Totalitarian Capitalism and Occupy Wall Street

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“Where Does It Hurt?”

Since: Nov 11

I'll Fix It

#1 Jan 2, 2012
Totalitarian Capitalism and Occupy Wall Street

Totalitarian capitalism has slowly indoctrinated a nation of ignorant wage-slaves into not only ignoring their own future, but to voluntarily sacrifice their own children's futures for the superficial and artificial gratification of crass consumerism. Totalitarian capitalists is aided and abetted in their crimes of brainwashing by the so-called "free" press......which is owned by six or seven totalitarian corporations.

Voting for positive change in America hasn't been a reality for decades. Potential politicians, at their very best, are mediocre seekers of influence and power or simply purchasable by our legalized system of bribery. If voting ever became effective in America, it would soon be illegal.

That's why the Occupy Wall Street Movement has the oligarchy scared shitless. Like Martin Luther King demonstrating in a vast movement against inequality, injustice, illegal and unnecessary for-profit wars scares politicians into semi-honesty....not gerrymandered voting districts, rigged voting machines and TV celebrity lying saviors of the Universe that pop up every two to four years....Martin Luther King and that grass roots movement was so effective it made Richard Nixon look like a liberal with all the meaningful legislation that was passed.....that's exactly what caused his murder.

Each of us have or had a choice. Do we become Fox News "ditto" heads, Limbaugh lemmings, etc. and allow the totalitarian capitalist front men to destroy what's left of a once proud democracy and can you look your child in the eyes and say, "sorry dude, mommy and daddy were AWOL when your future and the future of America was on the line." "We plead ignorance!"
hermit

Sand Springs, OK

#2 Jan 2, 2012
What about the local press? What about those who may be friends and neighbors in the community that are part of the cover up of crimes and deaths of children here?
It's not the 1% that is the problem, it's the ?% that goes along to keep their place and goodies with hopes of getting another step up the ladder.

“Where Does It Hurt?”

Since: Nov 11

I'll Fix It

#3 Jan 2, 2012
hermit wrote:
What about the local press? What about those who may be friends and neighbors in the community that are part of the cover up of crimes and deaths of children here?
It's not the 1% that is the problem, it's the ?% that goes along to keep their place and goodies with hopes of getting another step up the ladder.
When one considers how frivolous, mundane and child-like local media is, the fact that local bleed leads stories is all they are into, I simply don't think about them....I don't watch their news? coverage....the newspapers suck...non corporate independent information on the net and dish is the only way people will get the true story.

American's are gullible followers...propaganda is a science and it's been used very effectively in the US...Corporate TV is the same thing as state TV....the "reporters" repeat what they are told with zero investigative journalism.

It was all invented in the 1920's by a New York Jew adman named Edward Bernay's....to sell a shit product you repeat the message over and over....then it became propaganda used by Hitler and we enhanced it even

You repeat a lie loud enough and often enough and that lie becomes fact.

Since: Sep 08

Neon City Oh.

#4 Jan 2, 2012
OWS is NOT the problem.
Wall St occupying Washington IS the problem.
hermit

United States

#5 Jan 2, 2012
Faith-Healer wrote:
<quoted text>
American's are gullible followers...propaganda is a science and it's been used very effectively in the US...Corporate TV is the same thing as state TV....the "reporters" repeat what they are told with zero investigative journalism.
It was all invented in the 1920's by a New York Jew adman named Edward Bernay's....to sell a shit product you repeat the message over and over....then it became propaganda used by Hitler and we enhanced it even
You repeat a lie loud enough and often enough and that lie becomes fact.
That's a cop out, it's a voluntary cognitive dissonance most like to play to for plausible denial and ease of conscience, like the Germans living near the camps who said they thought it was snowing,(ashes). Most don't want news they want entertainment, watching any local news program makes that clear. But regardless of that when any relevant news and info does get through it is spun to a senseless pissing contest of politics or ideology and filtered through hypocrisy.
As we know in our culture self interest is the motivating factor, and honor and integrity are too often readily sacrificed on the alter of profit and keeping up with the Joneses.

Ends, some people will rob their mother
for the ends, rats snitch on one another
for the ends, sometimes kids get murdered
for the ends, so before we go any further
I want my ends.
Cimarron

Texarkana, AR

#6 Jan 2, 2012
Faith-Healer wrote:
Totalitarian Capitalism and Occupy Wall Street
Totalitarian capitalism has slowly indoctrinated a nation of ignorant wage-slaves into not only ignoring their own future, but to voluntarily sacrifice their own children's futures for the superficial and artificial gratification of crass consumerism. Totalitarian capitalists is aided and abetted in their crimes of brainwashing by the so-called "free" press......which is owned by six or seven totalitarian corporations.
Voting for positive change in America hasn't been a reality for decades. Potential politicians, at their very best, are mediocre seekers of influence and power or simply purchasable by our legalized system of bribery. If voting ever became effective in America, it would soon be illegal.
That's why the Occupy Wall Street Movement has the oligarchy scared shitless. Like Martin Luther King demonstrating in a vast movement against inequality, injustice, illegal and unnecessary for-profit wars scares politicians into semi-honesty....not gerrymandered voting districts, rigged voting machines and TV celebrity lying saviors of the Universe that pop up every two to four years....Martin Luther King and that grass roots movement was so effective it made Richard Nixon look like a liberal with all the meaningful legislation that was passed.....that's exactly what caused his murder.
Each of us have or had a choice. Do we become Fox News "ditto" heads, Limbaugh lemmings, etc. and allow the totalitarian capitalist front men to destroy what's left of a once proud democracy and can you look your child in the eyes and say, "sorry dude, mommy and daddy were AWOL when your future and the future of America was on the line." "We plead ignorance!"
What an idiotic, long-winded line of crap. This uneducated lunatic doesn't even know that Capitalism is what made this country great and gave everyone the standard of living that they now enjoy. Socialism has been tried and it has failed everywhere it has been tried. The morons can't seem to learn from history. Probably not, they just want to spew their ignorant rants and hope that someone buys into them.
WarForOil

Grapevine, TX

#7 Jan 3, 2012
Cimarron wrote:
<quoted text>

Capitalism is what made this country great and gave everyone the standard of living that they now enjoy. Socialism has been tried and it has failed everywhere it has been tried.
You are so right. That's why no one lives in socialistic
Canada or Europe anymore. Wish I didn't live there
with them. They're awful places where people are
happier, healthier and better educated than
' this great country '.

Enjoy your standard of living and your bouts of
unemployment.
pappy

Dallas, TX

#8 Jan 3, 2012
WarForOil, There is another reason as well better medical care and the fact Canadians live longer than a citizen of the U.S. Even still births are less there in Canada than the U.S. And thats a fact of life----so who gets the better medical care here or there? they do is the answer.
pappy

Dallas, TX

#9 Jan 3, 2012
Just a thought--have you folks ever read your CONSTITUTION, ESPECALLY THE FIRST AND SECOND AMENDMENT? THE FIRST QUOTES FREE SPREECH AND THE SECOND QUOTES the right to bear arms,,
pappy

Dallas, TX

#10 Jan 3, 2012
More protection is given to those who want to bear arms than those who want their free speech protected. Both are valuable assets given to all of our citizens by the written words in our constitution. Yet more protection is given to those who want to bear arms than those who want to express their views by using speecch as a manner of protest. the lack of protection of free speech is show in the manner of treatment of those protesting at OWS as an example of arrest, tear gassed, beaten, jailed and fined. Why so much difference in treatment when our constitution gives us the right to protest as as a use of free speech? Why is there so much difference in the protection of those two amendments? Free speech by those in protest should also have the unmost protection of and by our goverment the same as thsoe who wish to bear arms. Can anyone tell me why the difference in protection by goverment and the court of law? There does apppear to be a great disparity there in protection of our rights. Or do thsoe of great wealth fear us the most in our protest and the use of free speech to seek and cause a betteremtn in our goverment and inustry?

“Where Does It Hurt?”

Since: Nov 11

I'll Fix It

#11 Jan 3, 2012
hermit wrote:
<quoted text>
That's a cop out, it's a voluntary cognitive dissonance most like to play to for plausible denial and ease of conscience, like the Germans living near the camps who said they thought it was snowing,(ashes). Most don't want news they want entertainment, watching any local news program makes that clear. But regardless of that when any relevant news and info does get through it is spun to a senseless pissing contest of politics or ideology and filtered through hypocrisy.
As we know in our culture self interest is the motivating factor, and honor and integrity are too often readily sacrificed on the alter of profit and keeping up with the Joneses.
Ends, some people will rob their mother
for the ends, rats snitch on one another
for the ends, sometimes kids get murdered
for the ends, so before we go any further
I want my ends.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =BdZT2FQJnpgXX
Next time you're in Wal Mart look closely at the clientèle and convince yourself they are positioning for plausible deniability. When the truth is a well kept secret, deniability isn't even on the radar screen.....I'm well versed in researching almost everything political both domestic and foreign and the truth is hard for me to find at times.....

Americans live in a cocoon of ignorance...struggling to raise their kids and keep the wolf away from the door...one of of ten can't even discuss wage stagnation over the last 30 years.....That's not deniability, that's self-imposed ignorance.
Creative Name Guy

Oklahoma City, OK

#12 Jan 3, 2012
Faith-Healer wrote:
<quoted text>
Next time you're in Wal Mart look closely at the clientèle and convince yourself they are positioning for plausible deniability. When the truth is a well kept secret, deniability isn't even on the radar screen.....I'm well versed in researching almost everything political both domestic and foreign and the truth is hard for me to find at times.....
Americans live in a cocoon of ignorance...struggling to raise their kids and keep the wolf away from the door...one of of ten can't even discuss wage stagnation over the last 30 years.....That's not deniability, that's self-imposed ignorance.
Bullshit. You can't discuss anything, and your research ability is that of any other retarded. You aren't well versed in anything but hatred of country and anyone who's more successful than you; which is the REAL 99%.

“Where Does It Hurt?”

Since: Nov 11

I'll Fix It

#13 Jan 3, 2012
Creative Name Guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Bullshit. You can't discuss anything, and your research ability is that of any other retarded. You aren't well versed in anything but hatred of country and anyone who's more successful than you; which is the REAL 99%.
Thanks for your learned contribution....you represent a mind that hasn't progressed in decades....inbreding no doubt.
hermit

United States

#14 Jan 4, 2012
Faith-Healer wrote:
<quoted text>
Next time you're in Wal Mart look closely at the clientèle and convince yourself they are positioning for plausible deniability. When the truth is a well kept secret, deniability isn't even on the radar screen.....I'm well versed in researching almost everything political both domestic and foreign and the truth is hard for me to find at times.....
Americans live in a cocoon of ignorance...struggling to raise their kids and keep the wolf away from the door...one of of ten can't even discuss wage stagnation over the last 30 years.....That's not deniability, that's self-imposed ignorance.
Not thinking of the WalMart crowd. I was speaking more specifically of the levels above that.
Let's get even more specific, look at the mortgage fraud situation and the banks, they've been fined tens of millions for committing fraud but nobody is going to jail. Everyone from the top CEO to the lowest office worker who shuffled papers they knew or should have known were improper should be held accountable. And let's not forget the "rocket dockets" where frauds were passed quickly through by the courts to aid the banks. Wells Fargo was even caught laundering drug money but nothing happened.
What is innocent? We should apply the rules of guilt by association which we use against gangs, drug dealers, and other criminal orgs. to go after those with less involvement but still aware of or profiting from the illegal acts to the banks, courts, Gov., pharma, and other entities of the "1%". Because the "1%" couldn't do what they do without their minions in the middle class who are aiding and abetting criminal activity under the excuse of just trying to feed their family, doing their job, following orders... it didn't work at Nuremberg and shouldn't be an accepted excuse here.
As much as many would like to blame the poor and ignorant they're not the ones living good and profiting from the fleecing of the public and downfall of our nation.

“Where Does It Hurt?”

Since: Nov 11

I'll Fix It

#15 Jan 4, 2012
hermit wrote:
<quoted text>
Not thinking of the WalMart crowd. I was speaking more specifically of the levels above that.
Let's get even more specific, look at the mortgage fraud situation and the banks, they've been fined tens of millions for committing fraud but nobody is going to jail. Everyone from the top CEO to the lowest office worker who shuffled papers they knew or should have known were improper should be held accountable. And let's not forget the "rocket dockets" where frauds were passed quickly through by the courts to aid the banks. Wells Fargo was even caught laundering drug money but nothing happened.
What is innocent? We should apply the rules of guilt by association which we use against gangs, drug dealers, and other criminal orgs. to go after those with less involvement but still aware of or profiting from the illegal acts to the banks, courts, Gov., pharma, and other entities of the "1%". Because the "1%" couldn't do what they do without their minions in the middle class who are aiding and abetting criminal activity under the excuse of just trying to feed their family, doing their job, following orders... it didn't work at Nuremberg and shouldn't be an accepted excuse here.
As much as many would like to blame the poor and ignorant they're not the ones living good and profiting from the fleecing of the public and downfall of our nation.
I think you just agreed with my OP.....remember America IS Wal Mart or less......
hermit

United States

#16 Jan 4, 2012
And those above Wal Mart are?

“Where Does It Hurt?”

Since: Nov 11

I'll Fix It

#17 Jan 4, 2012
hermit wrote:
And those above Wal Mart are?
Newt...he shops at Tiffany's
hermit

United States

#18 Jan 4, 2012
Faith-Healer wrote:
<quoted text>
Newt...he shops at Tiffany's
Lots of middle class between WalMart and Tiffany's, many of them the foot soldiers of the 1%, many dreaming of Tiffany's, many willing to screw or ignore the screwing of those below them.
Atomic Dog

Astoria, NY

#19 Oct 30, 2012
"Next time you're in Wal Mart look closely at the clientèle and convince yourself they are positioning for plausible deniability. When the truth is a well kept secret, deniability isn't even on the radar screen.....I'm well versed in researching almost everything political both domestic and foreign and the truth is hard for me to find at times.....
Americans live in a cocoon of ignorance...struggling to raise their kids and keep the wolf away from the door...one of of ten can't even discuss wage stagnation over the last 30 years.....That's not deniability, that's self-imposed ignorance."
You see whats going on. whats really happening. Now why is their wage stagnation? Do the rich want total chaos and destruction? Do they want riots? I can assure people it will happen if we continue like this.

Since: Feb 08

Yamashitacho, Japan

#20 Nov 6, 2012
Both Capitalism And Insurance System Are Originally Fraud

http://book.geocities.jp/japan_conspiracy/010...

Besides, descendants of those fraudsters are now dominating the economic world.

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