Fascism is the union of government with private business against the People.
"To The States, or any one of them, or to any city of The States: Resist much, Obey little; Once unquestioning obedience, at once fully enslaved; Once fully enslaved, no nation, state, city, ever afterward resumes its liberty." from "Caution" by Walt Whitman

Sunday, March 22, 2009

The "Tea Party" is the vanguard of the dominated market and a military dictatorship

The adherents of the Tea Party advocate for the extension of a private economic dictatorship with no human rights, and all power to the military and security agencies (like the old Soviet Union, but without the socialism and guaranteed housing and education for all). Sponsoring them are monopolist holding companies and global banking institutions who are all using their financial instruments to destroy governments which use resources to serve the people, and instead replace these with governments that are "limited" and serve only to make money for those who are already wealthy.

"Presente-Honduras Digest", Vol 29, Issue 61, 2014-03-22:
"According to Giussepe Zampaglione, a representative of the World Bank, Honduras has to tackle its fiscal crisis in two ways: (1) increasing revenues and (2) shrinking the state. Cutting social spending "is the most efficient way for future growth" - he must have lived in a neo-classical bubble all his life." Source: [http://www.latribuna.hn/2014/03/21/representante-del-bm-situacion-fiscal-es-compleja-y-se-necesita-reduccion-gubernamental/].

2013-10-12 by Mike Konczal from "Washington Post"
When it comes to financial regulation, there are no substantial issues on which Tea Party Republicans differ from Wall Street. [ ... ] Many Tea Party Republicans are in favor of the same bills favored by the financial industry. Take the Financial Takeover Repeal Act of 2013, a one-line bill sponsored by Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) that repeals Dodd-Frank and replaces it with nothing. This bill has 22 co-sponsors this year, including notable Tea Party senators such Mike Lee, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz. [ ... ]