December 7, 2019
With all of these gross brown people dropping out, it’s unclear where Bernie is going to stand in another few weeks.
Probably, he’ll be in third, like he always is. But who knows. He could break out. It’s kind of unclear what is going to happen next, other than that any candidate is on track to lose against Trump.
At least he’ll fix your internet.
Bernie Sanders unveiled a plan Friday to expand broadband internet access as part of a push to boost the economy and reduce corporate power over Americans.
In his sprawling “High-Speed Internet for All” proposal, the Vermont senator and Democratic presidential candidate calls to treat internet like a public utility. His campaign argues that the internet should not be a “price gouging profit machine” for companies such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon.
Sanders’ plan would create $150 billion in grants and aid for local and state governments to build publicly owned broadband networks as part of the Green New Deal infrastructure initiative. The total would mark a massive increase over current funding for broadband development initiatives. The proposal would also break up what the campaign calls “internet service provider and cable monopolies,” stop service providers from offering content and end what it calls “anticompetitive mergers.”
Sanders and his rivals for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination have pushed to boost high-speed internet access for rural and low-income Americans, saying it has become a necessity to succeed in school and business. The self-proclaimed democratic socialist has unveiled numerous plans to root out corporate influence as he runs near the top of a jammed primary field.
“Access to the internet is a necessity in today’s economy, and it should be available for all. We are going to take on the greedy internet, telecom, and cable monopolies and put an end to their absurd prices gauging,” Sanders said in a statement.
The plan would also require service providers to offer a “basic” broadband plan at an “affordable price.” In addition, it would put $7.5 billion toward high-speed broadband in Native American communities and ensure that public housing residents have access to free broadband.
It’s probably important to remember that the Green New Deal is now a long term plan that these people are going to be talking about forever. And it is being advertised as a fix-all for everything. In actual fact, on paper, it is a communist-type complete takeover of the US economy.
However, when it is finally implemented after the Democrats win in 2024, it will not be the communism you foresaw. It will not be a Stalinist collectivization where the rich have their wealth stolen from them to pay for poor people to live in collectivized bloc housing, and outer provinces of brown people are forced into slavery to provide food for the blocs.
It will simply be a gigantic operation of the government colluding with multinationals like Amazon and Google to completely take over your life even more than those parties already have.
And it’s not going to look like the Chinese version of that, where the government runs the corporations and everything is used for increasing the general well-being and wealth of the population by bolstering a middle class.
It is going to be brutal, multicultural, and Jewish.
You are going to be forced to live in a pod and eat bugs, and your every action will be watched by cameras and your behavior patterns will be monitored and regulated by AI systems.
It is funny to see them coming out and saying that literally everything – including something so simple and necessary as fixing the internet access problem in America – will be part of this scheme that is ostensibly about Global Warming. It’s basically a brazen admission that Global Warming is simply an excuse for a massive transformation of society into a bug-eating, pod-based one.
Eventually, they plan to implant microchips into your brains.
The best we can do is hope that our pods are as orderly and clean as those of Tokyo.
And that our bugs are served to us fried, instead of made into some kind of weird paste.