I saw a film today, END:CIV by Franklin Lopez. It talks about some of Derrick Jensen's ideas.
One part of the film mentioned the definition of fascism as the merger of state and corporate power.
What a relevant message in today's U.S.A., where state and corporate power have merged to a remarkably extreme degree.
Here's what I think: I think the wall of fascism, the merger of state and corporate power, ought to be torn down. That would be good for people and planet.
People and planet deserve to be liberated from policies and practices of dominance and conquest. Conquest of human populations and planetary minerals for profit does not serve life.
We need policies that reflect the best nature of humanity, the nature of lovingkindness, tolerance, and respect for life.
No war! No corporatism!
Yes to stability. Yes to sustainable life-serving society.
Practice democracy: abolish the C.I.A..
This is from the weekly Friday evening peace vigil at Percival Landing in Olympia, Washington.