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polarbear4

thanks, humphrey. I know I’ve been out of the loop, but it’s amazing to me how they don’t show these protests. it truly is propaganda and that is terrifying. like the yellow vests. has pbs had anything?

this is how well-meaning, decent people form opinions supporting fascists.

polarbear4

a not too distant neighbor.

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I feel like I failed my country somehow. How could we not stop this takeover of the media? The takeover of the government by the neoliberals and the corpses?

orlbucfan

pb4, how can you say that? Seriously, neither you nor I and the rest of the krewe in the TPW nest have failed our country. What saddens me is it’s just the same old, same old pattern. Fundamental extremism, excessive greed, dumbing down, propaganda claiming the same old crap about wanting to learn being a vice. It’s a flaw in homo sapiens. It always claws its way to the top, and we on here know the results. T and R, humphrey!!

wi61

Most our Politician’s failed our country due to the influence of greed, power. In my opinion Bernie’s trying to do a peaceful revolution to get us back on track otherwise JFK’s quote will be the alternative; “Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.”

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