posted on Apr, 27 2011 @ 11:41 PM
It does make one wonder how they don't make the connection between the economic policies, corporate practices, and Wall Street when they comment this
way. Business has been pandering to investors (Wall St) for decades. Corporations make huge profits but it's never enough to satisfy the investors,
is it? Who are these investors? Governments, other corporations/banks, the big money families -- all essentially the same thing, I know -- but they
now have all the money. Businesses don't put money back into the business. They won't pay the employees nor try to ease their financial burden
with perks anymore. So what did they really think was going to happen in the end?
It's time for us to take our trust away from these financial masterminds and put it into ourselves and our families. For years now, I've been
living as low as I can, being satisfied with virtually nothing. When I need something, I ask around until my one of my friends happens upon that
thing I needed, and I can usually have it for free or nearly free. Flea markets and thrift stores aren't cheap anymore. Besides, charities are
fronts for fraud too, so there's no point sending a single cent there.
We need very little to survive. Do this for a year or two and watch these mountainous corporations crumble. Without our last pennies, they will
start to rethink their evil plot, or at least bring their hand out onto the table for all to clearly see.