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ollaimh BS: Does money cause delusional thinking? (92* d) RE: BS: Does money cause delusional thinking? 21 Jul 18


the whole of american mainstream culture is about money and war, as is english. yes they are totally delsuional. they are impervious to the idea that they ever did a wrong thing, =or they find others flaws and then two hundred wrongs make a right.

laissez faire caoitalism, which is really military capitalism, rose with the shittish empire to commit more atrocities than nazis, but the usa is catching up fast. the present refugee crisis on the american southern border is the direct result of american backed, trained armed anf unded coups and insurections, to try and take native land for american companies or their local alies. this has resulted in the deaths of hundred of thousands since the reagan years.   the guatemalean regime of rios monte alone murdered about a quarter million mayan natives with full funding, training backing and support of the reagan adminstration and the greed driven religious right ssuch as falwell, pat robertson.

most american seem totally unaware that the greed of their coprorations has caused this.

the obama adminstration over threw the elected government of haiti twice and rigged the elections in hiondouras and continues to suport the murder squads who murder natives who try and keep their land.

yeah greed greed greed andd war war war is what america and england have been about since laissez faire capitalism


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