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Here are worthwhile speech videos given us by the (sadly now much crushed it seems to me) People’s Party that participated in this rally in Washington D.C.
And, yes, most of us Americans would have overly long trips (days typically) to get there for participation; and most of us are too overworked and life-unstable for such participation, yet. But we must learn to stand up together, and not only in Washington D.C., but make it everywhere across our entire country. Anyway, here are the speeches worth hearing (once again my evaluations: *** = best, ** = better, * = good):
1. Great Speech by Jill Stein ***
Jill Stein speaks at Rage Against the War Machine ~ People’s Podcast (Feb 20, 2023)
Summary: especially media war plus various other important issues this week (incl. Worker Co-Ops, Julian Assange, bribing Biden, capitalism, empire, police, corrupt rich…)
Stars and channels: Chris Hedges On Contact, acTVism Munich, Glenn Greenwald, The Jimmy Dore Show, Democracy At Work (Richard Wolff), Second Thought, The Real News Network, The Rational National, CCCSpringfield, …
Worker Co-Ops: Cool Interview by Chris Hedges **
Fabrication of Evidence against Julian Assange (and all of us) *
How the Julian Assange Case Makes the U.S. Look to the World *
Incredible Fox News Report on Julian Assange’s Persecution and Trampled 1st Amendment
“Legally” Bribing Biden via Painting Buys?
Media War: Highhandedly Fabrication-Slandering Good Folks as Russian Servants
Inflation plus Unemployment Benefits Cuts
Capitalism’s Fake Efficiency
Empire: Embargoes etc. to make Allegedly Malfunctioning Countries Malfunctioning
Police: Mafia-Like Robbing People
More Info on Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency
Corruption of the Rich and a Single Christian Pastor
If you lack time to discover many top level meaningful videos about major events, problems, and solutions, here is a weekly share for you to check and share onward. Major issues this time: corrupt government and economy, twin-party tyranny now fought by a people’s party, homelessness for profit and fighting against it, plus more about affordable home-building.
Stars and channels: thejuicemedia, Second Thought, The Jimmy Dore Show, Richard Wolff (Democracy At Work), Lee Camp (Redacted Tonight), Kyle Kulinski (Secular Talk), Chris Hedges & Richard Wolff (On Contact), Jesse Ventura and Brigida Santos (The World According to Jesse), Dr. Peter Kalmus, Eynelys Garcia, Chris Smalls, Nick Brana (Movement for a People’s Party), Second Thought, Bushradical, The Outsider, Jack of All Master of None, Kristina Smallhorn, MINDS EYE DESIGN, Kirsten Dirksen (Aug 3, 2015), FLORB (Feb 13, 2017)
Honest Government Ad: The Recession
America’s Corporate Twin-Party Tyranny now Opposed by a People’s Party
Good Candidate for U.S. Senate with Ranked Choice Voting in Maine
Daniel Ellsberg on Julian ASSANGE (Torturing an Exposer of Government Crimes, Spy Act Contra 1st Amendment)
Economic Update: COVID Profit Tax, Taxing the Rich, Critique of Capitalism by Podcaster Mexie
Making People Homeless for Profit
Rule of Anti-Law Country
The “Felony” of Getting Healthcare
The Casino Stock Market at Our Costs During a Huge Crisis (Hedges & Wolff talk)
Jesse Ventura on Justice, Constitution, Honesty, Truth, and Addictive Technology
Our Party Politics: A Reality TV Game Show
Freedom Killed by Capitalism
People’s Party Headed to Overcome the Twin-Party Tyranny
Politically Addressing Homelessness
Wood Log Cabin (2 acres & 12×12’ Cabin with Outhouse in Alaska for $8000)
No Real Home, But Interestingly Fast Building Method (“Single Day”)
Large Cabin Built with $7,000
Detailed Explanations by One Company
More Approached by more Companies
Cheap Underground Houses with Windows & Porches
Tiny Earth Ship for less than $10,000
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Imagine getting a 30-year prison sentence for having suffered a miscarriage. That’s what we get when authoritarians (esp. right-wingers, particularly the “religious” right) with a totally warped sense of justice rig the law and government to invade people’s lives and privacy, and to rip away their sovereignty in order to force their warped moral code on them. Cases like these are not just about women’s rights but what government and our laws should stand for in an enlightened civilization:
(Note: If the video linked above gets deleted, you may search the Internet for Thom Hartmann and the title: “Kavanaugh Screams at the Left & Democrats to Prove He is Qualified Bipartisan and Impartial”)
Imagine a state where criminal investigations and trials are sloppy, the involved state actors exclude exonerating evidence to cover up their callously careless treatment of people’s lives and resulting false convictions and executions of innocents, and where the decision to kill people is based on the expiration date on state-purchased chemicals. That’s Arkansas. If you have never looked more closely into the issue of death penalty, this article written by a former death roll prisoner of Arkansas – who got out by signing a promise never to sue the state for robbing him of 18 years of his life – may open your eyes. The monsters in this case are not the prisoners on death roll, but the corrupt goons in high office (a situation that should perhaps feel familiar by now if you live anywhere in America).
A little over a week ago, Trump issued the “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” Executive Order, banning nationals from Syria, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and Libya from entering the United States. Some people think this action necessary to ensure the safety and protection of American citizens, others feel it is discriminatory, unconstitutional, or even counter-productive. Some supporters have been thumping the Constitution and others raising the specter of Islamist terrorism. In part, I can agree (I definitely want us to do more for our safety), but I feel that some people are making this issue too simple for themselves: Continue reading “Trumpling People — Trump’s Ill-Conceived Travel Ban”→
(Note: if the video linked above gets deleted, you may search the Internet for the title: “Immigrant America: The High Cost of Deporting Parents”)
This is what the casualties of political expediency look like. Using demagogy, politicians get themselves elected into their cushy jobs where they get rich quick from bribes. Moronic ICE agents act like they have no brains at all, wreaking havoc in our society just to meet their insane quota. Families are torn apart, valuable community members torn away, lives long in the building destroyed. We taxpayers get to pay BILLIONS every year for our jacked-up deportation rate (for example $5 billion in 2010) in direct deportation costs alone (some $12,500 per deported person) and easily 5 times more in mopping up the aftermath through welfare, housing assistance, and Medicaid paid to formerly self-sufficient working families whose bread-winners have been deported. An estimated 150,000 children with citizenship lose a parent to deportation each year. How damaged will they grow up? Damage is done not only to the deported but also to their families and communities. Continue reading “Immigrant Nation — The High Cost of Deporting Parents from America”→
Maybe you just heard? Obama finally acceded to so many of us pleading and finally commuted the whopping 35 year sentence (more than most murderers and rapists get) of Chelsea Manning, one of our nation’s greatest whistleblowers. Manning is the one who allowed us to learn of the mistreatment of unlawfully detained people and the callous murdering of civilians (including reporters and good Samaritans) which parts of our military committed in Irak and elsewhere. These are things we should know about, shouldn’t we?Continue reading “Breaking News: Manning, Snowden, Assange, and Obama”→
To many people, whistleblowers are heroes who alert us to wrongdoings in high places where all too often a lack of accountability reigns.
The probably most well known case is that of Edward Snowden who gave up a beautiful life in Hawaii to serve his country and his people by letting us know that the NSA was unconstitutionally spying on us all, and who has had to take refuge in Russia of all places — the heartland of the former Soviet Union which the big shots and press in the West always condemned for spying on its citizens and retaliating against whistleblowers and having no constitutional protections for its citizens!