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Summary: Lots of good videos found this week (most from the last 9 days). So many that I put some aside for the next weekend. Main issues this time: corrupted society, corrupt R & D Parties, destructive economy, and censorship of media and online sources.
Stars and channels: Democracy At Work (Richard Wolff, Harriet Fraad), The Jimmy Dore Show, Moment Of Clarity with Lee Camp
Misery Caused by Corrupted Society Not Mental Illness **
We Want Non-Rep-Non-“Dem” Candidates
Country Bankruptcies Serving the Money Lords
Our World’s Power & Wealth Gift to the Money Lords
More Propaganda & Censorship Work by our Government Lords
The Commission on Presidential Debates which runs our debates is itself run by the two major parties.
All other parties and candidates are excluded from the debates. The importance of this cannot be overstated! Jesse Ventura won his race for governor ONLY because he was admitted to its debate. Before that debate he was polling only a few percent. People need to see and hear their candidates!
The questions are secretly given to the establishment’s candidate beforehand. (at least with Hillary Clinton in 2016 we learned about it)
This also means, the questions don’t actually come from concerned citizens. They are scripted and staged by the establishment which runs the whole show.
Conclusion: We the people must organize our own debates or hope and go for debates or in depth interviews organized on the side like they eventually were this year (2016) in response to the raised public interest by Democracy Now, RT America, TYT, and PBS’ Tavis Smiley. (these links are pointing to the actual debates and interviews)
(Note: If the video linked to here gets deleted, you may search for its title: “Woman whose question was leaked wants Clinton disqualified”)
The term was originally used to label Fridays when historic calamities occurred, such as the market crashes of 1869 and 1873. In some countries it still is. How, in America, “Black Friday” became to refer to a big shopping day after Thanksgiving makes me chuckle. Continue reading “Funny: Why Do We Call It Black Friday?”→