Yep, and the employers aren't helping at all. So many won't hire someone who isn't working or want a degree for you to work as a cashier.
They can demand what they wish because jobs are so scarce. That's because the Tax Code makes predatory unregulated capitalism so rewarding. Enslaving little brown people over-seas means profits soar. Regulated capitalism has always been a struggle. But in each period of regulation (anti-monopoly-strong unions-civil rights-public awareness) America grew by leaps and bounds. Roads, dams, schools, factories, and the strongest economy in the world was the result. Now international banks, Wall street, and political graft has again sparked a feeding frenzy. We can stop it. Just remember they need us dazed and confused and they will tell us any lie necessary to keep us that way. The truths are simple. It is they who complicate the answers. It's in their interest.
Not everyone can be an entrepreneur, but those are the people who create the majority of jobs, not corporations. The pay the majority of taxes, not corporations. If you can't start a business, support someone who has. True wealth is reciprocal. Stick with positive creative people, they're the winners. Help them be fearless.
When we no longer can provide for ourselves or our families. yes, we can become something out of horror film.
I know this may sound terrible... But it's interesting to me that as government grows larger, the movement to destroy the 2nd Amendment grows as well. Is the government afraid of law abiding citizens who are equipped to defend themselves?
Maybe we should decide on restoring democracy, leveling the tax code, and getting rid of private bankers who control or Treasury before we give up our guns?
Define democracy. Ask yourself if you live in a Democracy. Do us resurrect the Bill of Rights. It starts with a conversation. JH
Yes i do.
Yes, violence follows desperation. Over 10,000,000 foreclosures since '06. Why we're not calling them Refugees is because they're not filling the roads with all they own on their backs. Hundreds of thousands of jobs have been wiped out because the Tax Code makes it profitable for corporations to send jobs over-seas and Congress is well paid to not figure it out. <br />
That's why I wrote Fireclosure. I was angry. We have a lot of very UN-American corporations and investment bankers feeding on our Constitution and Bill of Rights, our election process, and crushing our economy to third world proportions. It's a damn plot.<br />
Political fiction thrillers may not be the best of protests, but spreading the idea that we are not helpless and that we can demand things be returned to equality and liberty status, is something we need to do before it's too late. <br />
Don't burn down houses; move your money to a local savings and loan and get involved with a credit union. Think locally, don't buy products who's profits are being used against you. And lastly, define the word Democracy and decide if we live in one. When you come up with the answer, get mad and get even. First you cut off their money. <br />
No. We do it for entertainment silly.
Yeah. Always follow the money.
Wasn't aware of that, but if it's true it would make sense. On the other hand, I've read things that claim suicides actually go down in times of economic depression, so I'm confused on the whole thing.
It's true that people band together more out of necessity. That is another thing the elite are afraid of. Think what would happen if all those foreclosures happened in only one or two years. Do you think those banks would exist right now? Would those bankers be living under assumed names in a barrio somewhere? Would those politicians be in jail of dangling from a gibbet? Just wondering.
yes. also increasing the drug use, the theft, etc.