Fascist States Ahead

Steve sent me this link: Finance Firms Want Government To Buy Bad Auto Loans

I hope everyone realize what all this stuff means. It’s FASCISM. When government governs private enterprises and finance, state-sponsored control.

America has very quickly turned into a nation of fascists consumerists — and nobody hardly seems to even notice.

It’s disgusting.

This means that the U.S. Government will now be in the position of controlling potentially all private enterprise and commerce. Saddling each and ever American for generations to come (assuming we last that long) with the stupid folly of every bad company in existence.

Instead of letting these megalomaniac monsters die a well-deserved death, YOU are being punished. Some of you are at fault, no doubt, but they’ve lumped EVERYONE into this mess now. Your kids will be saddled with the mistakes made by bad companies today.

Now take this further then the immediate ‘rescue’ this is being presented as.  What happens when the State becomes the financier and creditor? In most cases — unmitigated DISASTER.  State-ownership in private enterprise is a ripe climate for a dictatorship. It also creates incredible opportunities for invasive spying on every business, every purchase, every sale, every transaction, every customer, ie., “Big Brother” and your worst nightmare.

It suppresses innovation, entrepreneurship, and new businesses.  And government competency and wise-decision making is absolutely legendary, don’t forget that.

Do Americans really want the U.S. Government to “own” everything?  It would seem so.  There should be rioting in the streets RIGHT NOW.  Our ENTIRE government should be dragged out into the streets and tarred and feathered, IMMEDIATELY.

But I’m not holding my breath.


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9 thoughts on “Fascist States Ahead

  • October 15, 2008 at 9:52 am

    I think you meant, “Fascist States Behind” – that’s a totally done deal – planned and implemented long ago yet only now being dragged out of the shadows. And, still the sheeple graze. Will they ever stampede? IMO, NO. Most will volunteer (line-up) for entry into Camp Cheney(s) based on a promised bowl of daily gruel and shelter from the elements.
    Only a matter of time now. The staff will welcome you ‘home’.

    Those that would exchange their liberty/freedoms for an illusion of temporary security deserve [and receive] neither. Die anyway.

    And that’s the way it is …

  • October 15, 2008 at 7:35 pm

    Speaking of government governing private enterprises, remember this one,

    Back in 1990, the Government seized the Mustang Ranch brothel in Nevada for tax evasion and, as required by law, tried to run it. They failed and it closed. Now we are trusting the economy of our country to a pack of nit-wits who couldn’t make money running a whore house and selling booze?

  • October 16, 2008 at 8:46 am

    for levity

    for serious

  • October 16, 2008 at 9:48 am

    I don’t think the affected care whether their government owns these things or not. Capitalism, to them, is a system that is supported as long as it produces a favourable result.

    They just care that someone else will bail them out of their mistake. They don’t care if it’s their kids that will have to do it because the disconnect of responsibility between private and public finance is so large.

    Nowadays, the government is seen as an entity completely separate from the people, so why not send your mistakes there and let this strange entity take care of it for you?

  • October 16, 2008 at 10:32 am

    Always a timely reminder of the foolishness of religious superstition.

    I would add to the final paragraph in the linked article above — if you really want to know the true nature and source of your religious indoctrination, then go read it. It is readily available to anyone who cares to investigate and validate the authenticity (or not) of the claims being made.

    I’m no longer stunned by those who refuse to investigate, because it challenges belief, creates fear and undermines superstition. The hard part to accept is why people would still insist on these things as if they were cloaks of righteousness that would protect them (not!).

    I can guarantee — there is no pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. That’s just refracted light you are looking at — nothing more.

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