Enough Of The Sh*t!

We all see it,  the progression in CONSUMPTION is destroying everything we hold dear.  Fueled by OUR own greed we have allowed corporations to adopt a scorch the earth policy with little thought to the repercussions, finite resources, finite biodiversity and the ecosystem to support life.

Not surprising the “CORPORATIST” infiltration of politics pits us against one another while they own the dual party monopoly and benefit  from the strife. Our crisis cannot be solved by adhering blindly to leaders or personalities; the division is designed to keep each side drenched in blind arrogance, we’re ALWAYS better than those people—-HOLD ALL LEADERS, EVERY POLITICIAN, EVERY JOURNALIST, EVERY LAWMAKER, ACCOUNTABLE.

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465 Responses to Enough Of The Sh*t!

  1. Jack Holmes says:

    Once more how WRONG Democrats are!

    They say Trump will no create jobs? WRONG.

    We will have more:

    Funeral Directors
    Grief counselors…

  2. fi says:

    The fucking Repubs could not even wait until Prez O was out of Office, before they started repealing Obamacare………………..BASTARDS!

  3. Darth says:

    Chelsea Manning exposed war crimes. War. Crimes. For that service, she in turn was exposed to cruel and inhumane treatment.

    Manning’s sentence: 35 years for exposing us to the truth
    “President Obama made the following statements on record, before the trial even started:

    President Obama: We’re a nation of laws. We don’t individually make our own decisions about how the laws operate … He broke the law.

    Logan Price: Well, you can make the law harder to break, but what he did was tell us the truth.

    President Obama: Well, what he did was he dumped …

    Logan Price: But Nixon tried to prosecute Daniel Ellsberg for the same thing and he is a … [hero]

    President Obama: No, it isn’t the same thing … What Ellsberg released wasn’t classified in the same way.”

    When the president says that the Ellsberg’s material was classified in a different way, he seems to be unaware that there was a higher classification on the documents Ellsberg leaked.”

  4. Darth says:

    Whenever they write “embattled” in front of you’re name, you’re toast.

    Angering Congress, James Comey won’t address Trump-Russia inquiry privately https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/jan/13/fbi-investigation-donald-trump-russia-james-comey-congress
    “In that earlier hearing, Comey said he would “never comment” on a potential FBI investigation “in an open forum like this”, raising expectations among some attendees of Friday’s briefing that Comey would put the issue to rest in a classified setting.

    But according to sources attending the closed-door Friday morning meeting, that was not the case. As such, frustration with Comey was bipartisan and heated, adding to intense pressure on the director of the FBI, whose conduct in the 2016 election itself is now being investigated by an independent US justice department watchdog.”

  5. Darth says:

    Pentagon Papers Leaker Daniel Ellsberg Praises Snowden, Manning http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2013/08/03/208602113/pentagon-papers-leaker-daniel-ellsberg-praises-snowden-manning
    “Daniel Ellsberg, the military analyst who in 1971 leaked the top-secret Pentagon Papers detailing the history of U.S. policy in Vietnam, tells NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday that unlike Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, he “did it the wrong way” by trying first to go through proper channels — a delay that he says cost thousands of lives.

    “I really regarded [it] as anathema … leaking as opposed to working within the system,” Ellsberg says, speaking to NPR’s Linda Wertheimer. “I wasted years trying to do it through channels, first within the executive branch and then with Congress.”

    “During that time, more than 10,000 Americans died and probably more than a million Vietnamese,” Ellsberg says.”

  6. Darth says:

    Obama Opens NSA’s Vast Trove of Warrantless Data to Entire Intelligence Community, Just in Time for Trump https://theintercept.com/2017/01/13/obama-opens-nsas-vast-trove-of-warrantless-data-to-entire-intelligence-community-just-in-time-for-trump/
    “With only days until Donald Trump takes office, the Obama administration on Thursday announced new rules that will let the NSA share vast amounts of private data gathered without warrant, court orders or congressional authorization with 16 other agencies, including the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the Department of Homeland Security.

    The new rules allow employees doing intelligence work for those agencies to sift through raw data collected under a broad, Reagan-era executive order that gives the NSA virtually unlimited authority to intercept communications abroad. Previously, NSA analysts would filter out information they deemed irrelevant and mask the names of innocent Americans before passing it along.

    The change was in the works long before there was any expectation that someone like Trump might become president. The last-minute adoption of the procedures is one of many examples of the Obama administration making new executive powers established by the Bush administration permanent, on the assumption that the executive branch could be trusted to police itself.”

    • Jack Holmes says:

      I spent some….wasted some time talking to a person that wanted to school me as to the meaning of the word NEOLIBERAL. She took offense to the Investopedia definition and any other source–she found one research paper she claimed it backed her point, meaning that I don’t know shit, I read it pointed out a passage that was the definition found on Investopedia, she then pointed out a typo I made , I typed “what” autocorrect turned it in to “why”—so therefore she was right and I’m stupid.

      It’s the same trying to point out the situation with Manning and Snowden, you’ll never get anywhere.

      • Darth says:

        “The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it.”
        attributed to Orwell

        • Jack Holmes says:

          Nevertheless an individual(s) need to continue to speak the truth. Initially I went with the “OFFICIAL” report, traitors, jerks yada, yada—the I saw how our POTUS fought tooth and nail to restrict our freedoms.

          People were outraged at the Republicans attempt to eliminate the House Ethics Committee quietly but did not even whimper when Obama secretly passed the “Countering Disinformation and Propaganda Act” http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-12-24/obama-signs-countering-disinformation-and-propaganda-act-law that has dangerous provisions that under the guise of fighting PROPAGANDA will be used to curb dissent.

          • Darth says:

            “Introduced by Congressmen Adam Kinzinger and Ted Lieu, H.R. 5181 seeks a “whole-government approach without the bureaucratic restrictions” to counter “foreign disinformation and manipulation,” which they believe threaten the world’s “security and stability.”

            Any rational person should find that statement terrifying. What “restrictions” are they seeking to get around exactly? That pesky first amendment?

        • MSolomon2 says:

          there it is! Absolutely! The intentional murder of truth in this “society” paved the way for the madness that only deepens, year-by-year where for-profit “info-tainment” (at best) masquerades as “news” spewed out by propaganda creatures.

  7. Jack Holmes says:

    Why is it that I order food, yet end-up with a messy kitchen?

  8. Classical Gas says:

    “The United States Department of Justice is taking on the New York City Board of Elections for improperly purging nearly 120,000 Brooklyn voters before the April 2016 presidential primary.

    In a motion filed in federal court Thursday, the DOJ claims the Board violated the National Voter Registration Act of 1993 when it removed those voters from the rolls.

    It’s the first time federal authorities have taken a position on the purge, which was first reported by WNYC on the eve of the primary vote in April. Numerous elected officials and advocates had requested federal intervention since.”


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