Thursday, March 22, 2018



The Koch brothers are not alone.

Big business is loyal to cash, not country. To find those guilty of collusion to gain, maintain, and of course abuse power, we don't have to leave home. 

There are many American billionaires like the Kochs, spending millions to corrupt democracy. They should be indicted, not a few paid internet trolls from foreign lands. 

Multinational corporate CEOs, assisted by the Citizens United Supreme Court debacle, flood Super PACS with cash to help spread smear across the electoral landscape, not forgetting the importance of gaming even the smallest local elections. This grotesque mudslide of money turns politics into a theater of the absurd, and is also used to buy politicians and promote boilerplate legislation designed to suppress the vote.

In the U.S. no stone is left unturned to make voting a futile endeavor.

Multinational corporate CEOs use a variety of tactics to undermine the will of the majority, and some involve ties to foreign intelligence services. Evidence suggests that Israel exerts more influence on our politics than any other foreign nation, but that narrative doesn't serve the interests of our elite.

Here's some news:

(UK: Channel 4)

(The Real News)

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