I just thought maybe we needed this around here. I sure did. I've celebrated Hanukkah (and Christmas) my whole life, but I'd never heard of nor heard this one before today. I think you'll agree, it's timely.
I really shouldn't post this. However, Kos has been catching a lot of shit on Twitter the last several days, and I thought you might appreciate seeing some of it.
Didn't you also think Hillary was gonna beat Trump? https://t.co/pFcM5yJ07k
I spent a good part of last night, in between caring for a sick vomiting child, and this morning perusing Twitter and some websites. The scenes and descriptions were alternately exhilarating and nauseating, empowering and confusing, stirring and disconcerting. Perhaps how it was to many citizens of Paris in 1789, or again in the Spring of 1871 during the Paris Commune.
Hedges says 10 years, 20 years max. His outcomes are bleak. Most terrifying is the void being filled by transnational corporations.
December 3 is the 337th day of the year
It is also Boomtime, The Aftermath 45, 3184 YOLD (discordian)
And let us not forget 18.104.22.168.13 by the Mayan Long Count
It is a Conundrum
When the government is owned and controlled by corporate oligarchs (like some sort of feudal lord and master), how can politics offer a path to social and economic reclamation and restoration of the ecosystem? Add in the distortion of corporate media and it seems like checkmate.
What I'm listening to...
We have listed many of George Bush's crimes against humanity that he committed over the pond, but let's talk about his crime against humanity here at home. This was how his administration ignored the AIDS epidemic while thousands of people were dying every year.
At the presidential debate Bush was asked:
Are our Dictators really any different? Or maybe, they're worse.