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Thread: Police State Beatings & Murder
[-] 0 points by lugano (1221) 2 hours ago

http://www.fatalencounters.org/ - is another site to note in this matter & I'd say that this site and The

Guardian's on-line database do NOT what ''the USG could not do'' -but what The USG Would Not Do!

Thread: you troll1
[-] 1 points by MattHolck0 (3236) 7 hours ago

GAYLivesMatter! ‏@iH8Str8ppl 48s49 seconds ago

GAYLivesMatter! retweeted Matt Holck

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Thread: you troll1
[-] 1 points by MattHolck0 (3236) 7 hours ago

GAYLivesMatter! ‏@iH8Str8ppl 1m1 minute ago

GAYLivesMatter! retweeted Matt Holck

Good! #Trump2016

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label targets #terrorist invoke bias #hate tactics …

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GAYLivesMatter! retweeted September8th♍️

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September8th♍️ @yazmin__xo @iH8Str8ppl pls stfu and open a history book. 0 retweets 0 favorites Matt Holck ‏@Matt_Holck 3m3 minutes ago

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Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 2 points by grapes (3733) 10 hours ago

The bailout was necessary to limit damages to innocent parties. At the time, there was a run on a Money-Market Fund. These funds are where most businesses keep their short-term money to meet payrolls. Imagine a chain of collapsing money-market funds so huge numbers of people get paychecks that bounce. No pay, no cash, no credit, no buy, no job, no work, no product, no pay, no cash, no credit, no buy, no job, no work, no product, in a branched Chained Reaction for which lasers and nuclear bombs are famous for. It might have led to a GLOBAL Economic Meltdown!

I believe that the bailout was warranted. If we have to spread our legs wide and enjoy the ride, so be it. What I cannot stomach is why so few of the culprits have been sent to jail. Even the smaller scaled Savings and Loan Insolvency debacle had thousands of financial criminals sent to jail. I can only make sense of this if we throw in the assumption that our government is POSSESED.

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 2 points by grapes (3733) 11 hours ago

Wealth inequality can be fixed gradually through an inheritance tax of 100% for any assets or cash or properties worth in total over $600,000 (indexed to inflation) left over by the deceased. That was how we got much of our land from the Native Americans without killing them off immediately and yet assured that the whites of the U.S.A. shall inherit America. All land had to go to whites (enforced by law at gunpoint) upon the deaths of natives so they could be phased out peacefully.

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 1 points by MattHolck0 (3236) 12 hours ago

the debt economy is dependent on the rich feeding money into it and choosing the jobs we do

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 12 hours ago

[-] -1 points by turbocharger (1756) 6 minutes ago

Why do you always equate not supporting the duopoly with doing nothing?

Have you been programmed so deeply over such a long time that you cannot imagine anything else?

How on earth did Justine ever make the decision to put YOU in charge of this place?

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I equate your bold program as doing nothing - because at best that is all that you have presented since 2011 - as well as telling others to do nothing. You never ever forward actions - other than occasionally forwarding a protest. Protest - by itself - will not make the changes this country needs.

Why do you always equate not supporting the duopoly with doing nothing?

Have you been programmed so deeply over such a long time that you cannot imagine anything else?

How on earth did Justine ever make the decision to put YOU in charge of this place?

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 12 hours ago

[-] -1 points by turbocharger (1756) 1 minute ago

Sorry but paling around with the establishment is not going to do that. I realize you are ready, I think most of America is.

Its just that there is this small minority that keeps pushing Democrats and Republicans as the answers to the rest of the population.

The sooner that stops, the sooner we will get there.

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Your bold program of doing nothing - is just looking to hit bottom as soon as possible - and then die.

Sorry but paling around with the establishment is not going to do that. I realize you are ready, I think most of America is.

Its just that there is this small minority that keeps pushing Democrats and Republicans as the answers to the rest of the population.

The sooner that stops, the sooner we will get there.

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 12 hours ago

At what point would you like to start building real systemic change? -1 points 24 minutes ago by turbocharger (1756)

Immediately!

You? So far it seems like you are happy just the way things are.

At what point would you like to start building real systemic change?

At what point would you like to start building some real solutions?

Im not speaking for everyone, just making an observation. I think we can safely assume most of OWS has a major problem with wealth inequality as well. The former is not a stretch.

The pain actually would have been fairly minimal from the big bank collpases, as it would have liquified a lot of consumer debt, and the other banks would have filled in. Another "disaster" pitch by the MSM so they can steal our money basically.

Theres certainly legitimate anger over how it was handled. And since then not much has changed.

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 13 hours ago

http://occupywallst.org/forum/bernie-sanders-speaks-about-voting-and-student-deb/#comment-1065670

I think if you take a look around the country its clearly true, or we wouldnt be living in a multinational corporate shithole with crumbling infrastructure and bombs dropping on Africa on a daily basis.

Good for Bernie bringing attention to things. Bernie paling around with the DNC is not the answer though. Again, I guess no one has learned a thing the last 8 years.

Yeah - I am sure that ALL of us would rather that Bernie ran on a non-existent national Independent Platform that would assure that he had no chance of winning.

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 13 hours ago

http://occupywallst.org/forum/bernie-sanders-speaks-about-voting-and-student-deb/#comment-1065668

I have a problem with bailouts period. As did most of OWS.

No bailouts. Not bailouts with your employers paying for them. That is still a bailout. And its still empowering the bankers.

This is something myself and a politician like Bernie are in disagreement with. I just wanted to make sure you knew the facts.

Its almost like everyone has forgotten the 08 campaign already. History repeating itself, who would have thought!

If you can show me the collected data from OWS showing what the majority of OWS members supported or opposed - then I will accept the shown conclusion. BUT you do not speak for everyone who was or is a member of OWS nor for all who have ever supported OWS.

I don't think anyone was angry that a full-blown depression was averted - and that many millions of jobs were saved.

I do however think that many have legitimate anger and disagreements with much of what was done as to the way it was done and how it left the majority of the population to pay for what the few caused.

Thread: Kids and Teens Sue Over Climate Change
[-] 1 points by grapes (3733) 13 hours ago

"The future is digital." has arrived. Now, "the future is quantum-programmable and electric."

I think if you take a look around the country its clearly true, or we wouldnt be living in a multinational corporate shithole with crumbling infrastructure and bombs dropping on Africa on a daily basis.

Good for Bernie bringing attention to things. Bernie paling around with the DNC is not the answer though. Again, I guess no one has learned a thing the last 8 years.

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 13 hours ago

He is bringing attention to things as he has done for the whole time he has been in office - NOW however - People are getting the oportunity to hear him do so - and it is the others who find themselves needing to copy from him in their speeches - difference being = Bernie is serious and the others are not.

The establishment would like to think that they are smarter than the average voter.

And apparently you would like that to be true - as you wouldn't have to work so hard to see that nothing gets better for the majority of the population.

I have a problem with bailouts period. As did most of OWS.

No bailouts. Not bailouts with your employers paying for them. That is still a bailout. And its still empowering the bankers.

This is something myself and a politician like Bernie are in disagreement with. I just wanted to make sure you knew the facts.

Its almost like everyone has forgotten the 08 campaign already. History repeating itself, who would have thought!

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 13 hours ago

The Senate approved a $700 billion Wall Street bailout. Senator Bernie Sanders voted against the bill that would put Wall Street's burden on the backs of the American middle class. "The bailout package is far better than the absurd proposal originally presented to us by the Bush administration, but is still short of where we should be," Sanders said. "If a bailout is needed, if taxpayer money must be placed at risk, if we are going to bail out Wall Street, it should be those people who have caused the problem, those people who have benefited from President Bush's tax breaks for millionaires and billionaires, those people who have taken advantage of deregulation who should pick up the tab, not ordinary working people." http://www.sanders.senate.gov/newsroom/press-releases/2008/10/01/wall-street-bailout

And you have a problem with this? Putting the cost of a bailout (if deemed necessary) on those who caused it?

Like I said = You are totally screwed-up.

Ok, see its stupid nonsense like "wages tied to inflation" that make me shake my head. Because clearly THAT number is never manipulated lol.

I'm just saying Bernie has been in that shithole for 25 years, he's old as shit, and he's just joined the Democrats. And he said he'll endorse Hillary otherwise. So wtf?

He's not the only person drawing attention to things, he's just the most popular.

The people that run the duopoly are a lot smarter than the voting public, I think we can agree on that, right?

Thread: Bernie Sanders speaks about voting and student debt.
[-] 0 points by DKAtoday (32431) from Coon Rapids, MN 13 hours ago

But you rail against Bernie addressing the issues - you rail against him raising taxes on the wealthy and collecting taxes from wealthy corporations - a minimum "living" wage would be tied to inflation so as not to degrade in value as cost of living increases.

So when you say Bernie knows who his masters are and is only doing their bidding - surely you mean = The Public = Working People and Families. And I say you are a misguided fool (at best) or are a supporter of the current state of affairs - as you attack the one individual running for office who is putting forward the things we need to do as a country to fix wealth inequality as well as social inequality.

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