It’s not democracy – It’s capitalism in decline – Muncie Voice
Hillary Clinton: propaganda queen wants to end disinformation
I would guess that Hillary Clinton is the only character in Washington who made sure that Julian Assange’s life was miserable as hell. She most likely blames him for his loss to the reality TV populist, wreaking havoc on the Republican Party four months after his loss to Joe Biden. Julian Assange represents truth and honesty; Hillary Clinton is a manipulator who uses the media to her advantage. It backfired in 2016 because she fucked Bernie Sanders and the Progressives in the primary. This caused him huge problems when the DNC leakage cables were exposed by Wikileaks and Julian Assange ahead of the election. Once progressives learned the truth about Hillary, they did not show up to the voting booth to give victory to Donald Trump, who will likely be called by historians the worst president in U.S. history.
Why The Guardian chose her to discuss “misinformation” from social platforms like Facebook is nothing but irony. Several reporters on Twitter have grasped this sadistic twist of irony. To be honest, I haven’t read anything about her since 2016 except when intelligence is being gathered against her. I’m glad I read this clip from his interview.
Are rankings important? Yes.
As most Muncie Voice readers have learned over the past two months, I have pointed out the growing sounds of war drums beating against China and Russia. The US media proclaim “Russian aggression” in Ukraine as a threat to Europe and NATO. Also, the US media, “China is committing genocide” in West China against Muslims. Neither is correct, but we all know that the role of our state propaganda is to fabricate public consent for the war on “bad guys.”
This is all happening in American and Western media propaganda circles. Meanwhile, international polls have shown the United States ranks 44th for press freedom, 25th as a democracy, and the citizens of the world see the United States as a greater threat than Communist China or Russia. What responses are provided by the media for the discrepancies here?
Well, reporters have access to President Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken, but neither of them have been interviewed. I wonder why?
We are an oligarchy – not a democracy
Hillary Clinton makes a statement as she blames Big Tech for the ‘disinformation’ problem, so let’s take a closer look at her telling answer:
The threat to democracy of these alternate realities comes under special scrutiny as China, a rapidly growing power, promotes an alternative model to the world. Biden suggested more than once, future generations will analyze this era and judge whether autocracy or democracy was more successful. Clinton agrees that the President has identified the defining issue of our time.
Democracies must demonstrate that they produce results for citizens and stay united, she said. “There is no doubt that the Chinese fundamentally do the opposite: democracy is messy, things take too long, people are in power and out of office, there is no continuity, you cannot. have the kind of fixed goals that can be put forward. in a socially cohesive way and therefore choose us. We are faced with this struggle. “
Remember that Albert Einstein told us in 1949 that the United States is an oligarchy – not a democracy. A Princeton Study in 2014, we concluded that we were an oligarchy whose power was concentrated in the hands of a few wealthy oligarchs. If we were truly a beacon of democracy, we wouldn’t be ranked 25th in the world, and our press freedom wouldn’t be ranked that low. However, we have a massive military budget, so we love to say that we are spreading “democracy”.
If you want to know what democracy looks like, I recommend you look at the Scandinavian countries because they are all ranked in the Top 5 for democracy, for education, for happiness, for social progress and education.
Isn’t that the crux of the matter? From day one, our oligarchy, which masquerades as a democracy, has not produced remarkable results for society. We claim “American exceptionalism”, but even Barack Obama, who speaks smoothly, could not support him with any evidence of it. Any sort of equality has been the subject of an immense struggle from the start.
We may be the biggest economy, but it has always been about the exploitation of the lower classes. As expected from an oligarchy, the rich get richer while the working class gets poorer. Even though Thomas Piketty has detailed our gross inequalities within our society, the media have whitewashed his findings. The pandemic has arrived and has further exposed our weaknesses and the exploitation of workers. Capitalism needed billions of dollars to manufacture a vaccine, and then profits had to be guaranteed. Then we rationed the least developed countries because Big Pharma wanted to keep its patents.
The CEO of Kroger, $ 21 million a year, denounced the farce. At the same time, the media and politicians boasted that “essential workers were heroes,” when the time came to reduce the minimum wage from extreme poverty to poverty wages, they snorted. In California, the governor has demanded that essential workers receive risk premiums of $ 15 an hour, and Kroger’s CEO has closed his grocery stores. If we were a democracy, this would not be tolerated by the working class. Mass strikes would be the answer.
From capitalism to empire then decline and censorship
No, Hillary, the oligarchic empire of the United States is not a democracy. The countries we control around the world are not democracies either. We have deceptively installed leaders who endorse and impose a brand of oligarchically controlled capitalism on citizens protected by a giant military budget. We are imperialists and fascists. The countries we control are almost all ruled by right-wing fascists. Our economic system extracts resources and relies on unsustainable growth while exploiting people and the planet. China and Russia are two societies that stand in the way of world hegemony, and that is why war is inevitable with them. It has little to do with democracy or autocracy. It is about the greed of the oligarchy for more money and power.
As we see in our states and countries ruled by Republicans we control overseas; the dissent is quashed. It is not about right-wing patriots either. They are preparing for dissidents – the protesters of the war – who will march against aggression abroad. The need to control the narrative or ensure a constant flow of propaganda from the oligarchy to the masses is advocated by the Clintons and other politicians under the guise of “cracking down on disinformation.”
What they don’t want is to be held accountable by independent journalists and activists. They will arrest and incarcerate anyone who denounces the power of the oligarchy and its growing thirst. This is why they have arrested, tortured and jailed whistleblowers and journalists around the world who dare to speak out against the madness and the hypocrites in charge.