Biden’s 100 days


On the eve of his 100 days, President Joe Biden is seen addressing the members of the US Congress on April 28, 2020. In the background are Vice President Kamala Harris (left) and Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the US House. PHOTO/Gulf News/Duck Duck Go

on 4/28/2021, the 99th day of his presidency and the eve of his 100 days,

President Joe Biden boasted of things he did for the American people

some of the things, as two year free college, etc. are long overdue

he had to do something, people voted overwhelmingly for him to do that

he’s well aware that he won’t be able to run in 2024 due to his health

every president craves to leave a “legacy;” Biden is no different

major issues remain unchanged — Biden is comfortable with that:

despite progressive efforts, universal healthcare remains a mirage

progressives have accepted Biden for what he is – a corporate guy

they are happy with the little crumbs that Biden throws their way

they don’t question him on much of anything

Biden is to continue the US imperialism and roguishness:

“I told him [i.e., China’s Xi Jinping] what I’ve said to many world leaders — that America won’t back away from our commitment to human rights and fundamental freedoms. No responsible American president can remain silent when basic human rights are violated. A president has to represent the essence of our country. America is an idea — unique in the world.”

America is an idea — unique in the world,” is a recipe for more conflicts

bad for the world – good for defense contractors in the US

“human rights and fundamental freedoms” is a facade

it’s a weapon to control and harass other countries

everyday in the US, human rights of so many are violated

Biden also talked about “intellectual properties”

“America will stand up to unfair trade practices that undercut American workers and industries, like subsidies for state-owned enterprises and the theft of American technologies and intellectual property.”

the above statement is meant to actually hide US unfair practices

Noam Chomsky puts it well:

“That’s a very interesting question. It has an interesting history. The World Trade Organization, the Uruguay round that set up the World Trade Organization imposed, it’s called a “free trade agreement”.  It’s in fact a highly protectionist agreement.  The US is strongly opposed to free trade, just as business leaders are, just as they’re opposed to a market economy. A crucial part of the Uruguay round, WTO, NAFTA, and the rest of them, is very strong (what are called) intellectual property rights. What it actually means is rights that guarantee monopoly pricing power to private tyrannies.”

(see entire article to understand US (and British) hypocrisy)

not much change on that is to be expected from Biden

not much change has he promised to give

not much is going to change of covert operations and international tyranny

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