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ViewsBusiness by CartoonArts International for April 25, 2014

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    moosemin  over 7 years ago

    Most interesting.

    Inre the statement;“inverted totalitarianism aims for the mass of the population to be in a persistent state of political apathy.”

    One need only look at our Cable Television and video games.

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    CorosiveFrog Premium Member over 7 years ago

    They can discredit a reporter, or two, or two hundred…but they cannot remove a feeling of injustice, of mistrust or even all out anger that regular people have towards capitalism now.

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    moosemin  over 7 years ago

    I forgot to add this.Although I am not as experienced and do not have the ability to accurately see where current events may lead as did the great chancellor, I feel I have a good inkling of what may come. If things do continue the way there are, with growing income inequality, a corrupted SCOTUS, congressional indifference, a weak executive and growing power of corporations & Wall Street, I fear a time of great, violent social upheaval in our country. Wall Street is more powerful than our federal government, and Washington is on their payroll.

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    markjoseph125  over 7 years ago

    One of the most useful quotes I’ve ever run across (unfortunately, I don’t remember the source): “America is not a democracy. It is a corporate oligarchy with a considerable, but steadily decreasing degree of personal freedom.”

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