We Must Understand Corporate Power to Fight It

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  • Kevin Smith

    These famous words of Martin Niemoller…

    “First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out—

    Because I was not a Socialist.

    “Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out—

    Because I was not a Trade Unionist.

    “Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out—

    Because I was not a Jew.

    “Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.”

    …should be brought up-to-date:

    “First they caused civil strife in Serbia, and I did not speak out—

    Because I was not Serbian.

    “Then they caused civil strife in Afghanistan, and I did not speak out—

    Because I was not Afghani.

    “Then they caused civil strife in Iraq, and I did not speak out—

    Because I was not Iraqi.

    “Then they caused civil strife in the US—and there was no one left in the world willing to speak for me.”

  • bumblebee8

    I hope people realize that by holding stocks, being part of the stock market, you are feeding this machine. That by falling for the “save for retirement” is just another tool they use against you. That by keeping interest rates low, they prevent people from having the option of building their nest egg outside the stock market. That by making the stock market not just a part of the economy, but IS the economy the rich get richer and poor stay poor. Open your eyes people.

  • Ministro Gomes

    I Heard that they made lampshades out of Jewish skin, and soap from their fat
    Also the SS ate babies…
    Funny that the media creating all this propaganda is 95% Jewish controlled, Hollywood is Jewish run. A nasty piece of work the Soviet Union was started by the Bolshevik Revolution, also known as a Jewish revolution that led to the death of millions of Christians

  • We must start here first. Jun 18, 2014 Debunking the “War is Good for the Economy” Myth

    The idea that the Great Depression was finally brought to an end by the onset of WWII has been a staple of history textbooks, documentaries and various war propaganda for decades. This myth continues to be perpetuated to the present day. The idea that war is good for the economy is, needless to say, a fallacious argument which itself is based on incorrect economic data.


  • Scott Bidstrup

    It is not enough to advocate for revolution, as appealing as that prospect may seem. The problem of Bidstrup’s Law of Revolutions applies: revolutions almost always end up becoming what they overthrew. The FMLN in El Salvador and the Sandinista revolution in Nicaragua are poster-child examples. So before we hop on the revolutionary bandwagon, we must first ask ourselves a very important question – the one that didn’t get asked in Libya or Iraq: “Then what?” Until we do, and until we have a concrete, detailed and coherent answer that addresses this problem, we’re just peeing on a flat rock.