Systemic politics: Donkey dung and elephant manure

May 31st, 2012

The worst thing about the Democrat and Republican parties is that they exist. The best thing is, they really don’t have to (Anonymous) – Published on Intrepid Report, by Larry Pinkney, May 29, 2012.

…Despite the ongoing pathetic and scummy efforts on the part of the U.S. corporate-stream media to pass off mindless gossip, endless distractions, gross distortions, crucial omissions, and outright lies as being supposed ‘news and information,’ the enormous economic pain and austerity suffered by everyday Black, White, Brown, Red, and Yellow people will ultimately collide head-on with the fallacious systemic propaganda being massively fed to ordinary, everyday struggling people.  

The time is approaching in the United States, when a critical mass of people will correctly conclude that the Democrat and Republican parties, along with their propaganda arm—the corporate-stream media, are professional liars and are an intolerable and terrible blight upon the people of this nation, humankind collectively, and this precious planet—Mother Earth. Systemic politics is increasingly being exposed as the unmitigated fraud upon the people that it most assuredly is … //

… Unless a critical mass of everyday people in this nation recognizes and come to grips with the economic and political reality and act accordingly, the unraveling of the U.S. Empire will spell heretofore unknown misery for the masses of ordinary people, in the form of economic austerity and the blatant abrogation of civil, political, and human rights. The elite Wall Street banksters and other corporate barons, however, will continue to bask in the sunshine of the trillions of dollars that they have bloodsucked from the people of this nation and world.

The utilization of color and ethnic fears and disharmony in this nation is a well-honed tool that has long been effectively used by the ‘leadership’ of both the Democratic and Republican parties in order to distract, divide, manipulate, and control everyday people. This tool is still being effectively used by both Democrats and Republicans, their corporate-stream media, and their gatekeepers to distract, divide, manipulate, and control everyday people throughout this nation. Today however, this tactic is more subtle and has been tweaked and fine-tuned to ensure that ordinary people stay fixated on color or ethnic differences and/or fears, with a view towards keeping people mentally trapped on Democratic or Republican party political reservations, devoid of critical thought and analysis. Thus, the economic apartheid (i.e., austerity measures) being carried out by these very same corporate owned Democrats and Republicans against people of all colors is glossed over or missed entirely; which is precisely why this tactic has been so effective.

In this vein, the politicos of the Democratic and Republican parties, including Barack Obama, Mitt Romney, et al, must be viewed for what they actually are—political pimps of the people—nothing more and nothing less. They and their symbiotically joined Democratic and Republican parties are not leaders of the people—they are misleaders of the people. Pay attention to the everyday people, not their systemically designated so-called ‘leaders.’ It is everyday people who must collectively be and produce their own leaders, separate and apart, from this corrupt, filthy, and hypocritical corporate owned and controlled political system. Get off of the mental reservations/plantations. Do it NOW!

The time is here to relegate the Democratic Party dung and the Republican Party manure to the ignominious dustbin of history where they belong. We ordinary everyday people must bring about real systemic change—from the bottom up. This is, and will continue to be a long and protracted struggle, but it has already begun. Time is of the essence for ourselves, humankind collectively, and our precious Mother Earth.

Each one, reach one. Each one, teach one. Onward, then, my sisters and brothers Onward … (full text).


Video: Diplomat – American Policies are Dictated by Amazing Ignorance, 12.22 min, on Global Research TV grtv: The US corporate superstructure conglomerate – including financial interests, the defense industry, oil companies and the media – brazenly manipulate American society, shares Peter Dale Scott, former diplomat, poet and prominent anti-war advocate …

News-Links on Intrepid Report, by Bev Conover, May 29, 2012.

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