Forum Post: There is no longer any doubt. The founders and operators of this website have sold out the very cause. Ch'Ching!
Posted 3 years ago on Jan. 20, 2015, 10:54 a.m. EST by StillModestCapitalist
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The founders of this website and it's current operators are behind it's transition. They have allowed it to be taken over by conservatives posing as disgruntled liberals. Except for one gesture which I now believe was a token, they have stood by as their conservative minions turbocharger, Shule, SerfingUSA, johannus, flip and others have used multiple IDs to keep their own 'duopoly' and similar comments 'best' rated while marking down others into negative territory. I've suspected this for some time now. Ever since new users were prevented from joining a few months back. This was part of a calculated strategy to prevent the return of user diversity and prevent the return of fiscal liberalism while allowing the posers listed above, all of like mind, one or more of which may be site founders or operators to influence visitors with their 'don't vote' or at least not for anyone with a chance of defeating the greater evil, fiscal conservatism.
In other words, to give conservative politicians and candidates an edge by posing as disgruntled liberals who have given up on their right to vote except in rare cases where the more liberally fiscal candidate has no chance of winning.
I've also noticed the many pages posted in the 'latest news' forum which excuse and on occasion, even praise high ranking members of the 1% and their juggernaut corporations for 'phylanthropy', which is nothing but a farce where they are involved. For one can not concentrate tens of millions or even billions in private wealth and somehow 'give back' enough to make up for it. Not as long as their own personal fortunes and immoral business practices contribute to the obscene concentration. The very concept of deca-millionaire to deca-billionaire 'phylanthropy' is the greatest mathematical farce in the history of fraud. It's like robbing a shelter for the homeless and then giving 5% of the take to one homeless person while you keep the rest for yourself.
Still, OccupyWallSt.org has promoted this mathematical farce on several occasions. It's founders have sold out the very cause.
Jart, otherwise known as Justine Tunney, now works for Google, a high ranking wealth concentrating Wall Street juggernaut.
For the record, I have finally decided to create this page after months of suspicion because after being put in a position where I had no recourse against the 'mark down' poser posse but to post more often than ever the evidence which they have tried to suppress, my account has been restricted. For the time being, I am no longer able to reply to any comment successfully on any page other than my own. They are immediately 'removed'.
There is no longer any doubt. I've been true to the cause from day one. I do not waver. I'm determined and resourceful. I refuse to be intimidated by the poser posse. Therefore, something had to be done to limit my activism.
I'm no conformist and no pussy. I will not simply sit back and hope for full account activity to be restored by the sold-out site operators. I've suspected for some time now that it would be restricted along with several other legitimate users that I know of.
If my account is to be made entirely inactive, so be it. I stand by these words.
The founders and operators of this site have given in to the very form of evil they once swore to oppose. The greed and corruption of the 1%.
I will see to it that Jart receives the criticism she has coming to her. It will be posted all over the web.
She can not intimidate me on her best day.