The champion of communist policies, Andrew Yang, has joined CNN as a Communist political commentator. Freedom is no longer “cool,” as now we are expected to be content with our enslavement and the ruling classes’ rules forever.
“I’m excited to join @CNN to help shed light on the election and the candidates’ experiences,” Yang wrote in a tweet following the announcement. “Learned a lot these past months and am glad to contribute to the public discussion.” There isn’t much light to be shed other than the ruling class elitists and the establishment politicians that make it up are the entire problem.
I’m excited to join @CNN to help shed light on the election and the candidates’ experiences. Learned a lot these past months and am glad to contribute to the public discussion.
— Andrew Yang?⬆️?? (@AndrewYang) February 19, 2020
Like all politicians, Yang is noting more than parasite who seeks to enjoy life at the expense of others. In “Parasites on Parade,” Larken Rose (author of “The Most Dangerous Superstition” and “The Iron Web”) uses his own direct experiences with bureaucratic and judicial stupidity, intrusion and corruption to illustrate why, everywhere and at all times, in every situation and at every level, government sucks! Parasites on Parade exposes the mentality and tactics of various state busybodies and also provides an important lesson regarding the true nature of political “authority,” and the problems and abuses it naturally creates.
Yang, a businessman who desperately begs government to pander to him while punishing those who refuse to enslave themselves to the ruling class, ended his campaign last week. Thank goodness. Yang, unfortunately, rose from obscurity to become a highly-visible candidate, rallying a coalition of liberal Democrats, communists, and authoritarians to form a devoted group of followers known as the Yang Gang. He focused his campaign on the already proven ineffective “universal basic income,” a pilar of communist control.
A prominent platform in Yang’s campaign was his so-called Freedom Dividend (which would give you everything but freedom in the same manner as slavery has), a plan to give every American adult $1,000 a month universal basic income that he argued would alleviate a host of social ills and eradicate poverty.
Now we can all hear Yang’s communist propaganda on CNN. Tune in for your regularly scheduled “programming.”
Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, and Mao would all be proud of CNN and Andrew Yang for making sure all humans except a select few are slaves for life to their governments.
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You are not allowed to have a tv channel.
No teevee? How do you figger out which way to point the furniture?
I realized there be no point getting worked up too much over the state of things. Things in the US have been well so long that foolishness is allowed to exist. A few following examples; college kids demonstrating for Marxism, yet they enjoy freedoms, a lifestyle, standard of living, quality of life, and opportunities that could never exist in a type of country or political system that they insist is better. Or masses of snowflakes across the country demanding open borders with the flow of unlimited hordes of low-skilled 3rd world immigration flooding into the US labor force, which severely drives down average wages, but yet insist they get a 15 dollar/hr. minimum wage – totally incompatible. Or the millions and millions of people who keep demanding more and more free stuff (food stamps, free medical/dental care, free or subsidized housing, free public transportation, free education, even getting free computers, internet service, cars, and cell phones – yet pay nothing into the system that makes it possible. Or legislatures insisting all privately held firearms be taken away from law-abiding citizens who legally own them, but do almost nothing about minority based crime (a study shows if eliminating minority based crimes from statistics the crime rate in almost all categories in the US would be lower than Belgium). An especially egregious problem is that officialdom has created a two-tiered system of justice in this country. Those that have no influence or connections get it broken off in the ass, but wealthy, connected, powerful, or those for political sake, mostly get free passes. And there is an almost endless list of other examples.
The point is these conditions won’t last much longer, probably in about 5 years. Actually, the well is dry now as the economy and gov’t is almost entirely sustained by deficit spending. Even though officialdom tries to control everything, one thing they don’t control, and can no longer anyway, is the unbelievably gigantic, totally out of control unreconcilable gov’t debt, at all levels, best said as altogether hopeless – and officialdom knows it. When it swallows up our economy and financial systems our standard of living and quality of life will go in the trash, everything else will then unwind and be unsustainable. That which is tolerated now will not be tolerated then. Officialdom will respond with a number of things like raising taxes, confiscating investments and accounts, more domestic spying, limiting rights, maybe even a war – it won’t work. Gov’t control and power will actually decline.
There is a fundamental law, as inviolate as any physical law, that any complex condition, situation, movement, or structure carries the seeds of its own destruction. There is never no if, only when. There is another inviolable fundamental law – the longer a defunct condition is propagated, the worse the collapse.
I am not an old man, I am playing my hand now so that me and mine will be alright. And not just be alright but actually leverage it into empowerment.
One of my best friends is a 72 year old Vietnam veteran. His job description was sneaking behind enemy lines, usually into cities, dressed like the locals and assassinating high level communist tyrants. He’s still a bad ass in spite of his age,and fully prepared to whack some more commies if things go south in this country. Those A-holes better realize not everyone in the U.S.A. is just going to bend over and accept they’re tyranny.
Sorry, but I can’t help but laugh at this thesis. As opposed to a slave of a bank or employer? Seriously.
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What goes into the choosing of a bridal gown? We cooked up an unscientific survey and inflicted it on our friends and acquaintances in order to find out. We asked whether they took a risk with their wedding dress, whether they were glad they did and what they liked best about their dresses. laptop computer comes first; tendencies follow.
1. On a balance of 1 to 5, With 1 = appearing like yourself (On a top of the class day, sure) And 5 = guests hardly accepted you, which you were so radiant, Rate the way you wanted to look on wedding and reception day.
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someone five? great wedding 1: Wanted to resemble a 5. wedding planning 2: Wanted to turn into a 1.
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menace? Wedding 2 I wore a red cocktail dress by Max Azria for BCBG (On an expectant bride!)
you to definitely five? I’d reveal a 2. quite as good as my best day, But truly still myself.I did not want guests or my better half to wonder who the sultry stranger in warpaint strutting down the aisle was.
pick three? I i thought i’d look like me, Be scenic, And be comfy.
concurrent risk? no, No risks whichever. Very glad just that take any risks
dread? My greatest anxiety about my dress was determining at the final fitting (Two days before the special) That I had gained some weight in my hips and it was all bunchy and ill fitting. Completely noteworthy, Like I had shoe horned my through. They had to slit each side of the tighter fitting slip layer to give me enough room. in the end, The dressmaker did her magic and in the end, you won’t ever would’ve known.
Spanx/no spanx? Hells yeah, Spanx! See previous worry.
Loved the? I fell in love with the lacy, typical femininity of my dress (typically not my style. I’m far from a frilly femme).purportedly, The technical name of the seller’s lace is “Alencon lace, And it made me feel just the blushing bride. wow, And I loved loved loved the fact that I didn’t have to wear any sort of bra or contraption underneath, It had made in cups, hardly anything else needed. Except when my better half dipped me low during our dance, I think my nips may have made a sneak appear out the top. Oops.
Marcelle Fiedler, Albuquerque, New mexico
Three content? I want to look like me, I wanted feel relaxed, And I wanted to do look beautiful. I really did n’t want a white dress, But Seth helped me. So I said rankings look. Once shopping I got overly enthusiastic and could not decide on a dress.
obtain a risk? I had a petticoat that made it poofy and impossible to go to the toilet. Just read on Wikipedia that the petticoat was designed (in to 1500’s) to check a large bust (Something I do not have). nicely, It did make the gown poofy.
pleased? I like my dress but it was achievement my style. I go caught up in the wedding thing and bought a dress that was simple yet not simple.
burden? That it would fall down. At the last minute I added straps to a strapless dress.
Spanx/no Spanx? just what spanx?
Love more? I loved furnishings and how it tied up the back. But I tied it too tight because I was afraid it would fall. that it was a gauzy, ethereal, Ivory colored thing with a floral design, Three quarter fleshlight sleeves and a scoop neck. Nothing sexy regarding it. Not a dress which could stop any traffic. For lifespan of me, I can’t remember what I was thinking when I got it. i really didn’t know who I was, hence airy, Insubstantial dress seems to emphasise that fact.