commented on Turkish Protesters Down But Not Out
Any attempt to create a new world—a grandiose way of saying, do away with normative hierarchicies—must be snuffed out. That's the logic of the state, anyway.
Nope. That's the logic of those who control the state to do their business. There is noting inherent to the concept of the state that makes it oppressive.
commented on Walmart Turns Workers Into Welfare Queens
@19 - It certainly is worthwhile to point out the wide discrepancy between free market claims, and the common practice of corporate welfare. Low prices for cheap crap and the Waltons are effectively subsidized by our taxes when their employees need public assistance to meet basic needs. It's not a stereotype, it's reality.
commented on Who Left Some Genetically Modified Wheat In Oregon?
@27 - Conspiracy theories like Monsanto having manufactured and sold DDT, PCBs, and Agent Orange? or is it the conspiracy theories of the scientists who point out that the industrial GM agriculture model isn't sustainable? or is it the conspiracies theories of those pointing out that the patented organism model places control of the food supply in a few private hands. Trying to demonize opponents of industrial agriculture by negating the actions of these corporations is laughable. You should be ashamed of yourself.
In the meantime, on one hand there are your unsubstantiated assertions that basically parrot the biotech sector PR, and on the other, the links to several reports by experts in my posts above that directly contradict what you say.