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_F2A6929 "Monoculture farming is amplifying the prevalence of parasites in bees." “Monoculture farming is another way modern-day agriculture is killing bees, scientists say * “Our Class, Trauma and Transformation in an American Prison” Chris Hedges (author of “America: The Farewell Tour”) * “And the politicians and judges that helped make them: “Abolish the Billionaire Class” “Billionaires are the grotesque products of an exploitative, immoral economic system. We should get rid of them.” * “Beast of a bomb cyclone is set to wallop the West Coast: “8 feet of snow? Storm train could deal deathblow to wildfire season” * America: “Economic Update: Signs of System Decline” “On this week’s show, Prof. Wolff presents updates on the following topics: US wars lost: against Afghanistan, Iraq, and Covid; private profit from climate disaster; systemic infrastructure neglect; decline of whites in US; UK fears about US loss in Afghanistan; capitalism's profit-driven "long supply chains;" and lastly, workers power against employers in US today.” * “A report issued by the World Wildlife Fund indicates that approximately 60 percent of global biodiversity loss is a consequence of "meat-based diets that put a huge strain on Earth’s resources."” “Vast animal-feed crops to satisfy our meat needs are destroying planet” Meat, Egg and Dairy Alternatives: * “Climate: Removing CO2 from the air no longer optional – France24” * Karunae Dorje: “She's baaaaack. La Niña is official for this winter. What does that mean for you?” "We’ve already seen one likely effect of La Niña this year—a more active Atlantic hurricane season, with nearly twice as many storms as average so far this year. But the most substantial La Niña effect on North American rain, snow, and temperature happens during winter. In summary, La Niña winters tend to be drier and warmer across the southern third of the U.S., and cooler in the northern U.S. and Canada. The Pacific Northwest, the Tennessee/Ohio Valleys, and parts of the Midwest tend to see more rain and snow than average." See more up to date ENSO information: * “Manchin Removes Climate Change, Buttigieg Fails On Supply Chain, Interview With Jackie McGowan” Joe manchin and krystan sinema are damning people the world over by sabotaging America’s progress on climate collapse. Please have your respective countries take action against them because America is worthless at ethical, moral, and just behavior * The seeming corporate boobery$ is never ending: “Pete Buttigieg On Supply Chain Failure” * "He who dares not offend cannot be honest." Thomas Paine * “Rate of COVID-19-Associated Hospitalizations by Vaccination Status” Unvaccinated adults with COVID-19 were 12 times more likely to be hospitalized compared with those who were fully vaccinated, according to new data available on CDC’s COVID Data Tracker. These data show that COVID-19 vaccines are effective at helping prevent COVID-19, especially hospitalizations. Vaccines help lower the risk of severe illness and hospitalization from COVID-19. Get vaccinated today and help protect you and your loved ones. See the data: * Custer with a boat: “The Indians are so naïve and so free with their possessions that no one who has not witnessed them would believe it. When you ask for something they have, they never say no. To the contrary, they offer to share with anyone.” “They would make fine servants…With fifty men we could subjugate them all and make the do whatever we want.” Christopher Columbus/Cristobal Colon * When you drill down ever deeper you’ll find that Finance does not create value. So when your ability to pay for a home is augmented by favorably financing, watch out!: “Finance is Not the Economy” “The real estate, financial system, monopolies, and other rent-extracting ‘toollboth’ privieges are not valued in terms of their contribution to production or living standards, but by how much they can extract from the economy. By classical definition, these rentier payments are not technologically necessary for production, distribution, and consumption. The are not investments in the economy’s productive capacity, but extraction from the surplus it produces.” ““Today’s passivity by the 99 Percent in the face of a rentier counter-Enlightenment reflects the degree to which voters have come to accept the neoliberal financial and tax system as part of the natural environment, as if there indeed is no alternative.” Excerpt From: Michael Hudson. “Killing the Host.” “It was not always this way. A century ago, two centuries ago, three centuries ago and all the way back to the Bronze Age, almost every society saw finance –that is, debt –as the great destabilizing force. Debt grows exponentially, ultimately enabling creditors to foreclose on the assets of debtors. Creditors end up reducing societies to debt bondage. That is how the Roman Empire ended in serfdom. About a hundred years ago in America, John Bates Clark and other pro-financial ideologues argued that finance is not external to the economy. They said that it’s not extraneous, it’s part of the economy, just like landlords claim to be part of the economy’s production process, not an overlay to it. This implies that when the financial sector takes more revenue out of the economy as interest, fees or monopoly charges, it’s not merely siphoning it off this revenue from producers; it’s because Wall Street and the One Percent are an inherent and vital part of the economy, adding to GDP. So our economic policy protects finance as if it helps us grow instead of siphoning off our growth. A year or two ago, Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs said that the reason his firm’s managers are paid more than anybody else is because they’re so productive. The question is, productive of what? The National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA) say that everybody is productive in proportion to the amount of money they make or take. It doesn’t matter whether it’s extractive income or productive income. It doesn’t matter whether it’s made by manufacturing products or simply by taking money from people via the kinds of fraud for which Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Bank of America and others paid tens of millions of dollars in fines for committing. Any way of earning income is considered to be as productive as any other way. This is a parasite-friendly mentality, because it denies that there’s any such thing as unearned income. It denies that there’s a free lunch. Hence, there seems to be no such thing as economic parasitism. Milton Friedman got famous for promoting this idea that there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but Wall Street knows quite well that from its perspective, the economy is all about how to get a free lunch –and how to get the risks picked up by the government. No wonder they back economists who deny that there’s any exploitation, or any such thing as unearned income!” Hudson, Michael. J IS FOR JUNK ECONOMICS: A Guide To Reality In An Age Of Deception interview with Michael Hudson by Eric Draitser was aired on CounterPunch Radio, Episode 19, September 21, 2015.1 * “Ecological corridors also operate in an urban matrix: A test case with garden shrews” * “'Corporate Fraud at Its Worst': J&J Hides Behind Bankruptcy Amid Baby Powder Lawsuits” * “NAFTA's 6 Negative Effects” * “NAFTA’s Legacy: Lost Jobs, Lower Wages, Increased Inequality” * “Copying Nature (Yet Again): What Is Composting, and How Does It Reduce Our Impact on the Environment?” * COSTCO: “Factory farms of disease: how industrial chicken production is breeding the next pandemic” “At least eight types of bird flu, all of which can kill humans, are circulating around the world’s factory farms – and they could be worse than Covid-19” * Western Conservative network fostering methods perfected in the American beachhead: “France’s Fascist Pundit Éric Zemmour Is Winning Already” * We’re toast, the rich are scot free in their bunkers: “Decades of deregulation have led to the rise of a new class of the super-rich. More than 500,000 people around the world possess more than $30 million each, and half of these live in the United States. Of that latter number, over 700 are billionaires, and they saw their collective wealth increase by $1.8 trillion during the pandemic. It’s time for rich people to fork over their fair share. The planet is presenting its bill to humanity. Pay up, says Mother Earth, or you’re toast.” “The Embarrassment of Riches” * "Means testing is a choice to deprive millions of our neighbors of what they need simply to cope with a budget artificially limited by regressive tax policy," wrote Democratic Reps. Mondaire Jones and Katie Porter. “Mondaire Jones, Katie Porter Urge Fellow Democrats to Reject Means-Testing Folly”

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