October 30, 2012

When I mentioned on this blog, “whilehomeless,” on 10/04/12, that Taylor Swift was going to be on the November 2012 cover of Glamour magazine, I mentioned it because it seemed to me to be an illustration of the hypocritical disparity between the way that the conglomerate treats me and the way that it treats people who are in the conglomerate, even women who are in the conglomerate.  I didn’t read the article about Ms. Swift from that magazine until last night.

Here’s a quote from the interview.  It’s something that the interviewer said to Ms. Swift:

“This December, you’re receiving the Ripple of Hope Award from the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.”

Taylor Swift is a human rights abuser.  Everyone who is in the conglomerate is a human rights abuser.

That is one horrible thing that the Robert F. Kennedy Center decided to do.  It sends a message, especially to children who don’t know any better, that the conglomerate’s agenda is an agenda of freedom rather than what it really is, which is an agenda of horrifying human rights abuses.  To people who have some idea of what’s going on, it sends a message that the way to advance in the world is to be corrupt and to do, promote and support things that hurt people for no reason.

 

Copyright L. Kochman, October 30, 2012 @ 3:43 p.m.