I have been trying to update my Diamond Joker playing card, but I have so much information that I’ve only got halfway:
Capitalism is as corrupt as a rotten apple. It’s the economy Stupid! U accept U think there’s no alternative (organized lying and media control). Change the economy 2 NO MANS LAND. belongs 2 no one! We R custodians. Use of should be rented exploitation of land sea, air, underground untapped millions 4 public purse, fair distribution of wealth. invests in a future we don’t have, spends more than we earn; global debt is accounted an asset tho’ it can never be repaid. This debt is equivalent to subsidies from the tax payer. (US debt 18tr.). creates debt it is inefficient; it is syphoned off 4 the rich 45000 people die every day from starvation. The rich R educated 2 believe they R fit 2 run ; other people R ignorant + don’t know what’s good 4 them, hence, the trickle-down theory: what’s good 4 the rich is good for ev. = self-interest of the rich tax cuts outsourcing, deterioration of services, bailout by banks, austerity, subsidies 4 investors. Ev. that lives + grows is sold undercost. True cost NO MANS LAND. has to go its not based on the value of land + it will kill us. It’s the cause of climate change. True value No Mans Land .
I would somehow like to include these 2 or 3 quotations:
Robert F. Kennedy Jnr.: “In the 1970’s Exxon formally standard oil employed the world’s most brilliant carbon scientists to understand every stage of oil production. Those scientists warned Exxon: your business plan is a suicide pact. Exxon’s response was to spend a fortune in a campaign of climate denial.”
“The deep state does exist. It has already obliterated the middle class and has democracy on the ropes – giant monopolies – coal, oil, chemical, steel and pharmaceuticals, recently joined by telecom, Big Tech, Big Data – all bound in a web of corruption to our global military-intelligence apparatus.”
This quote really sums up America today. Other people R enemy.
‘The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight’ by Thom Hartmann: “In the 24 hours since this time yesterday, over 200,000 acres of rainforest have been destroyed in our world. 13 million tonnes of toxic chemicals have been released into our environment. Over 45,000 people have died of starvation, 38,000 of them children. More than 130 plant or animal species have been driven to extinction by the actions of humans (the last time there was such a rapid loss of species was when the dinosaurs vanished.) And all this just since yesterday.”
These statistics are 20 years old, extinction is exponential, I don’t have the figures today.