ANARCHY IN THE U.S.A! Well to be more precise Cooperative anarchy. Vince explains the concept in the first half of today's show by giving the real definition outside the dichotomy of division. He also touches on the pentagon's secret waste and some democrats obsession with spelling errors. After that he explains how hearing the news of Trumps approval rating going up and 67% of people polled say America is going in the right direction, has him feeling like giving up, so he plays a song by Tom Waits for inspiration. In the second half he explores why people must think the country is going in the right direction, because the stock market hasn't crashed yet! Could it be that people think stock buy backs is a good thing. He explains how much it's going on and plays a clip about how big pharma is doing it instead of research and development. After talking about how Trump is a disaster he wraps up the show by talking about the inhumane actions of the Israel Defense Force killing and injuring Palestinian protesters. His message to the peaceful protesters is to stay safe until we can overthrow the tyrants. Hold On! We shall overcome someday! Roger Waters is featured for the end song…
The tenth installment of The Plutocracy Report begins with Vince ranting about the need to demand a new, simple, fair and equal tax system. It's time for us to unite, make demands as a majority and finally be involved in the government process. After that he explores how the righties are seeing Trump as a hero in a delusional haze of hatred of the left. This tactic works on both sides of the dichotomy of division. The song segment features Wilco and is radiantly set up by Vince explaining how the right and left wings need to come together on the big issue we can all agree on; one wing will never fly. The second half kicks off by taking a look at the extreme edges of climate change, from (very) near term human extinction to total climate change denial. Vince gets angry because he feels people are choosing apathy over action and no one ever seems to want to fight for change. Then we hear about how Iran is being set up for something and its playing out now. In closing, what does plutocrat Jeff Bezos think is the best way for him to blow some doe. The answer proves the ultra wealthy are mentally ill.
This week show begins with Vince complaining about his week, and then he gets in to the heart wrenching story of Alfie Evans, the toddler who died last weekend after The British health system said its time to pull the plug and how the rightie sites are using the story. Then he gives his opinion on healthcare for America. Next Vince demonstrates that a major reason the plutocrats and sheep people will say we can't change is because it will lead to loss of jobs. Then he gives his solutions and how plausible and easy it is to achieve them (e.g. don’t listen to the political eggheads).
Then we find out how allowing corporations to make our biggest societal decisions works out by checking in on what Ford Motor Company is planning. The musical segment features another original song Vince co-wrote that asks the question, "How would it feel if it affected YOU?" DO most people care that something is wrong if it doesn’t directly affect them? You know Vince has some opinions.
The second half starts with a leftie clip that proves we live in a plutocracy but they never use the word and why even the fringe democrats and republicans are useless. Then he finishes with Hillary Clinton and John McCain as promised from last week. (Spoiler alert!!! he doesn’t like them)