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Dictators

Power is productive or destructive in each individual case.

Castro is in between The Dollar Hegemony and some of the worlds best doctors in Cuba, and those doctors are famous for charity work.

If you have accurate information on how bad Castro is, then you can share that information, if you want, and I can know what you know too.

Mosaddegh was the guy that became Benevolent Dictator of Iran before that person was forcibly and fraudulently removed from the Benevolent Dictator seat by agents paid to do so and they were paid in dollars, so to speak, meaning that they were agents of The Dollar Hegemony Power, the Monopoly Money Power, The Club, Wall Street, whatever words work to convey accurate meaning, so as to identify the actual people who targeted Mosaddegh, had him removed from POWER, and then those same people put in place the person known as The Shah of Iran.

The list was not a list of good and bad guys, so much as the lists were lists of people using dollars and people not using dollars, or people inside The Dollar Hegemony Money Power and people who compete against that Monopoly Power.

Monopoly does not exist where competition exists.

Competition is the POWER, or the force, that is a total sum of all the choices (free market) of people choosing better over worse, and that force forces quality up and cost down.

If "money" (Legal Money) quality is going down while costs are going up (also known as "inflation" or "depreciation") then the obvious cause is Monopoly Power, since the obvious missing element is the force that forces quality up and cost down, which is Free Market choices, numbers of people choosing better over worse.

That is why 13 States in these United States turning into Gold or Silver, or Oil, or Coal, or Food, or whatever IS valuable, as their competitive money, all in competition with each other, ends World War III. Who would have time to waste on World War when we can choose better instead of worse?

Mosaddegh, suffering The Routine, is a classic case, an exemplary case, just like The Whiskey Rebellion is a classic case.

Had the Rebels in Pennsylvania won The Whiskey Rebellion instead of The Dollar Hegemony winning The Whiskey Rebellion, would Pennsylvania have been like Cuba?

Cuba is the example of what happens when the Rebels win the fight against The Dollar Hegemony.

Mosaddegh is the example of what happens when the Rebels lose the fight against the Dollar Hegemony.

Chavez in Venezuela is the example of what happens when the Rebels win the fight against the Dollar Hegemony.

The American Revolutionary War is the example of what happens when the Rebels win the fight against the Dollar Hegemony.

Shays's Rebellion is the example of what happens when the Rebels win the fight against the Dollar Hegemony.

The Constitution is the example of what happens when the Rebels lose the fight against the Dollar Hegemony.

Please look and find the one constant in all that fighting if you would be so kind and generous with your time.

"Did you listen to AJ interview Tech?"

I did not, do you think I should?

Joe