Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Money Hungry Fascists are Dead Inside - (Zombies?)

A bit of street theatre Monday as Wall Street protesters dressed as Corporate Zombies.

The Daily Mail is normally a suck ass establishment organ of propaganda in Britain.  Their article above does have an interesting array of photos not available in the censored free American Press and airwaves.

I took the title above off a hand painted cardboard sign.  That image in the Daily Mail article seems to express so much truth reflecting the anger we Americans have these days regarding immoral acts of business and government and the resulting collateral damage to us, the people.

I did the corporate grind so to speak for many decades.  It was necessary to support myself and my family and was part of the American Dream that I was building for myself and as a legacy to those that come after.

I never sold my soul to make my daily bread.  Nobody should have to.

I do wonder why millionaires are not satisfied. They used to only dream of but not need billions to be happy.  Now they are aiming at trillions and at the very expense and fabric of humanity.

Worth repeating.

Money Hungry Fascists are Dead Inside.  Zombies?

(trick of treat anyone?)

Chaput Applaudes Work of Monsignor Lynn

(Philly Morality Dream Team)

Doing a great job Bill – the coverup and being the scapegoat, taking it up the butt for the rest of your Philly religious crime family (team). But most of all, thanks for the Omerta (silence).

Msgr. William J. Lynn, the former church official awaiting trial for allegedly protecting sexually abusive priests, drew words of encouragement from Philadelphia's new archbishop and a standing ovation from scores of priests at a private gathering last month, according to people familiar with the event.

During the invitation-only dinner for Archbishop Charles J. Chaput at a parish hall in Montgomery County, Chaput singled out Lynn in the crowd and noted how difficult the ordeal has been for him, according to one priest who attended and two people briefed by others at the gala.

Much of the audience, which included hundreds of priests, then stood and applauded, said the sources, who asked not to be identified.

The exchange, in a banquet room at St. Helena's in Blue Bell, spanned just seconds in a talk by Chaput on changes and his vision for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. But it reflected one of the strongest signals of support for Lynn since his arrest and suspension from ministry in February….

(watch you back Bill - LOL)