Occupy Olympia Being Evicted! Tonight at Midnight!

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  • John Ellis says:

    Confidence in the systemic corruption of high finance, this can never be restored. As it can only get worse until we have a complete public exposure of all the lies, fraud, misinformation and complicity.

    The truth has a unique sting, and an equally unique ability to heal the destruction wrought by dishonesty, fraud and lies. The truth hurts, because the daylight of truth demands changes that the self-serving and those in denial desperately wish to avoid.

    But there can be no healing or reconciliation without the truth, baldly stated and plainly spoken without artifice or spin.

    If we can finally be truthful with ourselves as a nation, then we must admit that our financial system is fundamentally based on lies, fraud, embezzlement, misinformation, perverse filters and incentives, shadow systems that mock transparency and regulation, class privilege and the systemic flouting of the rule of law.

    For capitalism is a Ponzi scheme, which is based on the illusion that the sole purpose of life is to maximize pleasure, which gives everyone no choice but to enrich themselves upon the misery of anyone in a lower class.

    • REPUBLIC says:

      You said, “For capitalism is a Ponzi scheme, which is based on the illusion that the sole purpose of life is to maximize pleasure, which gives everyone no choice but to enrich themselves upon the misery of anyone in a lower class.”

      State capitalism is a different form of a Ponzi scheme, which is based on the elite of the socialist government to the majority of wealth. The people will make the same amount of money to remove the classless society, and that is by going with the average cost of living. Right now we all we will be making about $65,000 per year gross. Here is the tax layout: If you wander why did I rename the taxes it is because you have to adapt to “socialism political correctness” Tax is evil and Federal is evil. All 50 states will have income tax for better entitlements.

      This is a typical European Socialist government taxation reform, and since the USD will collapse a new currency will come to lite AMERO (let’s assume 1 Amero = $1.00)

      Earning/Deductions Type Today Terminology

      65,000 yearly earning before tax yearly earning
      2,500 National Wellness Fund Health Insurance
      2,400 National Social Revenue Federal Tax
      1,200 Local Social Revenue State income tax
      600 Regional Social Revenue County income tax
      1,200 Local Union Labor Membership Self explanatory
      2,100 Social Retirement Fund Social Security
      $55,000 yearly income after tax

      Community Revenue (CR)flat fee 25% today known as Sales tax average 8.5% depending where you live.

      Here how the sales tax will work this is a break down, but the way I did send this idea of taxation to my congressman and senators.

      9% local revenue (city tax)
      9% regional revenue (county tax)
      2% EPA revenue (clean air act; where a congregation of 2 or more people are conducting a transaction/purchases)
      5% EPA special revenue transportation polution control

      Total tax per 1 AMERO = 25 cents


      You don’t believe me!! Ask an European. Since all socialist children like to rely on the government for entitlements, instead of self reliance, that is what will happen because the money has to come from somewhere!!

      • Dane says:

        Most europeans are totally happy with their system,I have made 65K a year when times were better,I paid 12K in taxes on it,then had to pay 5K for my health insurance though my employer,which every year the rates went up ,while the coverage went down,plus I pay 10% in sales taxes,much of which goes to defense contractors who profit off of imperialist wars like we have 2 going on,while continually taking from the poor,and less fortunate,as well as cutting more and more from education,I will take the European system any day.

  • John Ellis says:

    Scott Horton
    “I’m an individualist, I guess I have always been…
    were all determined to believe in this freewill thing”

    (1) What a man feels he deserves, what his conscience tells him is his to take, this is his highest priority in life, his high watermark to achieve, and it controls every aspect of his mind character and personality.

    (2) If a man walks in darkness feeling that life is an “unalienable right” that we deserve, then he has no choice but to feel he deserves the food and wealth needed to live. Then, he has no choice but to feel he deserves to “Be All You Can Be,” to earn all you can earn, take all you can take, own all you can own and to be a dictator over all who are on land that you own.

    (3) Whereas, if a man sees the light that life is a free gift from nature, our right to pursue happiness guaranteed by the organic laws of nature, then this day of life is more then any man deserves is his way of thinking. Then he has no choice but to have conviction that we own nothing, that everything we have belongs to those who have less then us, and most guilty should we feel if ever we miss an opportunity to give all we can give.

  • John Ellis says:

    “Vladimir Putin blasts John McCain as a war criminal

    “In his strongest outburst against America in years, the Russian prime minister alleged that Col Gaddafi’s death had been meticulously planned and executed by Washington.

    “Who did this?,” he asked rhetorically when discussing the late Libyan leader’s death during a televised question and answer session designed to smooth his return to the Russian presidency next year. “Drones, including American ones. They attacked his column. Then US Special Forces, who should not have been there – they brought in the so-called opposition and fighters, and killed him without court or investigation.”

    A former KGB spy famous for his hostility towards Washington, Mr. Putin made it clear he was generally opposed of US foreign policy and its imperious attitude.

    “Sometimes it seems to me that America does not need allies, it needs vassals,” he commented. “People are tired of the dictates of one country.”

    He saved his most vicious comments for Mr. McCain, the US senator, however after clearly taking huge offence at a tweet composed by the US politician which read “Dear Vlad, The Arab Spring is coming to a neighborhood near you.”

    Casting any pretence of diplomacy aside, Mr. Putin suggested that Sen. McCain was a crazed military veteran.

    “Mr. McCain fought in Vietnam,” said Mr. Putin. “I think that he has enough blood of peaceful citizens on his hands. It must be impossible for him to live without these disgusting scenes anymore. Mr. McCain was captured and they kept him not just in prison, but in a pit for several years,” he continued. “Anyone (in his place) would go nuts.”


  • John Ellis says:

    AMY GOODMAN: That was William Gross, the co-founder of PIMCO, one of the largest global investment firms, with $1.3 trillion under management, speaking on CNBC. Naomi Klein?

    NAOMI KLEIN: Well, it’s a really interesting analysis, and I think there’s a lot of truth in it. This is one of the contradictions of capitalism, is that it is so destructive that it destroys its own base, you know, whether that’s its base of consumers able to buy its products, which is why you have to feed them all kinds of cheap credit, which then becomes a bubble that pops and destroys the economy, or whether it’s the destruction of the ecosphere—I mean, whether it is the destruction of the natural systems on which we depend. And this is why I think we need see the—but the economic and the ecological crisis is absolutely intertwined, if not the same crisis, that has their roots—that have their roots in unfettered greed and an inability to say, “Enough,” and an inability to understand that there are limits, that there is such a thing as scarcity in the natural world. And this is one of the things that’s—there is such a thing as a limit in what our atmosphere can absorb in terms of the pollution that we put out.

    And our understanding of limits is so twisted, because we don’t understand those limits. We don’t understand real—the real limits imposed on us by physics and chemistry. But we impose these absolutely false limits, when it comes to economics. And this is one of the themes that really struck me talking to demonstrators yesterday at the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, was the theme of false scarcity, that we are living in this age where everybody is told there’s not enough.

    There’s not enough money for people to have decent healthcare. There’s not enough money for people to have decent housing. There’s not enough space in the country for immigrants, because there’s not enough. And we’re told this all the time, and we live with this, and that’s what’s so powerful and so symbolic about the decision to go to Wall Street, to go to this space of abundance and expose the lie of scarcity. But at the same time as we expose that lie of scarcity, and to show yet, no, actually this is an abundant society, we have a crisis of distribution in this society, we also have to recognize where there are real limits, and the limits of our natural systems to absorb the tremendous stresses that we’re putting on them, and climate change is only one part of those stresses.

  • John Ellis says:

    For some reason the rich who own these WEB pages and all the hardware and software therein, have decided to turn up their paid actor confusion to a crescendo. All part of the grand illusion of freedom of speech in a most corrupt spider web called the WEB.