Will the U.S. Cultural Revolution, based on Greed and Power, rival Mao’s in Suffering and Loss?
I produce four Blogs and this one focuses on PTSD and combat. The reason for sharing this post on this Blog is because the United States has been in the midst of a revolution since President Reagan lived in the White House. Reagan launched that revolution with his flawed and fraudulent trickle-down economic theory and a slanderous and libelous report called A Nation at Risk. The agenda has always been to privatize, for profit, everything in the United States in addition to stripping the U.S. Constitution of its ability to protect Americans from tyranny, and the only way to achieve that was to get rid of labor unions and silence, through fear, millions of public school teachers too—the only voices that speak for working class Americans.
The difference between the current Cultural Revolution in the United States and Mao’s in China (1950 – 1976) is that this unique American Revolution is from the top down instead of the bottom up. In China the majority of the people supported the Chinese Communist Party against the Nationalist Party in a Civil War that raged for decades (1927 – 1950).
But in the United States, the revolution is being led by the wealthiest 0.1% of Americans: for instance, Bill Gates, two of the four Koch brothers, the Walton Walmart family, Rupert Murdock, Wall Street, Corporate America, Hedge Funds, recently Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, who was recruited into the Gates Cabal, and a few other poorer billionaires, for instance Eli Broad in California, a billionaire who made his money in real estate and who is currently funding a campaign to take half the children in the public schools in Los Angeles…
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