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Sunday, May 27, 2012

Why You Should Hug a Commie [or a liberal] Today.

Why You Should Hug a Commie [or a liberal] Today.

We must conjecture at the entertaining antics of the far left as they sort out their proclivities and process their plans for the future. Much of the time there is seemingly no apparent pedestal of reason that directs their actions or explains their howls. We must also note that their political past has, in their own minds, been erased, ruthlessly redacted or never happened. The evil past of their enemies, much to the contrary and the focus of much of their attention,  is sorted and explained  by the leftist  elites and truncated without too much regard to the stark truth save for being recycled  in packages to provide ammunition for their constant artillery barrage against Fortress Capitalism.

Reading David Horowitz’s book The Politics of Bad Faith[1], and others, we find that the left is actually divided into two portions: the leftists and the radicals. The compleat understanding of these two groups soars beyond the scope of this essay as it is complicated as some players apparently toggle their political banners in a fog of ignorance and mangle their directives.  We must study Eric Hoffer a bit and sift through his True Believers[2] to assemble parts of their mental composition for a decent view. In addition, we need to analyze their past efforts in trying to constantly attack capitalist leaders such as Ronald Reagan as recorded in Reagan’s War[3], as he became the principle target of their actions since he was an anti-Communist. They became anti-anti-Communists. For other sources we need to review the Demonization of Senator Joe McCarthy as his is one of the few success stories in their long battle to defend Communist, and worse. Works by Whittaker Chambers (Witness) offer an insight into policy matters and those who suborn spying against the United States. The execution of the Rosenbergs, Julius [code name Liberal!] and Ethyl, is also a matter that requires some in-depth study as well as the story of how the Stalinist Lillian Hellman slithered out of danger during the hunt for Communists and spies in our system. They were paid spies although the leftists cannot seem to acknowledge this fact. Ann Coulter’s book Treason[4] explains much of this. The deciphered VENONA[5] Files give many details as to their spy works and payments in cash from the USSR for their traitorous deeds.

The remaining factor here in any attempt to understand the leftists and radicals of the Party of Democrats is to analyze their economic and social failures and attempt to synthesize some coherent explanation of how a party controlled by losers could survive in the most successful capitalist and religions country in the world. The answer to this is relatively simple.

We can begin with their own celebrated icons, track their progress in politics, war, famine and ultimate failure and then try to fit them into some kind of framework. We start with the alcoholic blowhard Karl Marx and his phony economics. Here, he tried everything he could to remove profits from all capitalist systems and place the ‘workers’ in charge of all means of production. This meant outlawing private property and using the government to control society in terms of transportation, education, the media, agriculture, steel production and everything else. This scheme fails on two accounts: [1] the law of supply and demand is warped so that a surety of surplus or scarcity is guaranteed and [2] government people make economic decisions although they rarely have any talent for doing so. As such, the populace must endure hardships, shortages and have no incentive for good work. No problem for liberals here. That model is just fine with them.

Lenin warped Marx’s strict revolutionary rules and was an opportunist who used murder and vengeance to grab control of a backward agrarian country headed by a hated monarch. Trotsky noted that Marxian revolutions were supposed to occur, spontaneously, in highly industrialized nations via the revolution of the proletariat. This did not happen. There was an early prospect for this in Munich by Rosa Luxemburg in 1919, but the socialist anti-communists wrecked this attempt. Later Mussolini and much later Hitler and then Franco put an end to Bolshevism in Europe. Fascism halted the vaunted rise of Bolshevism and their leaders became symbols of hate, the basis for the anti-Communist propaganda efforts ever since.  Those three ruined a lot of leftist dreams. Asia fell later with disastrous economic results. The Great Leap Backward of the People’s Republic was as much a failure as the 74 years of Communism in the USSR. The liberals took these events as self-inflicted giving Ronald Reagan no credits and went calmly into environmentalism. They became the EcoNazis of today.

So, much of what we can sift from the torturous histories of the brutal social wreckage of the far left is based partly on a warped theory of government, part on those leaders, socialist or capitalist (Hitler and Mussolini were strict socialists and Reagan was a strict capitalist) as it may be and the need to grab power via taxation and governmental control. Their revolutions were successful only in the limited sense that they did grunt and grab massive quantities of wealth but squandered this immediately in naïve economic projects such as excessive iron production

We cannot assemble a workable description of the left that liberals and their political allies by assuming that the leftists and radicals are mere drooling idiots whose sincerity can be estimated my measuring the thickness of the encrusted slobber on their shoes, although many of their lesser cadres fit this description.  We cannot assume they are stupid or epsilon semi-morons or even mentally impaired in any form although drug addiction seems to indicate otherwise in a few cases. A way must be found to show their contentment with economic failure to explain how they operate. That way is outlined below.

The way is actually simple: they cannot win economically and do not want to! A review of history shows that the simple act of grabbing power and wealth and fomenting a revolution is the satisfying part of their collective nature. If one of their revolutionary projects crashes they merely pick another place where money is concentrated in the hands of a few and start all over again. How can they run out of projects? Thus, capitalism subsidizes Marxism by default. They have actually assumed more power from depression and war than from any other source.  Recall that war defines peace. They have been moderately successful in taxing the United States and sending bits of money to their Marxist allies over the earth, but this is small potatoes in the economic game as the United States has an annual GDP of 17 trillion dollars and a new worth of some 300 trillion dollars.  To this we have to add that failure is no barrier to their implementing more and more exotic tax machines and wasting huge piles of  money with useless and counterproductive ‘education’ projects and phony social programs. This is their definition of winning.  Thus, they lose to lose and cannot win.

Their goals are more tuned to absolute power acquisition and the jamming of free markets and restraining standard capitalism than in redeeming social projects. Africa is a great test case for liberalism and for  their ‘education’ and such as every Marxist banana republic in Africa has crashed in tribal  bloodshed and a hurried flight of capital leaving disease , poverty and revolutionary armies hunting each other in the bush as a result. The current list of so-called ‘leaders’ in their party include treasonous persons such as John Murtha, John Kerry, Jane Fonda, Jesse Jackson, and others. They include phony academics with bizarre and contorted adaptations of anti-capitalist economic plans such as those offered by J. Kenneth Galbraith, the Tax Hike Zombie Paul Krugman[6] of the New York Times and howling racists who accuse others of racism such as Al Sharpton, Quannel X[7], Senator Schumer, Senator Al Gore[8] and Senator Byrd or the alcoholic murderer and parasite Senator Ted Kennedy, a person from a clan where it is difficult to find someone who is not accurately described by at least two items from the following list: murderer, liar, alcoholic, drug addict, pervert, criminal, convict, felon, cheap thug or playboy.

The use of a criminal, drug addict, hypocrite or other form of loser for a national spokesperson is useful for the left. We can wonder for hours how a liar, flip-flop artist, traitor, blowhard and phony soldier like John Kerry[9] can be a leader of a national political movement when he got three purple hearts from three drops of blood, was discharged early (no explanation for this was given) and worked against the United States in France by consorting with the enemy from North Viet Nam. Conservative talk show hosts frequently pose the simple question to the far left: Do you want the US to win the war in Iraq?? There is never a firm yes .There is always foraging for some excuse to say that they ‘support the troops’ and then the ‘but’ and then silence. The fact is that they are very willing to sacrifice our soldiers and military in any way they can, such as John Kerry voting against virtually every weapons program since he was elected. He still ran on his ‘war record.’ Such a phony coward and liar is quite suitable for leadership in leftist politics.

So, to wrap up this essay and answer the questions proffered above: The far left of the Party of Democrats have no intention of maintaining a viable economic society here or any place else. There is always more money to loot from others. The left cannot generate funds while operating in the capitalist mode and fume when others do so. Their solution to capitalism is always higher and higher taxes[10] as Jimmy Carter showed us with his malaise era. Much of our current prosperity is based on the Reagan Tax Cuts. They cannot bring themselves to sanction any form of tax cut. They prefer poverty to private property ownership and severe supervision of all citizens. They demand to judge and supply all human wants from specifying exact toilet flush volumes to the Internet. Their goal is only to destroy our system and redistribute the wealth in a phony Marxian way although many of their elites will become even richer from the plunder. Leon Trotsky predicted this. You can be a criminal, a pervert, a liar and thieves like the Clintons (or their stooges[11]) and get rave reviews from those who ignore their crimes for political reasons.

The left are losers who want others to lose with them.  Fortunately, they have not had much control of our society since 1900 except for FDR. They have lost much and deserve a good hug for being such losers. If they were competent we would have had our society destroyed by 1920 in a wave of Bolshevism. For being blundering idiots or a close approximation of same we need to give them a second hug and salute them with:” Thank you so much for buggering your own plans and projects and ruining your future. We look forward to more dim-witted mistakes in the future as we build on our 401(k)s and build more homes and businesses and enjoy the fruits of capitalism.  Thank Stalin, Mao, and a cluster of Marxist loons in Africa and give a special thanks to Castro too for his fine work in destroying economic competition for us.”  They need to sanction the illegal ‘import’ of uneducated and frequently criminal ‘workers[12]’ from Mexico or other worthless countries to stuff ballot boxes and burden the health care system. Somehow they think the ‘future’ of American must hinge precipitously on the need for uneducated labor.  It is the illegal votes that they desperately need to survive. They demand to enlist the votes of other losers.

And, their next plot is to tax capitalism around the globe[13] in a feverish effort to stop the nonexistent rise of the earth’s surface temperature in the Global Warming Follies[14]. No Lenin ever had a plan that huge. They want it all this time around.

It is obvious that they are not suitable in any form of government. They are so inept they cannot even be good Communists.  They need simple monotonous tasks to keep them busy such as sweeping the streets or harvesting corn. Vote accordingly.


[1] The Politics of Bad Faith: The Radical Assault on America's Future (ISBN: 0684850230)
David Horowitz.
[2] The True Believer (ISBN: 0060800712)
Eric Hoffer
[3] Reagan's War: The Epic Story of His Forty Year Struggle and Final Triumph Over Communism (ISBN: 0385504713)
Peter Schweizer.
[4] Treason: Liberal Treachery from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism (ISBN: 1400050308)
Ann Coulter
[5] Venona : The Greatest Secret of the Cold War (ISBN: 9780002570008)
West, Nigel
[7] Racist remnant of the Black Panther Party.
Tuesday, September 26, 2006 4:32 PM

Thursday, November 29, 2007 4:14 PM

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Seizes Reason from Somewhere and Makes Sense for a Change.

Abstract: David Brooks has apparently broken free of the fetters and clingy mind controls that force his usually hackneyed conclusions to conform to the pedestrian nostrums of the average New York Times editorial scribbler. In an astonishing turn of events, at least compared to what we usually read in this pathetic, biased ragzine, we witness David Brooks taking umbrage with the current Obama Attack on private equity companies, such as Bain, in his quest to discredit Mitt Romney.

Brooks takes on the current leftist anti-business private-equity theme and offers the results from studies that show that this is a positive effort in our economy to change anew refine and make more efficient and cast off industries that cannot compete any more. He states, flatly, that “American businesses emerged [from this process] leaner, quicker and more efficient.”

But, David Brooks leaves off before an important point is made. What if the left really wants the US and EU economies to crash? There is every reason to believe from several historical perspectives that if another depression hit that they could make the case that 'capitalism has failed' and get back to solutions Lenin wanted.” This is the current threat. And, given historical illustrations, what can they lose??

So, why not give it a try? Well, I think they are. Beware.

How to best read my blogs:

[I offer extensive quotes in this blog so that the reader can view the exact language and can be confident that nothing was taken out of context or that nobody was misquoted. The easiest way to take in the salient points is to read the emphatic points in the quotes and then peruse my comments. Comments on my comments are always welcome:]

The Current Babblings and the New York Times:

Months have elapsed since I have studied and reported on one of the current Chief Babbler David Brooks’[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] articles in the Opinion Section of near-bankrupt New York Times—aka the Walter Duranty Papers.[10][11] My patience in studying his ramblings was finally exhausted about the time he told us all about his Big Shaggy.[12] That was too much and I needed a rest. But, breaking my discipline as I am inclined to do, I quickly scanned his current piece and found something glittering there in those hallowed sheaves of liberalism a piece that diametrically attacked Barak Obama. I am still stunned. I thought my mind was dwelling in gentler fields for some time before I realized that his current work is well reasoned and accurate. This, hopefully, will be the beginning of a new trend in the formation of propaganda pieces from the NYT. I have written extensively on propaganda essays and selected examples deriving, I think, customarily all or most all of my examples, are extracted from the NYT.  This is fertile ground. I have found the following characteristics of this disease: In the careful fabrication of effective propaganda pieces[13][14][15][16][17] and other blends of disinformation and half-truths, we must be careful to begin our piece with the conclusion instantly bolted to some iron megalith with bright shining lights and noises and that the proper order and selection of propaganda elements be chosen with care.

Given that premise that holds for hundreds of NYT op-Eds we find strange deviations here in this latest article by Brooks:

Forty years ago, corporate America was bloated, sluggish and losing ground to competitors in Japan and beyond. But then something astonishing happened. Financiers, private equity firms and bare-knuckled corporate executives initiated a series of reforms and transformations.

 The process was brutal and involved streamlining and layoffs. But, at the end of it, American businesses emerged leaner, quicker and more efficient.”[18]-- How Change Happens  By DAVID BROOKS, OP-ED COLUMNIST Published: May 21, 2012. [Emphasis is mine in all quotes unless otherwise indicated.]

Now, this could be a set-up designed to interweave business elements with left-liberals laws and edicts and other phony fluff, but reading on there is no evidence of this. Is this the Real David Brooks? It must be a metamorphosis of unheard of dimensions at the NYT as this form of heresy is usually dealt with by a retraction, an opposing article or employment termination.

Now we are apparently going to have a presidential election about whether this reform movement was a good thing. Last week, the Obama administration unveiled an attack ad against Mitt Romney’s old private equity firm, Bain Capital, portraying it as a vampire that sucks the blood from American companies. Then Vice President Joseph Biden Jr. gave one of those cable-TV-type speeches, lambasting Wall Street and saying we had to be a country that makes things again.” - How Change Happens  By DAVID BROOKS May 21, 2012.

The Obama attack ad accused Bain Capital of looting a steel company called GST in the 1990s and then throwing its workers out on the street. The ad itself barely survived a minute of scrutiny. As Kimberly Strassel noted in The Wall Street Journal, the depiction is wildly misleading.[19] - How Change Happens  By DAVID BROOKS

A conclusion arises:

This is the story of a failed rescue, not vampire capitalism. This is the story of a failed rescue, not vampire capitalism.” - How Change Happens  By DAVID BROOKS
This is an excellent piece that sifts the anvil-level debris from the wide propaganda window and indicts the author as a person who manufactures political factoids with partial truths. This is commendable.

The battle scene:

But the larger argument is about private equity itself, and about the changes private equity firms and other financiers have instigated across society. Over the past several decades, these firms have scoured America looking for underperforming companies. Then they acquire them and try to force them to get better.” - How Change Happens  By DAVID BROOKS

The words private and equity are enough to send a good socialist into a tailspin requiring massages, rest and some help from his or her ‘friends.’ From a previous blog, we can easily make the obvious case that government is more than necessary, in the leftist idiom that is, to arrange who, what and when these growth elements should be bequeathed.
Cognitive equality is an oxymoron. There is no way you can give standardized tests and ensure that everybody attains the average test grade scores with nobody getting a higher or a lower test result. The much maligned Bell Curve[20], sometimes accused of actually causing the ‘problem’ of cognitive mal-distribution in the US, actually states the blunt facts about our societies and the distribution of mental skills. This salient fact that half the people who take the standardized test will score below the median is the rallying point for ‘change’ in ‘education.’[21] That is not fair. Society must be equalized.[22] Thus propaganda must replace education. The Bell Curve correctly predicts who will pass high school, college and who will excel in the work place—and who will not—on a group basis. This fact commits millions to menial jobs but is casus belli for the political left.[23]

If that is accepted, then just who might we elect to make the new products? Government people? Ivy League or middle class people or perhaps those at the very bottom of the economic scale because the benefits of full diversity demands their ‘inputs’ to get a holistic solution to any social problem. 

Our system is driven by markets much to the dismay of the left.  The government thus assumes that if a market [stocks, houses, etc.] goes up then this is fine as taxes can be raised and money spread around to ‘aid’ the lower classes and pad the salaries of the politicians and their friends. If the market, like housing, goes down and wealth is lost then the government, leaning on the taxpayer as always, must make up the difference with taxes and social programs.  Unemployment and lost tax revenues must be replaced by higher taxes on the upper income levels. This effect generates a spiral whereby more jobs and lost and taxes must be raised, which ensures that tax revenues will decrease. The strange notion here is that jobs and wealth cannot be lost and the government must intervene to reverse such a situation. If the economy sinks and the GDP falls then the government must provide money for jobs and things to pull the GDP back up even though when they raise taxes they thus ruin new job formation. High corporate taxes force businesses to lay off workers. The government seems to believe that the government is the employer of last resort and lately the lender of first and last resort. This would, of course, call for more taxes and so on and so forth. This cycle never ends. To pay for all this socialism the government now prints money which will soon result in massive inflation—an outcome that does not help the poor.[24]

 Research on the matter:

As Reihan Salam[25] noted in a fair-minded review of the literature in National Review, in any industry there is an astonishing difference in the productivity levels of leading companies and the lagging companies. Private equity firms like Bain acquire bad companies and often replace management, compel executives to own more stock in their own company and reform company operations.

Most of the time they succeed. Research from around the world clearly confirms that companies that have been acquired by private equity firms are more productive than comparable firms.” - How Change Happens 

Not to anchor down this blog with a ton of paper, we can generalize and say that most government programs do the opposite of what was intended. [Cash for Clunkers, CRA[26], War on Poverty, HUD, etc.] but the conclusion is that these private equity ventures do work despite criticism by the left and profits are the proof for this statement and the liberals ought to be glad that taxes are paid on these profits. They are not, however.

Private equity firms are not lovable, but they forced a renaissance that revived American capitalism. The large questions today are: Will the U.S. continue this process of rigorous creative destruction? More immediately, will the nation take the transformation of the private sector and extend it to the public sector?” - How Change Happens  By DAVID BROOKS

A difficult question

The Obama campaign seems to be drifting willy-nilly into the opposite camp, arguing that the pressures brought to bear by the capital markets over the past few decades were not a good thing, offering no comparably sized agenda to reform the public sector.

In a country that desperately wants change, I have no idea why a party would not compete to be the party of change and transformation. For a candidate like Obama, who successfully ran an unconventional campaign that embodied and promised change, I have no idea why he would want to run a campaign this time that regurgitates the exact same ads and repeats the exact same arguments as so many Democratic campaigns from the ancient past.” - How Change Happens

Neither do I David.

This is commendable and to the point. But, I might offer some explanations for this from my post on the Daily Telegraph, London where the hopeless Greek problem was discussed in detail. [see footnote 27, 28 below]

This is double talk at its worst Jeremy[27]. The most salient fiscal feature on the block here is that Greece has massive debt they can never repay, have refused to accept government spending cuts, want to 'stay in the euro' [read begging for alms] and will vote for more and more money to be thrust into their pockets via 'democracy' as Adam Smith warned us about.

The EU leaders dance around the snake pit chanting that 'austerity doesn't work' and risk a much worse fate when more PIIGS drag down the semi-solvent other members. We find 'leadership' like this only in mental institutions, Ivy League student lounges with ample marijuana fumes and most anywhere in California. And when the whole gig crashes they will announce that 'capitalism has failed' and get back to solutions Lenin wanted.” – rycK’s Comment[28] [see footnote],
And, this theorem can be identified in the Occupy Wall Street hokum and fluff[29] [Open borders migration, Guaranteed living wage income regardless of employment, Free college education, Begin a fast track process to bring the fossil fuel economy to an end and other nonsense] where we hear the government should grab everything like the banks and private property.

We need to revisit Lenin in his glory days of 1919 to hear all about how capitalism has failed and his ‘solution’ to the problem, which turned out to be the Russian Revolution [the second most important event in history according to Lenin]. That solution is achievable by the rabid left at this time if only they can print more money or ruin more business and clearly demonstrate that capitalism has, indeed, failed. This is what I think they are doing.

This outcome is not necessarily a loss for the left. We see in the European Union [such as it is being in flames now] that those people who have lost their jobs will vote for anybody who will give them something and that something must come from others with wealth-hence, wealth redistribution. They can make this work as they have done so in many countries before.

We do not have that much time as our 101% debt-to-GDP and 40% spending deficit push our debt up at a rate approaching .8% per month so a mere 4-5 years will elapse and we will be where Greece is today—busted.


[1] The Growth of Fairy Tales and Hokum over the Growth Imperative: The NYT Wanders About in the Cognitive Swamps again.

[3] The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Insanely Races to Liberal Sanity with Our Tax Monies in Education. Pay Raises for Incompetent Teachers!

[4] The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles About the Limits of Policy in Governance of Minorities. We Must Preserve their Social Capital.

[5] By David Brooks Op-Ed Columnist Published: May 3, 2010 The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Brokenness and other Fluffs He must like Utopias.

[8] The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Decision Making [?!] and Perception?

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Nihilism with Innovative Socialist and Nihilist Overtones.  Raise Taxes!

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Obama and his Failure to Have a Clear Lead Over McCain.

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Education.

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Debt and Blame but Offers No Solution.

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Lincoln, Mercury Pills and The Grip of Emotions. [?!]

From the Babbling Brooks: Confusion, Hokum and Fluff: Vote for Obama

Echoes from the Babbling Brooks Envision a New Conservatism. The New York Times Advises Us on Society, as Usual: Higher Taxes  Posted by rycK on Saturday, February 16, 2008 10:37:49 AM

Tuesday, January 08, 2008 10:36 AM

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Obama and his Failure to Have a Clear Lead Over McCain.

The Babbling Brooks of the NYT Babbles about Education.

Echoes from the Babbling Brooks Envision a New Conservatism. The New York Times Advises Us on Society, as Usual: Higher Taxes  Posted by rycK on Saturday, February 16, 2008 10:37:49 AM

[11] In honor of that celebrated Communist stooge and liar and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for the NYT. The color RED is used in my essays in honor of Walter Duranty, a saint, if there could be one, in the Marxist Archives of Honor.

He said that these people had to be "liquidated or melted in the hot fire of exile and labor into the proletarian mass". Duranty claimed that the Siberian labor camps were a means of giving individuals a chance to rejoin Soviet society but also said that for those who could not accept the system, "the final fate of such enemies is death." Duranty, though describing the system as cruel, says he has "no brief for or against it, nor any purpose save to try to tell the truth". He ends the article with the claim that the brutal collectivization campaign which led to the famine was motivated by the "hope or promise of a subsequent raising up" of Asian-minded masses in the Soviet Union which only history could judge.”

[18] How Change Happens  By DAVID BROOKS, OP-ED COLUMNIST Published: May 21, 2012. [Emphasis is mine in all quotes unless otherwise indicated.]

[19] The company was in terminal decline before Bain entered the picture, seeing its work force fall from 4,500 to less than 1,000. It faced closure when Romney and Bain, for some reason, saw hope for it in 1993. Bain acquired it, induced banks to loan it money and poured $100 million into modernization, according to Strassel. Bain held onto the company for eight years, hardly the pattern of a looter. Finally, after all the effort, the company, like many other old-line steel companies, filed for bankruptcy protection in 2001, two years after Romney had left Bain.

[20] The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life (ISBN: 0029146739)
by Herrnstein, Richard J. and  Murray, Charles  Free Press of Glencoe , Inc, Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A., 1994.

[22] Political Lies, Ghouls, Dictators and the Eternal Quest for your Wealth.,_ghouls,_dictators_and_the_eternal_quest_for_your_wealth.thtml “The quest for ‘equality’ and ‘social justice’ might be attained in other ways we are told and that ‘education’ of the masses is the way to do this. If we teach our offspring to be classless and steep them in fairness and humanity then social justice will spring forth like flowers in the meadows.  The disease that prevented this splendor was capitalism. Any intrinsic truths in the educational theory entrenched in this message failed to materialize in the society as a whole because of two factors: propaganda and the maldistribution of cognitive attributes or IQs. “

“To fix this problem, propaganda must replace education. The trickle down theory of distribution of wealth was unacceptable according to the new educated view.  Now leaders of corporations became greedy tyrants and exploited their employees instead of being benefactors and employing millions from their risk-taking and ingenuity. Only a few of these entrepreneurs would rise to power and they were not the ones who by an accident of birth became royal rulers, but they were the ones who were adept in business. In England those who were originally privileged to become educated by their royal parents or peers of the realm were supplanted by those with higher intelligence, more assertive personalities and advancing business skills. Education had now, in the views of the left, produced the same monsters as the royal bed chambers and must be severely modified to teach the masses how to recognize the proper leaders that would create a more liberal society. Education, then, must be modified and transformed into a major propaganda mechanism [a lie machine] that would create a mold where the elite could push out conditioned citizens who would conform to the liberal model. The citizens must be ‘educated’ to the phony notion that socialism or one of its variants is the best form of government for all. This, of course, is a lie and a difficult one to implement without some heavy propaganda and some other drastic measures. The left used both.  Educators must now be social tyrants and act as stooges of some leftist social agenda to hold jobs in the leftist-dominated educational system. Testing must be minimized and students passed along to higher grade levels without regard for academic credentials or any recognizable form of performance. Politics has now replaced facts.”

[23] The Futile Attempt of Forcing Equality Among the Masses.

[24] The Futile Attempt of Forcing Equality

[26] Our government decided that ‘affordable housing’ was some obvious social mandate and passed the CRA [Community Reinvestment Act][26][26] that has now created mountains of bad debt[26] by forcing banks to give away free houses to the uncreditworthy low class in exchange for their votes under penalty of prosecution by the government. We now have several trillion dollars in worthless mortgages that are forcing bank failures. The scam here was that banks were forced to loan money to people with poor credit, scant educational skills, drug addicts and even illegal aliens and could peddle this worthless paper into the government financial dumpsters known as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. These two phony big-lie federal quasi-government corporations racked up 3-5 trillion dollars in debt [we don’t know how much yet and it must much larger than that] and started off a steep recession that will probably turn into a depression.[26] We cannot sustain such a high debt and it is quickly doubling during the Obama administration.

[27] Jeremy Warner author of the article. Jeremy Warner, assistant editor of The Daily Telegraph, is one of Britain's leading business and economics commentators. He is @telegraphwarner on Twitter.

Jeremy Warner printed this: "The Greek problem has been consistently misdiagnosed and mismanaged right from the start. First there was the suggestion a year ago from Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy that if Greece didn't buckle under and agree austerity it might be chucked out. Markets reacted logically by selling bonds in any country that looked vulnerable, thereby making it much harder for all periphery governments to fund themselves.

This disastrous admission was compounded by attempts to underpin confidence in the financial system by forcing banks to mark their sovereign debt to market. This destroyed the concept of the "risk free asset", forcing banks for the first time to apply capital to their sovereign debt exposures. Unsurprisingly, they stopped buying sovereign bonds in the distressed countries, again making it harder for governments to fund themselves."

[29] The "Occupy Wall Street" protesters have listed 13 proposed demands from their website.

Demand one: Restoration of the living wage. This demand can only be met by ending "Freetrade" by re-imposing trade tariffs on all imported goods entering the American market to level the playing field for domestic family farming and domestic manufacturing as most nations that are dumping cheap products onto the American market have radical wage and environmental regulation advantages. Another policy that must be instituted is raise the minimum wage to twenty dollars an hr.

Demand two: Institute a universal single payer healthcare system. To do this all private insurers must be banned from the healthcare market as their only effect on the health of patients is to take money away from doctors, nurses and hospitals preventing them from doing their jobs and hand that money to wall st. investors.

Demand three: Guaranteed living wage income regardless of employment.

Demand four: Free college education.

Demand five: Begin a fast track process to bring the fossil fuel economy to an end while at the same bringing the alternative energy economy up to energy demand.

Demand six: One trillion dollars in infrastructure (Water, Sewer, Rail, Roads and Bridges and Electrical Grid) spending now.

Demand seven: One trillion dollars in ecological restoration planting forests, reestablishing wetlands and the natural flow of river systems and decommissioning of all of America's nuclear power plants.

Demand eight: Racial and gender equal rights amendment.

Demand nine: Open borders migration. anyone can travel anywhere to work and live.

Demand ten: Bring American elections up to international standards of a paper ballot precinct counted and recounted in front of an independent and party observers system.

Demand eleven: Immediate across the board debt forgiveness for all. Debt forgiveness of sovereign debt, commercial loans, home mortgages, home equity loans, credit card debt, student loans and personal loans now! All debt must be stricken from the "Books." World Bank Loans to all Nations, Bank to Bank Debt and all Bonds and Margin Call Debt in the stock market including all Derivatives or Credit Default Swaps, all 65 trillion dollars of them must also be stricken from the "Books." And I don't mean debt that is in default, I mean all debt on the entire planet period.

Demand twelve: Outlaw all credit reporting agencies.

Demand thirteen: Allow all workers to sign a ballot at any time during a union organizing campaign or at any time that represents their yeah or nay to having a union represent them in collective bargaining or to form a union.