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Images (5) March 9, 2017

Posted by rogerhollander in Capitalism, Drugs, First Nations, Uncategorized.
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Roger’s note: here are some miscellaneous images taken from the Internet.

One would think that this trick is too obvious to fool anyone.  However, it has been used more than once by governments to create an illusion of safety.  I saw this when I was on the Council fighting against a new garbage burning incinerator.  Instead of reducing emissions, simply change the safe level standard.  Voila!

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Don’t get me started on capitalism.  OK.  Get me started.  In a capitalist economy, where capital rules with an iron fist over living labor, decisions about economic growth are made by PRIVATE enterprise, where profit is the only consideration.  Contrast this with such decisions made socially for the benefit of society as a whole.  Capitalism as cancer is the most apt analogy I can think of.  That is why we are in danger of planetary death either by environmental catastrophe or nuclear holocaust.  Given the choice, no society would consciously choose annihilation.  That is why the very survival of the universe as we know it demands the defeat of world capitalism.

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I remember the sermon given at my daughter’s wedding,  where the minister said the secret to a successful marriage lies in three words: forgive, forgive, forgive.

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The major opponents of the decriminalization of marijuana in the US are the Chambers of Commerce, Police Departments and private prisons.  Bad for business.

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Dare to dream!

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