Monday, July 29, 2013

Actually It Is a Result of Excellent Planning

if 4 out of 5 people report having lived at or near poverty sometime in their lives. Eventually it will be 99.9 percent. It's "excellent" planning by the gangsters running our economic policy so that we are all living in third world conditions.


The figures reported Sunday are only the latest in a string of indices released this year pointing to the growth of social despair and destitution. Among those aged 35 to 64, suicides soared nearly 30 percent between 1999 and 2010, according to figures released in May by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More people in the US now commit suicide than die in car accidents.

More than 16 million children in the US, 22 percent, live in families whose income is below the federal poverty line, according to the National Center for Children in Poverty. The United Nations Children’s Fund released a report in April showing that, among developed countries, children living in poverty in the United States rank 26th worst out of 29. Only children in Lithuania, Latvia and Romania are more impoverished. And children in Greece, which is gripped by massive government austerity policies, rank 25th most poor, above children in the US.

The disastrous growth of poverty is taking place as the social safety net is being dismantled in the United States. As a result of the so-called sequester cuts, extended unemployment benefits have been slashed by up to 25 percent in some states, and hundreds of thousands of workers are being furloughed. Meanwhile Medicare and Social Security, which keep millions out of poverty, are on the chopping block in the budget proposals in Congress of both the Democrats and Republicans.

A society with a tiny number of obscene rich and everybody else poor cannot be sustained without bloodshed. The U.S. is just about at the tipping point.

The election of a fake Democrat guaranteed we'd be on the brink of ruin. The gangsters control both political parties, and there is NOBODY out there who is defending the masses whose message isn't being buried under tons of propaganda.

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