Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Empire Dusk

www.EmpireDusk.comA Mexican Ambassador once said that most of the companies in Mexico are American companies. It was the first and last time something like that was ever again said on television.
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Monday, February 19, 2007

Local Talk Radio is Dead

I don't listen to commercial talk radio. I only listen to NPR. You can listen to BBC broadcasts if you go to bed around 8:00 and wake up at 2:00 a.m.

Forget about AM. And now that XM and Surius Satellite Radio networks are in the process of merging, Commercial FM will also fall into the abyss. So Support your local public broadcasting networks, including NPR.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

The ebb and flow of influence

I heard on NPR that Harvard was going to trade its History curriculum for Social Studies and Religion courses.

Clearly the elite of Harvard have discovered that the public attraction to their way of life is faltering. Their Old Money influence was stolen from them by the New Money NeoCons, and now that the Internet is opening up eyes to diverse alternate lifestyles, the Harvard elites are running scared. The NeoCons face a similar situation which will be discussed momentarily.

Harvard assumes they can steal back influence over the “teaming huddled masses” from the NeoCons by adopting a cloak of religion and populist social values; the golden fleece of the Industrial Plutocracy that was taken from the Harvard elites by the Neoconservatives. There are no good intentions. Only greed for power and influence.

The NeoCons persuaded the masses to vote Republican in 2000 and 2004, and now the masses are waking up to find themselves and their government plundered by an elite pack of greedy Jackals; that diverted money to no-bid contracts, took bribes, and through political decisions, set themselves up with Golden Parachutes, but lying to the public and the congress, and ruining the reputation of the United States of America around the world.

So now Harvard wants to trade history lessons for social studies and courses on religion. Are they trying to make a course correction? To what ends? The ends they had achieved before the NeoCons arrived on the scene. The Old Money Industrial Plutocracy.