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Nobody’s Feet are going to be Held to the Fire (part 1)

2021 is the year the shit is going to hit the fan. As bad as 2020 has been, there is still a heavy backlog of bills (financial and political) that are coming due. Hunger and homelessness rise inexorably, as does long-term unemployment. Loss of medical insurance will leave millions at the mercy of overcrowded Emergency Rooms, as the Covid-stressed medical system continues to break. Corporate profit-seeking has stalled the emergency vaccination plan. Unpaid rent and mortgages will put legions more on the street. They’ll keep cranking up war hysteria. Oh, did I forget the coming across-the-board breakdown of state and local governments, and their accompanying safety net?

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Nobody’s Feet are going to be Held to the Fire (part 2)

Two different economic systems in the World Arena. (continued from part 1.) According to the official “Summary of the U.S. 2018 National Defense Strategy”: “the Department of Defense will be prepared to defend the homeland, remain the preeminent military power in the world, ensure the balances of power remain in our favor, and advance an international order that is most conducive to our security and prosperity.” To the Empire, the mass starvation of children via sanctions is merely another tool of war under the banner of human rights and a “rules-based international order.” With China the official primary adversary, Trump has taken warfare by sanctions to new heights.  He wildly strewed “secondary sanctions” everywhere, targeting entire countries and corporations for perceived “bad behavior.” China does not stand alone.  The U.S. now wages open economic warfare against Iran, China and Russia, the Forces of Development (FOD).  Venezuela and Cuba are among their ranks as well.  This U.S. Trade War has been wreaking havoc on the rest of the world economy, including the U.S.  Trump had tried to “decouple” China from trade

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Florida’s Brevard County: Police Murder and Police Lie

While most of Amerikkka is debating failed politics, Quasheda Pierce and Tasha Strachan are mourning the loss of their sons.  A.J. Crooms and Sincere Pierce, both Black, were both executed by a killer cop who has been documented for instances of violence between him and his wife (who is a detective with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office), at least once in front of their young child, as well as threatening to kill a man with whom his wife was reportedly having an affair. Deputy Jafet Santiago-Miranda, of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO), shot into the vehicle the teens occupied and murdered them.  Afterward, it was determined that this horrific event was the result of mistaken identity, the Sheriff’s office rationalizing that the deputies thought the vehicle they were driving may have been stolen and that they may have fled the scene of an earlier traffic stop.

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Election 2020: the Tyrant Kings Sally Forth

“A screaming comes across the sky. It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.” — opening line of Gravity’s Rainbow The Democratic Party’s crescendo screams at us but is somehow hollow. MSNBC — the official mouthpiece of the Democratic Party — has dropped all pretense of being a news network. They complain, of course, that Fox News has dropped all pretense of being a news network. Both are right. The Green nominees — Howie Hawkins and Angela Walker — are drowned out.

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Sugarcane Nightmare:

Our Children must not live in a Hazard Zone! Florida’s Palm Beach County braces for its anfpnual “burn season,” which begins each year in October and runs for six months at least through March to as late as May.  The Florida sugar industry begins its harvest season for 400,000 acres (625 square miles) of sugarcane fields.  Assuming a six-month burn season, this means there were approximately 43 fires per day in 2019.

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