posted on Jun, 28 2018 @ 05:44 AM
a reply to: dfnj2015
The only time you are going to hear some politicians in America talk about making ends meet, what they mean is chasing the ridiculous idea of paying
down the national debt (which, if you know anything about economics in the US and the Federal Reserve, is functionally impossible, because even if one
dollar remained in existence, there would ALWAYS be two dollars of debt owed somewhere, therefore in order for the currency to exist, there will
always be a debt owing, therefore the debt CANNOT be paid off). The only time you will hear others talking about making ends meet, they will be
talking about the man in the street, but lying about what it means to be one, often by making out that they are self made, therefore have something in
common with the people they are talking about. They nearly never do.
Of course, its not common for people with any actual power to effect change, regardless of party, to think about the common man all that much, as is
perfectly obvious from the extent to which modern economic policy is being created to deepen the wealth gap, make things harder and harder for those
who actually work for a living, and make everyone think that their status or lack thereof is their own fault, rather than a deliberate design playing
out over decades in order to keep the wealthy in slave labour and caviar.
Reliance on neoclassical economic structures, is guaranteed to put working people in the pit, and elevate only those whose talents begin and end at a
near psychopathic lack of compassion or empathy.