Sunday, August 23, 2009

The American government -- which we once called our government -- has been taken over by Wall Street, the mega-corporations and the super-rich.

They are the ones who decide our fate.
It is this group of powerful elites, the people President Franklin D. Roosevelt called "economic royalists," who choose our elected officials -- indeed, our very form of government.

Both Democrats and Republicans dance to the tune of their corporate masters.

In America, corporations do not control the government. In America, corporations are the government

This was never more obvious than with the Wall Street bailout, whereby the very corporations that caused the collapse of our economy were rewarded with taxpayer dollars.

So arrogant, so smug were they that, without a moment's hesitation, they took our money -- yours and mine -- to pay their executives multimillion-dollar bonuses, something they continue doing to this very day.

They have no shame.

They don't care what you and I think about them.

Henry Kissinger refers to us as "useless eaters."

~let's vote third parties ... anybody but establishment ...
and 9/11 is a controlled demolition

-excellent article !! :]

my comment:
Mr. Larry!

Excellent post! Let's set a date - ok !

Now what to do ...

1. Set up your website, organize community. I can do this for you too.
2. Apart from one day strike, lets organize -

A. Do not bank at the biggest bailout mega bonus fraud banks!
Do you, Larry? .. Where is your money? Put it in small, regional, independent American banks. Everybody, let's do this.

B.Let's vote third party. Ron Paul, or others.

C. Let's not buy from bailed out companies - GM, for example, until they become proAmerican.

D. Let's force our government to invest, to support America.

E. Let's pass Universal Healthcare single payer public private system. The least expensive.

F. How is your position on 9/11 Controlled demolition? - - http://911 m -

The digg link at the top of this article is not working ....

Petr Buben

Larry Flynt: Common Sense 2009
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