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A Time for collective introspection into shared moral principles
May 13, 2022 06:12:42   #
ACP45 Loc: Rhode Island
 
"It is no longer what we say or profess that guarantees truth or empirical significance. Rather, what we actualize in our daily lives and as a society is going to determine whether the future will be liveable or not. Only our actions realistically convey the deeper values in the American psyche.

Therefore, it is incumbent to ask ourselves harsher questions to realize the deeper spiritual poverty that defines American civilization.

Where were the large demonstrations against the trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street and foreign banks when barely a penny was spent for the average citizen?

Where were the demonstrations against home foreclosures and the loss of small family farms?

What about debt drenched student aid, exploitative payday loans and exorbitant credit card fees?

There was no outrage against Obama’s broken promises on universal healthcare that brought him to the White House.

The single-minded attention on the pandemic has cancelled out 2.5 million homeless American children and 46 million adults and children who are food insecure.

At this moment where is a collective voice condemning the billions of dollars being given to the corrupt fascist regime in Ukraine to fight the Russian boogeyman as the rest of America further slides into a ghetto crying for energy and food?

Why no vocal outrage against the invasions of Libya and Syria, or the US’ ongoing support of rogue dictatorships, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE for crimes against humanity in Yemen?

There weren’t and aren’t now noteworthy protests against any of these issues.

And yet these are unquestionable existential threats to our very democracy."

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/05/no_author/840961-2/

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May 13, 2022 06:56:26   #
Liberty Tree
 
ACP45 wrote:
"It is no longer what we say or profess that guarantees truth or empirical significance. Rather, what we actualize in our daily lives and as a society is going to determine whether the future will be liveable or not. Only our actions realistically convey the deeper values in the American psyche.

Therefore, it is incumbent to ask ourselves harsher questions to realize the deeper spiritual poverty that defines American civilization.

Where were the large demonstrations against the trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street and foreign banks when barely a penny was spent for the average citizen?

Where were the demonstrations against home foreclosures and the loss of small family farms?

What about debt drenched student aid, exploitative payday loans and exorbitant credit card fees?

There was no outrage against Obama’s broken promises on universal healthcare that brought him to the White House.

The single-minded attention on the pandemic has cancelled out 2.5 million homeless American children and 46 million adults and children who are food insecure.

At this moment where is a collective voice condemning the billions of dollars being given to the corrupt fascist regime in Ukraine to fight the Russian boogeyman as the rest of America further slides into a ghetto crying for energy and food?

Why no vocal outrage against the invasions of Libya and Syria, or the US’ ongoing support of rogue dictatorships, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE for crimes against humanity in Yemen?

There weren’t and aren’t now noteworthy protests against any of these issues.

And yet these are unquestionable existential threats to our very democracy."

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/05/no_author/840961-2/
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Almost all the left and a sad percentage of the right have abandoned moral principles.

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May 13, 2022 08:56:09   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
ACP45 wrote:
"It is no longer what we say or profess that guarantees truth or empirical significance. Rather, what we actualize in our daily lives and as a society is going to determine whether the future will be liveable or not. Only our actions realistically convey the deeper values in the American psyche.

Therefore, it is incumbent to ask ourselves harsher questions to realize the deeper spiritual poverty that defines American civilization.

Where were the large demonstrations against the trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street and foreign banks when barely a penny was spent for the average citizen?

Where were the demonstrations against home foreclosures and the loss of small family farms?

What about debt drenched student aid, exploitative payday loans and exorbitant credit card fees?

There was no outrage against Obama’s broken promises on universal healthcare that brought him to the White House.

The single-minded attention on the pandemic has cancelled out 2.5 million homeless American children and 46 million adults and children who are food insecure.

At this moment where is a collective voice condemning the billions of dollars being given to the corrupt fascist regime in Ukraine to fight the Russian boogeyman as the rest of America further slides into a ghetto crying for energy and food?

Why no vocal outrage against the invasions of Libya and Syria, or the US’ ongoing support of rogue dictatorships, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE for crimes against humanity in Yemen?

There weren’t and aren’t now noteworthy protests against any of these issues.

And yet these are unquestionable existential threats to our very democracy."

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/05/no_author/840961-2/
"It is no longer what we say or profess that ... (show quote)


You had me , up until
Obama’s Broken Promises .
Obama’s policies were Voted against by every Republican this side of the Black Hole.
To say now he didn’t accomplish anything is to blame the wrong people,
When McConnell left his seat, in his cubby hole were at least 400 democratic bills passed by the House that were never brought up for a vote in the Senate.
It’s disingenuous to say Obama didn’t get anything done.
The Bills were passed by the House and
Pigeon Holed in McConnells desk.
These are the bills
that would have benefited Y O U !

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May 13, 2022 09:02:01   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
ACP45 wrote:
"It is no longer what we say or profess that guarantees truth or empirical significance. Rather, what we actualize in our daily lives and as a society is going to determine whether the future will be liveable or not. Only our actions realistically convey the deeper values in the American psyche.

Therefore, it is incumbent to ask ourselves harsher questions to realize the deeper spiritual poverty that defines American civilization.

Where were the large demonstrations against the trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street and foreign banks when barely a penny was spent for the average citizen?

Where were the demonstrations against home foreclosures and the loss of small family farms?

What about debt drenched student aid, exploitative payday loans and exorbitant credit card fees?

There was no outrage against Obama’s broken promises on universal healthcare that brought him to the White House.

The single-minded attention on the pandemic has cancelled out 2.5 million homeless American children and 46 million adults and children who are food insecure.

At this moment where is a collective voice condemning the billions of dollars being given to the corrupt fascist regime in Ukraine to fight the Russian boogeyman as the rest of America further slides into a ghetto crying for energy and food?

Why no vocal outrage against the invasions of Libya and Syria, or the US’ ongoing support of rogue dictatorships, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE for crimes against humanity in Yemen?

There weren’t and aren’t now noteworthy protests against any of these issues.

And yet these are unquestionable existential threats to our very democracy."

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/05/no_author/840961-2/
"It is no longer what we say or profess that ... (show quote)


Democracy ??
Where was the right when these protests were needed ???
Wall St had giant protests as I remember .
There was an anti wall st movement .
I can’t remember the name if it.

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May 13, 2022 09:07:23   #
lindajoy Loc: right here with you....
 
ACP45 wrote:
"It is no longer what we say or profess that guarantees truth or empirical significance. Rather, what we actualize in our daily lives and as a society is going to determine whether the future will be liveable or not. Only our actions realistically convey the deeper values in the American psyche.

Therefore, it is incumbent to ask ourselves harsher questions to realize the deeper spiritual poverty that defines American civilization.

Where were the large demonstrations against the trillion-dollar bailout of Wall Street and foreign banks when barely a penny was spent for the average citizen?

Where were the demonstrations against home foreclosures and the loss of small family farms?

What about debt drenched student aid, exploitative payday loans and exorbitant credit card fees?

There was no outrage against Obama’s broken promises on universal healthcare that brought him to the White House.

The single-minded attention on the pandemic has cancelled out 2.5 million homeless American children and 46 million adults and children who are food insecure.

At this moment where is a collective voice condemning the billions of dollars being given to the corrupt fascist regime in Ukraine to fight the Russian boogeyman as the rest of America further slides into a ghetto crying for energy and food?

Why no vocal outrage against the invasions of Libya and Syria, or the US’ ongoing support of rogue dictatorships, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE for crimes against humanity in Yemen?

There weren’t and aren’t now noteworthy protests against any of these issues.

And yet these are unquestionable existential threats to our very democracy."

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2022/05/no_author/840961-2/
"It is no longer what we say or profess that ... (show quote)


Yes and those who have ever written on government are unanimous, that “among a people generally corrupt, liberty cannot long exist.”

George Washington owned a copy of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. In his famous farewell address, Washington said, “Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports.”

I say where there is no morality within society eventually there is no society….Decline leads to collapse as we are witnessing now… And not just in the United States of America I might add.

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May 13, 2022 09:10:01   #
zombinis
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Democracy ??
Where was the right when these protests were needed ???
Wall St had giant protests as I remember .
There was an anti wall st movement .
I can’t remember the name if it.


I think it was Occupy wall street

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