It’s imperative that we keep historical perspective on how despotic governments, the global financial oligarchies, and banking institutions with corrupt and complicit leaders utilized their power to exploit their people and natural resources to extend their wealth, control, and political powers.
Before turning his back on the revolution he helped create, and breaking bread with his institutional brethren, Bernie would have been better served had he heeded the following:
Progressives seemingly can’t distinguish the difference between political party loyalty and political leverage, rendering their crusade transfixed between harnessing the power of an emergent movement and shaping it. It’s paralysis by analysis. So desperate are Progressives for the direction they’re unable to distinguish sheepdogs from liberators and prophets from profiteers. Exploited, abandoned, and betrayed by […]
As impressive as the Women’s March on Washington seemed – it wasn’t organic or an inspired grassroots movement. Democratic Party establishment brokers astroturfed it.