Blindingly Unjust with Christopher Dilworth - Part 2

Blindingly Unjust with Christopher Dilworth - Part 2

On Part 2 of Blindingly Unjust, we look at the way the law, public relations, the media interact with each other in order to manufacture consent. We start by examining the kid-gloves in which Sam-Bankman Fried is treated with and then we move on to examine the larger power structures that allows impunity for some and imprisonment for others.

Show Notes

0:50 - Sam Bankman-Fried Scandal

1:30 - Elizabeth Holmes

2:00 - Sam Bankman-Fried admits to running a Ponzi Scheme

10:36 - Coordinated Pump and Dump

12:42 - FTX’s backdoor: The exchange is supposed to be a safe that cannot cracked, but FTX figured out how to “crack” the safe.

14:19 - FTX being embedded with politicians and appearing with Zelensky

15:13 - Old lady being in jail over Christmas

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16:38 - Prosecutorial power

17:30 - Arrested over “a 1000-yard stare”: Racial discrimination where a black person was sitting outside.

19:15 - Prosecutor’s office and Police are extremely comingled which is why we cannot get a single conviction

20:50 - The limits of Law - it is an expression of societal power.

23:12 - Bush Vs Gore and Legal fiction

25:42 - The same power circle within the USA

27:38 - China’s meritocracy

30:22 - The way China works vs the Way the USA works

32:50 - Who owns BMW

36:15 - Media driven blood-lust

38:15 - Korean War Posters

43:17 - Who the us fights a war with..

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