John Mappin - REPORT FROM SWITZERLAND 🇨🇭 “The game is up. The leaders of our world now know that the injections […] https://t.wtyl.live/videos/watch/aa30a49f-a776-485a-8607-f2684878bc2b
UK Propagandist Michael Clarke puts the spin on the fall of Bakhmut:
"Bakhmut is not important." If it's not important, why has Ukraine made huge sacrifices of men and equipment to try to hold it?
Then Clarke mentions that Ukraine has mines which can be launched from artillery. That would be the illegal petal mines, banned by international law, that Ukraine has been scattering not just on the battlefield, but on civilian areas of Donetsk.
The petal mines blend in with leaves on the ground and are hard to see. Children think it's a toy and pick them up, upon which they explode and blow off the child's hand.
Petal mines have killed and wounded hundreds of civilians in Donbas.
So Michael Clarke is essentially promoting war crimes in Ukraine.
He also talked about the terrorist attack by the "Russian Volunteer Corps," but he failed to mention that they are a Nazi organization.
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I agree wealth inequality itself isn't the problem; however, I don't think the market is good at assigning value judgements to things, which leads to a whole bunch of really screwed up stuff, and the subsequent conflation of benefiting from capitalism with worshiping mammon.
For example: the CCP has been torturing religious and ethnic minorities for decades, mass surveilling their people, murdering political dissidents, and *MOST IMPORTANTLY TO INVESTORS* preventing individuals or corporations from withdrawing assets from the country "illegally". Yet, our investors, companies, etc. speculate that China is "the next big thing" and lose their asses while enriching a hostile country. People continue investing in Nestle and Tesla despite the provable child labor in their supply chains, (and of course the rest of the atrocities Nestle got away with). Why? Because making an extra 2% ROI is all that matters.
Meanwhile, private equity firms in the US buy up failing companies for pennies on the dollar, try to squeeze *every* *last* *drop* of capital out of them, and cause lasting damage in the process (see the environmental damage caused by rail issues across the US, alongside the mess of our hospitals, many of which are owned by private equity). Their M.O. is to run things so lean, and to cut so many corners, that the business fails anyway, but at least they didn't let any of that money go to the worke- I mean-down the drain.
The impacts of our modern values in relation to money go on and on, because nearly everyone has a price but not a spine: they'll sell out their employees and the business they built up to get rich, and leave the people they employ in the hands of a board who never sees them, and frankly doesn't care about them at all. For most, it's not about loyalty, purpose, effecting change in the world, and eking out a living (even a good one!) in the process; it's solely about the number of 0s on the check. It's so bad to the point that peoples lives and finances are ruined for "shareholder value", while disregarding the people who actually generated value for the company and the economy.
Finally, the reasons that the poor "cannot create wealth" is that often it is taken from them while the wealthy are given kickbacks in an almost perverse way: banks charge more fees for lower account balances, accessing credit with lower APY is more difficult, etc. Of course much of this boils down to financial literacy, but when a single car accident can bankrupt a family due to exorbitant healthcare coverage, adversarial insurance companies can screw anyone who can't sue them (by not paying out), etc, it's easy to see that there are not enough legal protections for the impoverished when the penalties for victimizing them are a pittance or even nonexistent.
So while I can agree that money *itself* isn't the problem, the modern "idolatry" of it is such a perverting influence that people conflate the two, because frankly it's difficult not to.