Trickle Down?

Someone just stated economics was trickle down, otherwise it’s not economics. Well my head almost exploded.

Here’s my response:
I’m flabbergasted at the lack of knowledge here. You really need to research. Economies are supposed to economize, meaning use resources wisely, being frugal. This is the exact opposite of capitalism which is an anti-economy. Capitalism is a particular form that has particular structures. It has division of owners over labor, meaning labor are subordinates, or what honestly means slaves, wage slaves. All the great thinkers of the enlightenment period, even the capitalist Adam Smith understood that, his words, capitalism would only be possible under perfect liberty. Well, that pretty much seals it’s doom as a sane system. Monopoly, massive wealth disparity are all the natural outcomes of capitalism, and yes, in a sense trickle down, meaning once these oligarchs acquire their massive wealth, a few crumbs trickle down to the population, only they don’t stop, they want the crumbs also.

Let me make an obvious point to try and break you of your indoctrination. King is to peasant what owner is to laborer. That’s oppression. But if we get smart and get on board with the anarchist horizontal run worker cooperative, where everyone in the business is an owner with an equal vote, we get a much more fair equitable system. We work our way out of the king and peasant type of relationship. It’s much more wise for a host of reasons. and that’s just one problem with the capitalist model.

The bottom line means you get the worst product for the worst service and the lowest wage to create it. That’s a race to the bottom. The illusion is you get the best product. That doesn’t even exist because technology surpassed capitalism in the 1930’s so the industrialist’s, instead of heading toward a new system, chose to create planned obsolescence so they could stay on top of the food chain and control the population. This is a sheer fact you need to educate yourself on to arrive at a well informed opinion. Or, I fear you really won’t understand the misery that’s coming economically for this country. I predicted this 20 years ago and here we are, with massive poverty in the US and a disparity between rich and poor equal to the great depression. How did I know? Because the sources I chose to listen to have been incredibly accurate and understand history and the structure. It is NORMAL for capitalism to pit economies against each other. Once I understood that the capitalists were infiltrating Mexico and then China, where they own over 50 percent of the businesses, I understood they would replace the American worker with those who they could abuse even worse abroad. This is exactly what’s happened. they are working to turn the country into the third world, then you’ll get your jobs back, low wage slave jobs, which in fact is already happening.

Foxconn has been brought to the US, one of the worlds worst human labor rights abusers, and are receiving more tax payer dollars per hired person than what they actually pay. You do understand what that means correct? They’ll actually earn a profit off hiring the people, lol, free labor basically, and the rest massive profits. The oligarchs have created the gig economy so young people have to work two or three part time jobs to survive, and that’s not even a living wage. These very same young folks have degrees that the economy cannot support, so they’ll be working these terrible jobs while being in massive debt for decades.

I feel a lot of people truly have no idea what is happening to us, but if you look at US intervention and forced control of markets in Central and South America, the pacific rim, Africa and the middle east, you’ll get a good idea. I suggest people become active in grass roots activism because it has been the only thing historically that helped the general population. Or hey, just go on living in a fairy tale world. Ignorance is not bliss.

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Bridges Not Walls

New spoken word piece that I am going to base a new Nocheez Orchestra Record on:

Bridges Not Walls

We see you your wall, and raise a bridge
You see, we’re hoping you and your believers will fold the devilish hand you are holding

We are betting on decency, empathy, solidarity, cooperation and love

As you attempt to divide and conquer, pitting people against one another so they do not look to see who the engineers of their misery are, those who camouflage themselves in a cloud of confusion and build barricades that block paths to freedom

We, instead, will carry those with heavy burdens over the bridge to safety

You redistribute wealth, basically stealing what little is left of what the oppressed and starving have, all for yourself via all sorts of elaborate schemes, just to feed your glutinous appetite

We will sit down at the dinner table, and provide a warm meal.

You benefit from cronyism, nepotism, and even your sex and skin color. Revealed to you are the secret handshakes that allow entrance into clubs for the “supposed” elites, to raise yourself upon undeserved pedestals and undermine the hopes and dreams of the majority

We instead, will serve those beautiful minds that lead humanity toward progress and unification, to gain the understanding that we are all one.

Though we understand you are monster’s created by a harsh environment and indoctrinated into an inhumane system, we feel much disdain for your perverse behavior. We are no fan of the sociopath, and certainly would never defend the actions of one.

So we plead with you, fold your hand now, and take on the attributes of empathy and understanding. Show decency and join us all in making a better humanity.

But know this, if you continue building your walls, your blockades, all your impediments to freedom, we will have no choice but to intercede, and tear down those obstructions brick by brick.

So You Want To Be President?

I figured I’d start off this new blog with one I wrote a few years back that I think still holds true.  It’s a tad visceral to boot!
I just finished watching a documentary on the Kennedy family. Historically we are constantly reminded of the greatness of JFK and clan, or his famous quote’s that supposedly represent what America stands for. Why don’t institutions bombard us with Kennedy quote’s like, “They can’t touch me now, and when I’m dead who cares?” The documentary went right from Joe Kennedy on up. Upon examination we see a family focused on attaining power by any means necessary. A family willing to cover up wrong doings to move up in status. A family basically like all other families looking to dominate politics or any establishments of power. They insert themselves into the corrupt machine and do what is expected no matter how immoral it may be.

What any logical person attains from this is that the true motives of the aforementioned have nearly zero to do with helping a population in need, but all to do with helping themselves. We as Americans have this strange fixation with “respecting” the Presidency. Respecting establishment leaders because of their position, not their actions. We forget politicians are just servants, no more, and should be there only to benefit us until their time served is up. If we look at it democratically they should do what we ask and then return to public life and “we” should get credit for what these policies generate, good or bad.

Instead of schools, media etc; raising up these corrupt fools I think we need an alternative history. One like Howard Zinns “A Peoples History of The United states.” A history that doesn’t set aside the people who truly fought for the good things this country has attained like human rights and our population getting a larger slice of the pie. People often look at moments in history such as the “New Deal” and hand credit to the establishment instead of activists who pushed for the New Deal and who are for the most part forgotten. In reality our establishment did everything it could to oppose such changes including using violence and murder. Why aren’t we speaking about that? Because the establishment doesn’t want you to realize if you get in the game you can change things. It doesn’t want you to have “real” heroes like Emma Goldman who looked out for the well being of the whole population. The establishment does however want to give you false heroes, heroes under the control of the elite who work in their favor.

So I would like to see the list of people with genuine intentions in all fields, those who when confronted with corruption said NO, I will not take part in these actions and who were of course promptly kicked to the curb. Those who then responded by becoming active and trying to make positive changes for everyone! These are the people I respect, people who are truly noble. Let’s please kill the ridiculous historically inaccurate idea that there are actually good presidents, it just isn’t so.

So you’re the President, well I say Big Fucking Deal!