Who should we blame for Afghanistan?

Fox News clearly has hunkered down in its bunker to put the blame on Biden.

CNN responds by heaping the guilt on Trump.


It’s the same old game that the elites want to rope you into playing.

Republicans versus Democrats.

Please don’t get suckered.

Please don’t get conned.

Please don’t get hoodwinked or bamboozled.

What happened in Afghanistan is an indictment of the elites who control both parties.

Afghanistan was the creation of Corporate America who controls the political class lock stock and barrel.

Afghanistan, my friend, was another war created by Corporate America to make money for Corporate America.

Forget about the minerals in Afghanistan.

The real money, trillions of it, was made in fighting the war.

Welcome to the new reality.

The reality is that America’s economic model is war.

America is no longer a place where we make things. America is a place where we fight wars to enrich the elites.

It’s not just the defense contractors. It’s incorrect to pin it all on Raytheon.

Everybody makes money off war if you are a member of Corporate America.

McDonald’s makes money. Starbucks makes money.

Let me explain.

In order to fight a war in a jungle, Vietnam, in the mountains, Afghanistan, in a desert, Iraq, you have to re-create Corpus Christi Texas.

You have to create a city for 250,000 soldiers and civilian personnel.

That means that you have to create everything in the city from the streets to the ice cream bars.

Look at the room you are sitting in now and point to any object randomly. Wherever your finger points to, whether it’s gypsum board, a picture on the wall, a ceiling fan, tile on the floor, a television set, drinking glasses, pillows, window panes, all of those items are necessary.

Once you understand that, you understand why war is so attractive to Corporate America.

War is a make work project where everyone benefits. It’s very much like those ghost cities that China builds. You know what I’m talking about, right?


China builds ghost cities, enormous cities that are unoccupied. They were built to make work for the workers.

In the United States we build cities also, but we build them in other countries when we go to war.

That’s our economic model, friend.

And now you know why war exists.

It doesn’t exist to win it anymore.

That’s why the wars last so fucking long.

Winning the war would mean the cash cow would end.

OMG, that would be terrible for the economy.

Beyond that, the elites take a disproportionate share of the trillions that are necessary to fight the war.

How do you think the rich got so rich?

Here’s a kicker for you. A cold war in which we don’t fight a war but instead build ships and bases because we are afraid of a war make even more money for the wealthy elites.

Peace through strength is the euphemism that the knuckleheads give it. Only it never leads to peace, not in the past or now.

Cold Wars are the elixir of life for the war gods.

That’s why Fox News and CNN are always drumming up the threat of Russia or China attacking us.

Who in fuck‘s name are they kidding?

None of these countries was ever a threat to America.

Do you want to know why?

Because we are oceans away from them.

In addition to that, our military spending is astronomically larger than theirs.

We are the biggest motherfuckers in the valley. That we should have to fear anyone is a joke.

Our biggest enemy is Corporate America.

Fox News and CNN both promote war. They love war. They loved the Afghanistan war.

They promoted the war because Corporate America wanted them to promote the war.

Corporate America owns them.

Corporate America also controls The New York Beobacter and The Washington Goebbels who also hawk for war.

Ditto to the Wall Street Fascist.

But none of them want you to know that it’s Corporate America that controls them.

So to distract you they play up the same old tiresome dog and pony show of Republicans versus Democrats.

As long as you are focused on this stupid Republicans versus Democrats sporting match that they promote, you will never understand that it’s Corporate America that is the enemy.

If you have a loved one who died in Afghanistan or Vietnam or any of the other useless wars America fights, I empathize with you.

If you want your loved one’s death or injury to count for something, let it count for this: The complete grinding into dust of Corporate America.

Thank you.


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Tom Hanks, Nice Guy? Veto!

Tom Hanks, America’s Jimmy Stewart, veto, has a lot of guts and a lot of nerve for talking down to us with his narration of the new Cleveland Guardians video.

Tom Hanks is a shill for the Empire.

What Tom Hanks doesn’t understand is that he works for the guy who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy, who was appointed by the guy who humiliated, degraded, debased, and killed many of the native American Indians.

It was the powers that be who made and broke all those treaties with the Indians well over a century ago.

It was their successors who are running things today.

Is their successors who hired Tom Hanks to be their shill.

How dare he talk down to us.

His duties to the Empire seem endless.

When they want him to sell the name change for the Cleveland Indians which is a subtle way of calling the rest of us racist, genocidal maniacs, Tom Hanks is there.

When it comes time to sell the idea of stay at home, socially distance, and flatten the curve with regard to COVID-19, Tom Hanks is there.

When it came time to sell the EV1 automobile, Tom Hanks was there.

Oh yes, these are not the first times that Tom Hanks has been a shill for the Empire.

It seems that Tom Hanks will do anything for the Empire.

And why not?

The Empire made him rich beyond his wildest dreams.

This is the price you pay for joining the Empire.

When the Empire asks you to do something, you do it.

Do you remember the scene in the Godfather where Michael Corleone asks Johnny Fontaine if he can recruit some of his friends to entertain in Las Vegas?

Did you see that slight hesitation on Johnny Fontaine‘s face before he said yes.

What was he thinking in that tiny moment?

You know what he was thinking. He was thinking if I don’t do this, my ass is grass.

That’s why Johnny Fontaine obeyed Michael Corleone.

And that’s why Tom Hanks obeys the Empire.

Tom Hanks is not stupid. He knows what will happen to him if he doesn’t follow through with one of their requests.

His ass will be grass.

What happened to Tony Montana when he didn’t follow through with the killing that his friend Sosa had ordered in Scarface.

His ass was grass.

Although these are fictional movies, they were written by writers who had a lot of experience in the real world and who knew how life was and is.

They put their philosophies and beliefs into those movies.

Another fictional movie that had much truth to it was The Brotherhood of the Bell starring Glenn Ford. You don’t see that movie much anymore on television because the elites don’t want you to see it. They don’t want you to see how the real world works.

In this particular movie, Glenn Ford plays Andy Patterson, a businessman and a professor, who bucks the system.

Andy Patterson has been the beneficiary of a secret society called the Brotherhood of the Bell which unknowingly to him has made him who he is.

One day, his mentor, played by Dean Jagger, asks him to do a favor for the brotherhood.

Andy Patterson finds the request morally reprehensible. He does not follow through. In many respects he is like Tony Montana In Scarface.

When Andy Patterson does not follow through, all hell comes down on him. He is frozen out of society. His clients disappear. His credit cards are cancelled.

He desperately tries to convince people of the existence of this brotherhood. He goes on television but he humiliated by a television talk show host played brilliantly by William Conrad.

Destroyed, Andy Patterson has only one hope. If he can only find a fellow member of the brotherhood and get him to confirm his story, he will win.

The movie ends with a glimmer of hope that this might just happened.

Of course, this is Hollywood. They have to have a happy ending.

All too often though in the real world there is no happy ending.

In the real world, people do not buck the system. There are very few Andy Pattersons in this world. And if there are any, you don’t hear about them because the main stream media shuts them out.

All too often, the Tom Hanks’s of the world skate through unscathed.

Does Tom Hanks know that Corporate America with an agenda is using him and his nice guy status to sell unwanted and harmful ideas to the country?

I believe he does.

You see, it’s not the name change in the Cleveland Indian’s that’s important. It’s the idea behind the name change. It’s the idea of the elites putting their boot on our face so as to dominate our lives.

Tom Hanks understands this.

Does this make Tom Hanks a bad guy?

Yes it does.


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The Wrong Brand of Globalism

Our elites vision of globalism is wrong. Of course, their vision is intentionally wrong, but it is wrong nonetheless.

Our elites claim they are for free trade, but this claim is false.

Our elites are for free imperialism.

Free trade is when I make a product in my country, and you make a product in your country, and then we meet in the middle to exchange those products.

That is not what is going on in our economic global system today.

What the elites have given us is the following: I set up a factory in your country in order to exploit your workers while escaping the oversight of the United States government, while you import cheap products from your country so as to wipe out my competition here in industries that I do not currently control. To cement the deal, I will give you part ownership in my companies while you give me part ownership in your companies. In essence, we will run a global cartel that no one will notice. No one will notice because we will disguise ownership through a dizzying maze of holding companies and hedge funds.

Everybody’s a winner, except, for the worker.

In the elite’s brilliant global system, products are barged and shipped all over the world 15 times before they find their way to your house.

Some parts of the products are manufactured in Argentina, others in France, still others in Russia, still others in Africa. Then all of it is put together In India before it is barged to the United States.

It is done this way in order to get the maximal exploitation of worker’s wages.

That’s not what we want.

The globalism that we want is where each country makes 80% of its products in entirety within reason.

The products that a country cannot make, they can trade for.

What we want to achieve is self-sufficiency and maximum labor wages.

This is the most enlightened way.

When we do this, more people have more money to purchase more goods. They also have more power to make the decisions that they want to make.

Under the current system laborers receive the least amount of wages, have the least amount of power, and make the least decisions that they need to make.

Of course, this is what the elites want, because the elites know that if people have more power and more money, they, the elites, will be out of a job.

The only way to transform the world for the better is to defeat the current brand of globalism.

What is used to sell free trade to the people is the concept of cheap products – commonly sold at Walmart. The elites tell us that the cost of products will go up if goods are manufactured here in the United States.

This is true.

What they don’t tell you is that if products are manufactured here in America, Americans will have more money with which to purchase those products. In fact, they will have a hell of a lot more money.

Furthermore, these newly empowered Americans will be less likely to rely on the federal government for assistance.

Currently, because jobs are shipped out to China, many Americans have to rely on the federal government in one form or another.

These are the hidden costs of free trade.

When workers here have more money, and a hell of a lot more of it, there will be less necessity for the federal government.

Many of our social ills such as drug use, drug abuse, delinquency, theft, psychiatric illness, murder and divorce will evaporate.

This will necessarily decrease the need for the federal government to fix things.

This is of course precisely what our entrenched federal government does not want. The federal government does not want it because the corporations who control them do not want it.

Corporations make a fortune off the prison industry. They also make a fortune helping the political parties run their welfare plantations.

Who supplies all the office buildings necessary for running the welfare plantation?

Who builds those buildings?

Who prints up all the identity cards?

Who handles the payment processing?

Who builds and maintains the computer processing software?

Who sells the abstruse and labyrinthine quality improvement programs?

Who makes a fortune in consultancy fees?

It is Corporate America who benefits.

Corporate America benefits vastly off free imperialism.

The losers are the American people.


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China and Us

So you think China is a threat to the United States, eh?

If you watch Fox News, you would think that Chinese gunboats lie in wait off the coast of California. That’s the current narrative, isn’t it?

This video here belies that narrative. China has too many of its own problems to worry about us.

Check it out if you doubt me.

The only threat to our safety is our corporate elite, fueled by Harvard University and the Ivy League, who desire to implement the same type of government here that China has there. The only difference is that while property in China is owned by the government run by a communist party elite, our property will be owned by Corporate America run by Ivy League elite.

That’s probably why Corporate America is buying up all these homes in neighborhoods across the United States – to further cement its neo-feudalist grip upon America.

This elitist internal threat is what Joe McCarthy was revealing seventy years ago. Far from being a smear merchant, Joe McCarthy was ahead of his time. He was pulling the curtain back on what our elites were really doing. That’s why they punished him. That’s why they lied about him and his record.

The people who Joe McCarthy denounced as communists were not people he pulled out of a hat. These were in many cases people who had been investigated by other congressional committees. Joe McCarthy not only exposed communists (we call them globalists today) in our own State Department, but in the US Army itself. That’s right! There was a massive espionage ring at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. When Joe McCarthy revealed this to Dwight Eisenhower, he probably thought Eisenhower would be happy. To McCarthy’s surprise, Eisenhower was not happy at all. Eisenhower worked secretly behind the scenes to destroy Joe McCarthy. What does that tell you about Dwight Eisenhower and our own leadership in Washington? What this should tell you is that our leadership in Washington, far from being our friend and our representative, has been secretly working with Corporate America all these years to fundamentally change the character of the United States.

China isn’t our enemy as our elites would have you believe. That’s just a game they play with you in order to pass laws in American society to utterly transform us into a society precisely in line with what the Chinese have today.

Our elites don’t hate the Chinese leadership; they admire them.

You know, if our elites really hate China and its leadership that much, they can always pull manufacturing back into the United States. Why don’t they? What’s holding them back? Why don’t they put their money where their mouth is?

I’ll tell you why. Because they are lying to us.

PS. Anyone who wants to read about the real Joe McCarthy can read: Blacklisted by History by M. Stanford Evans.


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JD Vance

JD Vance seems to be the candidate of the day.

He is running for a Senate seat in Ohio.

Suddenly he is everywhere on the media.

He is there on Tucker Carlson. He is there with Charlie Kirk.

These hosts pre-program you by announcing that JD Vance is one of the most insightful and smartest guys around.

How do they know that? Did they grow up with him? Have they worked side-by-side with him for decades?

Or are these hosts just part of Corporate America’s game?

JD Vance of course is the man who wrote the book Hillbilly Elegy which made him a lot of bucks.

JD Vance grew up in hillbilly country but then proceeded on to Yale University where he socialized with a different set of people.

He is positioned as a common man who made good, a common man who can lead the Republican party out of the wilderness.

What do I think of him?

Run away from him.

Run away from him as fast as you possibly can.

He is no common man.

He is no hillbilly anymore.

Perhaps he once was, but he’s not anymore.

He claims to be against corporate power, but it is corporate power and the people behind corporate power, the major universities, that put him where he is.

It was a major publishing house, HarperCollins, that sold 3 million copies of his book.

You don’t get those sales on the force of your own personality. It takes connections with major media to make those kinds of sales.

It’s a fact of life that people like what they know and that they often have to be given permission by the authorities to buy a book.

Authorities: This is a smart person; buy this book.

Sheep: Okay, authorities; I want to be smart too, so I will. I’ll place it on my shelf but never read it.

It was a major university, Yale, that accepted JD Vance into law school.

His wife, a fellow Yale graduate, clerked for Brett Kavanaugh and John Roberts.

Usha Chilukuri, his wife, works for an extremely powerful law firm named Munger, Tolles, and Olson. The Munger in that firm is Charles Munger, a principal in the firm Berkshire Hathaway. Charles Munger is also a connected Harvard graduate and a buddy of Warren Buffett who is a buddy of Bill Gates.

JD Vance has access to major media.

He has the backing of Peter Thiel, another connected individual.

That’s a long way from Butcher Holler.

JD Vance owes his bones to corporate power.

He is corporate power.

This comes straight from Wikipedia:

“In 2017, he joined Revolution LLC, an investment firm founded by AOL cofounder Steve Case, as an investment partner, where he was tasked with expanding the “Rise of the Rest” initiative, which focuses on growing investments in under-served regions outside the Silicon Valley and New York City tech bubbles.

In 2019, he co-founded Narya Capital in Cincinnati, Ohio, with financial backing from Peter Thiel, Eric Schmidt, and Marc Andreessen. In 2020, Vance raised $93 million for Narya Capital.”

Does that sound like a hillbilly to you? Can you see the still and the moonshine?

See how far you get without that corporate power.

You won’t get very far at all.

Is it therefore likely that JD Vance will bite the hand that feeds him?


Despite what comes out of his mouth, he will do what Corporate America tells him to do.

Actions speak louder than words.

If he is really opposed to corporate power, then why did he accept their book deal?

Why did he appear on Tucker Carlson?

Did Jesus go work for the Roman empire?

Did Jesus break bread with Julius Caesar?

Did Jesus work within the system?


JD Vance is another puppet, controlled by Corporate America, to represent the common man for the best interest of Corporate America.

He will do nothing for the common man.

Run away from him.


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Cancel Culture and Dumbo

Dumbo, according to Disney, is harmful to children, and, of course, racist.

The “woke” crowd is focused on the crows who apparently resemble black minstrel singers.

Our “woke” elitists have decided that this is racist.

How about Mitt Romney, Bain Capital and the rest of these Wall Street financiers who bought up or helped buy many American businesses so that they could strip the parts and ship out jobs to Southeast Asia? These lost jobs contributed to the economic devastation within the inner city that hurt many black folk. Was that racist? Shouldn’t those people be forced to pay for their crimes? Shouldn’t they be banned? Many of those Wall Street moguls are still alive. Mitt Romney Is currently a US senator from Utah.

How about the CIA, the thug agency that works for the wealthy elite? The CIA ran drugs into the poor areas of Los Angeles in the early 80s in order to finance their escapades in Central America. Isn’t that racist? Shouldn’t the CIA be banned?

Let’s remember, of course, that it was the Disney company, a major US Corporation, that made Dumbo, not your average white guy. Shouldn’t Disney itself be banned? Shouldn’t they pay for their crimes of the past? If we are going to reach 30 years into the past on an individual and his actions, why doesn’t a corporation have to be subjected to the same scrutiny and punishment?

Who does this cancel culture really benefit? Is it really for the benefit of black folk in the inner city who are struggling? Or is it merely a distraction to shift attention away from the continuing immorality of the wealthy elite who continue to harm black folk within the inner city.

What the wealthy thug elite are saying is that if we change how black youth perceive themselves, their economic conditions will improve. Of course, it will. But it won’t improve if large corporations use cancel culture as a way to wash their hands of any ongoing criminality. Far more important than canceling Dumbo is the need for people within the black community in the inner city to have well-paying jobs.

That means that US corporations have to stop exploiting workers in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, something they so far have refused to do.

If I have to choose between having a well-paying job while tolerating large corporations portraying me in a questionably unfavorable light, and a low paying job or no job while large corporations don’t call me any names at all, I’ll choose the former. I need to eat. I need to survive. Plus, if I have money, I have power. I will be less likely to care about negative stereotypes in the past. I will view them as laughable and outdated. The difference between the two is that in the former situation, I have real power and control in my life. In the latter situation, I am helpless, embittered, and dependent upon other people to do things for me.

In a nutshell, US corporations are using cancel culture to distract Americans from their ongoing crimes against the American people. If you are focused on cancel culture, you are not focused on the foreign wars, the lack of decent health care for many Americans, the importation of drugs into the inner city, the exploitation abroad.

The enemy isn’t Dumbo. The enemy is our wealthy thug elite who control these large corporations.


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Lost Advice

Why don’t you the average American know the truth?

Have you ever wondered why?

There are plenty of people who can tell you how to manage any number of affairs in any area of endeavor.

Knowledgeable people are ready and willing to tell you how to get out of any problem that exists.

They’ve been out there all along.

So why don’t you know about them?

You don’t know about these people because of the clown culture we’ve created.

We’ve created a joke superstar culture that produces greedy, media obsessed carnival barkers, hucksters, show boaters and know nothings who muscle everyone out of their way in order to get to the megaphone.

The person who knows what’s going on is spending most of his time learning about his field or craft.

He doesn’t have the time, the skills, or the strength to fight these rude hucksters.

That knowledgeable man is being flattened and stampeded into obscurity.

I’m not sure precisely when this phenomenon began, but I do know that hosts like Sean Hannity enabled it.

Sean Hannity facilitated this joke culture when he hosted his All-American panel on his modestly named show Hannity.

On his All-American panel appeared football stars like Jay Feely and Lou Holtz. Those were Sean’s experts on world affairs.

Forget about professors who may have studied their entire lives about Iran, China or any other number of issues. Why would we want to consult those people when we have Lou Holtz and Jay Feely?

Sean Hannity helped end any type of reasonable, rational discourse on world affairs.

Of course, he wasn’t the only host to help the ignorant culture along.

There were plenty of other broadcasters who were more than willing to allow basketball coaches like Gregg Popovich to pontificate on race relations.

This is what passes for expertise in America today.

It is consistent with the infotainment model that Corporate America desires in order to maximize profits.

Coaches and celebrities get you higher ratings and therefore more advertising revenue.

It is this joke superstar culture that prompted the starstruck mayor of Minneapolis, Jacob Frey, to take a busy moment out of his day during the George Floyd riots to consult that noted sociologist and criminologist, Jay-Z.

I’m not joking.

This refusal to highlight true expertise is one of the reasons why America can’t correct itself.

You have a joke superstar culture created by Corporate America, fueled and spearheaded by Harvard University, that highlights joke expertise.

The people who know what to do, the people who have studied a particular area of endeavor their entire lives, simply aren’t listened to. They effectively don’t exist.

And if perchance they do find their way by luck on to main stream media, their advice is so different and startling to the low IQ, ratings-obsessed boob-hosts who exist there, that their advice is pooh-poohed, laughed at and derided.

Why is their advice so different and startling? Because they know what they’re talking about, because they offer solutions that are better than bandaids, and because they rarely get a chance to get on the air.

Let me give an example.

I listen to a lot of sports radio. I grew up in the Philadelphia area.

One day I was listening to sports radio in Philadelphia over the Internet. This was either Andy Reid’s last year or Chip Kelly’s first year.

The boob-host sportscaster was talking about the Eagles upcoming draft.

In Philadelphia there exists an aggressive symbiotic relationship between boob-hosts and boob-callers who reinforce each other’s ignorance.

The boob-hosts agree to spout their ignorant opinions, and the boob-callers agree to praise the boob-hosts when they call in. Anyone who doesn’t toe the line is derided and made fun of by the boob-host.

It is truly a reverberating circuit of ignorance. Every now and then, however, a real caller who knows something gets through.

This guy calls in, and I can tell over the radio that this is a guy who has played football his entire life at all levels. It’s obvious to me that he has played football, coached football, and is one of those guys who watches football to key in on offensive lineman to see if they hit or miss their blocking assignments. Confidence oozes out of his voice when he speaks.

He tells the boob-host that he and the other callers are looking in the wrong direction when it comes to who the Eagles should draft.

The boob-host immediately becomes perturbed and makes fun of the caller.

The caller responds by stating that the Eagles should be looking at this guy named Zach Ertz.

Clearly the boob-host has never heard of Zach Ertz, and so he starts to make fun of the caller.

After deriding the caller and ridiculing him, he boots him off the air while saying: “Yeah, right. Zach Ertz. Sure.”

Well, as it turns out, the caller knew what he was talking about.

So why don’t we get many callers like this?

Because our joke culture encourages and rewards boobs, hustlers, carnival barkers, and know nothings to muscle their way to the megaphone in order to say nothing.

And the crowd cheers.


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Dog and Pony Show

There is no difference between Tom Cotton and Chuck Schumer.

They are on the same team, and it’s not your team.

I don’t care what comes out of their mouth; they are not on your team.

I don’t care how pretty they talk; they are not on your team.

I don’t care if their media shills tell us how great they are; they are not on your team.

They are on the Harvard team. They are on the Ivy League team. They are on the elitist team.

They are both for foreign wars which makes their buddies a lot of money.

And they are both for an elitist oligarchy ruling over us in perpetuity.

The things that they fight over are minor issues such as transgender bathroom rights. On the big issues they are in total agreement. They use the social issues to divide us.

The social issues don’t even belong in the political realm. The social issues belong in the personal arena of battle.

Corporate America knows this and uses the social issues to divide us.

Neither of these Senators have done a damn thing for their respective constituents. What they have done is increase power for Corporate America.

They are on the same team, and it’s not your team.

As George Carlin said: It’s a big club and you ain’t in it.

Years ago there was this show on CNN called Crossfire. Pat Buchanan would be on the right and Tom Braden would be on the left. Michael Kinsley would substitute for Tom Braden. Michael Kinsley was a Harvard graduate.

He was also a flaming liberal. He probably still is.

I also used to watch Michael Kinsley on William F. Buckley‘s Firing Line.

William F. Buckley was a conservative.

It seemed to me that Michael Kinsley was being mentored by William F. Buckley.

At the time I said to myself: What is this nonsense?

It occurred to be then that politics was just a giant dog and pony show.

William F. Buckley was a Yale graduate, and as I’ve said Michael Kinsley was a Harvard graduate.

What’s the matter here? Couldn’t Kinsley find a liberal to hang out with? Couldn’t Buckley find a conservative to mentor?

Why are they hanging out? Don’t they believe in what they say?

Why would Buckley help out a younger Kinsley?

That really bothered me.

It bothers me today.

Did Chuck Bednarik hang out with Frank Gifford?

Did Jesus Christ hang out with Caesar?

I doubt it.

If you fundamentally believe that someone’s vision is wrong, why would you help them out?

Michael Reagan, the presidents son, must’ve noticed the same thing.

Many years ago he did a YouTube video in which he held his arms up like an A-frame.

He said in so many words: My right arm is the Democratic Party, my left arm is the Republican Party. They prop each other up.

That’s the way it is.

It’s a giant dog and pony show with them against you.

Do you remember Bill Clinton palling around with George Herbert Walker Bush many years ago?

I thought those guys were enemies.

Some enemies they were.

We were taken for a ride.

We’re chumps.

At the end of the day Tom Cotton and Chuck Schumer are going to be hanging out on Martha’s Vineyard drinking a Long Island.

What about you?

How does that Alpo taste?

Does it taste good?

Get used to it.


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See Ya

Let’s restrict advertising in the United States.

Why not?

Why should we have our minds polluted on a daily basis by messaging that comes from the likes of Edward Bernays?

Why should we have our minds subliminally influenced?

Isn’t that a violation of the fourth amendment which speaks of unreasonable search and seizure.

Yes, I understand that the amendments to the US constitution pertain to the government, but what if the government fails to regulate business properly? Isn’t it then the government that is behind the businesses who are invading our minds? Doesn’t the government give sanction to these immoral businesses and corporations who are influencing us?

Suppose the government slyly allows a business to influence us on its behalf and then fails to regulate that business.

Furthermore, isn’t uninvited advertising similar to cigarette smoke?

If we are going to ban cigarettes because uninvited smoke is malevolently influencing our lungs, why can’t we ban uninvited advertising that is infecting our minds?

What would be the ramifications of putting limits on advertising within mass media?

Google would go away. The profits of Google would evaporate.

The television networks would have to focus on quality for a change. No longer would they be able to rely on big corporations paying them big bucks to influence us to buy idiotic things and ideas we don’t need – like the Domino Theory, like the Pancaking Theory.

Big business would take a hit.

The government would take a hit. No longer would the government be able to persuade us so easily to fight useless foreign wars.

Lazy politicians who refuse to meet their constituents would take a hit.

Politicians would actually have to go out and meet people face-to-face.

Who would be the winners?

Well, the American people would be protected to a better extent from the relentless hucksters on television.

Americans would be not paying the sports tax where overly paid sports stars make hundreds of millions of dollars courtesy of big corporations who place a surcharge on their products in order to pay for network advertising.

Ditto regarding the fake superstars in the music and movie industries.

Without the huge money from advertising, the big networks and their big boy friends would not be so big anymore. This would allow small timers to compete with the big boys regarding the news. And we all know that the news is there to deliver the truth, a commodity in short supply these days when it comes to main stream media.

Consequently, Americans would receive better government. The polarization of wealth in America would reverse itself.

The McDonaldization of America would stop in its tracks. Regions would gain more individuality and salt.

Everything on the national stage would take a hit. The big banks would be not so big anymore. The large corporations would not be so large anymore.

The best thing about getting rid of advertising is that America the Empire would stop.

Ultimately, America would become a Republic again.

And that would be a good thing.

Say goodbye, Edward.


Archer Crosley

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