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Feigned indignation is the only kind left where decency is a threat to the raison d’etre of profit, an impediment, bred out of the masses as much as possible. And a well-established lust for flesh plus professional perception management will make cannibalism as acceptable as neoconservativism, especially when the product is processed. The objection it’s

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The ABCs of Atrocity

The indocrination of children into the culture of corporate capitalism begins even before they enter school, when their own parents, in effect, bind the feet of their morality by having them join in the guilty and tasty pleasures of murder. The ABCs of Atrocity sow the seeds of future perversity. Animals are the means we use to

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SumOfUs are Corporate Whores | Some Of Us Are Not

Feb 1, 2012: SumOfUs posts a popular image used by media outlets today to reflect the worker conditions at Chinese “sweatshops.” “Ethical capitalism” is a fantasy embraced and fetishized by the liberal/professional left.     New Delusion for 2012: SumOfUs …Like all good Imperialists, the Philanthropoids set themselves the task of creating and training an international cadre that believed

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“A Sign of the Times”

From Naomi Spencer’s “Notes on the Social Crisis in America” at the World Socialist Web Site: Philadelphia robberies attributed to hunger Philadelphia police report that three men and a teenaged boy arrested in connection with multiple robberies said they committed the crimes because they suffered from hunger. None of the suspects, aged 38, 21, 19,

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Updates on the Occupation

One of the main stories about the Occupy movement is the corporate media’s initial ignorance, and subsequent dismissal, of the protests. There are clear economic reasons for this: Unlike the “tea parties” (of which events featuring only a few dozen people routinely made for lead stories on mainstream news sources), the Occupy movement presents a

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The Bolivian Morales Government Versus the Environmental “Movement”

Evo Morales is Bolivia’s first-ever Indigenous president. In his January 2006 inaugural speech, Morales’s focus was the years of discrimination against Indians, and he compared Bolivia to apartheid-era South Africa. Morales hailed the election as the end of the Colonial and Neo-Liberal Era. In October 2009, Morales was named “World Hero of Mother Earth” by

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