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Meeting the Definition of Terrorism: Big Pharma, Big Oil, and Big Banks

Meeting the Definition of Terrorism: Big Pharma, Big Oil, and Big Banks

Paul Buchheit

Various definitions of terrorism have been proposed in recent years, by organizations such as the FBI, the State Department, Homeland Security, and the ACLU.


Currency is valid based on trust, but we continue to venerate the greenback when it is has become just paper towel of corruption.

How we quantify something, supposedly based on availability of the product and resource manipulation is no longer co related to supply and demand.

For me, the paradigm shift can’t happen away from this soon enough.

Ah! Paul Bucheit! how could you possibly leave BIG AG out of the list of toxins?

While the Pru screws with the agency, there is the disingenuously delayed ban renewal of glyphosates and a list of major health concerns worth writing reps about and signing petitions aided by OCA. Linked for any who might to take actions from the keyboard.

But aside from this, You Sir, are living national treasure. Thank you for your work.

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I agree with you’re article, but we both know Trump wasn’t talking about big pharma when he said he wanted capital punishment for drug dealers. Just the street dealers.

I can understand five out of six of the above alarmists, but how DARE The Pentagon stand up to America’s multi-NaZional korporate owners?

Investment banking (“the big banks”, “the Wall Street banks”) are at the hub (kingpins) of all the other corporate terrorism addressed in this article and addressed by posters (including agribusiness indeed !).

When the Senator from Illinois Dick Durbin reminded us that "Wall Street owns Washington DC"in 2004 the too big to fail terrorist banks controlled 20% of US bank assets. When they crashed the economy in 2008 they controlled 25%, and when Obama left office last year they controlled 50%, with no end in sight of their march to monopoly. Trump and the GOP congress are helping them accelerate their expansion.

Homeowners losing their homes represent a small fraction of the victims of the terrorist banks when you consider that Congress put US taxpayers on the hook for $20 plus trillion to bail them out while they expand their investments in terrorist industries and can now legally (via Dodd Frank) steal depositors money (bail in) the next time anything goes sideways for them.