How Spaceship Earth Incorporated Might Evolve

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By Richard John Stapleton

It was Bill Clinton’s fate to sign some deleterious laws for we the people of the US when he was in office as president of the United States. The video linked below explains one of the most egregious laws.  Another law was the Graham-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999 that did away with the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 that gave large too-big-to-fail banks permission to gamble with depositor, stockholder, and taxpayer money in global stock and derivative markets, causing the money and banking meltdown of 2008 and the deplorable monetary and economic situation we find ourselves in today.

Clinton did not originate these bad ideas, but he lacked the moral courage to veto them, and thus he is largely responsible for the consequences, having been unable to resist the inexorable forces of greed propelling corporate capitalism toward a one world government run by one corporation powerful and successful enough to consolidate all the others, which might not be a bad thing, given where we are today, assuming that corporation were run by we the people of Spaceship Earth for we the people.

Take a look at this video to see how the consolidation of the media industry has constricted the freedom and consciousness of US citizens. Well worth a look and listen.

Such “consolidating” by large corporations in the US and elsewhere might finally put an electronic noose around all their necks, finally liberating we the people.

To see and hear it all click here at Bill Clinton Paved The Way For Today’s Dumbed-Down Media.

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