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Bernie proposed to stop shooting blacks

Republicans cannot imagine why young people prefer plants to gin, and prefer not to get robbed and shot by police over plant leaves. The only thing positive about their God’s Own Prohibitionist’ fascist platform is its refusal–so far–to have the police arrest people for generating electric power. When the Bush executive orders resulted in not-really-christianofascist asset forfeiture orgies that wrecked the economy as in 1929-33 and 1987-92, no Republican had the honesty to admit the cause of the collapse in mortgage-backed derivatives. The cause was fanatical prohibitionist asset forfeiture looting.

Here is a video of some of the things that are wrong with Bernie’s not-really-communism…

 

No, it is not reason enough to help religious conservatives again consolidate power and again destroy the economy through prohibitionist asset forfeiture looting. But it is bad. Find out more about why voting Libertarian makes economic sense…

Find out the juicy details behind the mother of all economic collapses. Prohibition and The Crash–Cause and Effect in 1929 is available in two languages on Amazon Kindle, each at the cost of a pint of craft beer.

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SHOOTING BEER, 1929

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Lots of time, money and effort have gone into fabricating a version of American purged of many historical associations with the Prohibition Era. Everyday expressions clearly understood at the time have been skillfully elided, their replacements having nothing to do with economic aspects of Altruism’s Noble Experiment.

Entire books have been written since 1929, whose main discernible purpose is to obliterate expressions that might lead a reader to doubt official Depression dogma. Any catechism so flimsily thrown together from circular arguments and Newspeak contrivances needs all the shoring-up it can get. Beer-shooting is one of many examples of how the American language has been rectified by the Inner Party Records Department.

To a typical tipsy oaf, beer-shooting is a process of puncturing the bottom of a beer can, sucking on the puncture, then popping the top so that air shoots in and beer jets down into slobbering jaws. But to America’s most famously admired and despised former federal prosecutor, Mabel Walker Willebrandt, beer shooting was an economic process.

Al Capone was a typical organizer of beer shooting. Eliot Ness described how the Capone brothers would rent a brewery, fill its vats with “the magic wort” from another, then add yeast and corn sugar. The resulting real beer was then packaged and the barrels and bottles “shot”–that is, quickly distributed to scattered hiding-places pending delivery to speakeasies and pool halls. Do not confuse shot beer with needled beer–alcohol-free beer with Everclear, and sometimes ether, added to make it potable.

Willebrandt described the process in her August 12, 1929 installment of The Inside of Prohibition syndicated in 22 U.S. Newspapers. Fly-by-night operations “fostered by politicians” made real beer and according to a Philadelphia “beer racketeer” the product was “shot” out to “drops” located about the community. Philadelphia’s “fastest beer shooter” would be amazed to see teevee-addled drunks sucking on cans described “beer shooters.”

Interestingly enough, this installment, titled The Beer Leak, hit the stands 21 days before the slopes of stock market charts changed from increasing to decreasing. Revealed Depression Dogma struggles mightily to efface and evade all mention of possible connections between Willebrandt’s syndicated column, the Crash, and The Great Depression which investors could already discern on the horizon as of September 2, 1929.

For a complete and exhaustive explanation of the facts of everyday reality that caused the Stock Market Crash and Depression, download Prohibition and The Crash–Cause and Effect in 1929. The book is live on Amazon Kindle for the price of a righteous pint, and easily readable on ordinary smartphones.

Prohibition and The Crash, on Amazon Kindle