Their Revolution Began On April 30, 1975

May 2018
East Coast Of U.S.A.
You don't know that.
To imaginethat: My “knowing” is based on the record beginning in the late 19th century.

Population control is the goal of ruling classes everywhere —— beginning with the Eugenics Movement in Teddy Roosevelt’s time. Defeating Nazi Germany’s eugenics policies changed nothing as you can see:

Software billionaire Bill Gates, who previously has advocated the reduction of the human population through the use of vaccines, and his wife Melinda marked the 100th year since the First International Eugenics Congress in London with a “family planning” summit with abortionists and the United Nations.​

Bill Gates: World needs fewer people​
Joins abortionists for 'family planning' conference on eugenics​
Published: 08/19/2012 at 4:36 PM​

Typically, parasites are eliminated.
To imaginethat: Despite ruling class uniting in a common goal in the United Nations —— rank & file parasites are acquiring the political power to do the eliminating for the first time in history —— compliments of democracy.

NOTE: Briefly, today’s ruling classes made a bargain with rank & file butchers in government —— we will work with you on population controls if we can keep our wealth and privileges.
Sep 2018
cleveland ohio
To bill sands: In the modern world parasites live on tax dollars. They sow no crops; they sew no garments; they produce nothing of value. (Parasites should not be confused with legitimate civil servants.)


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please explain this then The Nordics are the best-governed countries in the world
How Sweden became one of the most innovative countries on earth

China has the world's fastest growth in living standards
China has the world's fastest growth in living standards -
China seeks to become a "socialist country" by 2050
Is China socialist? A long (and better) answer
he desire to deny that there are leftist success stories in the world, he desire to deny that there are leftist success stories in the world, Nordic Socialism Is Realer Than You Think – MattBruenig | Politics

Thereafter, Uruguay’s leaders realised that the economy needed to diversify. The Broad Front (FA), a leftist coalition that has governed since 2005, began an effort to “decouple” Uruguay from its neighbours. Under two FA presidents—Tabaré Vázquez, an oncologist who governed from 2005 to 2010 and again since 2015, and José Mujica, a former guerrilla who held office between Mr Vázquez’s two terms—the government created special tax regimes and set up economic zones to attract investment. Uruguay entered new industries, such as software and audiovisual services, which exported to new markets. Between 2001 and 2016 the share of exports going to Brazil and Argentina fell from 37% to 21%.

Recently the government has invested in raising productivity. Public spending on science and technology increased by 73% in real terms between 2007 and 2015. Even cattle farmers adopted new technology. While Argentina slapped export tariffs on beef to hold down domestic prices, Uruguay became the first Latin American country to make all its beef exports electronically traceable, a way of reassuring buyers that problems like foot-and-mouth disease will be caught early. Between 2005 and 2012 Argentina’s beef exports fell by three-quarters; Uruguay now sells more than its larger neighbour.
At the same time, FA governments stuck with the orthodox economic policies they inherited and with practices that make the country attractive to investors, such as keeping taxes low and the judiciary independent of political influence.
The formula has worked. Uruguay kept growing after Brazil and Argentina entered recession in 2014. The middle class, as defined by the World Bank, grew from 39% of the population in 2003 to 71 % in 2015. Uruguay’s income per person is the highest in Latin America.
Not everything is rosy. Growth dropped in 2015 and has not bounced back to its old level. The economy still looks over-dependent on exports, which account for a fifth of GDP. Both inflation, at 7%, and the budget deficit excluding interest payments, at 3.5%, are too high. Uruguay has rigid labour markets. The education system needs reform. The population is ageing.
Taking good tidings for granted, Uruguayans are focusing on their discontents. A rural workers’ movement is demanding lower taxes and electricity bills. Its protests have lasted for weeks, dragging the government’s approval ratings down to an all-time low of 27%. In an election next year the FA could lose power for the first time in 15 years. That would end at least one of Latin America’s longest winning streaks.
This article appeared in the The Americas section of the print edition under the headline "The magic of Montevideo"
Uruguay’s record-setting economic growth streak
you can have a free and equal democratic society that takes care of the needy and remains vibrant there are many examples
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Oct 2010
To imaginethat: My “knowing” is based on the record beginning in the late 19th century.
You made this allegation: I do know that you and your kind would legislate population controls until you kill 3/4ths of the world’s population.

You don't know that.
May 2018
East Coast Of U.S.A.
Approximately 300,000,000 guns is the accepted number of guns in America. I do not know how it breaks down, nor do I know how many of those guns the federal government have targeted for confiscation, but 300,000,000 is not enough guns in civilian hands. Here is why:
Does this guy ever think that an overwhelming majority of those guns will spill the blood of him and his kind?


Actor James Cromwell warns of 'blood in the streets'

Notice that his threat was accompanied by Victoria’s pronoun.

“If we don’t stop [President Trump] now, then we will have a revolution for real. There will be blood in the streets.”​

All of those touchy-feely liberals would be happier and healthier after they cure their tapeworm infections.

Only kings, presidents, editors, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the editorial "we." Mark Twain
Nov 2012
Lebanon, TN
What the fuck was the benefit for White America, or Black America for that matter, to fight and die in the jungle half a world away? I agree with you that the Communist Revolution was taking place here, but their resources would've been better suited in combating not only the Communists at home, but the International Banking Cabal that controlled the Government and still does to this day.
LBJ needed Vietnam to fester his Guns and Butter economic plan.