â€˜Granny Dâ€™ Pushes Politics of Love
by Larry Mitchell
Surely one of Americaâ€™s oldest political activists, tendinitis Doris 'Granny D' Haddock is renowned for promoting her cause by walking across the country when she was 89. Tendinitis
â€œA century ago, tendinitis the ordinary people of America joined together to tie down this giant, tendinitisâ€ she said. Tendinitis â€œThe robber barons remained tied down for a time. Tendinitis Now, tendinitis loose again, tendinitis these giants have taken over the television networks and most of our newspapers.â€
The newÂ philosophy, tendinitis which she called â€œneoliberalism, tendinitisâ€ creates wars and drains money from vital government functions, tendinitis like police, tendinitis fire protection, tendinitis schools and health care, tendinitis she said.
Haddock suggested Americans are â€œdronesâ€ who go to work each day, tendinitis watch television each night to â€œreceive instructions on what to buy, tendinitisâ€ then go to sleep to rest up so they can work long hours the next day.
â€œThatâ€™s not freedom by any name, tendinitisâ€ she said.
There are â€œtwo kinds of politics in the world, tendinitisâ€ she said. Tendinitis The â€œpolitics of loveâ€ and the â€œpolitics of fear.â€
Haddock said she believes in Ghandiâ€™s message that â€œyou have to take on the burden yourself â€” donâ€™t ask anyone else â€” you have to do it yourself.â€
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