Quotebag #91

“Governments are just window-dressing for the major multinational corporations that actually run the world. They, in turn, are already run by computers.”—whlanteigne

“The sooner we restore a society where work is something we do, and not something we’re ‘given,’ a society where we’re in control of our working lives, the sooner we can do away with fake machismo, commodified rebellion, and going postal.”—Kevin Carson

“The upper class uses its mass media instruments to paint a picture of an aloof, overly idealistic, left.”—The Working Class

“Libertarian pretense that the workplace is voluntary would only make sense if people had an equal alternative to the workplace.”—Critiques of Libertarianism

“So, we do make common cause with liberals on formal equality, but radicals must push further and demand substantive equality against a world system of horrendous inequalities.”—radicalprogress

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  1. Lindsay says:

    “Governments are just window-dressing for the major multinational corporations that actually run the world. They, in turn, are already run by computers.”

    That would explain the increasingly powerful sense I have that no one is really at the helm of government …

    “The upper class uses its media instruments to paint a picture of an aloof, overly idealistic, left.”

    If I had a dollar for every time I encountered the concept of the “liberal elite,” in which “elite” is meant to negate or discredit “liberal,” I would be rich. Never could figure out where that notion came from.

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