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2008-12-30
laur din Bucuresti (...@yahoo.com, IP: 202.134.119...)
2008-12-30 04:25
A New DEAL sau cum sa luptam cu Baronizarea Romaniei -2

Pentru a limita BARONEALA din Romania sau de oriunde avem nevoie de o politica aidoma celui ce a pus PUNCT epocii baronilor hotziei (Robber Barons) din America . Politica care a creat America Clasei Mijlocii sa devina o relaitate statistica si nu un fum propagandistic.

Dar nu mai e cool azi in Romanica sa propui "A NEW DEAL"... sa propui a GREAT COMPRESION .... noooo gasca pupinilor uninominali nu e solidara cu majoritatea tzarii . Ea e in mod cert e ostila majoriatzi populatzie acestei tazi . Ea este armata de ocupatzie a cestei tazri

Totzi pupinii dim media de la Papatpievici la Mungiu URASC SI DIUSPRETZUIESC in mod atavic majoritaea populatzie acestei tzari (si asta se poate dovedi cu citate ) . Iar populatziea simte si vede asta .

Uralatorii din media si marionetele lor din parlament nu mai prostesc decat 37% din populatzia cu drept de vot aceste tzari cand behaie ca ii vor binele . Noi restul stim clar ce vor respectii sistim si mai clar ce merita respectivii :

Un cap in gura, un genuchi in vintre si apoi jucatzi in suturi de bovcanci cu bombeu metalic pana nu mai misca .

Si nu doar politiceienii care cel mai adesea sunt niste marrionete pe model Boc ci si pausarii lor din media si de ce nu cei din "sicietatea civila"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robber_baron_(industrialist)

"businessmen and bankers who dominated their respective industries and amassed huge personal fortunes, typically as a direct result of pursuing various anti-competitive or unfair business practices. The term may now be used in relation to any businessman or banker who is perceived to have used questionable business practices or scams in order to become powerful or wealthy (placing them in power of everything having controlled most business affairs.)

The term derives from the medieval German lords who illegally charged exorbitant tolls against ships traversing the Rhine river (see robber baron). There has been some dispute over the term's origin and use. It was popularized by U.S. political and economic commentator Matthew Josephson during The Great Depression in a 1934 book. He attributed its first use to an 1880 anti-monopoly pamphlet in which Kansas farmers applied the term to railroad magnates. The informal term captains of industry may sometimes be used to avoid the negative connotations of "robber baron". "

List of businessmen who were called robber barons
John Jacob Astor (real estate, fur) – New York City
Andrew Carnegie (railroads, steel) – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Jay Cooke (finance) – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Daniel Drew (finance) – New York state
James Buchanan Duke (tobacco) – near Durham, North Carolina
James Fisk (finance) – New York state
Henry Flagler (railroads, oil, the Standard Oil company) – New York City and Palm Beach, Florida
Henry Ford (automobile) – Dearborn, Michigan and metropolitan Detroit, Michigan
Henry Clay Frick (steel) – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and New York City
John Warne Gates (steel, oil) – Chicago and Texas
Jay Gould (finance, railroads) – New York (both state and city)
Edward Henry Harriman (railroads) – New York state
Collis P. Huntington (railroads) – California, Virginia, and New York
Mark Hopkins (railroads) - California
Charles Crocker (railroads) - California
Leland Stanford (railroads) – Sacramento, California and San Francisco, California


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