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How do we eliminate the paradox of poverty & privation amid plenty & abundance?

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« on: August 24, 2010, 10:27:28 am »

The U.S. economy is not getting “better”.

The U.S. economy is dying.

You should adjust your plans accordingly.

As individuals, it is of course a no-brainer that each of us should "adjust" his or her respective "plans" in accordance with the banker-engineered economic collapse that is currently underway.

But as a citizenry, first we must

*  break out of the television/cell phone-induced state of “parallel play” we've long been in; and

*  break free from our conditioned state of “learned helplessness” by simply realizing that there are FAR more of “us” than there are of “them,” and that the real power thus lies not with the relative handful of filthy-rich, power-obsessed plutocrats attempting to enslave us all, but with We the People.

Then we must unite across both party and ideological lines for the purpose of pressuring our elected representatives into implementing urgently-needed and long-overdue public policy reforms, such as those called for in my initial post to this thread and the additional ones called for here.

It's either that or spend the rest of our “lives” as deeply-impoverished and militarily-repressed SLAVES to a group of criminal, parasitic, psychopathic robber barons.

Which option do you prefer?
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