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Updated: Dec 18, 2022

It's all connected /\ (Corporate fascism is the support of Western Capitalism based on these systems of economics - prioritizing money over life and enslaving other countries, etc. and corporate political bribery - moneyed up politics, etc.i)

They use people.

Live chat comments I like:

Albert Roundtree: ​Yes. Nationalize our natural resources because we cannot trust the so called free market

Rei da Coerência: ​Imperialism deindustrializes developing countries so we remain only raw material suppliers.

Galli: ​it's funny how people think socialism is 100% taxes

Galli​: leaving aside the socialist examples in LatAm, prior socialist states had really low personal taxes LOL

Galli​: bc they funded everything with the state owned industries

Ellen Jean Abare​@Albert Round tree: yes and there's so many small businesses

Tsuica27: ​anarcho-syndicalist factories, no doubt..



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Anarcho-syndicalism[1] is a political philosophy and anarchist school of thought that views revolutionary industrial unionism or syndicalism as a method for workers in capitalist society to gain control of an economy and thus control influence in broader society. The end goal of syndicalism is to abolish the wage system, regarding it as wage slavery. Anarcho-syndicalist theory generally focuses on the labour movement.[2] Reflecting the anarchist philosophy from which it draws its primary inspiration, anarcho-syndicalism is centred on the idea that power corrupts and that any hierarchy that cannot be ethically justified must be dismantled.[3] The basic principles of anarcho-syndicalism are solidarity, direct action (action undertaken without the intervention of third parties such as politicians, bureaucrats and arbitrators) and direct democracy, or workers' self-management. Anarcho-syndicalists believe their economic theories constitute a strategy for facilitating proletarian self-activity and creating an alternative cooperative economic system with democratic values and production centred on meeting human needs. Anarcho-syndicalists perceive the primary purpose of the state as the defence of private property in the forms of capital goods and thereby of economic, social and political privilege. In maintaining this status quo, the state denies most of its citizens the ability to enjoy material independence and the social autonomy that springs from it.[3]


Oh, that's how Chomsky is so far down on the political compass and only a bit left. That's what that kind of political orientation is more about.

-- Just learning and trying to understand things.

But still, clearly on the left; which is FAR different from being on the right and anarchist/libertarian, which, at the extreme, is where Ayn Rand is and more where the American Libertarian party is, which is capitalist or free market libertarian thought, which is, possibly better than some of the alternatives IMO IN SOME WAYS but overall is a big yeah, no, to me, because that is ultimatelly giving way to extreme no holds barred capitalism, almost barbaric-like or (something) similiar to the thinking of natural selection darwinist lines of thinking applied to society and economics as a whole "every man for himself", "only the strong survive", etc. -> Malthus - Malthusian type of thinking - nihilistic athiesm which is very similiar to satanism (it's true!...that is the truth, though a lot of people claiming satanism etc. probably aren't all that bad or evil or anything, is just people really, and Allah knows best, truly, and Allah knows best truly about the heart of the individual. Truly.). Which is no way to live on the earth as humans with each other and the natural world,, I don't believe that to be the natural fitrah or spirit of man at all, though some of that is socially developed in us as individuals within this capitalist society we live in, here in America, - that is of course, a big part of American exceptionalism - and these things, these ideologies, have partners with toxic masculinity and powerful or too-extreme type feminism, and also/or maybe one could say, that that/this is another natural development of liberalism (focus on the individual, the individual's freedoms, not the society), liberal capitalism, neoliberal (on the global scale) capitalism. True true...(they use those things as well, as part of ideological programming - "human-rights etc.", globalization - trying to like force everyone on the planet to believe in the same things and have the same values - in trying to capitalize the world (make profits off, enslave - sports for example, sport watching and the capitalist things which go into that (Nike, sports stars and selling of sport memorabilla and clothing etc.) - thats a good example, though, and of course, you know, its natural, it plays on the natural human spirits)

Ideology (ideologies) can be dangerous and can be weaponized. Most people though are sensible.

They will use corruptible people (or people with world-views etc. that can be used in ways for their agenda - think Zelensky and Ukraine Neo-Nazis). They will use the misfortune (people who are in economic hardships, and social hardships) of society(ies). and people. Nothing is off limits. People and planet. All for vain worldly gains. How disgust. Allah Akbar.


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and yeah it's it's pretty much a cultural movement at this point it's very powerful narrative for

45:36 them but it weakens the rest of the opposition now I want to spend the last 15 minutes

45:41 or so here talking about the government of odysea and the movement towards socialism party because you know why is

45:48 the the right wing so angry because they're very popular and they've been able to implement a very Progressive

45:56 leftist program and the current president Luis aresay was the economic Minister under Eva Morales he was

46:03 responsible for creating the Bolivian economic model which is very unique and you at kausation news you you all have

46:10 been doing excellent reporting on some of these very unique elements of the Bolivian economic model like um here's

46:16 an article about Bolivia launching its own state-owned coffee factory or

46:21 Bolivia's State Glass Factory making wine bottles or Bolivia launching state-owned manufacturing plants so it

46:28 it has an alternative model to capitalism and neoliberalism that has been successful Bolivia has some of the

46:35 lowest inflation not only in Latin America but in the entire world World significantly lower inflation than the

46:41 United States itself and it also has economic growth and and declining

46:47 inequality so can you talk about who Luis out of say is and what his government program

46:52 has been like in Bolivia yeah I think the most important uh story

46:58 of you know of the past two years uh for Bolivia is the is the

47:05 the rest of the return of economic growth so as you mentioned before Louis

47:10 has used to be the economy minister of evil Morales he was the only Minister that was there for the whole of everyone

47:16 else's government um he was only not there for one year and that's because he had cancer and uh

47:23 he he beat cancer in one year and came back as economy Minister and yeah uh

47:30 the the model has always been based off of nationalizing First Natural Resources so

47:39 that the government has funds to invest in development you know infrastructure

47:44 Etc because there's no other ways really for Latin American governments to to get

47:49 enough funds to really fund development because you know I know in perhaps in European or Western

47:57 countries uh the left will say tax the rich you know raise taxes on the reach

48:03 on the middle class whatever um and then use those funds to you know

48:08 do social programs whatever but in a in a Latin America in a global South Country how much tax are you going to

48:14 raise first of all it's very much easier to dodge tax in the global South Country because the state is weaker

48:21 second of all how there's not as many rich people as there would be in a global North Country and the rich people

48:28 there are aren't as rich as the people you'd get in uh in the US or Europe So you you're

48:35 getting less you've got less income the majority of the population don't pay

48:40 any tax not because they're tax dollars or anything but people work in the informal economy you know the the woman

48:46 that sells uh a lunch you know from a car in the street she's not giving out

48:52 receipts she's not you know got a registered business she's just selling things for you know here and there

48:59 spends that money back in uh in the inside their formal economy so none of

49:05 that is taxed so where where are you going to get money where's the government going to get money from to do uh good things but anyway

49:12 the in the Evo Morales Luis Morrow was to nationalize natural resources and

49:19 that provides the funds and then yeah massive investment in uh infrastructure especially Bolivia had virtually no

49:26 infrastructure before if I'm right there's very few roads connect

49:32 um yeah so much no no and what when you don't have connections

49:40 between the countries very difficult for the economy to grow because you can't move things about um and you know people can't move about

49:46 very very difficult now that there is top quality infrastructure that allows the rest of the economy including in the

49:52 progress sector to grow and yeah that's been the most important part also this like you mentioned the state

49:59 after the nationalization natural resources was launching more State companies and there's a lot of you know

50:05 I could go on for ages talking about how many different ones there are but there's a

50:11 lot of these based around processing of agricultural Goods because what you get in a lot of Latin American countries is

50:18 things like foods that are exported like nuts or at

50:23 the moment the new hipster one is acai there's people loving in the global North what happens is that you they take

50:30 the raw material and then they send it to a factory in France or whatever and that's where they make the ice creams or

50:37 creams or whatever the value added products but what believe is doing is breaking that Circle by putting the

50:44 factories in Bolivia made by the stakes the free Market's not going to do it because it's easier to to send it to a

50:51 European country to process so like the acai there's a there's one in the in

50:56 Amazon I got to visit actually in the air in the department of panda near the

51:01 border of Brazil they've got a factory there the processes the essay makes into the pulp the juice and that and then

51:08 they can sell that for obviously more than what you get just selling the the raw sa berries and and Brazil nuts as

51:15 well that's an interesting one I always like to talk about Brazil nuts this that's what it's called in English it's

51:21 not what not his name in Spanish but Bolivia now exports more Brazil nuts

51:27 than Brazil why is that because in everyone else's government they created factories in in this department in Panda

51:35 um to process package Etc the nuts you know chocolate nuts whatever creating

51:41 those valuated products and then exporting them uh ready-made whereas Brazil just you know it doesn't invest

51:48 in those communities in this in the capital communities that collect the nuts and invest in processing of it so

51:56 Bolivia smaller country actually exports more Brazil nuts than Brazil

52:02 yeah one of those funny ironies I mean uh the economic model in in Bolivia is

52:08 really fascinating I mean we'll talk about lithium in a second it's a Kia element of this you could you could say that it's similar to the Venezuelan

52:15 model in that Venezuela for over a hundred years has been largely a Petro State well before ogochavez was born in

52:22 which the state funded most of its finances through the export of oil but the difference is before aguachavez was

52:28 President pretty much all of that oil Revenue went to fund the elite capitalist oligarchy and the vast

52:34 majority of working class Venezuelans didn't receive any support whereas the state now since the bolving revolution

52:40 uses that oil Revenue money to fund social programs and of course in Bolivia it's similar with lithium but what's one

52:48 difference is that that Luis Odyssey has created a very substantial model I mean he is himself a

52:55 trained Economist he has a PHD and I want to highlight um I did a previous report I have a

53:01 video in a podcast a bunch of translated parts of um most of the speech that Luis arise

53:07 gave at the United Nations General Assembly this year and he presented a 14-point socialist program which is

53:13 really incredible very ambitious but I want to look at this the economic element where he talked he called for

53:20 rebuilding the productive and economic economic capacities of the country of the countries of the periphery hurt by

53:27 the logic of the unrestrained concentration of capital and then he talks about how following the recovery

53:34 of democracy in 2020 Bolivia returned to its social communitarian productive

53:39 economic model a sovereign economic model in which we don't accept and we

53:45 will not accept in positions of the international monetary a fund so clearly

53:51 rejecting the IMF neoliberal model and then he also said that the Oblivion economic model here he

53:57 summarized it is based quote on the active role of the state and the economy

54:03 in the nationalization of our strategic natural resources the articulation of

54:09 all forms of economic organization the strengthening of public investment import substitution industrialization

54:17 the dynamization of the internal Market product productive diversification

54:22 security with food sovereignty redistribution of revenues the struggle

54:28 against poverty and inequalities and he also pointed out that part of this model is influenced by Bolivia's indigenous

54:35 communal communal Traditions so I mean I think I think Bolivia is very inspiring

54:40 in that sense because this is a model that can be adopted by other countries and we do see some kind of some economic

54:48 collaboration um so I mentioned lithium of course Bolivia has the world's largest lithium

54:53 reserves and it's been recently building electric cars challenging you know these

55:00 very expensive luxury cars like from Tesla right and in collaboration with

55:05 Mexico Bolivia is producing a small electric car called The quantum which is

55:12 a around 6 000 US Dollars it's the cheapest car in the market and here is

55:18 the Mexican foreign minister masola sharing a video boasting of their

55:24 collaboration between Mexico and Bolivia to build these electric cars so this is

55:30 another example of Bolivia developing its economy using its natural resources but also doing it in collaboration with

55:37 other countries in Latin America so maybe you can talk about not only artist's economic model but his

55:44 commitment to Regional integration in Bolivia yeah definitely that's a

55:51 the issue the lithium is probably the most important one at the moment because as many people know lithium is

55:58 incredibly important because uh for making electric cars which are likely to be the future uh for making batteries of

56:07 like phone batteries and stuff so it's going to be incredibly valuable it already is incredibly valuable but a lot

56:14 of countries you know are only just beginning to to develop that it now including Bolivia and

56:20 you know for the easiest thing for the government to do would be to just privatize lithium

56:26 let the uh whatever Elon musk's gigafactories or whatever it is to come

56:32 and just take all the lithium and process it in the United States because they already have the Australia I think

56:38 he does it in because they already have the the infrastructure to do it um and so just to sell it so because

56:44 living comes from Salt Bolivia has this amazing uh salt flats

56:50 in the town of uni uh probably probably the most I believe his best tourist

56:55 attraction as well really beautiful and yeah these things which is what Chile is doing right now because Chile has

57:01 lithium as well and the porridge they're just scooping up the salt selling it for for however many pennies uh you can get

57:08 for that on on the international markets but Bolivia's vision is to have a nationalized develop it within Bolivia

57:14 have a stake plants State factories uh creating the product creating car

57:20 batteries creating uh I I remember they just recently showed the the prototype

57:26 for you know a portable charger for your phones things like this but big batteries that can power our house

57:32 uh you know that this will finish products that you can then sell for obviously much uh

57:39 you know much much more money brings in a lot more resources to the country and the money from those exporting those

57:45 products will go obviously to the state which you can then go to further invest

57:51 in infrastructure development Etc so that's but to do that is going to

57:56 require huge amounts of investment a lot of technical knowledge that um you know

58:02 there's not doesn't exist uh to the degree needed within Bolivia so that

58:10 to cooperate with for example Argentina they're Cooperative Argentina at the moment which they've kind of sort of

58:16 part privatized their living but with the state still playing a role so there's cooperation with Argentina the

58:22 court a lot of Corporation Mexico Mexico basically have this exact same vision as Bolivia when it comes to lithium they

58:27 want to do exactly the same thing so there's going to be a lot of interchange you know uh technical experts Etc

58:34 sharing of knowledge uh the only one where there's not a lot of uh

58:39 cooperation with at the moment is Chile they're not really Cooperative with anyone because they don't really care

58:45 they just want to export the raw material and they're already doing that and yeah

58:51 a lot of people you get these like journalists in you know in Bolivia and other countries say Oh look The Chileans

58:58 are making more money of of lithium now than Bolivia or Argentina or Mexico

59:04 are oh of course they are because it's very easy you do it tomorrow I believe you can make a lot of money tomorrow

59:10 just by letting the American companies come in and just take it take it all out that makes you some money but if you can

59:18 you know uh divert if develop these processing plants to make the batteries then you're going to make much more than

59:24 just selling uh raw salt yeah you have feedback loops within the

59:30 economy so not only are you just I mean if in the case of Chile which also not only has big a lot a lot of lithium but

59:37 also large copper reserves they just export those raw materials which is what you know which is what the colonies did

59:44 when they were when countries were colonized by European colonialists they exported raw materials and you don't

59:50 develop your local economy whereas if you want true economic independence you shouldn't just export the raw materials

59:56 you should use those to develop local economies which create jobs so it's also a sustainable form of Economic

1:00:02 Development because once you run out of lithium or copper or oil what are you

1:00:07 going to do


I have very similiar thoughts/thinking.

I like it. Learning. Need to research and read his economic national plants and thinking.


Corporate fascism and ideological programming:

Chris Hedges Fan Club • 3.5K views


0:00 from the 71 top income tax bracket on

0:03 individuals in 1970 it's 39 now

0:08 wow corporate profits are taxed at the

0:12 lowest rate in many many decades

0:14 wonderful regulations

0:17 removed privatization sell everything

0:22 instead of the post office we can have

0:23 FedEx

0:26 wonderful one all of which was spoken

0:29 that would liberate our economy what

0:33 what again the history in the 1950s and

0:38 60s the top income tax bracket was in

0:40 the 90 percent we had lower unemployment

0:43 and faster economic growth than we have

0:45 now

0:46 the story is not we cut taxes on

0:49 corporations and they really boosted we

0:52 cut taxes on Corporation and we went in

0:54 the toilet as an economy our growth is

0:57 slow

0:59 2014 hour growth averaged over the whole

1:02 year is 2.5 percent

1:05 economic growth in the People's Republic

1:07 of China seven and a half percent

1:11 it's been that way for 20 years that's

1:14 why China is now the second economy in

1:17 the world they've been growing very fast

1:19 they don't have free enterprise poor

1:22 Folk

1:24 they don't have it

1:26 the government takes a heavy hand boy

1:28 does it pay off


for them I'm not arguing that we we

1:34 should be Chinese people or have their

1:36 economy but face the reality

1:39 we have run an economy in the interests

1:43 of returning wealth to the rich and the

1:47 corporations every statistic shows it

1:52 the top 10 percent I know these numbers

1:54 sometimes get blurry but they're not

1:56 complicated the top 10 percent of

1:59 Americans own 90 of the wealth

2:03 the other 90 percent share the other ten

2:06 percent got it exact inverse 10 or 90 of

2:11 the world

2:12 of the wealth in this country and the

2:15 other 90 of us share the other 10 the

2:19 United States used to like to make fun

2:21 of certain countries particularly in

2:23 Latin America as quote banana republics

2:26 because of this lopsided distribution we

2:29 are a Banana Republic we have arrived at

2:33 that exalted State we can't call other

2:35 people that name anymore because it

2:37 bounces right back on us

2:41 that's the reality


Call me a fascist (lol), yeah, seems kind of crazy. I quite like Islamic Economics. - Doesn't actually seem crazy - what would be crazy is allowing unfettered capitalism - take water use for example - of course, you can't just allow any person or entity to just come in, put a pipe in a stream and take all the water or dump all their crap into the stream - it doesn't belong to any one person or entity, it belongs to the people, to everyone, to every thing ; and ultimatelly, all belongs to God - Allah SWT and all, everyone, will answer to Allah and what we did with our lives (I'm a Muslim).

Can't wait to read Steve Keen's book.


Fascist - not the first set of pictures but the RT News is showing American Fascism while Russia and China are the ones turning to globalist trade that also not it seems anyway, so imperialist. They are the ones having better moral stance and holding to it, and their conduct (not saying China or Russia are all good and don't have bad actions!) and holding more towards truth.


(0:05) War should be avoided at all costs

nuclear conflict should never be (0:10) contemplated

these tattooisms are often spoken but rarely adhered to


Saw already, but a good video nonetheless, has some others things that Jackson Hinkle didn't cover, and in case you missed it:

Oh SH*T, She is busted lying about Ukraine, not good | Redacted w Clayton Morris Redacted 266K views Why did the European Union cut out a key part of Ursula von der Leyen’s speech on Wednesday detailing Ukrainian casualties? It is

Sorry about the near cursing, and if there's cursing in the videos but yeah, is small in comparison to the real-life tragedy and reality of the world and sins and real effects of some...Allah Akbar, Ar-Rahman Ar-Raheem (the Most Merciful).


Dialogue works • 120K views

Did not watch:

More than six months since the Palestinian American journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was killed while reporting in the occupied West Bank, "there is still no accountability in what happened," says...

The US and Europe have tried to make Africa a battleground in their Cold War against Russia and China. They‘ve even labeled Africa as NATO’s “Southern Neighborhood” and are using AFRICOM...

New - interesting (multi-polar world, bring it on):

Advising Brazil’s President-elect Lula, Ecuadorian economist and leftist presidential candidate Andrés Arauz made a blueprint for a “new regional financial architecture” to unite Latin...

Interesting books shared - History - Look very bad against Turkey. Albanians mistreated hugly - I never knew about this before. - Have learned a lot this year. May Allah bless Sheik Imran.


Good for people who don't know much about Islam and to me, it was just interesting to hear what he had to say, nice way to end the blog post as well:

Garry Wills has been a leading commentator on political and religious life in America for decades, winner of a Pulitzer for "Lincoln at Gettysburg", and two National Book Critics Circle Awards...

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Really good Khutbah:

YT short I like as well, I think Mufi Menk does a great job and it's in alignment with the Quran and Sunnah - the Muslims of today focus too much on quarreling over small issues and such, we should focus on ideas, not talking about people, cover up the flaws of others, "be humble" "fear Allah" (really), we have the best example in the history of the world to draw upon! S.A.W. I don't get it. There will be more on this from Shiekh Omar Baloch in upcoming posts: MUFTI MENK GIVES HONEST OPINION ON KHABIB

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