Sunday, November 08, 2009

From Corporate Seize to Shining Sleaze

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a non-taxable attitudinal thought of hope

Corporate Identities are above the law; their lobbyists write laws.
Corporations acting for themselves as government proxies have
seized the air, land and seas. They do as they please. They own us.
(or so they think) Think tanks developed policy, which begat needs.

Selling products feeds lies, and layers of lawyers practice CYA law.
Top selling lies and all commercials make you feel bad for not buying.
Politics and Religion deal with authority, people management, guilt.
Shame and blame, framing, informing, protecting the status quo.

War is violent marketing/people management 'missions to overcome'.
U.S. vs. who? All nations must bend their ears and straighten knees.
Shy knees cower. We the People have power. For each American are
nineteen non-Americans; opposed to war, watching TV to avoid bore.

There's a better way, and it rhymes with grease, involves trickle down
theory. John and Yoko slept in for it and without funding or credit a
vote in Congress can end it all- the wars of Corporate Greed vs, Need.
A seed or idea that's denied to form more perfectly is dead, never born.

Matthew 7:7 that, and ISSUE money as Constitution calls you to.

The concept of the Jubilee is a special year of remission of sins and universal pardon. In the Biblical book of Leviticus, a Jubilee year is mentioned to occur every fifty years, in which slaves and prisoners would be freed, debts would be forgiven and the mercies of God would be particularly manifest. In Christianity, the tradition dates to 1300, when Pope Boniface VIII convoked a holy year. Christian Jubilees, particularly in the Catholic tradition, generally involve pilgrimage to a sacred site, normally the city of Rome. At various times in Church history, they have been celebrated every 50 or 25 years. -From Wikipedia

while true do respire() done


Blogger Becky said...

Wow your post describes the book that I have been reading titled, "Cancel Christmas" by Rocco Leonard Martino. The book gives a snapshot of how powerful individuals, organizations and institutions can use politicians as pawns and puppets in an attempt to enrich themselves. It also points out that they feel that “Greed is Good” philosophy needs our vigilance in a world that should care for the needs and rights of the individual. It really did open my eyes to how the world really is. Thanks for your post... so true!

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