The news media will once again claim that protests and marches will not be organized because there will be so many different issues presented. They think in a frame of mind where you can only deal with one issue at a time, but issues are only symptoms, poison flecks thrown into the media that divide the people.
Here is a list of issues that may be part of the movement.
"A staffer for one of the other campaigns who was also on the call described the exchange to Yahoo News as “heated” and even “bizarre,” and a second source on the call confirmed the nature of the exchange."
"But Sanders' team forcefully opposed any changes – and, to the amazement of the network and the other Democrats who decried his tone-deafness, crowed publicly about limiting the foreign policy component..."
But Sanders’s aide, the report said, still objected, and “he got very hot and there was like a five- or seven-minute back and forth and he just wouldn’t let it go,” the campaign source told Yahoo News.
The search results can tell the rest of the story.
The Paris Attacks started at 9:20 PM Friday according to CNN, which would be 4:20 PM Eastern U.S. time according to CNN. According to Yahoo, the conference call was on Saturday Morning. If the conference call took place in Iowa that would make sense.
I need to get my time zones figured out:
The entire mass media jumped on this bandwagon. What kind of story is this? It seems like a swarm of Piranhas to a single drop of blood that may or may not even exist.
It's obvious how complicit most of the media is against Bernie Sanders, how likely would something like this be a complete fabrication?
This article seems to suggest that being against racism on campus is being "politically correct," and you'll never guess who is "warning Americans about the dangers of political correctness."
The Main-Stream media continues to insist that Bernie is not the overwhelming favorite among the unwashed masses.
What is interesting about these stories is that both Alternet and Trutdig made it onto the top tier of my Google News alert.
The truly weird article on the list is from the Christian Post, The author not only seems to try and conflate the Million Student March with the University of Missouri anti-racism protests which have nothing to do with each-other, but also injects Ben Carson's warning about political correctness on campus into the article, which seems to suggest that being against racism is being politically correct.
In the larger scheme of things, when we think about what might have happened if Nixon and Khrushchev didn't square off and threaten each other or brag about which ideology would be successful, but instead plotted out zones and allowed each-other's social experiments to carry on without interference from each-other, What might the world be like today?
Cuba of course was the exception. It was ruled by a brutal dictator. Fidel Castro made his case in the U.S. and he was ignored, so what choice did he have?
The world today is made up of a population that has been trained to accept the rules of borders. Somalia relied heavily on its supply of fish for sustenance, but the Chinese with their huge industrial fishing methods nearly completely depleted Somalia's food supply, they had little choice but to turn to piracy for survival. We just went in and blasted them for being pirates. Nice job.
Now the Chinese are building islands in the South China sea in disputed territories. Other nations fear the same fate as Somalia. If China can operate with impunity in the territorial waters of smaller nations with little or no recourse, then there is a problem with the idea of having borders in the first place.
If China some how was given responsibility over the entire South China Sea and its inhabitants, they would need to consider the economic consequences of their actions. Likewise, if Russia really wanted to retake all of the former Soviet territories, maybe they should so they would have some real responsibility.
In reality, resources are grabbed by a few oligarchs for their own enrichment. There are not many of them, so they can be easily found. You must understand that countries, nations, borders, and governments are just distractions from the real problem: A few greedy people.
Here is why the reporters are NOT looking into Obama's sealed records.
Well, this pretty much wraps up Ben Carson. He's resorted to repeating old right-wing false rumors from Barack Obama's campaign days.
He was caught being ambiguous but not untruthful on numerous occasions, which the media exploits by making false inferences, then turning the false inferences into false statements.
I call such activity on the part of the news media "Inference Opportunities." It may be an underhanded gimmick, but it does raise questions about Ben Carson's ability to communicate with other world leaders as President.
Opponents use the same arguments that are the consequences of alcohol abuse.
The slumbering behemoth has awoken in Ohio over the issue of legalizing Cannabis.
In the first link, I found what seems to be a possible saboteur of the effort to legalize Cannabis in Ohio, but as I explored more of the sources I found something that demonstrates clearly just how much control is exerted over the so-called "free market" by the billionaires who, it seems, are now attempting to gain monopolistic control over Cannabis.
The main-stream media wrote off the defeat in Ohio as some sort of moral decision on the part of the public for the same excuses that were used to keep alcohol illegal during Prohibition.
The evidence is clear that Colorado and Washington were expected to fail in their experimental legalization, but the results have garnered the attention of billionaire oligarchs would would like nothing better than to take complete control of the Cannabis industry.
So who are the real enemies of the freedom for anyone to grow Pot? This war has many fronts: The supposed moral front who don't seem to mind alcohol which is worse than Pot but still fear Pot; the drug companies who see it as competition; the Law Enforcement Industrial Complex that sees Pot as an easy way to make money through fines, forfeitures and incarceration; and the Plutocrat billionaires who want complete control over cannabis but also want to freely distribute it without consequences.
They tried racism, now they're trying sexism? You can read about all the details in the links.
There comes a point in time where a candidate's message is so simple, so clear and concise, that it becomes the sharpest sword on the field of battle, and can never be dulled by any ambiguity of position,
Bernie Sanders has made up my mind. Unless someone new steps in, or something truly dark from Bernie's past rears its ugly head, there really is no reason for me to follow presidential politics anymore.
The important work lies ahead. As voters we must find a Congress that will work with Bernie.
We must look into our own states and our own congressional districts to find Representatives and Senators who have the courage to endorse Bernie Sanders.
Please use the following resources to find your Legislators: