On paper, Socialism and Liberalism sound great! – Except when one understands the true intentions of the Democratic Party and the looming Big Brother of “The Shadow Government”.
Following up to his previous blogs about the Social Media/Government connection, Sal goes on to show you the danger of using AI platforms such as FaceApp- including Russian collusion, threats to our national security, and mining of your personal data.
In part 2 of this blog, Sal asks “What the hell is happening to our country”? With the Organic Act of 1871, the Corporate States of America was created. Now, with our collective dependence on social media, it’s never been easier for corporations to buy, sell, and use personal data with impunity- creating the illusion of free speech.
“You can’t believe everything you hear”- especially when it comes to the extreme bias shown by the media conglomerates. The “top stories” are often sold to the highest bidder- to where corporate or political sponsors use their influence to CREATE stories rather than REPORT them. Sal outlines the history and reasons behind the deception and provides questions that every U.S. should be asking to help recognize American policy from planned agendas.
In this 5ht installment of Sal’s Book Reviews, discover how G. Edward Griffin’s Book “The Creature from Jekyll Island” explains the history of the Federal Reserve Banking System, from it’s beginnings in the early 1900s, all the way up to today- with all the plot twists, and characters you would expect from a Hollywood Movie! A Great Read.
Progressivism in modern society has opened the door for centralized governments to alter laws and practices on a grand scale- especially when it comes to currency and wealth. What you don’t know about the Federal Reserve System will shock you…
Sal Reviews Una Birch’s well balanced, documented, factual adventure into the history and relevance of Secret Societies in modern politics.
Other than Sal and Tony Bennett both hailing from the boroughs of New York (Brooklyn vs. Queens – respectively) it turns out there are a ton of similarities between “Just Getting Started” and “Boys of Brooklyn”- right down to the fact that both Sal and Tony’s family are descended from Calabria, Italy… just add in a little Hollywood “Who’s Who” list of characters (and well respected civil rights leaders) for Tony and you’ll agree with Sal when he says that Tony “gives insight, not only to himself and New York- but to the contribution to humanity itself”.
Sal’s childhood neighborhood of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn was home to the largest population of Italians in the Five Boroughs. In this post, Sal discusses everything from tangling with bullies from the Genovese crime family, to the struggles that many families from many different backgrounds had coming out of the Great Depression, and everything in between. One thing is for sure though- every one of the “Boys” of Brooklyn came home for dinner when the streetlights came on- especially Sal… who’s Mother had a powerful whistle the whole neighborhood could hear.
In this, the 2nd installment of “Sal’s Book Reviews”, Sal recounts Rutherfurd’s points that the political history of New York- even down to early settlers in then “New Amsterdam”, has always been a hotbed for corruption- just as much as innovation. This book takes the reader on an EPIC journey through the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the explosion of immigration through Ellis Island, the hardships of the Great Depression, the Wall Street Stock Market Crash, WW1 and WW2, right up to 9/11. Sal says it was like a “fact check for his memory- while filling in the blanks vacated by time.”