shame he's not going to be running for the Republican party. Now he's got some "splainin" to do. He actually said his wife understood the "situation". How "Jersey style" is that! How many women? How much money? I think he's giving Clinton competition! Here's what I'm wondering, when is Newt gonna throw down? I'm REALLY curious, what's he hiding? This is the best Republican race ever!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

"In whatever houses I enter, I will go into them for the benefit of the sick" Hippacrates (400-460 B.C.E.)

When was the last time you really thought about who is benefiting from the sick? Who is being denied health care and why? Here's what Paul Krugman said, Money At The Top -
The last paragraph is what got me. "denying  health care to the near poor is seen as serious deficit reduction, but taxing the wealthy is not". I'm paraphrasing, and he actually wrote "class warfare" which Paul Ryan and his insured friends are always crying about, whenever anyone says anything about taxing the 1%. I think it's crazy that people don't understand that there is a war going on and it's not in Afganistan or Iraq. It's being perpetrated in this country by those in power. These people, like Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney, they are all corporate whores who get money from the health care lobbies. We are the only civilized country in the world who makes money off of sick people. Which flows right into the pockets of the 1%. It's another way to take money from the 99%, like, say, all those crap mortgages you pay for over inflated houses. And huge 28% fees for credit cards. We have a health care system which has some questionable outcome statistics and we are nowhere near where we should be with infant mortality rates. And we are supposed to be so advanced. I wonder what presidential candidate is going to be mentioning any kind of fix for the health care system other than just take medicare and medicaid away. Since they are "entitlement" programs and we aren't "entitled" to anything, except to pay taxes and just die. Health care should be a basic human right, like it is in other countries. But no one I know even questions that, and maybe, they shouldn't be giving the health care companies so much money for excessive invasive testing, procedures that are either unnecessary or just ways for a doctor to cover his malpracticed ass, don't forget the out of control infections in hospitals that only make you sicker, which of course, health care makes money from.
The best thing about not having health care is, never having to go to the doctor. Or, endless hours spent waiting for your ten minutes to say what's wrong with you and get more tests and come back for another consultation. When are people going to wake up and understand that the real soldiers in this "class war" are us. We have the power collectively to give every American decent health care. But we don't, because we've been convinced that we have to take care of ourselves, when really we are supposed to be taking care of each other.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Get Your "Puritan" On!

On this Thanksgiving day, we're all supposed to be so grateful. I am not enamored with the religious freaks that came to this country and established the puritan uptight standards we still live with today. This bible thumping attitude is prevalent with the fundamentalist culture that has this country strangled. Abortion, birth control, premarital sex, don't forget no marriage for gays, let alone just being gay. One of my favorites, the puritan work ethic. That good old fashioned self reliance. Hard work will pull you out of poverty and into your very own log cabin! (built on land you stole from Native Americans) A tradition built on thievery and genocide, the good old American way! These people came to this country because of religious persecution. Now I feel like I'm the one being persecuted. If you don't have a job, it's your own fault, if you live in poverty, well, you don't work hard enough! The latest U.S.census information shows 46.2 million people living in poverty. acsbr10-01.pdf (application/pdf Object)
That's one out of six people. Coincidentally, there are 5 applicants for every job opening, 5 Unemployed for Every Job Opening -
 Good luck with gettin' your "puritan ethic" on! This country was built by a bunch of religious fanatics that even their own homeland couldn't tolerate. And now they have  the 700 Club and Fox News! 2 things I can't tolerate. (I think Glen Beck would look righteous in a big lace collar) I can't help but wonder how many people are just supposed to pull themselves up by their bootstraps today and just freeze in the streets or go hungry, because they didn't work hard enough. They must have done something to deserve it. Pass the Cranberries... What a great holiday.

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Occupy The Banks

I am so pissed off about what happened to the protesters UC Davis Police Pepper-Spray Seated Students In Occupy Dispute (VIDEO) (UPDATES) 
and the absence of any outcry from any of our so called "leaders" against the brutality that's going on, right here, in the good old USA. I am so ashamed that I even voted in the last election. All of this to protect the banks who have hoarded billions in cash and gold, grinding millions of people into the ground, just like the cops with their knees on the heads of the protesters in the streets.
Anyone who has any illusion that we are not in the middle of a depression is either crazy or taking the Prozac. We need more than an Occupy, occupying, any public space. We need a plan to Occupy the Banks and grind them into oblivion. This is not going to happen the way FDR did it when he was inaugurated. He shut down the banks until he got legislation to deal with the mess they made and took the money that they were sitting on and released it into the economy. But it still took a long time for ordinary people to recover. The banks own EVERYTHING and all the politicians who in turn, own the cops. When FDR was elected he wasn't owned by anyone and he kept his promises (with this caveat, leaving African Americans in the dust was wrong! And I don't condone his behavior in that regard) We have to get over the notion that America is a place that is "fair" or "just" and everyone has a chance to pull themselves out of poverty. We also have to throw any idea of "class" out the window. If you think you are middle class you are operating under some kind of idea that you might be doing better than anyone else. We are all in this together, even if you do nothing, look the other way, or watch Fox news. If things continue, with the violent repression of peaceful protests, all to protect Wall Street, it won't be long till we are all living in the street. Even Mr.& Mrs. Middle Class. Banks will take EVERYTHING, they almost have it ALL right now. The only way I can think of, that we are going to win this struggle is through the internet, and with the idea from a couple of posts ago of a "Robin Hacker" someone or some group that can strangle the banks by hacking into them and taking everything they took from us. Then, drag all the bankers, hedge fund whores, the lot of them into the street for their own pepper spray baptism. We need unity in this movement. We need to follow the money the banks took and give it back to the people. As long as we act like there is still some kind of class system in this country, THAT keeps us separated. We will never succeed. Check this out; "A power has risen up in the government greater than the people themselves, consisting of many, and various, and powerful interests, combined into one mass, and held together by the cohesive power of the vast surplus in the banks" John C. Calhoun said this in 1836, and still, in 2011 we are no better off! I don't want to live in a country that treats it's citizens in such a cruel manner, both economically and physically. I can't believe not one cop, not one! even tried to stop the cruelty in California, New York, and anywhere else it's going on. The day will come, when we have a country that really is free. But it is going to come at a high price, and the suffering of these students exercising their 1st amendment rights is only the beginning. I am sick with the knowledge that it is going to get so much worse. The First step in this revolution, is to get the banks.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

"Capitalism and Fascism are One Under The Iron Mask" Kenneth Patchen, American Writer (1911-1972)

The other day when I posted, I had the idea that there was way too much of a coincidence the crackdowns on Occupy in several places were completely coordinated and planned.Now I KNOW they were.
 Thanks Bush for your Patriot Act, Homeland Security. And thanks Obama for reinforcing it.
There are some who say Occupy should have aligned themselves with the established political system. I say whatever "political system" we have is in ruins and we are experiencing the "Dark Age" of democracy. A complete breakdown of our former social structure. The irony about Bloomberg and the reasons for this fascist crackdown of Liberty Park, because it needed "cleaning" (implying that the Occupiers are, of course, filthy) is not lost on me. It feels so much like what Hitler used to say about Jews. That they are unclean and dirty, the way Occupiers are being described as. Now that they have been characterized (categorized) as this. What will be next? Will the poor and disenfranchised become concentrated in the future, like the ghettos in Warsaw? Will Homeland Security even need an excuse to "eliminate" any one or any group who dissents? The events of the last few days have made me question how far can the government go? I am really afraid of the answer.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Occupy Sherwood Forest

Looks like the 1% are having some success at breaking up the Occupy Movement in several cities. For now. The reasons are no camping and no sleeping in the parks the protesters are occupying. That's the best they could do. Really? Oh, and don't forget sanitation, because the protesters are sooo dirty. Like New York City isn't one of the filthiest cities in the world. If only they would take that attitude to the ghetto, and clean, maybe they could help some of the 99% there. Now Bloomberg has managed to get a mob that's on the move. That's way more dangerous than people assembling in one place. I was thinking of Robin Hood, the King was using all the treasure in England and turned the populace into paupers because of the cost of the crusades (read Iraq, etc.). Robin and his band  took to living in the forest. What did he do there? he interrupted commerce. By robbery of the rich. I think that the Occupy movement has hurt commerce and the corporatocracy is frightened. They must be having way more of an impact than even I think. I wonder how much worse it is going to get? Maybe they should Occupy Central Park. Or Occupy a national forest that has camping facilities. But that is not quite so visible. I think we might need a Robin Hacker. It looks likely that the powers that be are going to be able to shut down the right to free assembly. So instead of a "highwayman" we need an "information highwayman" to bring down the plutocracy. Just saying. And here's another thing. When the rest of the foreclosures are foreclosed upon, and we have even more homeless not allowed to sleep or camp. What's the next step? Some kind of warehousing? Like the old work/poor houses? Unless someone can take back what the 1% have. This is where we are going. 

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

I Feel So Secure We Have The SEC!

Last night while I toiled away at work I was listening to NPR, a show called Marketplace. (I'm a big fan) Any way they had a interesting comment about Warren Buffet, 
The gist of it is, Warren Buffett does whatever he wants. And no one is allowed to know what he is doing. So there's less or pretty much no transparency for Berkshire- Hathaway. So if there isn't any for them, then how many others aren't "transparent"? So really, the SEC isn't regulating anyone because what I get, the fear is, everyone will dump stock dear old Warren dumps and create a panic, or buy what he buys, ruining things for him unless he manipulates the market in such a way that he controls what is bought  and sold and probably could ruin a company, drive prices down with a well timed leak. So the SEC are regulating by not regulating. Leaving the banks, hedge funds and companies like Bershire-Hathaway to run things. The SEC are controlling the market by controlling information. And this is a "Free Market". That's at the heart of capitalism right?  Meanwhile, people and their unsuspecting 401K's invested in the market B.S., you don't have a chance. It's all about the 1% maintaining the 1%. I realize this is nothing new especially with the banks. But good old Warren? With his "down home" everybody's grandpa image. And let's not forget his coming out with "he pays less than his secretary in taxes." (as a percentage). Like he thinks things should change! He's just one of us right? Wrong. He's not and he enjoys special privileges that aren't legal. The SEC just looks the other way. I wonder if they are looking in the direction of Tunisia? Maybe Egypt?

Sunday, November 6, 2011

"In an absolutely corrupt age, such as the one we are living in, the safest course is to do as the others do" Marquis De Sade

Jon Corzine left New Jersey and his company, the ironically named MF global (really? it's called MF?) in ruins. Millions of dollars have just disappeared. Just like millions of jobs in the New Jersey economy. Maybe we should take a look back at let's say, Governor Jim McGreevy. What a stellar individual he was. Got no problem with him being gay. But handing his unqualified boyfriend a job, and using his family as a beard, that's pretty low. Now we have Chris Christie. The republicans darling. As if there was any difference between republicans and democrats. What's his scandal going to be? Hopefully he'll drop dead from too many trips to McDonald's before he takes away every single social safety net that's left in the state. Meanwhile there's no end to the outrageous taxes you pay here. No end to the foreclosures going on, driving the price of your property down while they tax you at 2006 pre-bubble prices. These are the people that we vote for? Is anyone still living under the illusion that any of these people are serving the public? That they actually care for our welfare? I think maybe "The Situation" form the Jersey Shore show would do a better job running the state. Maybe "Snookie", she's a real fighter! I'm not sure what she would fight for, probably what she is told to fight for. Just like all the politicians! At least we'd know what we are getting. New Jersey is a mess and has been for decades. No one cares what happens to the people who live here. Just like our national government. It should be pretty obvious by now that all of those in leadership positions are all corporate whores. Just like Snookie and The Situation, no surprise there. There is no way to change things when everyone you vote for is already bought and sold. Christie is one of the biggest fundraisers out there. You can bet he's a shill for any corporation who's donated to him.
Watch him "do as the others do". The best remedy we have now is Occupy Wall Street. They are right not to have a leader. I like the anarchy. You can't trust a leader to do his job and mean what he says, those days are gone. I'm starting to believe anyone who voted for either a republican or a democrat is nothing but a masochist voting for sadists.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

What savings?

Russia decided to get out of daylight savings time and won't be turning their clocks back. I know we have way more serious problems here in the US, but really, if Russia knows this is useless why don't we? Only Conagra and Monsanto care about this, since the small farmer is basically extinct. Why don't we just use hourglasses? Does this really save anything? Russia is in darkness most of the winter. You would think if they could get some savings out of it, they would keep it. The biggest complaint about Russia getting out of DST? The US said they would be an hour and a half behind Wall Street. That is so disturbing, like Russia is worried about that sacred cow. Everyone has to bow down to the Bull! This is one thing congress could do, get us off this stupid DST that is obsolete. I use to live on a farm in Indiana and we didn't do anything to our clocks. WTF? Don't forget to feed the horses and get the tractor dusted off when we set our clocks back on Nov. 6th! It is depressing to realize that Russia even knows this is bullshit, and that's what they think of Wall Street.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

America For Sale!

On Thursday, Oct. 27, Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) plan to introduce a bill to allow American land to be bought by any alien or foreigner who has $500,000 to buy  a home or use $250,00 to buy a home and the rest to buy rental units. Also they get a free visa and must live in the US for 6 months out of the year. Meet your new slumlord, US of A! And the best thing about this ingenious plan? It's supposed to help the depressed real estate market, without costing America a dime! Like there's no austerity going on in Europe, but wait a minute, perhaps Chuck is looking to the Chinese to bail our sorry asses out of what the banks have done to us, better yet how about the middle east? They have tons of cash just dripping with oil! Why bother holding banks accountable for the great real estate depression when we can now look to investors outside the US? I am so grateful to know we have been saved! I had no idea there were so many people who want to live in the US and save our real estate market! Here's a better plan. How about the Republican National Committee and The Democratic National Committee donate all their billions and bail out every foreclosed on citizen? These asses can raise so much money, while people live and protest in the streets, and ignore the suffering  majority. Why don't they bail us out?
I guess I'll be looking forward to meeting my new neighbors! God knows there's plenty of empty houses in New Jersey!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Would you vote for these people?

FDR's Four Freedoms
Freedom of speech
Freedom of worship
Freedom from want
Freedom from fear
The people in the picture, despite being wealthy, would never be able to be elected to the white house today. Not without considerable surgery and a good photoshop program. Eleanor Roosevelt, my favorite first lady and human rights activist, was not photogenic, but what an amazing spirit. Look at what she and her husband accomplished.Now it's almost all been taken away. Now there are protests in the streets. I keep thinking about Obama's big bus, why hasn't he visited occupy Wall St.? Why hasn't Michelle Obama done anything but plant tomatoes? How is it that we have this democratic president, with people in the streets peacefully protesting their suffering and the Obama's are nowhere to be found? It really boggles the mind.You know what else? It positively reeks. It smells like money and it's in every politicians pocket that doesn't acknowledge and support all these smart and fine people who have been left behind in this economic catastrophe that didn't have to happen. I wonder how much money did FDR take? I'm thinking there might have been some backroom stuff going on back then, but he didn't sell out the people who voted for him. Do you honestly think Eleanor was busy thinking about the latest designer dress to put on before an appearance? Where are our leaders? Positioning themselves for the next election. It's disgusting and it's wrong. I personally vote for Occupy Wall St. Franklin and Eleanor must be rolling over in their graves.

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Corporate ‘Zombies’ Occupy Wall Street; Teachers Join Protest « CBS New York

Corporate ‘Zombies’ ; Teachers Join Protest « CBS New York
Check it out! This movement is getting MOORE momentum thanks to Michael Moore! Spread the news to all your friends! Are you one of the 99%?

"Whoever controls the language, the images, controls the race". Allen Ginsberg

Has anyone noticed how the media has disregarded OWS because of "vague" demands? They are not being taken seriously because they are "leaderless". The way our so-called "leaders" act, I understand completely.. The media has no intention of investing anything in OWS. All MSM is owned by the Big 6 (CBS, Viacom, Disney, Time-Warner, News. Corp. and G.E). During the 60's no one gave any respect to the beginning of the civil rights movement or the protests to end the Vietnam war. Look how that turned out.

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Sacred Cows

If timing is everything, there is no more perfect time to start this blog than when Occupy Wall Street finally broke into MSM. Welcome to the American Spring. Bank of America has decided to charge people $5.00 a month just to use their debit cards, we have already entered the next dip in this depression. The banks are responsible for this economy we are trying to survive, and the people we elect are owned by corporations.Let's stop the bull. I admire what the people a OWS are doing, and I admire their courage. This is only the begining.