American-Capitalism and Neo-Slavery

September 17, 2020 § Leave a comment

Subject: The Long, Disgraceful History of American Attacks on Brown and Black Women’s Reproductive Systems
Aloha Ms. Lennard:
May I suggest that one view, for argument’s sake, these attacks and restrictions as “badges” and/or “incidents” of slavery as forbidden in the 13th amendment in the sense that they restrict freedoms in the same way that slavery would have i.e. “You mus have massa’s permission in order to do X.” Taken individually one isn’t enslaved, but cumulatively they act like a slave code for those who were unfree during the time when slavery was legal–non-white, non-male, non-propertied. Is the parallel 100%, no but few parallels are 100%. “From above” white men’s freedom unrestricted, non-whites non-men freedoms are restricted. I have not perfected the argument nor assembled the evidence but my instincts tell me the parallels of “unfreedom” are profound.

According to “Grassroot Institute” arguments ending slavery was a bad idea

March 12, 2020 § Leave a comment

Ask any Grassrooter you meet how “limited liability” isn’t the biggest subsidy in human history.

“Quite an experience…” To despicable politicians who say “universal health insurance is unaffordable.” They want you to live in constant fear because they want you in the slave class.

February 20, 2020 § Leave a comment

“Quite an experience to live in fear, isn’t it? That’s what it is to be a slave.”




Longer version:

“That’s what it is to be a slave” and that is the goal of Trump’s administration for us “little people”

February 11, 2020 § Leave a comment


“Quite an experience to live in fear, isn’t it?

That’s what it is to be a slave.”

Roy Baty to Rick Deckard in Blade Runner


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Trump budget cuts trillions from Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid


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Trump budget cuts trillions from Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid

By Mark Gruenberg

Anthem protests center stage at NFL team owners meeting

WASHINGTON—Congressional Democrats, progressive groups, and defenders of Social Security, Medicare, and Medicaid all blasted President Donald Trump’s proposed budget cuts for the fiscal year that starts Oct. 1.

Two top government worker unions chimed, in, too, slamming Trump for proposing only a 1% raise for calendar 2021, far below inflation and below this year’s 3.1%, which Trump had resisted. Meanwhile, Teachers (AFT) President Randi Weingarten blasted Trump’s plans to slash programs that help kids—and their parents.

Trump’s $4.8 trillion spending plan, including a $1 trillion deficit, proposes an 8% hike, to $780 billion, in spending for the military and cuts just about everywhere else: Food stamps, Social Security ($30 billion drop in disability benefits spending), Medicaid ($700 billion-$1 trillion slashed over 10 years), and Medicare.

One estimate put Trump’s Medicare cut at $478 billion over a decade, while another, from former Democratic White House aide Keith Boykin, topped $850 billion. The Medicaid cuts would both throw people out of the program and cut the payments the federal government makes to states for those who remain….


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Amazon, Inc. modern slavery

September 2, 2019 § Leave a comment—or9NlkWTEh5sOoWI7OKvLTx5kJRdJ_nBZ1wKCwewTMZUuY6YX198Xf0ZWTUQC2P0vjVDuWz-ipntFt8LbmMR0dQ_kA&_hsmi=76335493

Capitalism cannot tolerate truth, Monsanto

August 24, 2019 § Leave a comment

Emails Reveal Science Publisher Found Papers On Herbicide Safety Should Be Retracted Due to Monsanto Meddling

This is what totalitarians do. Detentions become prisons. Prisons become concentration camps.

July 22, 2019 § Leave a comment

What happened? Putin’s analysis

June 29, 2019 § Leave a comment

Has anyone ever given a thought to who actually benefited and what benefits were gained from globalisation, the development of which we have been observing and participating in over the past 25 years, since the 1990s?

China has made use of globalisation, in particular, to pull millions of Chinese out of poverty.

What happened in the US, and how did it happen? In the US, the leading US companies — the companies, their managers, shareholders and partners — made use of these benefits. [..] The middle class in the US has not benefited from globalisation; it was left out when this pie was divided up.

The Trump team sensed this very keenly and clearly, and they used this in the election campaign. It is where you should look for reasons behind Trump’s victory, rather than in any alleged foreign interference.

Capitalism AND Freedom? No, Capitalism began with the slave trade and tends that way always.

April 21, 2019 § Leave a comment

that capitalism did not originate in eighteenth-century British factories, but began with the slave trade.

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