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What Omidyar's been up to...




On 05/16/2016 10:36 PM, juan wrote:
> On Mon, 16 May 2016 08:35:28 -0700
> Rayzer <[email protected]> wrote:
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>> Fomenting media about indigenous land rights...
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> omidyar and the reuters mafia babbling about 'land rights' make as
> much sense as jack the ripper lecturing on morality. 
>
>

I sense you, like many fanatics, don't see the value of the 'small
cracks' these sorts of things make in 'systems'.

Let's talk conspiracy Juan, cause I KNOW you're bound to be one of those
'conspiracy nutjobs'.

"Power Elite Conspiracies" exist but they  are NOT overarching, cast in
stone things with some 'plan' that made them happen. Conspiracies muddle
through by hedging all bets. Any way the cards fall you win SOMETHING,
and over time that something is at least additive if not geometrically
or logarithmically enhanced.

It's up to the proles to take advantage of the hedges that work for
them. Because no one else is going to do it. Even the most perverse
skewed reporting on an issue is better than none at all for too many
reasons to enumerate here.

If the proles can't figure out the media trap their ensnared in educate
them. You'd just scoff. Hella solution.

"I think people have the capacities to see through the deceit in which
they're ensnared, but you've got to make the effort" ~Noam Chomsky

He says so right here >
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIsZwGbi9g8
(snigger, that's Tom Morello's mama announcing.)

Ah but you think Chomsky's a CIA 'operator' don't you Juan?
And Tom Morello, and Zack De La Rocha, and Abbie Hoffman Karl Marx,
Groucho Marx, and Trotsky too.

I guess everyone should just give up and not do anything at all.

BTW, USAID is on the list of foundation donors. The skew is EASY to see,
and EASY to work around just by those agency's visibility in the
organization.

Rr



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