Wednesday, August 14, 2013

People Are Pissed Off,

but unfortunately that being pissed off isn't being put to good use. Thanks to the magnificent propaganda put forward by the elites to divert attention away from the grand larceny they are pulling on the American people, people are focusing on inconsequential social issues to the detriment of their freedom and standard of living.

It's worked for decades, and people still haven't figured out the charade:

When average people feel the game is rigged, they get angry. And that anger can easily find its way into deep resentments — of the poor, of blacks, of immigrants, of unions, of the well-educated, of government.

This shouldn’t be surprising. Demagogues throughout history have used anger to target scapegoats — thereby dividing and conquering, and distracting people from the real sources of their frustrations.

Make no mistake: The savage inequality America is experiencing today is deeply dangerous.

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