Those three horsepersons again
Polistra has been watching
the Three Horsepersons of the Modern Apocalypse for a while. Human Rights, Global Warming, and Free Trade. These three evil "principles" are pulling the world into hell at a rapidly accelerating pace.
Partisan commentators try to hide the linkage in various ways, but whenever the top power-mongers of EU or UN or NYC discuss their larger motives, they openly list these three principles together, leaving no doubt that all three are factors in the Infinite Greed of the elites, that all three principles underlie their Infinite Theft of everything on earth.
The magnetic north for all three is Share Price. All evil is steered to maximize Share Price for Correct corporations.
Free Trade and Global Warming have obvious monetary connections to stocks and derivatives. Corporations rip out jobs and factories in their "home" countries to maximize share price. Corporations and academics espouse "climate change" to drive up the value of Carbon Credit derivatives, to provide a basis
for lawsuits, and to gain subsidies from governments.
But Human Rights (aka Absolute Power for Fags and Bulldykes) is much less obvious, and I still can't figure out the monetary mechanism of this connection.
I found one statement
of the connection that didn't specify the reason; now another specimen has emerged, still without a convincing explanation...Via International Business Times:
So what pushed the State Senate over the edge in 2011? Governor Andrew Cuomo was a big factor. And so were the Republican Wall Street donors he recruited, according to NYTimes.
Many Republicans were reluctant to vote for gay marriage because they didn't want to anger their Republican donors. They especially didn't want to be the last Republican who gave the bill enough votes to pass.
One such on-the-fence Republican was James S. Alesi of Rochester. Knowing this, rich Republican donors invited him to a meeting on Park Avenue and promised to "eagerly support him if he backed same sex marriage," reported NYTimes.
In addition to assuaging uneasy lawmakers, the Wall Street financiers also collectively donated at least $1 million in the last few weeks to pro-gay marriage lobbying campaigns.
The rich pro-gay marriage Republican donors included Paul Singer, Cliff Asness and Daniel Loeb. All three of them are in the hedge fund industry. Singer is a billionaire. NYTimes previously reported that Steven A. Cohen, another hedge fund billionaire, also threw money towards the gay marriage cause.
Singer, Asness, and Loeb were recruited a secret meeting with two of Cuomo's most trusted advisors a few weeks ago, reported NYTimes.
It's an old pattern, dating back to the Army-McCarthy Trial.
Republican legislators are often secret fags. Commiefags take advantage of the secret to shape the Republican legislators toward Commie goals.
If Republicans really wanted to be an opposition party, they would be vastly more careful in selecting candidates who are less susceptible to extortion. For several decades they haven't been careful. Or, if we apply Skinnerian thinking,
we can assume that they have
been careful to select only
secret fags, because their real goal is to be an easy foil, an easy blackmail target, for the official
leftist party. Much like the fake "opposition parties" in Eastern Europe during the Soviet era.