Showing results for tag "politics"
There are two ways people can relate to each other: Voluntarily or coercively. The government is pure coercion, and sociopaths are drawn to its power and force.
Most of the country wants socialism. We’re on the slippery slope and it augers very poorly.
Everybody in the public eye wants to look like a philanthropist.
We have to recognize that the 30-year experiment of “Keynesian Central Banking” is over.
It seems the compliance industry was created not by satisfying a demand in the marketplace, but rather by satisfying some rule a politician made arbitrarily.
Everything seems to be increasingly politicized these days… in a way that it wasn’t just a few years ago.
Whether it’s Democrats or Republicans in control of the US government, the dominant trend in the US points in the same direction: one of greater government control, increased spending, and military interventions around the world.
Traditionally, the Democratic Party in the US has placed its primary focus on the protection of the middle class. But, in recent years, it has taken a sharp turn toward racial identity politics, gender issues, and redistribution of wealth along socialist lines.
People who look outside the mainstream narrative of historical events often encounter the term “false flag” attack. What does this mean exactly?
“A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where fifty-one percent of the people may take away the rights of the other forty-nine.”
It used to be that America was a country of free thinkers.
Left-wing activists have recently been increasingly active in seeking to limit opposing political viewpoints, in order to create a more ubiquitous “groupthink.”
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