Where does this end?

Taxpayer $  –> TBTF $ –> campaign finance…

Where does this end?  They will own every milliliter of your blood, every angstrom of DNA.

They own the law.

Welcome to reality, Democrats.


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    • banger on January 22, 2010 at 14:07

    It’s inevitable. As I’ve said elsewhere the only alternative is to start our own corporations. I’ve said this for some time. We are entering the age of neo-feudalism and it was happening despite the ruling — this just makes it a little “cleaner” and more obvious. We forget that corporations already own the media and have a brilliant mind-control regime in place.  

  2. How did it end for modern history’s other prime examples of MIC dominated corporatocracies, Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy? Now imagine Hitler or Mussolini sitting on a huge stock pile of nukes. ~Shutter~

    IMO this all started in the 1950’s, after WWII and Korea, Ike saw it coming and warned us of the MIC. Instead of a quick bloody coup, the slow frog-in-the-boiling-water method was adopted. We were eased into it, and now that everything is in place, the cards are finally being laid on the table, for all to see. Of course this is just all my opinion, and it’s also my opinion that this is not just a U.S. problem, think globalization, it’s going to take a global effort to throw off the shackles. We’re all in this together and there’s no place to hide.

    The pols no longer need the hoi polloi, they’ll get everything they need from the corpos, it’s all just kabuki now. There’s only one thorn left in their side, and that’s the freedom expressed via the internet, but that’s next!

    Blowback will be unimaginable.  

  3. We’re just playing our terrestrial roles. I give all credit to our ancestors who managed to survive bottleneck after bottleneck in their unrelenting efforts to survive.

    This game we’re playing is way out of control right now.

    How will this era end? Will we make it to the next ice age? Who knows, but as far as the U.S. is concerned, the fact that Sarah Palin could have become Vice President will turn out to be far more significant that Obama actually becoming president.  

    Imagine, going from John Adams to Sarah Palin in just

    200 years. That about says it all.  

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