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Its Right Wing its OK

No it is disgusting Sin of Omission, to mislead the Truth Movement into one side of Partisan Politics. Those that can only see half of the problem, will never ever see true solutions.

Covering up for Oligarchs for is simply wrong.

SOLUTIONS ?  -------> : Beware of False Prophets

http://forum.globalgulag.com/index.php?topic=1130.0


This thread is just trying to point out that BOTH SIDES have Billionaire Backers





A.L.E.C.
Through the corporate-funded American Legislative Exchange Council, global corporations and state politicians vote behind closed doors to try to rewrite state laws that govern your rights. These so-called "model bills" reach into almost every area of American life and often directly benefit huge corporations.

In ALEC's own words, corporations have "a VOICE and a VOTE" on specific changes to the law that are then proposed in your state. DO YOU?

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A market environment is essential for future success of the Internet. A consumer and private-sector-driven approach to privacy via self-regulation avoids undue regulatory burden that would threaten a thriving electronic marketplace.
  --  https://www.alec.org/issue/privacy-and-security/


Translation, sell YOUR INTERNET PRIVACY for CORP PROFITS.

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Koch selling you out for at least a Century

While Soros was a collaborator at ground level with the Nazis, Kock Family was seated with STALIN.

The communist connections are hushed up, and never mentioned. An evil oligarch buying influence and power, is evil, never mind if they are supposed to be Left or Right Wing.

So why the extensive coverage of Soros, and the total silence on the Koch Brothers ?

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Do YOU Think People Ought To Know ?

The Koch Brothers are two of the richest people in the world, they are key funders of the right-wing infrastructure.

Oligarchs destroy, corrupt, coerce with Pay To Play Politics, disenfranchising We The People.

Oligarchs are the problem, not the solution.


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Right-Wing Billionaires Have a Project to Rewrite Our Constitution, and They Are Shockingly Close to Pulling It Off
A few years ago, it would have been a thought experiment; now it's nearly reality.
By Thom Hartmann
March 10, 2017

http://www.alternet.org/news-amp-politics/right-wing-billionaires-have-project-going-rewrite-our-constitution-and-they-are

Imagine if the U.S. Constitution barred the EPA and Department of Education from existing. All union protections are dead, there are no more federal workplace safety standards, and even child-labor laws are struck down, along with a national minimum wage.

Imagine that the Constitution makes it illegal for the federal government to protect you from big polluters, big banks and even big food and pharma—all are free to rip you off or poison you all they want, and your only remedy is in state courts and legislatures, because the Constitution prevents Congress from doing anything about any of it. The federal government can't even enforce voting or civil rights laws.

To add injury to insult, the federal government has to shut down Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, because all of these programs (along with food stamps, housing supports and any programs that help the middle class, the less fortunate or disabled) are “beyond the reach” of what the federal government can do.

A few years ago, it would have been a thought experiment; now it's nearly reality. Billionaires and the groups they fund are working to rewrite our Constitution to provide corporations and the rich with more and more protections and benefits, and chop away at anything smelling of “socialism” like Social Security or child labor laws.

The fact is that they're just a few states away from meeting their goal, and have already held dress rehearsals in Washington D.C.—with representatives from all 50 states—for a Constitional Convention that would change America forever.

The Constitution (arguably) provides for three ways to change or amend itself. The first is that Congress can propose a constitutional amendment, pass it with a supermajority in both houses, and have three-quarters of the states ratify it. This is the way it's been done for every one of the existing 27 amendments.

The second strategy is done by using Article 5 of the Constitution and driving the process up from the states. The easiest way to do this is for three-quarters of the states to legislatively approve (with majority votes in each state) an amendment, in which case Congress is unnecessary and upon ratification by the 38th state, it becomes a permanent amendment to the Constitution.

While this strategy has never been used, it's why many of the good government groups like Move To Amend and Public Citizen are pushing for a “Corporations are not people, and money is not speech” amendment.

The third—and incredibly dangerous—strategy to amend the Constitution is to simply call a “Convention of the States,” again using Article 5, and open the entire document itself up to rewriting and tinkering through the brute-force method of multiple amendments that can effectively rewrite any part of the Constitution.

This third strategy is the one being used right now, as you're reading these words, in a very well-funded effort by right-wing oligarchs. If they can pull it off in the states (where it's cheaper to buy politicians), then Congress, the president and even the courts would have no say over it.

Their goal appears to be to put into the Constitution specific prohibitions against any programs (from Social Security to Medicare to food stamps) that they've always viewed as “unconstitutional socialism,” and to permanently enshrine in the Constitution the “right” of corporations and billionaires to own politicians and spend unlimited monies to influence elections and ballot measures. It would effectively turn America into a feudal state owned by the people FDR called the "economic royalists."

The group leading this charge is called Citizens for Self-Governance, which SourceWatch.org says, "is a right-wing political organization tied to Eric O'Keefe that is campaigning for an Article V convention to amend the U.S. Constitution. Through its 'Convention of States' project, CSG promotes an effort to amend the U.S. Constitution pursuant to Article V, which provides that thirty-four states (two-thirds) can trigger a convention to propose an amendment, which must then be ratified by 38 states (three-fourths)."

They add, “CSG director Eric O'Keefe has deep ties to Charles and David Koch and has been a founder and funder of numerous right-wing groups including Wisconsin Club for Growth,” and the CSG, “through its Convention of States project, is pushing for a constitutional convention in order to severely restrict federal power, for example by redefining the Commerce Clause to prohibit Congress from enacting child labor or anti-discrimination laws, or by adding a balanced budget requirement.”

And they're actually doing it. As Wikipedia notes,

    “In December 2013, nearly 100 legislators from 32 states met at Mount Vernon to talk about how to call a convention of states. … In February 2014, U.S. Senator Tom Coburn announced that after his retirement from Congress, he would focus on promoting the Convention of States to state legislatures.

    “In December 2015, Marco Rubio endorsed CSG's efforts to a call an Article V Convention. In January 2016, Texas Governor Greg Abbott called for a Convention of States to restrict the power of the federal government.

    "As of 2016, CSG's application for a Convention of States has been passed in eight states: Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Alaska, Tennessee, Indiana, Oklahoma, and Louisiana.”


Now that they have mobilized thousands of enthusiastic billionaire-supporting conservatives across the nation, with help from one of America's most widely heard right-wing talk-radio hosts, Wikipedia notes:

    “In September 2016, CSG held a simulated convention to propose amendments to the United States Constitution in Williamsburg, Virginia. An assembly of 137 delegates representing every state gathered to conduct a simulated convention.

    “The simulated convention passed amendments relating to six topics, including requiring the states to approve any increase in the national debt, imposing term limits, limiting the Commerce Clause to its original meaning [ending minimum wage, federal right-to-unionize, and child-labor laws], limiting the power of federal regulations [aka "consumer protections], requiring a supermajority to impose federal taxes and repealing the 16th Amendment [which legalized federal income taxes], and giving the states the power to abrogate any federal law, regulation, or executive order.”

We've discussed this movie before, although we've never seen it so close to us.

On April 9, 1944, at the height of the war against fascist Germany and Japan, the New York Times published an op-ed by Vice President Henry Wallace discussing explicitly the issue of very wealthy people setting out to take over our government.

Wallace spoke directly to the danger of multimillionaire and corporate power, defining right-wing industrialists as people “who in case of conflict put money and power ahead of human beings.” He added that “in their search for money and power [they] are ruthless and deceitful. ... They... follow power and the dollar wherever they may lead."

In his strongest indictment of that day's equivalent of today's billionaire class, Wallace wrote, "They claim to be super-patriots, but they would destroy every liberty guaranteed by the Constitution. They demand free enterprise, but are the spokesmen for monopoly and vested interest. Their final objective toward which all their deceit is directed is to capture political power so that, using the power of the state and the power of the market simultaneously, they may keep the common man in eternal subjection."

As Wallace's president, Franklin D. Roosevelt said when accepting his party's re-nomination in 1936 in Philadelphia, "out of this modern civilization, economic royalists [have] carved new dynasties.... It was natural and perhaps human that the privileged princes of these new economic dynasties, thirsting for power, reached out for control over government itself. They created a new despotism and wrapped it in the robes of legal sanction."

We stand at the same crossroads Roosevelt and Wallace confronted during the Great Depression and World War II, only this time the Supreme Court (in 1976 with Buckley, 1978 in Bellotti and in 2010 with Citizens United) has given American billionaires the power to spend virtually unlimited amounts of money to own politicians and demand behavior from them so outrageous that they'd even lie on live TV and deny science itself.

The billionaire right's behavior today eerily parallels the day in 1936 when Roosevelt said, "In vain they seek to hide behind the flag and the Constitution. In their blindness they forget what the flag and the Constitution stand for."

President Roosevelt and Vice President Wallace's warnings have come full circle. It's critical that we call out these economic royalists for what they're doing, and not let them and their minions rewrite our Constitution.

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Re: JonesTown Secrets
« Reply #6 on: May 26, 2017, 05:41:39 am »
 

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A Shadowy Corporate Lobby Is Quietly Trying To Ban Protesting Across The U.S.
May 25, 2017
By Sarah Cronin
http://www.activistpost.com/2017/05/shadowy-corporate-lobby-quietly-trying-ban-protesting-across-u-s.html

So many anti-protest bills have been passed since Trump’s election that the ACLU has launched its own interactive map just to track the legislation. At the writing of this article, at least 25 bills have been introduced across 18 different states.

Unsurprisingly, the North Dakota State legislature has the most anti-protest bills of all the states, with six introduced since November. What is striking about the statewide legislation, however, is not the quantity of the bills, but the similarities between them.

When Anti-Media first began monitoring the trend in November, Washington state Senator Doug Ericksen had announced plans to introduce a bill that would criminalize demonstrators as “‘Economic Terrorists.” In March, North Carolina also passed a bill creating a criminal classification for “economic terrorism.”


By January, five other ‘anti-protest’ bills had emerged in states across the country, including a particularly contentious bill introduced in North Dakota that would exempt motorists from charges if they “accidentally” hit a demonstrator on the freeway. A nearly identical bill was introduced in the Florida legislature on the same day. Later, a version was also introduced in Tennessee.

Other sets of near-identical legislation include Missouri and North Dakota bills that would prohibit the use of masks during protest and bills introduced in Oklahoma and North Dakota that would increase penalties for trespassing on “critical infrastructure facilities” such crude oil pipelines.

This is not to mention the entire crop of ‘anti-obstruction’ bills introduced in seven different states that would increase penalties for protesters who obstruct traffic.

While there are some bills that are unique, like an Oregon bill that would require community college or public universities to expel any student convicted of rioting, the majority of the bills share such strikingly similar themes and language that it would appear as though these state legislators are working from the same legal template.


This begs the question, who is making the template?

As Traci Yoder of the National Lawyers Guild explains, it has become such common practice for special interests groups to draft model legislation at both the state and federal level that it can be difficult to say with certainty who or what is behind the current wave of anti-protest legislation.

The “obvious suspect,” Yoder says, would be the American Legislative Exchange Council, or ALEC, the influential lobbying group comprised of corporate representatives and state legislators who vote as equals on model legislation, which they then hand off to lawmakers.

ALEC gained mass media attention when it was discovered to be the driving force behind the controversial “Stand Your Ground” law that was used to justify the murder of Trayvon Martin, but it was working behind the scenes long before that. It drafts a self-proclaimed 1,000 bills per year, 20% of which become laws.

Of the 26 bills Anti-Media examined, ten were authored or sponsored by at least one known ALEC-affiliated politician, often times more.

If ALEC is behind the recent wave of recent anti-protest bills, it wouldn’t be the first time the ‘non-profit’ organization has sponsored such legislation. In 2003, ALEC-crafted legislation for states that would have criminalized animal rights activists protesters as “eco-terrorists” — in conjunction with their push for the federal Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA), which they had also drafted. AETA was passed in 2006.

“While there is no indication that anti-protest legislation is on ALEC’s current agenda, it is worth noting that the kinds of protests being targeted are all in conflict with ALEC’s anti- worker and anti-environmental platform,” Yoder wrote, referencing ALEC’s 2016 agenda.

In ALEC’s 2016 annual report, published earlier this month, ALEC also expressed a reinvigorated interest in guiding state legislative decisions.

“Now more than ever, your focus should be on the states. Right now, we are at a crossroads in American history where an incredible number of important decisions about our future are going to be made—and they are going to be made by the states,”  ALEC Chief Executive Officer Lisa B. Nelson writes.

Other likely suspects, Yoder writes, are police unions such as the Police Executive Research Forum.

    Given the pro-policing approach of the Trump administration, it would be unsurprising if law enforcement organizations prioritized criminalizing protest activity.


Of the 25 bills introduced since November, seven have been defeated or postponed indefinitely. But this is far from over. In fact, if history is any indicator, the next iteration of anti-protest laws will come — only they will be more subversive.

    As we saw from the AETA/ALEC example, we should expect to see parts of these bills introduced elsewhere should they fail in their current form.

Here is a rundown of the latest anti-protest legislation around the country:

    Total Bills: 26
    Total States: 18
    Bills passed: 7
    Bills failed: 8
    Bills pending: 11
    Bills sponsored by at least one known ALEC associate: 15


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State Bill # Description Status Known ALEC sponsor(s)
Arizona SB 1142 SB 1142 Adds “rioting” to crime statute; enables police to seize assets of protesters FAILED (passed Senate, House Speaker said will not move forward) Sen. Steve M. Smith (R-23), Public Safety and Elections Task Force[1][3]
Colorado SB 17-035 SB 17-035 Makes obstructing or tampering with oil and gas equipment punishable with up to 18 months in prison and/or $100,000 in fines pending none
Florida SB 1096 SB 1096 Exempt drivers from liability if they hit protester who is obstructing traffic FAILED (“Postponed indefinitely”) none
Georgia SB 160 SB 160 Makes blocking any highway, street, sidewalk, or other public passage a ‘high and aggravated misdemeanor.’ PASSED Sen. Steve Gooch (R-51); Commerce, Insurance and Economic Development Task Force[34]
Indiana SB 285 SB 285 Authorizes police to remove protesters “by any means necessary” Pending, “by any means necessary” clause removed and replaced with fines none
Iowa SF 111 SF 111 Would criminalize highway protesters with felony charges and five years in prison pending none
Michigan HB 4630 and HB 4643 HB 4630 Would fine picketers up to $1,000/day for individuals and up to $10,000/day for unions

HB 4643 Would make it illegal to picket under specific circumstances including obstruction of traffic

FAILED (Both shelved) Rep. Amanda Price (R-89), Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force[8] (primary sponsor of -HB 4630 and co-sponsor of HB 4643)
Minnesota HF 322 and HF 55 HF 322 would make protesters foot the bill for governmental costs related to policing unlawful demonstrations

HF 55 Makes obstruction  of highways punishable as a  “gross misdemeanor”

Both pending HF 322: Rep. Steve Drazkowski (R-21B)[4], ALEC Civil Justice Task Force Member[1], Rep. Cindy Pugh (R-33B)[9], Sen. John Howe (R-28), ALEC member[1], Rep. Matt Dean (R-38B)[4], ALEC International Relations Task Force Member[1], Rep. Linda Runbeck (R-38A), ALEC Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Member[1.

HF 55: Rep. Linda Runbeck (R-38A)

 

Mississippi SB 2730 SB 2730 Highway protesters would face fines of up to 10,000 and five years in prison FAILED (Died in committee) none
Missouri HB 179 HB 179 Makes it  illegal for protesters to wear masks, hoods or other coverings that disguise identity pending none
North Dakota HB 1304, HB 1293, HB 1426, SB 2302, SB 1203 and HB 1193 HB 1304 prohibits the use of masks, hoods or face coverings for concealment during “the commission of a criminal offense”

HB 1293 Makes it a crime to trespass “critical infrastructure facility” punishable by fine of $1,000 or 6 months in prison; anyone who vandalizes infrastructure can be charged with a felony punishable by 100,000 dollar fine or 10 years in prison

 

HB 1426 creates different classes of penalties for “rioting”

 

SB 2302 allows the attorney general to appoint ad hoc special agents for specific law enforcement purposes, including protests

 

SB 1203 Exempt drivers from liability if they hit protester who is obstructing traffic

 

HB 1193 Would create “economic harm” provision where protesters who case $1,000 in economic harm would face up to five years in prison and/or a $10,000 fine

 

 

 

 

 

 

HB 1304 PASSEDHB 1293 PASSED

HB 1426 PASSED  SB 2302 PASSED SB 1203 FAILED

HB 1193 FAILED

 

HB 1304: Rep. Alan Carlson (R-41, House Majority Leader), Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Member [4] and former ALEC State Chairman[5], Rep. Craig Headland (R-29), ALEC Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Member[4], Rep. Kim Koppelman (R-13), ALEC Civil Justice Task Force Member [3]

HB 1293: Rep. Craig Headland (R-29), ALEC Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force Member[4], Rep. Kim Koppelman (R-13), Rep. Mike R. Nathe (R-30), ALEC State Chair[16], and International Relations Task Force Member[17]

 

HB 1426: Rep. Kim Koppelman (R-13), Rep. Karen Rohr (R-31)

 

SB 2302: none

SB 1203: Rep. Vernon Laning (R-68)[13], Rep. Karen Rohr (R-31) [19]

 

HB 1193: Rep. Lawrence R. Klemin (R-47), ALEC Public Safety and Elections Task Force Member [9], Rep. Kim Koppelman (R-13), ALEC Civil Justice Task Force Member [3]

 

North Carolina SB 229 and HB 249 Introduced after protesters spoke out against former Governor Pat McCory, SB 229, expands current law to make a crime to threaten or intimidate a current or former legislative officer in retaliation for their duties.

HB 249 Would charge any person who willfully “impedes or disrupts the regular course of business” with felony crime of ‘Economic Terrorism’

both pending  none
Oklahoma HB 1123 Makes it a misdemeanor to trespass or enter  “critical infrastructure facility” punishable by fine of $1,000 or 6 months in prison; anyone who vandalizes infrastructure can be charged with a felony punishable by $100,000 fine or 10 years in prison PASSED none
Oregon SB 540 Would require community college or public universities to expel any student convicted of riot pending Rep. Kim Thatcher (R-25)[9][10][1]
South Dakota SB 176 Authorizes the commissioner of school and public lands to prohibit groups of 20+ people from “congregating” on public lands,  Makes obstructing highways a Class 2 misdemeanor PASSED Rep. Kris Langer (R-25)[19]Ryan Maher and Rep. David Novstrup (R-3), ALEC Public Safety and Elections Task Force Member [20]
Tennessee SB 944 Would immunize drivers from liability if they hit a protester who is obstructing traffic pending Sen. Bill Ketron (R-13), ALEC State Chair,[17] ALEC Energy, Environment and Agriculture Task Force[9] and Tax and Fiscal Policy Task Force member,[8] attended 2011[18] and 2015 ALEC Annual Meetings.[15] Ketron told The Tennessean that 6 other senators and 22 Tennessee legislators attended the 2015 ALEC meeting.[15]
Virginia SB 1055 Raises penalty  for remaining at a protest after dispersal order is given FAILED none
Washington SB 5009 SB 5009 Creates classification of “economic disruption” (earlier deemed “economic terrorism”) for obstructing passageways of trains and other infrastructure pending Sen. Doug Ericksen (R-42), ALEC Health and Human Services Task Force Member[16]
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