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  1. Central Scrutinizer

    Central Scrutinizer12 tuntia sitten

    ....What's up with Nancy's cones? Are they getting bigger or something? Maybe it's a Pinocchio situation. Those must be the biggest, sloppiest....oldest boobs in DC.

  2. Tom Campbell

    Tom Campbell12 tuntia sitten

    TRUMP 2020 !!!!!!

  3. Crow Creek Outdoors

    Crow Creek Outdoors12 tuntia sitten

    He forgot to play the clip where he was in staunch opposition to removing a seated president from office. But that was Slick Willy & we know he gets a pass for all his actual crimes for which there was indisputable proof.

  4. Tom Campbell

    Tom Campbell12 tuntia sitten

    Expel NADLER - he is a CORRUPT POLITICAL HACK

  5. Tajai Calip

    Tajai Calip12 tuntia sitten

    All corruption that is Publicly known and People who state that they are Patriots, wear badges, and have Titles that they claim to be very proud of. This is their legacy and contribution to America.

  6. Checko_O7

    Checko_O712 tuntia sitten

    SHUT DOWN CHINA!!

  7. Echad Lev Shtim

    Echad Lev Shtim12 tuntia sitten

    State of the art technology there, manually turning the hands and all, lmao.

  8. Sweet Willy

    Sweet Willy12 tuntia sitten

    Oh the meltdown when Trump wins again in Nov is going to be epic

  9. Alonso Rosales

    Alonso Rosales12 tuntia sitten

    Looks like another old case of sum white female looken for BBC haha

  10. Tommy Hayfield

    Tommy Hayfield12 tuntia sitten

    Me and also my friends walked SO far over your head--#Lester-- --#Holt---- you couldn't even see our FEET!

  11. Bling Blah

    Bling Blah12 tuntia sitten

    This whole story doesn’t add up it’s still a conspiracy and they forgot about it , it happened and not even talked about anymore . Definitely sad and weird

  12. Alta Montgomery

    Alta Montgomery12 tuntia sitten

    Jerry nadler go on you show with Lindsey Graham said about the Constitution

  13. Labron Million constuction

    Labron Million constuction12 tuntia sitten

    Sounds just like a dem repeats him self over and over and over

  14. Sapphire

    Sapphire12 tuntia sitten

    Let it happen already, half the population needs to reduce. Restart humanity all over again. All this anti climactic news headlines just makes me want it to happen more and more.

  15. Coolgaming Productions

    Coolgaming Productions12 tuntia sitten

    I knew it! My theory is correct Iran is allies with North Korea and North Korea is allies with China and China is with Russia this is now ww3 ladies and gentlemen and another destroyed plane but this time it was a missile again people were expecting another 9/11 but nope it was this now causing the death of 600 of course we will declare war on Russia and Iran little do we know they also allied themselves with China and North Korea while we have turkey,Canada and of course the UK and if we do this war millions are getting drafted we are looking at a full draft sweep so we now know that many are fleeing the draft and the war while this time India does not stay neutral but is not on ww3 India has a war of its own meanwhile if we help Australia we might make another alliance with Australia maybe some evacuations and maybe we could send fire teams to help with fire so for now Australia is neutral but if we mess with India India is gonna go through two wars ww3 on whatever side and on the other war idc to even talk about but this is just the beginning and don’t worry JAPAN is by our side so we got US allies: Canada UK Turkey US(ourselves) Japan Iranian alliance: Russia China North Korea Iran So it’s a 5v5 a war to the death If you are fleeing the war like this comment 👇🏻

  16. dannygitmo

    dannygitmo12 tuntia sitten

    Nadler happy to commit career suicide for the due jour item. De democratic influence....lol.

  17. uknow who

    uknow who12 tuntia sitten

    Where there's smoke there's fire. I just wish Oprah had been more smart about being executive producer on this documentary. How did she let it go so far without having even seen it?

  18. James Campbell

    James Campbell12 tuntia sitten

    Bernie baby.

  19. Gmail User

    Gmail User12 tuntia sitten

    I wonder if Jerry - and others - realize that the President can fully DENY aid to foreign governments, completely! The fact that Nadler and Co. keep repeating the mantra "withheld aid" is foolish enough in its own right, because it never happened. But, just like when Biden told the Ukrainian officials "you aren't getting the billion", and they responded "you aren't the President", Biden replied "call him". If DELAYING aid - as these dimwits are claiming - is Impeachable, what about the threat to DENY aid? Which is worse? Saying "do us a favor" or demanding "I'm leaving in 6 hours. Either the guy gets fired or you aren't getting the money"..? Which one?

  20. Alta Montgomery

    Alta Montgomery12 tuntia sitten

    what did what they need to do that house in the article of impeachment trial put up the Constitution and go through it one by one for those Republicans senators and lawyers from Fox news in TV lawyers to see

  21. Sylvester

    Sylvester12 tuntia sitten

    NOW THAT ( F ) UP.

  22. Helen Righteousness

    Helen Righteousness12 tuntia sitten

    Shame on American citizens who don’t pay attention to the impeachment trial of Donald Trump

  23. Grace Cox

    Grace Cox12 tuntia sitten

    Clearly she hasn’t fully educated herself 🙄

  24. Rosyidin 123

    Rosyidin 12312 tuntia sitten

    I love EPOCH TIME real news , from indonesia

  25. Politicaloco

    Politicaloco12 tuntia sitten

    Propaganda?!??? Anything Pro-Trump is propaganda.

  26. Pendragon Love

    Pendragon Love12 tuntia sitten

    OMG!! 😮😮😮😱!

  27. Danny

    Danny12 tuntia sitten

    *accidentally moves clock hand to midnight -Everyone in the room: figos.info/videot/hsa415yNgZhmq40.html

  28. kidthump

    kidthump12 tuntia sitten

    I hope Biden asks all of our allies for help in the next election.

  29. Leppalimes

    Leppalimes12 tuntia sitten

    "In 12 years the world will end because of [climate change; global warming; global cooling; nuclear weapons; capitalism; republicans]" - Democrats every 12 years.

  30. Billy Bloggs

    Billy Bloggs12 tuntia sitten

    MSDNC

  31. Billy Bloggs

    Billy Bloggs12 tuntia sitten

    MSDNC

  32. Adam Brady

    Adam Brady12 tuntia sitten

    Total time waster. The Dems will blow millions of dollars for nothing. What happens to Trump will happen to YOU. Your behavior is shameful.

  33. Warren Parker

    Warren Parker12 tuntia sitten

    Alot of the networks covering this have decided to air soap operas because the ratings are so low

  34. DurdenTyler21

    DurdenTyler2112 tuntia sitten

    Anyone else remember when Trump spoke about the Corruption in puerto rico... Anyone else remember mass media and the left bashing trump for his statements about Puerto Rico and their mishandling of funds, relief aid, and supplies........... Anyone?

  35. spraypaintJT

    spraypaintJT12 tuntia sitten

    Come try this in the South puzzies

  36. Leo G

    Leo G12 tuntia sitten

    If I had a quarter for every comment that said this is y she lost id be a rich man

  37. Dingles

    Dingles12 tuntia sitten

    Are these Democrats completely clueless or what? I mean, why could the situation not be as follows: If there is an agreed investigation between Zelensky and Trump regarding an illicit drug deal, with clearly no 'quid pro quo' to benefit the President as no conditions were required from the Ukraine, then the withholding of the aid funds may well have been to first establish whether Zelensky is "cocha" and not in on the deal. Once established that Zelensky was not "in on" the drug deal, then it would be REALLY, REALLY dumb to reveal details of any such investigation, wouldn't it? It would derail it. Why did Sonderland, Hill or whoever, leak these conversations and emails to Congress in the first place? Something is not right with all of THEM. Since when are investigating authorities bound to hand over to Congress details of investigations? Since when are national security advisers supposed to talk to Congress about ongoing investigations? Anything is possible here and with ZERO EVIDENCE submitted by the Democrats, it could even be that Democrat Party Congressmen are involved in the deal , that they, the Democrat Party twisted it all back against The President to try to implicate him - a tool to "alert" others by going public and maybe to shut down the investigation and bully the President? Is the message from the Democrat Party to POTUS and all future POTUS, if you investigate us then you can expect to be impeached? It could be any number of scenarios. Without EVIDENCE all of this is just speculation, which is what the Democrats' Impeachment Article subsequently itself amounts to. It is WHY evidence must be established before running to the Senate CRYING impeachment with insufficient evidence. It's a complete circus. Worse, probably a major breach of National Security and heads need to roll, particularly if it has compromised an investigation. The 'quid pro quo' call appears to be a red herring. I think there should be a very serious investigation, unless Giuliani already has the facts. Do they know he does, so then a vilification campaign is being run against him by the complicit, lapdog Presstitutes? This is why we need FACT witnesses in this trial, not a dog and pony show held in the House basement.

  38. Counter Kidnapping

    Counter Kidnapping12 tuntia sitten

    Leg day my man

  39. Rip Off

    Rip Off12 tuntia sitten

    A GLADIATOR!!!!

  40. D Core

    D Core12 tuntia sitten

    Ths is what just broke and he is done

  41. J C

    J C12 tuntia sitten

    Ohhh so enough supplies were sent to Puerto Rico!

  42. mayedaj

    mayedaj12 tuntia sitten

    The Dems are corrupt! The reason why it’s so important for them to impeach is that they don’t want POTUS to expose the corruption they all had their hands in. The will do anything and everything to cover up what happened in the Ukraine. We deserve to know what happened to tax payer money that was unaccounted for.

  43. Rip Off

    Rip Off12 tuntia sitten

    HAMMER time!!!! Wow, hit them real hard!!!--

  44. Rip Off

    Rip Off12 tuntia sitten

    Best Democrat in the house, HORSE chested, he is the grass cutter from D.C.!!!

  45. Dandy Chiggins

    Dandy Chiggins12 tuntia sitten

    AFTER the impeachment inquiry over the Ukraine call started the President said, on national television, that China should investigate the Bidens. That came on the eve of trade talks with China. China refused. Why in the world would you do that when your butt is already in the hot seat?

  46. Richardo

    Richardo12 tuntia sitten

    Here is the danger of that clip... nadler should of let Schiff used that clip... because now you can bet.... the republicans are going to put nadler back then up on the screen

  47. xoof89

    xoof8912 tuntia sitten

    stupid people

  48. mls

    mls12 tuntia sitten

    God bless america. Love Jesus The name of God of whole universe.

  49. Bitchyougottrolled

    Bitchyougottrolled12 tuntia sitten

    He says Allah as if he doesn’t burn Qurans and destroy mosques 😂

  50. cobra5359

    cobra535912 tuntia sitten

    Rent is too expensive. Something needs to be done about high rents.

  51. Jae bans

    Jae bans12 tuntia sitten

    You can get them in cleveland at any convenient store

  52. Mathew Blackman

    Mathew Blackman12 tuntia sitten

    Nadler sounds like a bad imitation of Woody Allen. Another super loser.

  53. Papa Tom

    Papa Tom12 tuntia sitten

    Try buying a gun online..Every legal site says "MUST BE SENT TO A FFL DEALER FOR BACKGROUND CHECK"

  54. John Bell

    John Bell12 tuntia sitten

    Good thing weeds illegal...just think how bad it would be if it wasn't!....ftp...prayers

  55. Natasha

    Natasha12 tuntia sitten

    In traditional education, a pure free market is idealized as self-regulating, without the need for outside interference, such as government regulation, touting unobstructed trade between "voluntary" parties, with prices determined through supply and demand. But "pure" fully autonomous, self-regulating market economy is actually not possible in real life, even though many are still convinced that it could be. Simply put, such self-regulatory market forces have a limited range of effect and once factors of fraud, desperation, irrationality, and the host of detrimental EXTERNALITIES come into play, the whole thing falls apart into disorder and abuse, much like how the global world market is today. This is where infinite and endless debate occurs over how much interference government should impose. In fact, most of the major economic schools divide themselves along these lines. Terms such as "neoliberal," "laissez faire," "deregulation," or "nonintervention" are common to those who feel the market should be more "free" in order to be more economically efficient. Conversely, those who argue for increased regulation/state controls, unions, welfare, and increased safeguards tend to be categorized along the slippery slope of derided pejorative bowels of market "socialism." At the epicenter of the debate is the degree of faith in MARKET SELF-REGULATION. Adam Smith, the 18th century philosopher largely considered the father of this worldview, coined the now famous term INVISIBLE HAND to suggest that people, acting selfishly in their economic behavior, will paradoxically produce outcomes that improve society as a whole, with what laid the foundation for GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM THEORY. This theory sought to explain the functioning of the market as a whole in terms of supply, demand, prices, and argued for a resulting balance to some acceptable degree without intervention, preventing things like banking failures, extreme wage differentials, goods shortages, and other imbalances that have ironically been long constituents and constants in capitalist societies. A notable example was the 1999 financial deregulation of US banks through the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, introduced after the Great Depression in 1933 to help ensure commercial banks would no longer get involved with investment banks, pursuing risky speculation with their customers' assets. However, once repealed, after about $300 million in lobbying efforts, commercial banks turned around and engaged in credit-default swaps and other high-risk derivatives, paving the way for the 2008 global financial crisis. Not only did the 2008 financial crisis trigger millions of home foreclosures, but an estimated 10,000 suicides between 2008 and 2010 have also been linked to the related "Great Recession" across America and Europe, along with 500,000 deaths worldwide from cancer due to lack of medical attention as a result of financial loss, unemployment, and/or loss of public healthcare benefits. THE BELIEF IN THE "FREE MARKET," AS IT IS STILL POLITICALLY TERMED ACROSS THE WORLD, IS A CRITICALLY IMPORTANT MYTH TO MODERN SOCIETY. THE PUBLIC'S FAITH IN THE MARKET SYSTEM, WITH ALL ITS CLAIMS OF "FREEDOM" AND "EMPOWERMENT," SERVES TO PROTECT THE STATUS QUO, DOMINANCE HIERARCHY, AND, MOST IMPORTANT, THE VAST SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PRIVILEGE ENJOYED BY THE ELITE MINORITY. It is a system that paints the illusion of a non-totalitarian social order that engages in no real coercion or violence against the population. YET THE TRUTH IS THAT THE MARKET IS AT BEST ONLY A MILD IMPROVEMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HISTORICAL SYSTEMS BASED UPON SCARCITY, SELF-INTEREST, COMPETITION, AND DOMINANCE. ANCIENT SLAVERY, FEUDALISM, MERCANTILISM, AND ALL POST-NEOLITHIC SOCIAL SYSTEMS THUS FAR HAVE BEEN FOUNDATIONALLY ELITIST IN THEIR MECHANISMS AND LOYALTIES, SHARING THIS COMMON THREAD OF STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE. While there are political, religious, and other social aspects to the broadest definition of structural violence, one only needs to look at only the aspects linked to the market economy's organization structure and its derived incentives to see massive SOCIAL POLLUTION. Social pollution, or the socioeconomic form of structural violence that correlates to millions of deaths a year through poverty and suffering while arguably being completely unnecessary, with the conclusion that this form of violence kills and harms more than all wars, dictators, genocides, and other direct kinds of violence put together. In the words of scholar Joel Kovel, poetically encapsulating the procedural nature of this ongoing yet rather silent tragedy: "NEVER HAS A HOLOCAUST BEEN CARRIED OUT SO IMPERSONALLY." To explain the outline and flow of causality, I'll start by restating that a social system based on property, exchange, labor-for-income, competitive self-regulation, and the capacity to profit from scarcity and suffering, sets in motion this predictable array of outcomes. The cyclical consumption needed to keep employment up, along with the need for economic growth to recover from previous contractions, powers the machine's structure. Earthly resources are inventory to be exploited, along with human labor. At the same time, negative externalities flourish, and increasingly so, as our technological capacity grows, often being used for the wrong purposes such as war. This is all embodied in the market structure, like the tiny seed that sprouts a towering tree. Again, it is often argued that capitalism is a specific mode of market behavior, separate from other forms of market economies. This is a false distinction. While economists often talk about true "free markets" or differentiate between "state capitalism," merchant capitalism," and even "market socialism," these are all variations on a core, foundational theme. The tiny seed that grew to a towering tree may produce various fruits, but no matter how diverse they seem, the genetics of that tree remain the same, stuck in monetary exchange and scarcity. The system can only produce a limited range of societal variation, along with a limited range of resulting social psychology -- such as deprivation, stratification, prejudice, mental illness, violence, and exploitation and oppression.

  56. Natasha

    Natasha12 tuntia sitten

    In traditional education, a pure free market is idealized as self-regulating, without the need for outside interference, such as government regulation, touting unobstructed trade between "voluntary" parties, with prices determined through supply and demand. But "pure" fully autonomous, self-regulating market economy is actually not possible in real life, even though many are still convinced that it could be. Simply put, such self-regulatory market forces have a limited range of effect and once factors of fraud, desperation, irrationality, and the host of detrimental EXTERNALITIES come into play, the whole thing falls apart into disorder and abuse, much like how the global world market is today. This is where infinite and endless debate occurs over how much interference government should impose. In fact, most of the major economic schools divide themselves along these lines. Terms such as "neoliberal," "laissez faire," "deregulation," or "nonintervention" are common to those who feel the market should be more "free" in order to be more economically efficient. Conversely, those who argue for increased regulation/state controls, unions, welfare, and increased safeguards tend to be categorized along the slippery slope of derided pejorative bowels of market "socialism." At the epicenter of the debate is the degree of faith in MARKET SELF-REGULATION. Adam Smith, the 18th century philosopher largely considered the father of this worldview, coined the now famous term INVISIBLE HAND to suggest that people, acting selfishly in their economic behavior, will paradoxically produce outcomes that improve society as a whole, with what laid the foundation for GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM THEORY. This theory sought to explain the functioning of the market as a whole in terms of supply, demand, prices, and argued for a resulting balance to some acceptable degree without intervention, preventing things like banking failures, extreme wage differentials, goods shortages, and other imbalances that have ironically been long constituents and constants in capitalist societies. A notable example was the 1999 financial deregulation of US banks through the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, introduced after the Great Depression in 1933 to help ensure commercial banks would no longer get involved with investment banks, pursuing risky speculation with their customers' assets. However, once repealed, after about $300 million in lobbying efforts, commercial banks turned around and engaged in credit-default swaps and other high-risk derivatives, paving the way for the 2008 global financial crisis. Not only did the 2008 financial crisis trigger millions of home foreclosures, but an estimated 10,000 suicides between 2008 and 2010 have also been linked to the related "Great Recession" across America and Europe, along with 500,000 deaths worldwide from cancer due to lack of medical attention as a result of financial loss, unemployment, and/or loss of public healthcare benefits. THE BELIEF IN THE "FREE MARKET," AS IT IS STILL POLITICALLY TERMED ACROSS THE WORLD, IS A CRITICALLY IMPORTANT MYTH TO MODERN SOCIETY. THE PUBLIC'S FAITH IN THE MARKET SYSTEM, WITH ALL ITS CLAIMS OF "FREEDOM" AND "EMPOWERMENT," SERVES TO PROTECT THE STATUS QUO, DOMINANCE HIERARCHY, AND, MOST IMPORTANT, THE VAST SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PRIVILEGE ENJOYED BY THE ELITE MINORITY. It is a system that paints the illusion of a non-totalitarian social order that engages in no real coercion or violence against the population. YET THE TRUTH IS THAT THE MARKET IS AT BEST ONLY A MILD IMPROVEMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HISTORICAL SYSTEMS BASED UPON SCARCITY, SELF-INTEREST, COMPETITION, AND DOMINANCE. ANCIENT SLAVERY, FEUDALISM, MERCANTILISM, AND ALL POST-NEOLITHIC SOCIAL SYSTEMS THUS FAR HAVE BEEN FOUNDATIONALLY ELITIST IN THEIR MECHANISMS AND LOYALTIES, SHARING THIS COMMON THREAD OF STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE. While there are political, religious, and other social aspects to the broadest definition of structural violence, one only needs to look at only the aspects linked to the market economy's organization structure and its derived incentives to see massive SOCIAL POLLUTION. Social pollution, or the socioeconomic form of structural violence that correlates to millions of deaths a year through poverty and suffering while arguably being completely unnecessary, with the conclusion that this form of violence kills and harms more than all wars, dictators, genocides, and other direct kinds of violence put together. In the words of scholar Joel Kovel, poetically encapsulating the procedural nature of this ongoing yet rather silent tragedy: "NEVER HAS A HOLOCAUST BEEN CARRIED OUT SO IMPERSONALLY." To explain the outline and flow of causality, I'll start by restating that a social system based on property, exchange, labor-for-income, competitive self-regulation, and the capacity to profit from scarcity and suffering, sets in motion this predictable array of outcomes. The cyclical consumption needed to keep employment up, along with the need for economic growth to recover from previous contractions, powers the machine's structure. Earthly resources are inventory to be exploited, along with human labor. At the same time, negative externalities flourish, and increasingly so, as our technological capacity grows, often being used for the wrong purposes such as war. This is all embodied in the market structure, like the tiny seed that sprouts a towering tree. Again, it is often argued that capitalism is a specific mode of market behavior, separate from other forms of market economies. This is a false distinction. While economists often talk about true "free markets" or differentiate between "state capitalism," merchant capitalism," and even "market socialism," these are all variations on a core, foundational theme. The tiny seed that grew to a towering tree may produce various fruits, but no matter how diverse they seem, the genetics of that tree remain the same, stuck in monetary exchange and scarcity. The system can only produce a limited range of societal variation, along with a limited range of resulting social psychology -- such as deprivation, stratification, prejudice, mental illness, violence, and exploitation and oppression.

  57. Natasha

    Natasha12 tuntia sitten

    In traditional education, a pure free market is idealized as self-regulating, without the need for outside interference, such as government regulation, touting unobstructed trade between "voluntary" parties, with prices determined through supply and demand. But "pure" fully autonomous, self-regulating market economy is actually not possible in real life, even though many are still convinced that it could be. Simply put, such self-regulatory market forces have a limited range of effect and once factors of fraud, desperation, irrationality, and the host of detrimental EXTERNALITIES come into play, the whole thing falls apart into disorder and abuse, much like how the global world market is today. This is where infinite and endless debate occurs over how much interference government should impose. In fact, most of the major economic schools divide themselves along these lines. Terms such as "neoliberal," "laissez faire," "deregulation," or "nonintervention" are common to those who feel the market should be more "free" in order to be more economically efficient. Conversely, those who argue for increased regulation/state controls, unions, welfare, and increased safeguards tend to be categorized along the slippery slope of derided pejorative bowels of market "socialism." At the epicenter of the debate is the degree of faith in MARKET SELF-REGULATION. Adam Smith, the 18th century philosopher largely considered the father of this worldview, coined the now famous term INVISIBLE HAND to suggest that people, acting selfishly in their economic behavior, will paradoxically produce outcomes that improve society as a whole, with what laid the foundation for GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM THEORY. This theory sought to explain the functioning of the market as a whole in terms of supply, demand, prices, and argued for a resulting balance to some acceptable degree without intervention, preventing things like banking failures, extreme wage differentials, goods shortages, and other imbalances that have ironically been long constituents and constants in capitalist societies. A notable example was the 1999 financial deregulation of US banks through the repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act, introduced after the Great Depression in 1933 to help ensure commercial banks would no longer get involved with investment banks, pursuing risky speculation with their customers' assets. However, once repealed, after about $300 million in lobbying efforts, commercial banks turned around and engaged in credit-default swaps and other high-risk derivatives, paving the way for the 2008 global financial crisis. Not only did the 2008 financial crisis trigger millions of home foreclosures, but an estimated 10,000 suicides between 2008 and 2010 have also been linked to the related "Great Recession" across America and Europe, along with 500,000 deaths worldwide from cancer due to lack of medical attention as a result of financial loss, unemployment, and/or loss of public healthcare benefits. THE BELIEF IN THE "FREE MARKET," AS IT IS STILL POLITICALLY TERMED ACROSS THE WORLD, IS A CRITICALLY IMPORTANT MYTH TO MODERN SOCIETY. THE PUBLIC'S FAITH IN THE MARKET SYSTEM, WITH ALL ITS CLAIMS OF "FREEDOM" AND "EMPOWERMENT," SERVES TO PROTECT THE STATUS QUO, DOMINANCE HIERARCHY, AND, MOST IMPORTANT, THE VAST SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PRIVILEGE ENJOYED BY THE ELITE MINORITY. It is a system that paints the illusion of a non-totalitarian social order that engages in no real coercion or violence against the population. YET THE TRUTH IS THAT THE MARKET IS AT BEST ONLY A MILD IMPROVEMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF HISTORICAL SYSTEMS BASED UPON SCARCITY, SELF-INTEREST, COMPETITION, AND DOMINANCE. ANCIENT SLAVERY, FEUDALISM, MERCANTILISM, AND ALL POST-NEOLITHIC SOCIAL SYSTEMS THUS FAR HAVE BEEN FOUNDATIONALLY ELITIST IN THEIR MECHANISMS AND LOYALTIES, SHARING THIS COMMON THREAD OF STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE. While there are political, religious, and other social aspects to the broadest definition of structural violence, one only needs to look at only the aspects linked to the market economy's organization structure and its derived incentives to see massive SOCIAL POLLUTION. Social pollution, or the socioeconomic form of structural violence that correlates to millions of deaths a year through poverty and suffering while arguably being completely unnecessary, with the conclusion that this form of violence kills and harms more than all wars, dictators, genocides, and other direct kinds of violence put together. In the words of scholar Joel Kovel, poetically encapsulating the procedural nature of this ongoing yet rather silent tragedy: "NEVER HAS A HOLOCAUST BEEN CARRIED OUT SO IMPERSONALLY." To explain the outline and flow of causality, I'll start by restating that a social system based on property, exchange, labor-for-income, competitive self-regulation, and the capacity to profit from scarcity and suffering, sets in motion this predictable array of outcomes. The cyclical consumption needed to keep employment up, along with the need for economic growth to recover from previous contractions, powers the machine's structure. Earthly resources are inventory to be exploited, along with human labor. At the same time, negative externalities flourish, and increasingly so, as our technological capacity grows, often being used for the wrong purposes such as war. This is all embodied in the market structure, like the tiny seed that sprouts a towering tree. Again, it is often argued that capitalism is a specific mode of market behavior, separate from other forms of market economies. This is a false distinction. While economists often talk about true "free markets" or differentiate between "state capitalism," merchant capitalism," and even "market socialism," these are all variations on a core, foundational theme. The tiny seed that grew to a towering tree may produce various fruits, but no matter how diverse they seem, the genetics of that tree remain the same, stuck in monetary exchange and scarcity. The system can only produce a limited range of societal variation, along with a limited range of resulting social psychology -- such as deprivation, stratification, prejudice, mental illness, violence, and exploitation and oppression.

  58. Michael Ortiz

    Michael Ortiz12 tuntia sitten

    Make America Brown Again Execute trump and trump supporters for treason against America

  59. Pohaku Mana

    Pohaku Mana12 tuntia sitten

    THIS IS WHY, his base follow him like lemmings on twitter and don't have the cerebral mass between their ears to understand the trial. figos.info/videot/jNHVp3F-n3B5emw.html

  60. Wally Wally

    Wally Wally12 tuntia sitten

    Democrats have become targets of their own unfortunate future 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣😭😭😭

  61. Marcela M

    Marcela M12 tuntia sitten

    def need to update the members of the academy

  62. Wally Wally

    Wally Wally12 tuntia sitten

    I still cant stop laughing at NADLER BULLSH_T 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  63. jt708083

    jt70808312 tuntia sitten

    William Steven Knight II was murdered by a coworker for being a Trump supporter on January 21st. Why are you not covering this?

  64. Papa Tom

    Papa Tom12 tuntia sitten

    Two million trying to decide what is suitable for 340 million. Democrats?

  65. Boton Jupiter

    Boton Jupiter12 tuntia sitten

    Make America adam Schiff 🇺🇸

  66. Nicole Love

    Nicole Love12 tuntia sitten

    Thank you, Senator [D-Minn], Amy Klobuchar! 💖💕

  67. Boton Jupiter

    Boton Jupiter12 tuntia sitten

    Adam say it thats how it is

  68. Steven H

    Steven H12 tuntia sitten

    It was collusion then the Russians then racism then abuse of power then a cover up then blah blah blah. They have absolutely nothing.

  69. toni s

    toni s12 tuntia sitten

    I’d be in jail if that was my mom

  70. rj

    rj12 tuntia sitten

    Nothing but hearsay; no witnesses, no evidence, no crime -- case dismissed !

  71. lamar lewis

    lamar lewis12 tuntia sitten

    Wow wow I'm glad shes a patriot for us in the usa thank you

  72. Adam Domanski

    Adam Domanski12 tuntia sitten

    Who came here right after Steven crowder

  73. 420UrbanFarmer

    420UrbanFarmer12 tuntia sitten

    Humans:100 seconds to midnight Coronavirus:Just entered the chat

  74. Charles Miller

    Charles Miller12 tuntia sitten

    Nobody CARES

  75. Okar Kakak

    Okar Kakak13 tuntia sitten

    I rate him for being able to deal with dat personally I would kick her teeth out

  76. hal chesnut

    hal chesnut13 tuntia sitten

    Their is a saying that goes like this ' CAREER POLITICIANS SYSTEM LEADS TO DISHONESTY" That saying is very true, check out the career politicians you know many of them are indeed dishonest!!! TERM LIMITS WILL STOP THIS.

  77. Wesley Mcspadden

    Wesley Mcspadden13 tuntia sitten

    We should bring coliseum fights back, where we will use criminals fight each other. Instead of sending nukes at each other, I know it sounds bad but which sounds worse Criminals killing each other or Nuking and killing millions?

  78. J L

    J L13 tuntia sitten

    cue Curb your Enthusiasm

  79. Bobby Clay

    Bobby Clay13 tuntia sitten

    vote for trump he doing is job a good job at that

  80. Leonel Sustaita

    Leonel Sustaita13 tuntia sitten

    That's mean I feel bad for him

  81. jerry metcalf

    jerry metcalf13 tuntia sitten

    Adam Schiff really hopes that he won't get what he deserves ..

  82. Aaron Friedman

    Aaron Friedman13 tuntia sitten

    Idk he was black...

  83. London2362

    London236213 tuntia sitten

    You'd think this parade float could at least dress in a manner respectful of the Senate. She's wearing some kind of ill fitting yard sale blouse with a way over sized jacket thrown over. Her hair looks like a terribly worn out broom. What a slob.

  84. earthlingification

    earthlingification13 tuntia sitten

    Trump scum

  85. Slim Pikens

    Slim Pikens13 tuntia sitten

    What a bias liberal full of bull "Fake News" network. Your days are numbered, Americans are SICK of you!

  86. pipercat10

    pipercat1013 tuntia sitten

    Chuck you Todd ! NBC is not NEWS, nice try though !

  87. wily wascal

    wily wascal13 tuntia sitten

    Presented choice of obtaining the truth before opening impeachment arguments and questioning, or after, Senate Republicans chose MAYBE later. Meaning preferably never, if they can corruptly manage this cover-up night and day, undercover "right" in front of the American people, driving Traitor-in-Thief Trump's getaway vehicle!!

  88. VibrationsfromMirror

    VibrationsfromMirror13 tuntia sitten

    Are flights cancelled out of China yet?

  89. Marcial Fontiveros

    Marcial Fontiveros13 tuntia sitten

    Or there is a possibility that the chinese arr experimenting a chemical/biological warfare, because they are trying to project their image as one of the super power country.

  90. Chris Bryant

    Chris Bryant13 tuntia sitten

    WTF does don the con know about honesty

  91. Tommie Reid

    Tommie Reid13 tuntia sitten

    If a small minority of people aren't getting their children vaccinated, how is there a Measles outbreak? If there's an outbreak, wouldn't it prove that the Vaccine doesn't work?

  92. Marcial Fontiveros

    Marcial Fontiveros13 tuntia sitten

    I remember that the chinese opened a 300year old coffin with liquid in public place . i am not sure if that place is where this virus originated. Some of the facilitator who opened the coffin arr not using gloves and mask they are using only their barehands.

  93. Devonte Sanders

    Devonte Sanders13 tuntia sitten

    The planet would be better off without us

  94. Amy Ma

    Amy Ma13 tuntia sitten

    If you can't vote as you wish. You must do what you have been told to save your party. How can you call it "DEMOCRACY"?Huh. You may call it " Elitecracy".

  95. Luciann Brewer

    Luciann Brewer13 tuntia sitten

    What’s up with the smart watches!!!??? Same as cell phones! Not secure.

  96. Orchid 2

    Orchid 213 tuntia sitten

    Republicans are past the point of no return....WH is under the control of Putin, period!

  97. Susan Matherne

    Susan Matherne13 tuntia sitten

    This man is a joke, scum, POS lil disgrace to America

  98. Chris Davis

    Chris Davis13 tuntia sitten

    Jay Sekulow fights for freedom.

  99. Jon Vosburg

    Jon Vosburg13 tuntia sitten

    Trumps the best

  100. Marco Molito

    Marco Molito13 tuntia sitten

    Didn't she have Obama care