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Bernie Was Better Than Biden

Posted in Critical Commentary of Civilization, Legal / Laws, news, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 8, 2020 by Drogo

Bernie Drops Out of Presidential Race 2020

So this leaves many of us wondering why during a crisis where Sanders policies (UHC, GND, & taxing billionaires) would be perfect (if combined with Yang’s UBI & Tulsi’s questioning the MIC), would the DNC want to serve their corporate donors without question with their chosen representative of elders with dementia (Biden)? Trump may benefit corporations on both sides so much, the DNC wants Trump another term because that is what their corporate donors want, idk. either that or they are idiots, i guess this is how most people allow fascism to happen. i still prefer our commercial brand to Nazi nationalism, but the ease that people want martial law over covid adds to my concerns that pollution will get worse with less protest, since Trump removed all EPA restrictions indefinitely. The one legal victory in months has been a federal judge wanting the Dakota Pipeline scandal investigated. Once again the only time we get some of our tax money paid back to us directly is under a Republican president; which I consider a bribe against public protests for all their terrible crimes. Im confused on the election and covid, regarding what others are thinking; but luckily my life is the same so i can keep working on my projects. Sometimes opponents are paid to lose in one way or another, made easier if they both get along enough to agree to the same system of rigged rules. if i am sad and mad, it has not helped that i need to pay 4,000 in car repairs; without a living wage as usual. – Drogo

BERNIE BEATS TRUMP!

Posted in Commercial Corporations, Ethics & Morals, news, Politics, SCOD Online School, Sustainability, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 18, 2020 by Drogo

The reasons why Bernie is the only viable candidate to beat Trump, are the reasons why corporations hate Bernie the most. 

Bernie Sanders beats Trump (if Bernie were allowed to run by the DNC and the electoral college and supreme courts did not over-ride popular votes). This thesis statement is based on my ‘SCOD Politics 101’ class I have been teaching for free by sharing my research work since 2016. When Trump won I seriously began studying political-economic history and theory. So to explain my statement to those who have not been attending class because they have been busy with work and watching corporate media, I will discuss my class content and grading policy briefly.

Recent years have been a class on politics 101 for in depth reporting on the DNC by youtube progressive journalists (because the corporate media never did it). I do not mind trying to teach it as a free scod course, because it is exciting to me that more information is available, despite the New Red Scare. If you still believe that the DNC cares about beating Trump with a candidate who will reduce war, pollution, and corruption you are not paying attention and comments that support corporate candidates will get an F. Corporate candidates who are like Trump in greed but are more polite fail, because they cannot beat Trump and offer no significant change. Would most people be a better president than Trump? Yes, but the DNC is paid about the same as republicans by corporations to not resist substantially, because they are complicit with war crimes and national and planetary theft. I was giving out D’s for those not caught up about the depth of DNC corruption for the last decade, but now those who turn in late papers with no references to corporate rigging will get Fs. Does this mean that we need to reform our 2-party system with mass popular movements to change the power structures? Yes, voting for the lesser of 2 evils has almost no effect on Climate Change, pollution, corruption, or wars. Corporations prefer Trump over every other candidate, and most importantly Bernie Sanders (who happens to be the only one who can beat Trump if allowed to run against him, and if the popular vote was allowed to count). Our secret agencies and military intelligence have a much larger budget and more control over our system than Russia (see New Red Scare).

Our Pentagon is aware that Climate Change is real and they include it in their operational priorities. However they will continue to wage endless war for corporations who fund them. This is one of the main problems of our current global empire, with bases in other countries and a larger budget than all of them combined. To get a good grade in ‘SCOD Politics 101’, one needs to directly address the existential corporate threats to democracy, our environment, and the history of civilization with substantial critique. Apathetic or defensive apologies for corporate corruption no longer allow for a passing grade in the basics of American politics, because it is not objective or scholarly to deny planetary science regarding our environment. For those attending and doing their own homework too, thank you and keep up the good work!!

Facebook Audio Recording of this Essay [goes into more detail]

Shop as usual Putin puppets! (joke based on the false narrative of the New Red Scare)

 

Trumpster Fire – AMM Rap

Posted in Poems, Rhymes, Riddles, Song Lyrics & Analysis, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on February 4, 2020 by Drogo

written by AMM for their Album ‘Trouble Fer Trumpets’

Trumpster Fire – rap

Welcome to the Land of Trump

Ronald MacDonald took a dump

Joker is wild, a petulant child

Racists want poor against poor,

Idiots ferget we done did that before!

Fighting the rich will be the next war!

Trouble for Trumpets, Grumbling grumpets

Gummi Bears writing in blackberry ink,

In the Land of Trump we all stink.

Bernie Sanders Populism

Posted in jobs, news, Politics, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 25, 2019 by Drogo

There are reasons why Bernie Sanders is the most popular politician in America, and has been supported consistently for years. There are reasons why Trump almost got as many votes as Hillary Clinton. Just like in the Bible, one of these populist prophets for change is real, and the other is false. The way to distinguish them is their record; in other words what they actually do. Sometimes when Trump actually does some good things he said he would do, it is more by accident of self-interest rather than ideology. For example when Trump started to reduce the Cold War with North Korea, it seemed more to be about how he related to another boss who he was sympathetic to; rather than actually wanting peace over profit. Regardless both Sanders and Trump are smeared when they do things that hurt corporate profit, as part of the New Red Scare.

The Sanders and Trump debate will be the best debate in a century (if corporations cannot stop the population from making it happen). Sanders and Trump are well matched verbally, and clearly it would be like ‘Good Cop vs Bad Cop’; both representing the authority of the Federal State, but one wants to give to you and the other wants to take from you. Neither will be reducing taxes on the poor, or give us a UBI, which is sad; but there are plenty of other things to talk about regarding why they are popular and what they actually do offer.

1 in 10 Bernie Sander’s primary voters, voted for Trump because they hated Hillary Clinton. 12 percent of people who voted for Bernie Sanders, in the 2016 Democratic presidential primaries voted for President Trump in the general election. That bi-party appeal that Bernie has, is less due to foreign interests (despite the New Red Scare) and more to do with popular working class issues. The New Cold War that Trump has declared with the revival of nuclear tensions, clearly shows how misguided New Red Scare (Russia-gate) conspiracy theorists or Trump voters were. Bernie has a better chance of winning this time, and that scares corporate centrists on both sides of the 2-party MIC.

Blue-collar working class states voted for Bernie (Michigan and every county in WV) according to the results of the 2016 presidential primary. While this shows how fickle people can be, it means 2 things regarding the election. Voters can be tricked into voting against their own self-interests, sure; but more importantly the evidence shows Republican voters will flip more for Bernie than anyone the DNC or corporate media suggests. Populism trumps party labels.

 

 

 

 

 

Trumpism: Symptoms of Corporate Crisis

Posted in Artificial Chemical Products, Climate Change, Critical Commentary of Civilization, Ethics & Morals, Legal / Laws, news, Sustainability, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 25, 2019 by Drogo

Trump is a symptom of a larger crony corporate problem.

Sanders earns votes from workers because he gets the problems.

This economy really sucks, and has gotten worse every year since the 1990s for most people as far as cost of living and flow of lower and middle class income goes. The unemployment rate does not account for the larger numbers of people under-employed, unemployed and do not get unemployment benefits, and those not included in those other categories in Federal Records, so the real number of people in America who cannot pay their bills is much higher than is officially recognized.

Global Warming means mass murder. People need to know that industries who fuel Global Climate Change are committing mass murder, due to the political and environmental destabilizing that happens in extreme conditions on all levels of civilization, into the future for as long as the artificially caused imbalance happens. Overall global temperatures rise, climate pattern become more erratic, polar ice melts, sea levels rise, coasts go under water, political migrant crises and harder working conditions for outside labor cause economic and social civil wars, and the problems compound over decades and generations (see Bill Nye or scientists who can speak to non-scientists about it, if you don’t like Al Gore).

 

How does Trump compare to other presidents? Who else dismantled safety regulations and protection studies for the environment and all products (cutting EPA, USDA, NASA, NOAA, NPS, Dept of Education)?? Trump publicly sides with Nazis against Peace Activists which makes him worse than most modern presidents, and possibly Nixon considering Nixon gave in and created the EPA from public pressure to try to control pollution. Trump is an inside trader, con man who has committed fraud multiple times on large scales, profiting from being president in violation of the emoluments clause of the constitution, and then there are his cases of rape and pedophilia that are on official court record by the victims. People accuse Hillary of murder based on a theory I looked into, but it did not seem worse than what Trump may have done (Epstein) as he is clearly capable and has incited violence at his rallies and in tweets, and there is senate testimony that he threatens people mafia style in his regular business deals. Oh yeah he signed the Dakota Pipeline into effect as soon as he got in office, despite the victory of Standing Rock, and promotes continuing global warming, which means mass murder due to worsening conditions combined with race wars he promotes (Border Concentration Camps & Wall & Ice Raids).

Trumpism is not just about Trump, he is just the chump puppet face of corporate corruption for a world wide phenomenon of nationalist unrest and economic inequality. Other countries already had nationalist reactionary problems, and now have their own versions of Trump, emboldened by his words and actions. Fascism is in power and on the rise in more and more other nations. Italy, Greece, England (Brexit), Spain, China, Hong Kong, Central and South America… all have conservative nationalist movements that want to use violence on minorities and migrants (bigotry) as red herrings for systemic problems that have other causes. Even countries like Mexico and Canada have neo-liberal corporate politicians that want to cut down more forests and keep polluting (more oil pipe-lines) for Capitalism, although they do not want to use violence as much as neo-conservatives. Therefore it is clear that grassroots democracy and Green New Deals are the only way ahead for progressive humanists, regardless of party politics.

[ AUDIO Recording of this Essay ]

Donald Trump’s Crimes

Posted in Ethics & Morals, Legal / Laws, news, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on July 20, 2019 by Drogo

Donald Trump is guilty of many crimes according to many sources. The proven and provable crimes are so numerous, that it will take some time to compile them all here. The common people should decide for themselves which are the worst, and what kind of punishments are necessary.  Is raping children worse than being the grandson of an illegal alien?? You decide (as long as you are not an oligarch, in which case we assume you will give him a free pass). Why is it not ok to support torture and wars of terror? Because it ruins the lives of the mostly innocent majority, while the most guilty few profit from it. War profiteering is a huge crime against humanity.

We having been living under Fascist leadership at the highest level since Trump took office, and the support that put him there existed before. When I contemplate the truth of how corporate money dictates how our national resources are spent, I sympathize with Italians who lived under Mussolini who might have hated him, but were all too scared to be seen as traitors to whistle-blow on the regime. Shame on cowards who put loyalty to corrupt politicians above the people of the nation.

1.  Donald Trump is the grandson of an illegal alien, and therefore illegal by his own standards.

Donald’s grandpa Frederick snuck over to America, made money as a pimp, and tried to go back home. Germany did not want the Trump family back though, and denied his citizenship. “In 1885, at age 16, Frederick Trump emigrated via Bremen, Germany, to the United States… As he did not yet serve the mandatory military duty of two years in the Kingdom of Bavaria, this emigration was illegal. Later he moved back to Europe. Soon after the family arrived in Germany, Bavarian authorities determined that Trump had emigrated from Germany to avoid his military-service obligations, and he was classified as a draft dodger. On 24 December 1904 the Department of Interior announced an investigation to expel Trump from Germany. Officially, they found that he had violated the Resolution of the Royal Ministry of the Interior number 9916, an 1886 law that punished emigration to North America to avoid military service with the loss of German citizenship. In February 1905, a royal decree was issued ordering Trump to leave within eight weeks due to having emigrated to evade military service and failing to register his departure with the authorities. For several months, Trump petitioned the government to allow him to stay but he was unsuccessful. During periods of war and anti-German discrimination in the United States, Trump’s son Fred later denied his German heritage, claiming his father had been a Swede from Karlstad, Sweden. This version was repeated by Fred’s son Donald in his 1987 autobiography.” – wikipedia about Trump’s grandfather

2.  Trump has apparently raped children and adults. Numerous court cases provide the damning evidence, too disgusting to get into here.

“According to legal documents, Trump has been accused of raping a 13-year-old child, raping his ex-wife, and attempting to rape a former business associate. He vehemently denies all of these accusations…. That being said, the accusations are chilling.” – Splinternews

The accounts of child rape are numerous, and in part due to his relations with Epstein and other rich pimps. The first hand accounts from the victims are sad, but have been recorded on audio and video.

3.  War profiteering. The Saudi deal for arms, and other deals he made benefit his businesses hugely; as well as alleged kick-backs. Starting and continuing wars is good for his partners in the MIC. Celebrating the 4th of July by using the NPS budget to show off military power that can be used on Iran, North Korea, Syria, or US citizens.

4.  Violating the Emoluments Clause of the US Constitution – day one of his presidency, Trump refused to separate his businesses from his political office, so the legal officer in charge resigned.

5.  Embezzlement of campaign funds

6.  Disturbing the Peace – his tweets assault the public with lies and abuse

7.  Inciting Riots – multiple times at his rallies he uses racist bigotry to stir up anger and cause sub-cultures like the Proud Boys, KKK, and others to attack liberal citizens.

more will be listed ….

Fascism according to the founders of it, was corporate rule of a government, to benefit the leaders of corporations who are the rightful plutocrats. “Fascism (/ˈfæʃɪzəm/) is a form of radical right-wing, authoritarian ultranationalism[1][2] characterized by dictatorial power, forcible suppression of opposition and strong regimentation of society and of the economy” “Fascists believe that liberal democracy is obsolete and regard the complete mobilization of society under a totalitarian one-party state as necessary to prepare a nation for armed conflict and to respond effectively to economic difficulties.” – wikipedia

My definition in this post-modern period is much like that of Neo-Nazis, it has evolved to fit the new leaders who may or may not want to use the titles depending on who they are around. KKK members often say they are not racist in public for example, so it is interesting how people define themselves.

Those that oppose impeachment forgot how valuable it was to go through the process with Nixon. Some do not want impeachment because they fear Pence more, but that seems similar to the ‘lesser of two evils’ argument for never voting for anyone but the two corporate parties (perhaps not as bad since we dont have a choice about his VP). I cannot imagine Pence winning a Presidential election so he would not last long though. Also saying that another tyrant will take their place, is not a good reason for allowing tyranny in your own country.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Environmental Populism

Posted in Economics, Ethics & Morals, Military, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 5, 2019 by Drogo

Green Populism and Socialism in Politics

For Victorian pre-world-war historic context (1800s) please study the rise of Capitalism, Marxism, and the writings of Charles Dickens to understand the reactions to industrial pollution and corruption. Real conversation about terms like ‘socialism’ and ‘environmental’ are way over-due in our corporate media world, and they are scared the truth will affect their cold war industry. The truth is while military corporations benefit from new ‘Berlin Walls’ both physical and psychological to feed the war machine selling arms to all sides, the truth will also come out if Sanders is allowed to debate Trump, and they know that. The only way corporations will allow a debate involving a real progressive populist (not fake like Trump) is if the people push them to do it. it is true that the old generation of corporatists will use the term socialist that Bernie embraces, and communism against him, but for those of us that see through it we want to come out of the closet and fight. when working people can actually understand the terms and know who fights for them, i think that will be the change.

The best leaders reflect popular causes for peace and populations as a whole. Gandhi, MLK, Sanders,,, I voted for Jill Stein as a politician reflection environmental protesters. The main environmentalists in politics currently are Democratic Socialists (Social Democrats*) like Sanders, Gabbard, and AOC, they have taken up the Green Party progressive mantle with the Green New Deal and are serious because they fight the MIC corporate cronies. Personal habits which are part of micro-trends do affect systemic change when they reach critical popular mass and directly affect the laws we make the way we conduct business; but it is not just bottom up, because top down also happens like how federal laws arrest people for pot; so more people catch on to something popular when it is also legally supported, like recycling for example. The more government supports recycling, the more people would do it and the more businesses would help people to do it.

One of the hardest things is to explain main-stream corporate and popular propaganda to people who have a million other things to do; but that should be the job of an ‘honest politician’ (a term considered an oxymoron). People should actually know what cultural terms are affecting the World, like ‘progress’, and how their own lives are affected by who they allow to be in charge, either by their activism or by their apathy.

*[see Kyle Kulinski’s Secular Talk shows where he explains the history of the terms Democratic Socialist vs Social Democrat]

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What most conventional corporate party members do not understand about new Progressive Populism, is that it includes people on both the left and the right; thus Trump’s lies resonated, and they said they would have voted for Sanders but not Hillary. Progressive populists are for the Green New Deal and Universal Health Care and against the elites of the DNC and RNC. Some Populists are more conservative, but they want jobs and health care so they will vote for the candidate that convinces them they will give them security. Economist Mark Blyth contributed to a conference where experts in several fields unanimously concluded that our political paradigm will shift left and right, back and forth, but increasingly more towards Progressive Populism (AOC Green New Deal) where if successful it will lock into a new political structure.