Category: CITIZENS COUNTER-PROPAGANDA

Hey Landlord… Take a Hike!!

PHILIP A. FARRUGGIO—Today is the 17th anniversary of the 9/11 Twin Towers and Bldg. 7 false flag scenario. What transpired soon after that horrific event was the marriage between the sports media and the Pentagon. Case in point: before 2009 Pro Football teams stayed in their locker rooms while the National Anthem was played. After the Pentagon threw mega millions at the NFL, we had the weekly honor guards and pomp and circumstance, replete with a giant flag draped over the 100 X 55 yard playing field.

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XI JINPING’S SPEECH AT THE CEREMONY COMMEMORATING THE BICENTENARY OF THE BIRTH OF MARX. CHINA RISING RADIO SINOLAND

JEFF J. BROWN—All my life, when growing up in America and into my professional life into the 21st century, I comfortably lived in a cocoon of Western Big Lie Propaganda. It wasn’t until I came back to China to live and work for the second time, starting in 2010, that I was able to step out of the Matrix and into the pure, white light of truth and reality. If you have read The China Trilogy (http://chinarising.puntopress.com/2017/05/19/the-china-trilogy/), then you have learned as much as I have, as well as traced the steps of my long and at times painful journey to enlightenment.

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Reform vs. Awakening (revisited)

ERIC SCHECHTER—As I’ve already mentioned, people aren’t basically greedy and selfish. But our current culture certainly trains those traits into us. They’re built into the so-called “American dream”: You keep your stuff in your house, I keep my stuff in my house, and we’re taught that we don’t need to care about each other. Shootings in schools and shopping malls have become commonplace.

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How Inequality is Killing Us

SUSAN ROSENTHAL—Despite their many benefits, worker-owned co-operatives cannot transform society. As Rosa Luxemburg pointed out more than 100 years ago, “Producers’ co-operatives are excluded from the most important branches of capital production — the textile, mining, metallurgical and petroleum industries, machine construction, locomotive and shipbuilding. For this reason alone, co-operatives in the field of production cannot be seriously considered as the instrument of a general social transformation…Within the framework of present society, producers’ co-operatives are limited to the role of simple annexes to consumers’ co-operatives.”

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