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I no longer bubble with rage when a new outbreak of corporate wokeness erupts across our fruited plain. It’s just another day in the pathetic life of the Land of the Greedy and the Home of the Enslaved. To wit: this week’s parade of U.S. companies ostentatiously trumpeting “health care coverage” for employees who want to travel to Planned Parenthood-beholden states to destroy the lives of their unborn babies in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision overturning Roe v. Wade.

You know and I know that these firms aren’t leaping forward to shower “health” benefits (translation: fetal homicide subsidies) on workers out of compassion or principle. It’s not even about straightforward financial calculations. Yes, of course, covering workers’ quickie trips to eliminate inconvenient life is much cheaper than footing the bill for extended maternity leaves. But the bottom line is this: Corporate aborti-mania is driven by abject fear and quivering compliance with cultural authoritarianism.

The woke bullies of American capitalism (LOL) are not really bullies at all. They’re yellow-bellied pimpers of Chinese-made goods and globo-homogenized services who are captives — not captains — of the regime. They are mortified by boycotts and terrified by bad press (see what happened to Pepsi in January after abortifa targeted the company for its donation to the Texas GOP). So they surrender to the violence-threatening wrath of a miserably hideous minority of hysterical harridans online and on the ground.

The CEO of Dick’s Sporting Goods, Lauren Hobart, announced on her LinkedIn account that the company is “prepared to ensure that all of our teammates have consistent and safe access to the benefits we provide, regardless of the state in which they live.” That means forking over \$4,000 per worker, spouse or dependent’s abortion. Outdoor clothing retailer Patagonia followed suit, with a press release filled with gooey rhetoric about “caring” for their employees’ “choices.” Again: LOL.

No one is fooled by Big Business leaders wrapping themselves in “My Body, My Choice” rhetoric. (Hello, Alaska Airlines, Google, Citigroup, Apple, Microsoft, JPMorgan, Columbia Sportswear, Nike, Adidas, Uber, Netflix, Disney, etc., etc., etc.) Everything is performative theater. Never forget: The companies who ruthlessly cracked down on maskless autistic toddlers and senior citizens on respirators — the same ones who threatened, punished and fired vaccine objectors en masse — are now preening loudly about their “culture of care,” “equity” and commitment to sacred health care “rights.” The corporate enforcers of COVID-19 tyranny are now the corporate enforcers of abortion-as-health-care extremism because that is what the Beltway swamp decrees and the TikTok mob demands.

The late dissident playwright and Czech president Vaclav Havel exposed the motivations of today’s woke banner-wavers in his “greengrocer” parable, detailed in his seminal 1978 essay, “The Power of the Powerless”:

A shopkeeper places a sign in his grocery store window proclaiming, “Workers of the world, unite!”

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“Why does he do it?” Havel asks. One answer: to avoid conflict. “If he were to refuse, there could be trouble. He could be reproached for not having the proper decoration in his window; someone might even accuse him of disloyalty. He does it because these things must be done if one is to get along in life.” It’s a signal of capitulation and conformity.

“I, the greengrocer XY, live here and I know what I must do. I behave in the manner expected of me. I can be depended upon and am beyond reproach. I am obedient and therefore I have the right to be left in peace,” Havel decoded the placard’s slogan. “This message, of course, has an addressee: it is directed above, to the greengrocer’s superior, and at the same time it is a shield that protects the greengrocer from potential informers” (or online snitches and outrage manufacturers in modern day).

Communist ideology, like today’s corporate woke ideology, “is a veil behind which human beings can hide their own fallen existence, their trivialization, and their adaptation to the status quo,” Havel declared. “It is an excuse that everyone can use, from the greengrocer, who conceals his fear of losing his job behind an alleged interest in the unification of the workers of the world, to the highest functionary, whose interest in staying in power can be cloaked in phrases about service to the working class.”

These corrupt American corporations and their comrades above and below have less might than either they or we think they do. Abortion is murder, not health care. 1+1 = 2. Ignorance is an abyss. If individual citizens conscientiously conduct the business of their own lives in truth, not trepidation, the power of the powerless cannot be suppressed.

Michelle Malkin’s email address is [email protected]

 
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  1. I get the impression that a very large minority, if not a majority, of the citizens of the (dis) United States really just don’t want to be bothered too much by this tedious business of living. The Left is a relentless, though by no means unified, social-engineering juggernaut. If the Left backs off, it is not to admit error in their program, or miscalculation in their advance, but to temporarily allow the Right a respite, which it will see as a sign of victory. Then, when wits are dulled and the people are placated, the Left continues it march into whatever glorious future they see. This has been Leftist strategy for decades. They never stop.
    The Right, and especially the Pro-Life movement employed tactics used by the Left and relentless promoted a Pro-Life agenda. It took decades to overturn Roe. Based on the Pro-Life Movements success, it is possible to galvanize enough of the population to attain a specific goal. However, as diverse and divided and decadent as modern American has become, I do not believe another victory on the sane level as overturning Roe is possible.
    I just hope this doesn’t turn into a Pyrrhic victory! Imagine the reaction fomenting in the Blue states.

    • Replies: @Emslander
    @Baxter


    I get the impression that a very large minority, if not a majority, of the citizens of the (dis) United States really just don’t want to be bothered too much by this tedious business of living.
     
    The endless self-delusion in the USA that it is somehow richer, stronger, more up to date and special will have to be punctured before we learn to live, as you say. Anglin pointed out that you can drop into nearly any country around the planet and find yourself in a cleaner, more advanced and more convenient surrounding than flying into any of our most famous cities. Just try flying anywhere. It is an experience very similar to tales of torture by brutal oriental regimes of the 1600's.

    We no longer know what living is. My peasant grandfather had a much better life working many hours every day of the year on his produce farm in the Midwest than anyone currently slaving away at his bond sales or stock brokering.
    , @Veracity
    @Baxter

    The anti-abortionists DID NOT create a political majority to take their cause to victory (despite what the 4th Amendment says). With luck and perjured testimony they flipped the Supreme Court.

  2. Fiery rebuke to the totalitarian Left. Well said! It’s also important to remember that most corporations follow political trends. For them, it’s all about profitability. Nothing more. These are publicly-traded companies, after all. They are accountable to their shareholders. And shareholder value comes first.

    Most corporate entities are therefore concerned with mundane matter such as increasing profitability, boosting product innovation, cutting costs, improving customer relations, and capturing market share. That’s it. Only a handful of major businesses (legacy media, entertainment, and social media) are deeply involved in political issues, news analysis, headline construction, news censorship, and disseminating propaganda. It’s these top level manipulators/curators of public perception which deserve our utmost attention. And sometimes contempt.

    Corporations differ. Hugely. There’s an enormous difference in cultural impact between, say, General Motors on one had and a company like Facebook or Google on the other. This fact must be reckoned with.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @mark green

    Though we agree on ideology in general, Mark, I don't agree with what you wrote about Big Biz (at least) companies being all about profitability anymore. After all, there have been Feral Government bail-outs of different industries in the past, so they can count on that if they kiss government ass which means following the woke narrative.

    It's not just the HR ladies* now. Corporate big-wigs are almost all craven cowards now. They will stand for NOTHING but the woke line, at the expense of competency, profits, and employee morale.

    Mrs. Malkin mentioned the firings of employees due to their not taking the Kung Flu jab. There is a big shortage of nurses due to those being fired and also some who got sick from the vax too. They are pushing for more hiring of immigrants from the Philippines.

    OTOH, certain big airline companies have backed off on requiring the jab for new hires, as they need pilots very badly right now. They lost the battle of requiring the already-flying pilots to all take the shot many months ago. It pays to fight back.

    The Peak Stupidity blog will have more on this later this week or next, plus something related, retail Big Biz's push for the elimination of cash. They'd love for things to be just as Orwellian as they are in China. We'll post an anecdote later today.

    .

    * Peak Stupidity on The HR ladies - scourge of the business world:
    Part 1
    Part 2
    Exhibit A: Toby Flenderson
    Part 3

    Replies: @Fidelios Automata

    , @Sir Launcelot Canning
    @mark green


    For them, it’s all about profitability. Nothing more.
     
    I don't buy this at all. If it was really profits and "nothing more," then corporations would stay out of it. Why would they risk alienating part of their customer base, like Gillette, Coca-Cola, or Disney did? No, corporations are afraid of something or someone.

    Replies: @mark green

    , @HallParvey
    @mark green


    These are publicly-traded companies, after all. They are accountable to their shareholders. And shareholder value comes first.
     
    Corporations are legalistic fiction. They exist mostly in the government records of the state of Delaware. Their owners, on the other hand, are generally hidden by multiple layers of banks, stock brokers and other legalistic fictions.

    And, surprise, surprise. Guess what demographic makes up the vast majority of the stock holding owners. The same people who own the Mighty Wurlitzer. Yep. Them. If a corporation doesn't obey their dictates, sorry, suggestions, people might get fired.

    Ever heard of "Jimmy the Greek"?
    , @Wilson Z.
    @mark green

    I fully agree about corporate profit motivated by greed. But a “totalitarian Left”? Really? Is this re-birth of Uncle Joe Stalin? Give me a break!

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  3. @mark green
    Fiery rebuke to the totalitarian Left. Well said! It's also important to remember that most corporations follow political trends. For them, it's all about profitability. Nothing more. These are publicly-traded companies, after all. They are accountable to their shareholders. And shareholder value comes first.

    Most corporate entities are therefore concerned with mundane matter such as increasing profitability, boosting product innovation, cutting costs, improving customer relations, and capturing market share. That's it. Only a handful of major businesses (legacy media, entertainment, and social media) are deeply involved in political issues, news analysis, headline construction, news censorship, and disseminating propaganda. It's these top level manipulators/curators of public perception which deserve our utmost attention. And sometimes contempt.

    Corporations differ. Hugely. There's an enormous difference in cultural impact between, say, General Motors on one had and a company like Facebook or Google on the other. This fact must be reckoned with.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @HallParvey, @Wilson Z.

    Though we agree on ideology in general, Mark, I don’t agree with what you wrote about Big Biz (at least) companies being all about profitability anymore. After all, there have been Feral Government bail-outs of different industries in the past, so they can count on that if they kiss government ass which means following the woke narrative.

    It’s not just the HR ladies* now. Corporate big-wigs are almost all craven cowards now. They will stand for NOTHING but the woke line, at the expense of competency, profits, and employee morale.

    Mrs. Malkin mentioned the firings of employees due to their not taking the Kung Flu jab. There is a big shortage of nurses due to those being fired and also some who got sick from the vax too. They are pushing for more hiring of immigrants from the Philippines.

    OTOH, certain big airline companies have backed off on requiring the jab for new hires, as they need pilots very badly right now. They lost the battle of requiring the already-flying pilots to all take the shot many months ago. It pays to fight back.

    The Peak Stupidity blog will have more on this later this week or next, plus something related, retail Big Biz’s push for the elimination of cash. They’d love for things to be just as Orwellian as they are in China. We’ll post an anecdote later today.

    .

    * Peak Stupidity on The HR ladies – scourge of the business world:
    Part 1
    Part 2
    Exhibit A: Toby Flenderson
    Part 3

    • Replies: @Fidelios Automata
    @Achmed E. Newman

    All woke HR managers and employees should be fired. They're a scourge on our nation.

  4. The solution to this is to shop local and support small business wherever possible.

    Best Buy probably supports abortion/Pride/BLM, your local no name electronics store probably doesn’t. Your local store may not have a points program or the same huge sales, but in return you get to keep your soul.

  5. The left has won. It looks to me like all of the largest corporations and probably most of the medium sized ones have been converged. They all have HR departments that are inhabited by leftists. Most of them snap right in line when the government comes up with their leftist programs. I don’t remember very many corporations that did not jump in with both feet to get on the Covid train. There were a few but those were smaller entities as I remember.

    Elections mean nothing. Assuming we could overcome the fraud in elections, and manage to place Republicans in a majority position, they will just carry on the leftist agenda themselves. For example Trump, as far as I know, at least as recently as three months ago, is still is a vax cheerleader. Trump: ” The Vaccine never harmed anyone.” I guess he can’t read. So our best hope for 2024 is him?

    The good news is since the left has control of everything that means everything is doomed. These people could not run a lemonaid stand so they will destroy everything including themselves. Let’s hope that they at least leave out the nukes.

  6. Ms Malkin is half right. For corporations it is about the money, but it is not about public accolades. Corporations wanted women in the work force to double the labor pool and bid down wages. Rule requiring equal treatment for women in the workplace were a big corporate win because they dramatically bid down wages for everyone. Now that there are workplaces teeming with women (usually in staff jobs) corporations don’t want those women leaving work with unplanned pregnancy. Hence, abortion is very much on the corporate medical services menu. The ideal corporate employee is a member of a homosexual or lesbian couple, stable, affluent, no children. The next level ideal corporate employee is the single woman (more stable than the single man). The corporation would like to keep their single female single and child less. The least desired corporate employee is a married family person. Of the married family types, the very least desirable is the mom (or potential mom) because of pregnancy time, maternity leave, and the constant demands placed on parents by young children. If there is a corporate abortion benefit, you can be sure there will be pressure to use the benefit instead of having children. If you look at most corporate health insurance where employees pay a portion of the cost, an employee needs to “elect” for family or child coverage and pay a substantial fee (usually equivalent to the cost of a typical live birth) even to elect family health coverage. That benefit has to be elected before a pregnancy begins for there to be pregnancy coverage. The real “tell” on corporate attitude will be that the abortion coverage will be available to all, the “family” and pregnancy coverage will be available only to those who pay the extra premium. The corporate message is clear, no children while you work for us.

    • Replies: @anon
    @Harry Huntington

    You summed it up nicely.

    Childless drones sitting in cubicles playing with their childish E-toys.

  7. Truth always rests with the minority, and the minority is always stronger than the majority, because the minority is generally formed by those who really have an opinion, while the strength of a majority is illusory, formed by the gangs who have no opinion — and who, therefore, in the next instant (when it is evident that the minority is the stronger) assume its opinion, which then becomes that of the majority, i.e., becomes nonsense by having the whole [mass] on its side, while Truth again reverts to a new minority.

    In regard to Truth, this troublesome monster, the majority, the public, etc., fares in the same way as we say of someone who is traveling to regain his health: he is always one station behind.

    Kierkegaard

  8. So our best hope for 2024 is him?

    I hope not too many patriotic Americans really believe that, George. No, it’s not.

    I’ll give him this: Donald Trump can hold a great rally. He gets people involved. I hate to put it this way, because, no matter how much of a bullshitter and incompetent manager he is, I like the guy, but: Our best option would be a Trump/DeSantis ticket, with Trump for Pres, as his ego won’t let him do anything else, and Trump kicks it about the first week or so. I know, that’s not nice to say, but it’d be the best thing for the country.

    Oh, and no, I don’t think elections are going to cure this nation’s ills either. The financial stupidity has almost reached Peak, and it will take the system down. All that other stupidity? Once the SHTF, it stops! (Well, unless we go Communist, which is not at all out of the question.)

    No thanks needed, readers. I am glad to be here to brighten the day for everyone!

  9. I recently read Kara Dansky’s “The Abolition of Sex: How the Transgender Agenda Harms Women and Girls.” She’s an abortion rights activist, a position I find appalling. Yet even hard-core leftists like Dansky are waking up to the reality the corporate wokeness is NOT about helping anybody; it’s about greed and control.

  10. @Achmed E. Newman
    @mark green

    Though we agree on ideology in general, Mark, I don't agree with what you wrote about Big Biz (at least) companies being all about profitability anymore. After all, there have been Feral Government bail-outs of different industries in the past, so they can count on that if they kiss government ass which means following the woke narrative.

    It's not just the HR ladies* now. Corporate big-wigs are almost all craven cowards now. They will stand for NOTHING but the woke line, at the expense of competency, profits, and employee morale.

    Mrs. Malkin mentioned the firings of employees due to their not taking the Kung Flu jab. There is a big shortage of nurses due to those being fired and also some who got sick from the vax too. They are pushing for more hiring of immigrants from the Philippines.

    OTOH, certain big airline companies have backed off on requiring the jab for new hires, as they need pilots very badly right now. They lost the battle of requiring the already-flying pilots to all take the shot many months ago. It pays to fight back.

    The Peak Stupidity blog will have more on this later this week or next, plus something related, retail Big Biz's push for the elimination of cash. They'd love for things to be just as Orwellian as they are in China. We'll post an anecdote later today.

    .

    * Peak Stupidity on The HR ladies - scourge of the business world:
    Part 1
    Part 2
    Exhibit A: Toby Flenderson
    Part 3

    Replies: @Fidelios Automata

    All woke HR managers and employees should be fired. They’re a scourge on our nation.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  11. Abortion, unfortunately, is necessary. 47% of all Black women’s pregnancies are aborted. Black people are extremely promiscuous. Without abortion, their birthrate would double from 1.9 births per woman to 3.8 births per woman. At those rates, they would be 1/2 of the U.S. population within 50 years. Do conservatives want to be a tiny minority in a largely black population?

    In Africa, their birth rate is 4.4 children per woman. Their population will double in the next 28 years, to 2.5 billion. By 2100, they will have more than 4 billion people. Who will feed them? No one, .. so they will migrate north to Europe, to be fed.

    • Agree: mark green, anarchyst
    • Replies: @Abelard Lindsey
    @ruralguy

    This is worth considering in another perspective. Most "right-leaning" people such as myself tend to be quasi-libertarian. We're into classical liberalism. The so-called alt-right or neo-reaction began emerging on the internet about 10 years ago in reaction to this, driven by the consideration of bio-diversity. However, the problem with the far-right is that they are driven to pursue anti-liberty agendas, of which the basis of, have strayed considerably away from issues of bio-diversity. A good example is immigration.

    , @Emslander
    @ruralguy

    I do really feel sorry for you. It's not just the racism. It's the absolute failure of anyone or anything in your life to have struck a single spark of love for your fellow human beings. It must be very dark in there.

    Replies: @ruralguy, @Achmed E. Newman

  12. @mark green
    Fiery rebuke to the totalitarian Left. Well said! It's also important to remember that most corporations follow political trends. For them, it's all about profitability. Nothing more. These are publicly-traded companies, after all. They are accountable to their shareholders. And shareholder value comes first.

    Most corporate entities are therefore concerned with mundane matter such as increasing profitability, boosting product innovation, cutting costs, improving customer relations, and capturing market share. That's it. Only a handful of major businesses (legacy media, entertainment, and social media) are deeply involved in political issues, news analysis, headline construction, news censorship, and disseminating propaganda. It's these top level manipulators/curators of public perception which deserve our utmost attention. And sometimes contempt.

    Corporations differ. Hugely. There's an enormous difference in cultural impact between, say, General Motors on one had and a company like Facebook or Google on the other. This fact must be reckoned with.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @HallParvey, @Wilson Z.

    For them, it’s all about profitability. Nothing more.

    I don’t buy this at all. If it was really profits and “nothing more,” then corporations would stay out of it. Why would they risk alienating part of their customer base, like Gillette, Coca-Cola, or Disney did? No, corporations are afraid of something or someone.

    • Replies: @mark green
    @Sir Launcelot Canning


    If [corporate behavior] was really [just about] profits and “nothing more,” then corporations would stay [away from Woke crusades].
     
    Yes, you are correct. But it wasn't always this way. Before the 60s, the war against Whites in America was little more than a Black and Jewish fantasy. America was still mostly unashamed and proudly White Christian.

    In today's America, there are diversity and inclusion dictates, anti-discrimination laws, and countless NGO's which continuously pressure (and sometimes orchestrate boycotts) of companies that do not hire enough gays, Blacks, and women, or do their part to actively suppress speech deemed 'hateful' (by the usual suspects.) Blackness is celebrated like never before, and unattractive Black faces are now ubiquitous in US film and television. This is actually a relatively new phenomenon.

    I recall back in the 80s, as a small businessman in San Francisco, I had to prove that I was in no way directly--or even indirectly--involved with any dealings with the White South Africa government as well as any US-based companies still doing business in Apartheid South Africa--in order to conduct business with the City of SF. Incredible, but true.

    I had to fill out a lengthy, multi-page application to the City in order to be cleared of this (potential) sin. Since then, these politicized intrusions have only gotten worse.

    Left wing activism in the US has become a cancer on personal freedom in general and White interests in particular.

    Ironically, today--that other Apartheid state--is not only protected from boycott and treated as sacred in Washington, but it is unconditionally subsidized by our moral superiors who dominate our elected governments, its non-elected deep state, and rule our media.

    Perhaps worst of all, those few companies or individuals who would dare boycott the Zionist entity (or trade with countries deemed hostile to Israel) can face criminal penalties under US law.

  13. @mark green
    Fiery rebuke to the totalitarian Left. Well said! It's also important to remember that most corporations follow political trends. For them, it's all about profitability. Nothing more. These are publicly-traded companies, after all. They are accountable to their shareholders. And shareholder value comes first.

    Most corporate entities are therefore concerned with mundane matter such as increasing profitability, boosting product innovation, cutting costs, improving customer relations, and capturing market share. That's it. Only a handful of major businesses (legacy media, entertainment, and social media) are deeply involved in political issues, news analysis, headline construction, news censorship, and disseminating propaganda. It's these top level manipulators/curators of public perception which deserve our utmost attention. And sometimes contempt.

    Corporations differ. Hugely. There's an enormous difference in cultural impact between, say, General Motors on one had and a company like Facebook or Google on the other. This fact must be reckoned with.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @HallParvey, @Wilson Z.

    These are publicly-traded companies, after all. They are accountable to their shareholders. And shareholder value comes first.

    Corporations are legalistic fiction. They exist mostly in the government records of the state of Delaware. Their owners, on the other hand, are generally hidden by multiple layers of banks, stock brokers and other legalistic fictions.

    And, surprise, surprise. Guess what demographic makes up the vast majority of the stock holding owners. The same people who own the Mighty Wurlitzer. Yep. Them. If a corporation doesn’t obey their dictates, sorry, suggestions, people might get fired.

    Ever heard of “Jimmy the Greek”?

  14. I see it a little differently. This is a case where leftist preening dovetails with corporate greed. Its a lot cheaper for a corporation to pay for an employee’s abortion than it is for the medical benefits of having and raising of the child as well as the time loss due to family responsibilities. Corporate finance managers see this as win-win.

    It was the same for covid-19 vaccines. Company managements swallowed the line that the vaccines were “safe and effective”. Now that all of the vaccine injuries (and deaths) are showing up, massive litigation on the part of the vaccine injured is necessary for the companies to learn that this was not the truth at all.

  15. @ruralguy
    Abortion, unfortunately, is necessary. 47% of all Black women's pregnancies are aborted. Black people are extremely promiscuous. Without abortion, their birthrate would double from 1.9 births per woman to 3.8 births per woman. At those rates, they would be 1/2 of the U.S. population within 50 years. Do conservatives want to be a tiny minority in a largely black population?

    In Africa, their birth rate is 4.4 children per woman. Their population will double in the next 28 years, to 2.5 billion. By 2100, they will have more than 4 billion people. Who will feed them? No one, .. so they will migrate north to Europe, to be fed.

    Replies: @Abelard Lindsey, @Emslander

    This is worth considering in another perspective. Most “right-leaning” people such as myself tend to be quasi-libertarian. We’re into classical liberalism. The so-called alt-right or neo-reaction began emerging on the internet about 10 years ago in reaction to this, driven by the consideration of bio-diversity. However, the problem with the far-right is that they are driven to pursue anti-liberty agendas, of which the basis of, have strayed considerably away from issues of bio-diversity. A good example is immigration.

  16. @Baxter
    I get the impression that a very large minority, if not a majority, of the citizens of the (dis) United States really just don’t want to be bothered too much by this tedious business of living. The Left is a relentless, though by no means unified, social-engineering juggernaut. If the Left backs off, it is not to admit error in their program, or miscalculation in their advance, but to temporarily allow the Right a respite, which it will see as a sign of victory. Then, when wits are dulled and the people are placated, the Left continues it march into whatever glorious future they see. This has been Leftist strategy for decades. They never stop.
    The Right, and especially the Pro-Life movement employed tactics used by the Left and relentless promoted a Pro-Life agenda. It took decades to overturn Roe. Based on the Pro-Life Movements success, it is possible to galvanize enough of the population to attain a specific goal. However, as diverse and divided and decadent as modern American has become, I do not believe another victory on the sane level as overturning Roe is possible.
    I just hope this doesn’t turn into a Pyrrhic victory! Imagine the reaction fomenting in the Blue states.

    Replies: @Emslander, @Veracity

    I get the impression that a very large minority, if not a majority, of the citizens of the (dis) United States really just don’t want to be bothered too much by this tedious business of living.

    The endless self-delusion in the USA that it is somehow richer, stronger, more up to date and special will have to be punctured before we learn to live, as you say. Anglin pointed out that you can drop into nearly any country around the planet and find yourself in a cleaner, more advanced and more convenient surrounding than flying into any of our most famous cities. Just try flying anywhere. It is an experience very similar to tales of torture by brutal oriental regimes of the 1600’s.

    We no longer know what living is. My peasant grandfather had a much better life working many hours every day of the year on his produce farm in the Midwest than anyone currently slaving away at his bond sales or stock brokering.

  17. @ruralguy
    Abortion, unfortunately, is necessary. 47% of all Black women's pregnancies are aborted. Black people are extremely promiscuous. Without abortion, their birthrate would double from 1.9 births per woman to 3.8 births per woman. At those rates, they would be 1/2 of the U.S. population within 50 years. Do conservatives want to be a tiny minority in a largely black population?

    In Africa, their birth rate is 4.4 children per woman. Their population will double in the next 28 years, to 2.5 billion. By 2100, they will have more than 4 billion people. Who will feed them? No one, .. so they will migrate north to Europe, to be fed.

    Replies: @Abelard Lindsey, @Emslander

    I do really feel sorry for you. It’s not just the racism. It’s the absolute failure of anyone or anything in your life to have struck a single spark of love for your fellow human beings. It must be very dark in there.

    • Replies: @ruralguy
    @Emslander

    I don't blame you for your overly effeminate feelings, Emslander. The schools long ago gave up on teaching grammar, leaving you unable to perceive the world with distinctions and unable to use critical thinking.

    To you, everyone is equal — there are no distinctions between civilized people and murderers, thieves, perverts, and terrorists. You see any type of behavior as acceptable. You can't see distinctions. Flood the country with scammers, drug dealers, and parasites from failed third world countries — we are all the same. We should all join hands, celebrate queers, rainbows, and the diversity of crayons. Never mind the ensuing chaos. It’s not real after all. Only emotions are real.

    What's especially interesting among you overly effeminate preachers is the lack of walking your talk. Seattle is perhaps the most left-wing city in the nation, but the moral goody-two shoes ultra-liberal moms and dads that infest this city, don't want to their own children integrated. 1/3 of all children in this ultra-left paradise are enrolled in private school, safe from the lower classes, while their ultra liberal parents preach endlessly about discrimination and racism. That 1/3 figure is low, also, because its the rich and sanctimonious liberal caste that rules the city are the only ones who can afford private school, so overrepresent the 1/3 figure.

    You lefties murdered 100 million people in the last 100 years, but in your highly emotional effeminate thoughts, you can do no wrong. Reality can be ignored. Lefties such as yourself, Emslander are just born phony baloneys. The shame is you cannot see it.

    Replies: @Emslander

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Emslander

    I meant to write earlier, Emslander, but Mr. Rural Guy defended his point already. "The Truth shall set you free", says John 8:32. I have no inclination to check his stats, so I assume there was nothing untruthful in what Rural Guy wrote.

    I am also pretty against abortion, when it comes down to it. However, that doesn't mean that, yeah, the black dysfunction that has been a big part of the ruin of this country won't become even bigger due to the facts above.

    It sounds like going off the subject here, but Mr. Steve Sailer has often written about how NY City Mayor Guiliani's "Stop and Frisk" policies did a good job of keeping crime down in that city by taking guns off of black guys. Well, the Stop & Frisk policy is obviously unConstitutional under Amendment 4 as it involves unreasonable searches (not like that has been stopping the TSA for 20 years!). Do I agree with Mr. Sailer that the policy should be re-implemented? NO.

    In these matters of practicality vs. principles, I go with the principles. However, that doesn't mean that I don't give the other side that points out facts credit for that. What do you do? Find other solutions, that's what you do. Personally, I won't ever live in NY City, and there won't be any abortions with me involved (too old for that anyway). Federalism, however, at least gives us a chance to live where our principles are upheld, to some extent. The Dobbs ruling was a great example.

    Also, remember that there's nothing hateful about telling the truth. There is something hateful about liars.

    Replies: @Emslander, @HallParvey

  18. @Harry Huntington
    Ms Malkin is half right. For corporations it is about the money, but it is not about public accolades. Corporations wanted women in the work force to double the labor pool and bid down wages. Rule requiring equal treatment for women in the workplace were a big corporate win because they dramatically bid down wages for everyone. Now that there are workplaces teeming with women (usually in staff jobs) corporations don't want those women leaving work with unplanned pregnancy. Hence, abortion is very much on the corporate medical services menu. The ideal corporate employee is a member of a homosexual or lesbian couple, stable, affluent, no children. The next level ideal corporate employee is the single woman (more stable than the single man). The corporation would like to keep their single female single and child less. The least desired corporate employee is a married family person. Of the married family types, the very least desirable is the mom (or potential mom) because of pregnancy time, maternity leave, and the constant demands placed on parents by young children. If there is a corporate abortion benefit, you can be sure there will be pressure to use the benefit instead of having children. If you look at most corporate health insurance where employees pay a portion of the cost, an employee needs to "elect" for family or child coverage and pay a substantial fee (usually equivalent to the cost of a typical live birth) even to elect family health coverage. That benefit has to be elected before a pregnancy begins for there to be pregnancy coverage. The real "tell" on corporate attitude will be that the abortion coverage will be available to all, the "family" and pregnancy coverage will be available only to those who pay the extra premium. The corporate message is clear, no children while you work for us.

    Replies: @anon

    You summed it up nicely.

    Childless drones sitting in cubicles playing with their childish E-toys.

  19. @Emslander
    @ruralguy

    I do really feel sorry for you. It's not just the racism. It's the absolute failure of anyone or anything in your life to have struck a single spark of love for your fellow human beings. It must be very dark in there.

    Replies: @ruralguy, @Achmed E. Newman

    I don’t blame you for your overly effeminate feelings, Emslander. The schools long ago gave up on teaching grammar, leaving you unable to perceive the world with distinctions and unable to use critical thinking.

    To you, everyone is equal — there are no distinctions between civilized people and murderers, thieves, perverts, and terrorists. You see any type of behavior as acceptable. You can’t see distinctions. Flood the country with scammers, drug dealers, and parasites from failed third world countries — we are all the same. We should all join hands, celebrate queers, rainbows, and the diversity of crayons. Never mind the ensuing chaos. It’s not real after all. Only emotions are real.

    What’s especially interesting among you overly effeminate preachers is the lack of walking your talk. Seattle is perhaps the most left-wing city in the nation, but the moral goody-two shoes ultra-liberal moms and dads that infest this city, don’t want to their own children integrated. 1/3 of all children in this ultra-left paradise are enrolled in private school, safe from the lower classes, while their ultra liberal parents preach endlessly about discrimination and racism. That 1/3 figure is low, also, because its the rich and sanctimonious liberal caste that rules the city are the only ones who can afford private school, so overrepresent the 1/3 figure.

    You lefties murdered 100 million people in the last 100 years, but in your highly emotional effeminate thoughts, you can do no wrong. Reality can be ignored. Lefties such as yourself, Emslander are just born phony baloneys. The shame is you cannot see it.

    • Replies: @Emslander
    @ruralguy

    Excuse me?

    I'm a 75-year-old white Germanic Hitler sympathizer with five grown children and 13 grandchildren. I doubt that this knowledge will change your song and dance very much because your ability to grasp social reality is obviously depraved, but there you go.

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman

  20. @Sir Launcelot Canning
    @mark green


    For them, it’s all about profitability. Nothing more.
     
    I don't buy this at all. If it was really profits and "nothing more," then corporations would stay out of it. Why would they risk alienating part of their customer base, like Gillette, Coca-Cola, or Disney did? No, corporations are afraid of something or someone.

    Replies: @mark green

    If [corporate behavior] was really [just about] profits and “nothing more,” then corporations would stay [away from Woke crusades].

    Yes, you are correct. But it wasn’t always this way. Before the 60s, the war against Whites in America was little more than a Black and Jewish fantasy. America was still mostly unashamed and proudly White Christian.

    In today’s America, there are diversity and inclusion dictates, anti-discrimination laws, and countless NGO’s which continuously pressure (and sometimes orchestrate boycotts) of companies that do not hire enough gays, Blacks, and women, or do their part to actively suppress speech deemed ‘hateful’ (by the usual suspects.) Blackness is celebrated like never before, and unattractive Black faces are now ubiquitous in US film and television. This is actually a relatively new phenomenon.

    I recall back in the 80s, as a small businessman in San Francisco, I had to prove that I was in no way directly–or even indirectly–involved with any dealings with the White South Africa government as well as any US-based companies still doing business in Apartheid South Africa–in order to conduct business with the City of SF. Incredible, but true.

    I had to fill out a lengthy, multi-page application to the City in order to be cleared of this (potential) sin. Since then, these politicized intrusions have only gotten worse.

    Left wing activism in the US has become a cancer on personal freedom in general and White interests in particular.

    Ironically, today–that other Apartheid state–is not only protected from boycott and treated as sacred in Washington, but it is unconditionally subsidized by our moral superiors who dominate our elected governments, its non-elected deep state, and rule our media.

    Perhaps worst of all, those few companies or individuals who would dare boycott the Zionist entity (or trade with countries deemed hostile to Israel) can face criminal penalties under US law.

  21. @Emslander
    @ruralguy

    I do really feel sorry for you. It's not just the racism. It's the absolute failure of anyone or anything in your life to have struck a single spark of love for your fellow human beings. It must be very dark in there.

    Replies: @ruralguy, @Achmed E. Newman

    I meant to write earlier, Emslander, but Mr. Rural Guy defended his point already. “The Truth shall set you free”, says John 8:32. I have no inclination to check his stats, so I assume there was nothing untruthful in what Rural Guy wrote.

    I am also pretty against abortion, when it comes down to it. However, that doesn’t mean that, yeah, the black dysfunction that has been a big part of the ruin of this country won’t become even bigger due to the facts above.

    It sounds like going off the subject here, but Mr. Steve Sailer has often written about how NY City Mayor Guiliani’s “Stop and Frisk” policies did a good job of keeping crime down in that city by taking guns off of black guys. Well, the Stop & Frisk policy is obviously unConstitutional under Amendment 4 as it involves unreasonable searches (not like that has been stopping the TSA for 20 years!). Do I agree with Mr. Sailer that the policy should be re-implemented? NO.

    In these matters of practicality vs. principles, I go with the principles. However, that doesn’t mean that I don’t give the other side that points out facts credit for that. What do you do? Find other solutions, that’s what you do. Personally, I won’t ever live in NY City, and there won’t be any abortions with me involved (too old for that anyway). Federalism, however, at least gives us a chance to live where our principles are upheld, to some extent. The Dobbs ruling was a great example.

    Also, remember that there’s nothing hateful about telling the truth. There is something hateful about liars.

    • Thanks: ruralguy
    • Replies: @Emslander
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The condition of many black people in this country isn't the result of considering them fellow human beings. It's the result of the immoral abortionist liberal mentality that treats poor people of all races as if they are inferior human beings.

    I'm a very conservative Roman Catholic who grew up living with black families, going to school with black children, serving with black soldiers and working with blacks of all abilities. Killing black people in the womb is probably the lowest of all the liberal race policies of the FDR era. It's you and rural guy who are sick.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    , @HallParvey
    @Achmed E. Newman


    “The Truth shall set you free”, says John 8:32.
     
    John lied.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  22. @ruralguy
    @Emslander

    I don't blame you for your overly effeminate feelings, Emslander. The schools long ago gave up on teaching grammar, leaving you unable to perceive the world with distinctions and unable to use critical thinking.

    To you, everyone is equal — there are no distinctions between civilized people and murderers, thieves, perverts, and terrorists. You see any type of behavior as acceptable. You can't see distinctions. Flood the country with scammers, drug dealers, and parasites from failed third world countries — we are all the same. We should all join hands, celebrate queers, rainbows, and the diversity of crayons. Never mind the ensuing chaos. It’s not real after all. Only emotions are real.

    What's especially interesting among you overly effeminate preachers is the lack of walking your talk. Seattle is perhaps the most left-wing city in the nation, but the moral goody-two shoes ultra-liberal moms and dads that infest this city, don't want to their own children integrated. 1/3 of all children in this ultra-left paradise are enrolled in private school, safe from the lower classes, while their ultra liberal parents preach endlessly about discrimination and racism. That 1/3 figure is low, also, because its the rich and sanctimonious liberal caste that rules the city are the only ones who can afford private school, so overrepresent the 1/3 figure.

    You lefties murdered 100 million people in the last 100 years, but in your highly emotional effeminate thoughts, you can do no wrong. Reality can be ignored. Lefties such as yourself, Emslander are just born phony baloneys. The shame is you cannot see it.

    Replies: @Emslander

    Excuse me?

    I’m a 75-year-old white Germanic Hitler sympathizer with five grown children and 13 grandchildren. I doubt that this knowledge will change your song and dance very much because your ability to grasp social reality is obviously depraved, but there you go.

    • Replies: @but an humble craftsman
    @Emslander

    these people have lost their bearing at least 80 years ago.

    One would say nevermind but for the havoc they are wreaking.

  23. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Emslander

    I meant to write earlier, Emslander, but Mr. Rural Guy defended his point already. "The Truth shall set you free", says John 8:32. I have no inclination to check his stats, so I assume there was nothing untruthful in what Rural Guy wrote.

    I am also pretty against abortion, when it comes down to it. However, that doesn't mean that, yeah, the black dysfunction that has been a big part of the ruin of this country won't become even bigger due to the facts above.

    It sounds like going off the subject here, but Mr. Steve Sailer has often written about how NY City Mayor Guiliani's "Stop and Frisk" policies did a good job of keeping crime down in that city by taking guns off of black guys. Well, the Stop & Frisk policy is obviously unConstitutional under Amendment 4 as it involves unreasonable searches (not like that has been stopping the TSA for 20 years!). Do I agree with Mr. Sailer that the policy should be re-implemented? NO.

    In these matters of practicality vs. principles, I go with the principles. However, that doesn't mean that I don't give the other side that points out facts credit for that. What do you do? Find other solutions, that's what you do. Personally, I won't ever live in NY City, and there won't be any abortions with me involved (too old for that anyway). Federalism, however, at least gives us a chance to live where our principles are upheld, to some extent. The Dobbs ruling was a great example.

    Also, remember that there's nothing hateful about telling the truth. There is something hateful about liars.

    Replies: @Emslander, @HallParvey

    The condition of many black people in this country isn’t the result of considering them fellow human beings. It’s the result of the immoral abortionist liberal mentality that treats poor people of all races as if they are inferior human beings.

    I’m a very conservative Roman Catholic who grew up living with black families, going to school with black children, serving with black soldiers and working with blacks of all abilities. Killing black people in the womb is probably the lowest of all the liberal race policies of the FDR era. It’s you and rural guy who are sick.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Emslander

    OK, I guess the truth is sick to you. What if I told you that inflation has not been 1 - 1.5 % for the last 2 decades as the BLS has told us (got to keep those indexed increases low), when it's been more like 4-5% for about every product or service I've made long-term calculations on? Would you find that sick? OK, that doesn't get you emotionally bothered. However, RuralGuy was simply giving out stats. That's sick to you?

    Neither of us brought up the INTENTION of those who would support abortion simply to kill black or any other babies. I don't believe it was an FDR-era thing either. How could that be? Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. FDR died (thankfully for us) in 1944. I will say that he, and then his FRD-on-steroids 2-decade later acolyte Lyndon Johnson, who caused the bulk of the black dysfunction that we're are burdened with today. The Welfare State has rewarded the irresponsible and punished the responsible among us for 55 years now. It's very dysgenic. Do you want that?

    I've worked with very responsible black people here and there for years. However, they are not the problem. It's the violence and destruction out of the many young black men in this Anarcho-Tyranny we live under that's the problem. You know that, but you don't want to be "a hater", so I get that.

  24. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Emslander

    I meant to write earlier, Emslander, but Mr. Rural Guy defended his point already. "The Truth shall set you free", says John 8:32. I have no inclination to check his stats, so I assume there was nothing untruthful in what Rural Guy wrote.

    I am also pretty against abortion, when it comes down to it. However, that doesn't mean that, yeah, the black dysfunction that has been a big part of the ruin of this country won't become even bigger due to the facts above.

    It sounds like going off the subject here, but Mr. Steve Sailer has often written about how NY City Mayor Guiliani's "Stop and Frisk" policies did a good job of keeping crime down in that city by taking guns off of black guys. Well, the Stop & Frisk policy is obviously unConstitutional under Amendment 4 as it involves unreasonable searches (not like that has been stopping the TSA for 20 years!). Do I agree with Mr. Sailer that the policy should be re-implemented? NO.

    In these matters of practicality vs. principles, I go with the principles. However, that doesn't mean that I don't give the other side that points out facts credit for that. What do you do? Find other solutions, that's what you do. Personally, I won't ever live in NY City, and there won't be any abortions with me involved (too old for that anyway). Federalism, however, at least gives us a chance to live where our principles are upheld, to some extent. The Dobbs ruling was a great example.

    Also, remember that there's nothing hateful about telling the truth. There is something hateful about liars.

    Replies: @Emslander, @HallParvey

    “The Truth shall set you free”, says John 8:32.

    John lied.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @HallParvey

    He was talking about one's soul, not his status under American Anarcho-Tyranny, Mr. Parvey.

  25. @Emslander
    @Achmed E. Newman

    The condition of many black people in this country isn't the result of considering them fellow human beings. It's the result of the immoral abortionist liberal mentality that treats poor people of all races as if they are inferior human beings.

    I'm a very conservative Roman Catholic who grew up living with black families, going to school with black children, serving with black soldiers and working with blacks of all abilities. Killing black people in the womb is probably the lowest of all the liberal race policies of the FDR era. It's you and rural guy who are sick.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    OK, I guess the truth is sick to you. What if I told you that inflation has not been 1 – 1.5 % for the last 2 decades as the BLS has told us (got to keep those indexed increases low), when it’s been more like 4-5% for about every product or service I’ve made long-term calculations on? Would you find that sick? OK, that doesn’t get you emotionally bothered. However, RuralGuy was simply giving out stats. That’s sick to you?

    Neither of us brought up the INTENTION of those who would support abortion simply to kill black or any other babies. I don’t believe it was an FDR-era thing either. How could that be? Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. FDR died (thankfully for us) in 1944. I will say that he, and then his FRD-on-steroids 2-decade later acolyte Lyndon Johnson, who caused the bulk of the black dysfunction that we’re are burdened with today. The Welfare State has rewarded the irresponsible and punished the responsible among us for 55 years now. It’s very dysgenic. Do you want that?

    I’ve worked with very responsible black people here and there for years. However, they are not the problem. It’s the violence and destruction out of the many young black men in this Anarcho-Tyranny we live under that’s the problem. You know that, but you don’t want to be “a hater”, so I get that.

    • LOL: Emslander
  26. @HallParvey
    @Achmed E. Newman


    “The Truth shall set you free”, says John 8:32.
     
    John lied.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    He was talking about one’s soul, not his status under American Anarcho-Tyranny, Mr. Parvey.

  27. @Baxter
    I get the impression that a very large minority, if not a majority, of the citizens of the (dis) United States really just don’t want to be bothered too much by this tedious business of living. The Left is a relentless, though by no means unified, social-engineering juggernaut. If the Left backs off, it is not to admit error in their program, or miscalculation in their advance, but to temporarily allow the Right a respite, which it will see as a sign of victory. Then, when wits are dulled and the people are placated, the Left continues it march into whatever glorious future they see. This has been Leftist strategy for decades. They never stop.
    The Right, and especially the Pro-Life movement employed tactics used by the Left and relentless promoted a Pro-Life agenda. It took decades to overturn Roe. Based on the Pro-Life Movements success, it is possible to galvanize enough of the population to attain a specific goal. However, as diverse and divided and decadent as modern American has become, I do not believe another victory on the sane level as overturning Roe is possible.
    I just hope this doesn’t turn into a Pyrrhic victory! Imagine the reaction fomenting in the Blue states.

    Replies: @Emslander, @Veracity

    The anti-abortionists DID NOT create a political majority to take their cause to victory (despite what the 4th Amendment says). With luck and perjured testimony they flipped the Supreme Court.

  28. Mac_ says:

    – bit of response thought on comment four, though of course important to do what we can, there aren’t many smaller stores left in terms of significance, almost none produce what’s sold, most products are through ‘distributors’ and monopolist source, monsanto/bayer, cargil, conglomerates, or constricted shipping from other territories. There ‘appear’ to be many food companies in stores, but is false image. There are many hands involved in the false appearance schemes. The other factor is populn is more than we’re told, point being when people let in masses, boycott means less, immigrants handed free money continues to help the monopolist aims. So, though its good to make choice of smaller, important to focus sharing info, connect with the immigrants people let in. Most people sat, so it’s on everyone to make the immigrants into allies, if not, ignorance helps slavery schemes. For instance sharing info so if more people said no to vaxs could make a difference, or share awareness on danger of constricted food, encourage growing food in yards etc.

    Otherwise on subject of corporations and focus of money, it’s actualy about control, not money. Supposed ‘money’ was only so the cons could get from nothing, to making up govmt, to military/weapons, to food and water control. Then they don’t need money. Real life and future determination means making and being in a tribe, and not letting anyone or group get more weapons than you have, and water, food, sharing info, expanding tribe power, in that order, not money. In any event there are things can do to make effort, and critically important to not get distracted by the cons with things that don’t matter, get in the way of taking back ability and future. Suggest jot down list, helps focus priority. Most people haven’t been taught priority of what matters, or what real life is, or should be.

  29. @mark green
    Fiery rebuke to the totalitarian Left. Well said! It's also important to remember that most corporations follow political trends. For them, it's all about profitability. Nothing more. These are publicly-traded companies, after all. They are accountable to their shareholders. And shareholder value comes first.

    Most corporate entities are therefore concerned with mundane matter such as increasing profitability, boosting product innovation, cutting costs, improving customer relations, and capturing market share. That's it. Only a handful of major businesses (legacy media, entertainment, and social media) are deeply involved in political issues, news analysis, headline construction, news censorship, and disseminating propaganda. It's these top level manipulators/curators of public perception which deserve our utmost attention. And sometimes contempt.

    Corporations differ. Hugely. There's an enormous difference in cultural impact between, say, General Motors on one had and a company like Facebook or Google on the other. This fact must be reckoned with.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Sir Launcelot Canning, @HallParvey, @Wilson Z.

    I fully agree about corporate profit motivated by greed. But a “totalitarian Left”? Really? Is this re-birth of Uncle Joe Stalin? Give me a break!

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Wilson Z.


    But a “totalitarian Left”? Really?
     
    Yes, really. That's all the left knows, Totalitarianism. There's no way their stupid ideas fly in a free society.

    "No break for you!"

  30. @Emslander
    @ruralguy

    Excuse me?

    I'm a 75-year-old white Germanic Hitler sympathizer with five grown children and 13 grandchildren. I doubt that this knowledge will change your song and dance very much because your ability to grasp social reality is obviously depraved, but there you go.

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman

    these people have lost their bearing at least 80 years ago.

    One would say nevermind but for the havoc they are wreaking.

  31. @Wilson Z.
    @mark green

    I fully agree about corporate profit motivated by greed. But a “totalitarian Left”? Really? Is this re-birth of Uncle Joe Stalin? Give me a break!

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    But a “totalitarian Left”? Really?

    Yes, really. That’s all the left knows, Totalitarianism. There’s no way their stupid ideas fly in a free society.

    “No break for you!”

  32. Great job, Michelle. And it is virtually ALL of corporate America engaging in this shameful behavior. Which is why it is probably not too effective to simply say “From now on I’m boycotting XYZ company because of their liberal BS and virtue-signaling.” At this point you would have to be boycotting almost every company/corporation in America and not buying goods or services from any of them. Probably not viable.

    The culture vultures have been winning for quite some time. All the important entities are aligned against us normies. Government, higher education, corporate America, and the mass media.
    America is dying, and I don’t feel so good myself.

  33. At this point you would have to be boycotting almost every company/corporation in America and not buying goods or services from any of them.

    That’s nearly true. It just leads us to think more about heading in that direction – “off the grid”, so to speak. Let’s support each other as much as possible, with little fanfare about it.

    Regarding your last sentence. I hope you will get better, Mr. Slim. The more you do, and the more we do, the better chances this country recovers from its terrible malady resembling its former self.

    Great comment though! Thank you.

    • Thanks: Automatic Slim

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