Monday, August 15, 2011

Who is Our REAL Enemy?

I am starting to use my TWITTER acct more often....please follow me!!/gtwright​s1

Here is a collection of article links, retweets and posts you'll find!

@gtwrights1: It is time to read or re-read James Baldwin's classic, The Fire Next Time...written almost 50 years ago, the FIRE NEXT TIME is upon us NOW..

RT @MMFlint: Chase Bank foreclosed on Oregon soldier yesterday-the day he returns from Iraq! So I ask: Who is our real enemy?

RT @CommonCause; Stop Coddling Me and My Super-Rich Pals, by Warren Buffett:

RT @tavissmiley: The new poor is the former middle class. 

RT @CatalystHouse: Meet the Global Financial Elites Controlling $46 Trillion In Wealth -

RT @Debra129: Large Corporations Are Getting Tax Cuts to Send Jobs Overseas and Pocket Bigger Profits: It's That Simple

RT @RBReich: Richest 1% have largest share of nat'l income and wealth in 80 yrs.

RT@mrdaveyd: "extraction. what corporate entities are doing w/ economy. End result = wage slaves in US..booming middle-class elsewhere" - exactly!

RT: @InjusticeFacts: In 2009 the average CEO pay with stock options was $11 MILLION, the average worker pay was $31,000.

The record is clear. Corporate fascists are the real enemy.  This is powerful people v. people power, the 21st century edition...Rise UP!

Powerful People v. People Power: The 21st Century Edition by  link =  please RT


Diogenes said...

The mob is the mother of tyrants.

Tina said...

@Diogenes - thanks for visiting my blog and taking the time to leave a comment. In terms of your comment, your assertion may be true...and also I believe a good thing. There is no power like people power. And if what separates a mob from a sustainable community = inequality and injustice, tyranny may indeed follow. Or as Bob Marley wrote: "A hungry mob is an angry mob."

Anaxagoras said...

The descent to Hades is the same from every place.

Tina said...

@Anaxagoras - Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog and post a comment. your comment is provocative but understandable. While I see consequence as guaranteed (i.e. natural law), I can't say descent is inevitable... or otherwise stated, it is about evolution, not revolution or salvation.