Mark Lesseraux

Mark Lesseraux is a singer/songwriter/socio-political columnist from Brooklyn, New York, USA. He is a Humanist, a proponent and practitioner of Active Nonviolence and a student of Nonduality.

24.03.2020

The OTHER Virus That Is About To Spread

The OTHER Virus That Is About To Spread

The same basic mechanisms that were set in motion in 2008 are being set in motion again, even more strongly now in 2020, to confront the effects of the spreading of the COVID-19 virus. Namely, huge sums of capital are being hurled at banks and large corporations in order to… »

07.03.2020

If Biden Wins the Primary, Disaster Awaits (In 5 Points)

If Biden Wins the Primary, Disaster Awaits (In 5 Points)

1) Donald Trump is a bully. It’s what Donald Trump does. This is his “gift”. 2) Bernie Sanders, who is as sharp and on his game as ever, has been standing up to bullies ALL HIS LIFE. It’s what Sanders does and has been doing for over 4 decades in… »

03.03.2020

The New Deal, Bernie Sanders and Apple Pie

The New Deal, Bernie Sanders and Apple Pie

By Mark Lesseraux Did you know that FDR entered the presidency in 1932 during the Great Depression as a centrist Democrat with a mantra of, “Sorry, there just isn’t enough money to fix any of this.”? Then, a few months later in 1933, BOOM! There was suddenly tons of money available… »

18.02.2020

A Spell Has Been Broken

A Spell Has Been Broken

For the lion’s share of the last half century, which is as long as I can remember (I am 51 years old), there has been an underlying “line” which, though rarely spoken about directly, was not to be crossed here in the US. This “line” involved a tacit collective understanding… »

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