Does Social Media Sell Us a Rope to Hang Capitalism?

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by Hiroyuki Hamada

While some people are campaigning to get friends off Facebook due to its authoritarian censorship, I would also like to note that my Facebook network has been a great tool in learning about the hidden mechanisms of our time–often in high resolution, close-up details.  Through Facebook posts I have learned who Muammar Gaddafi really was, what he meant for the Libyan people, and why the West was determined to destroy Libya.  I have learned how the Western governments tried to destroy Syria.  I have learned the century old history of the Western project to destroy Russia.  I have learned how the corporate political party duopoly sells us projects of exploitation and subjugation through their good cop/bad cop marketing scheme.  I have learned how sociopolitical, economic and cultural institutions perpetuate a capitalist hierarchy according to the interests of the ruling class.  

Many of us are learning the structural mechanism of how the global capitalist hierarchy places people under the rule of corporatism, colonialism and militarism, while shelling out schemes after schemes to blind us, divide us, exploit us and subjugate us.  One of my FB friends, the historian Luciana Bohne described what Facebook does with the old saying which is often ascribed to Lenin: “the capitalists will sell us the rope with which we will hang them.”

Continued at Global Research

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3 Responses to Does Social Media Sell Us a Rope to Hang Capitalism?

  1. beetleypete says:

    Great cartoon!
    Nice to know something is good about the vile Facebook.
    I will have nothing to do with it myself, as I have seen the absolute addiction of my wife, her family, and all her friends.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. Prole Center says:

    Yeah, I never got a Facebook account. Not for me either.

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