Friday, 18 November 2011

'MLM income opportunity' fraud is central to understanding the 'Occupy Wall Street' protest


Shyam
'MLM Income Opportunity' fraud is only part of a much wider historical phenomenon which has been described as a 'corporate coup d'etat.' For, today, in the USA (and many other countries), there exist a host of insatiable corporate parasites, feeding off the people and off our planet, but which are controlled by a minority of fabulously-wealthy bosses who have been allowed to subvert the democratic process, and the rule of law, through the bribing of stupid, and/or lazy, and/or corrupt, legislators via a criminogenic system arbitrarily defined by its instigator/beneficiaries as 'lobbying'. That said, 'MLM income opportunity' fraud is perhaps one of the most-extreme examples of this secret revolution, but which many people (including the members of the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement) still have not fully-recognised.
In now appears that the US authorities are making a conscious effort to break up the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement on the grounds that by occupying a public space, its members are breaking the law. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-15784439 . Ironically, just like you and me (and the supporters of Corporate Frauds Watch) the members of the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement, are only asking for the rule of law to be restored.
The 'Occupy Wall Street' movement started two months ago and has quickly spread all accross the USA. Although, the mainstream corporate media has generally tried to dismiss its members as an insignificant minority of work-shy, left-wing nut-cases, violent anarchists, dangerous radicals, without any elected leaders, or clear objectives to their futile protest, in reality, the 'Occupy Wall Street' movement has mainly comprised free-thinking, everyday Americans of all ages, sexes, ethnic backgrounds and walks of life. In short, these are the ordinary decent people of the American Republic - dissidents who recognise that they have been betrayed, not by traditional capitalism or their traditional democratic system of government, but by successive elected-governments whose stupid, and/or lazy, and/or corrupt, members have ignored the US Constitution and allowed themelves to become financially-dependent on gangs of corporate racketeers posing as 'compassionate capitalists.'
A perfect illustration of the tragedy that is now unfolding in the USA, occurred yesterday, when a retired Philadelphia police Captain, Ray Lewis, was arrested. He was one of the 'Occupy Wall Street' protestors. Proudly wearing his dress uniform, Ray Lewis was cheered and applauded by the crowd as he was handcuffed and led away by the officers of an unthinking police force whom he pities as 'Wall Street mercenaries'.
 
 
Far from being dangerous radicals and revolutionaries, dignified men like Ray Lewis, are actually conservative heros; for he has been acting in defence of his Republic and of its Constitution, in the face of a corporate coup d'etat.
In my not so humble opinion, Ray Lewis should be given a medal. 
 
David Brear (copyright 2011) 
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1 comment:

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