E.P.quote:In the 1960s, organization scared them again with the Civil Rights Movement and the Anti-War movement. The people who own America and their intellectual minions whose job is to explain everything to the "bewildered herd" even had a name for it. They called it "a crisis in democracy". Again, they poured millions into propaganda and PR to portray the Civil Rights Movement and the Anti-War movement as "un-American" and anti-American".
Isn't it funny [in a Hell Naw sort of way] that citizens acting democratically would be termed "a crisis in democracy"; while, an administration promoting the curtailing of individual and civil rights, the consolidation of power in the executive branch, and the wholesale abdication of the national agenda to corporate interests/entities, is seen as capable of fighting to establish democracy elsewhere?