Discussion in 'Current Events' started by rickyb, Dec 31, 2015.
the youtube search results on my ps3 is in rigged compared to computer
You are clueless
David SirotaVerified account @davidsirota 27m27 minutes ago
David Sirota Retweeted ABC News Politics
"The threat to our democracy does not come from big money lobbyists" -- this is what a person says when he knows that his administration often loyally followed orders from big money lobbyists and many of his aides then went on to work for big money interests.
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ABC News PoliticsVerified account @ABCPolitics
Former President Barack Obama: "The threat to our democracy does not come from one person in the White House or Republicans in Congress or big money lobbyists. The biggest threat to our democracy is indifference" …
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so i was talking to a coworker from Iran last night, he is a professor and got his phd in sydney australia. he says the wages are higher in australia and people work less hard and enjoy life more drinking. he wants to leave here. my friend also worked there and confirmed the same.
Cool story bro.
nice to get different perspectives
You know you could go pick crops in Australia to get in.
thats what my friend did, but it sounds like hard work.
I keep forgetting, you want their government to just let you in and give you stuff. You should join the caravan in Mexico.
Doubt you could get in, they have very strict laws for entry. Can I show you a property in Somalia?
yea my other coworker is from there and says the same. im against strict immigration, in favor of security not border patrol power abuse.
the prof at tech school course im interested in says when i graduate i can get a job there.
Call border patrol first......ask questions later.
so we always hear about how corrupt the govt is. we dont hear so much about corporate sector rot, which im assuming is as bad or worse than government.
which lead me to the conclusion that our whole society is rotten.
more on the 2 tiered legal system:
Nathaniel St. Clair @NatStClair 12h12 hours ago
Nathaniel St. Clair Retweeted CounterPunch
NAFTA and the TPP allow corporations to directly challenge domestic laws through arbitration. This empowers private tribunals with corporate lawyers in the guise of judges. These trade tribunals are not democratically accountable to the voters of any nation.
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On Thursday, November 8, a federal court in Montana ordered a pause in the construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline. Sounds like cause for celebration, doesn’t it? It’s not. Nothing can stop Keystone XL, and the reason is NAFTA. Unstoppable: The Keystone XL Oil Pipeline and NAFTA …
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this episode talks about bayer corporation which was started under the nazis and did experimental chemical tests on its jewish subjects. something out of a horror movie. one of the founders wanted to create pure germans by changing eye color, etc. they got short sentences for their war crimes and were back at it when they escaped. bayer is now with monsanto.
ralph nader used to call John Boehner (pronounced "boner") a corporation masquerading as a person.
here are some more dancing idiots for sale:
capitalism hides the truth based on secrecy in part. 1 example is workers have no idea how much the capitalists profit off of them. im gonna guess the board of directors know the most in a business including dirty secrets:
Breaking911 @breaking9111 5h5 hours ago
BREAKING: Johnson & Johnson knew for decades about asbestos in baby powder talc supply, failed to tell the FDA - Reuters, citing documents
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sheldon wolin, who used to be one of americas greatest living political philosophers, says the power of corporations merged with the power of the state is unprecedented in world history.
he agrees with chris hedges that its time to start a rebellion because they will push us to a police state where 90% of the population is poor.
The InterceptVerified account @theintercept 2h2 hours ago
It’s not easy raising money from small-dollar donors. Only two of the 435 members of the House of Representatives elected in 2018 raised the majority of their money from small dollars: @Ocasio2018 and @repjohnlewis.
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