Saba's Blog

June 11, 2010

Media Ethics/ Media Law

Filed under: Uncategorized — by swh4 @ 10:36 am

The article “Bank Bailout Recipients Spent to Defeat Labor,” states that three days after US banks received bailouts Bank of America hosted a conference where the would oppose the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA). The banks then were asked to persuade their clients to make large contributions to organizations working against the EFCA. They then tried to prevent the passage of a bill that would prevent employees from joining unions. This mass controlling scheme led the banks to spend billions of dollars of OUR money to used to put other people like US to work under terrible conditions. Also OUR tax money then would also be used to fund campaigns for McCain-Palin and other Republican agendas. Therefore the poor are paying for the rich to become richer. As well as paying for their wages, we also undercut ours. Then i ask, who asked US if we wanted to pay for THEM? I understand why this article got censored because if the people of this country were shed light about this more than they are, then their would be a revolution. Too bad we’re distracted by the oil spill BP made. How come BP and Bank of Americas stocks rise and fall at the same time, every time? Are they friends? Interesting…

1 Comment »

  1. what audacity! Can you believe what these bloodsuckers try to pull with everything going on? I tried for years not to deal with banks, but the system forces me to choose an one of the evils, because as far as I can tell, there is no lesser among them.

    Comment by coduncanmedia — June 15, 2010 @ 10:06 pm |Reply

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