What is This Is Why Big Tech Censors You about? Greed!
Consider the picture above when you read This Is Why Big Tech Censors You. Contemplate the picture above when you read the post the author of This Is Why Big Tech Censors You recommends. Why do we see pallbearers carrying a $20 bill to the grave?
The picture portrays our economy in death. The picture reminds us how we must inevitably mourn what we are losing.
What happens when we allow greedy people to abuse government power so that they can manipulate us, gather all our wealth to themselves, and hoard all our people’s wealth unto themselves? Then free enterprise is no longer free enterprise. Then our marketplace is not free. Then our economy becomes a zero sum game. Then the winners glory and gloat in the success of their greedy thievery. Then the losers — We the People — chafe and starve in our bondage to crooked men and women.
Crooked men and women? Yes. The problem with these people is not the fact they are wealthy. The problem is the fact they are willing to sell their souls to obtain other people’s money.
What happens in a free enterprise system? What happens when the markets are free?
A rising tide lifts all boats.Origin of ‘a rising tide lifts all boats’
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“Follow the money” is not an old axiom. It was not even invented by especially wise people, but it does seem to carry much truth.
“‘Follow the money’ is a catchphrase popularized by the 1976 docudrama film All the President’s Men, which suggests political corruption can be brought to light by examining money transfers between parties. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Follow_the_money)”This Is Why Big Tech Censors You