posted on Aug, 17 2011 @ 01:56 PM
when wealth disparity reaches a boiling point, revolution occurs
You can make very rational and cold arguments on how a corporation that owns all the wealth of a nation made it legally and soundly, and how the
multitudes of people whom eat dirt deserve that forever through countless generations and have strictly a few familys of extreme wealth amongst the
This is the natural order of economics in a free market...
Also, there is one thing to consider...after the first generation whom accomplished the corporate takeover of class, its just old money being
exaggerated in the destruction of the synthetic middle class.
So, me personally? I would probably not join in due to the ability to grow veggies and fish and whatnot, however, I fully expect a time where, if all
redistribution measures are removed, the only possible senario will be revolution...this is a simple and absolute fact...every nation in history that
has had major class divides has ended in revolution and quite often the political defenders of said system executed (let them eat cake).
But feel free to provoke it...all good.
Whats needed is more redistribution to stimulate the economy and get people working...double food stamps to get grocers and farmers needing to expand,
give people a "clothing" allowance also so some poor schmuck can get some new jeans and stimulate manufacturing..but also make sure to tariff the
living hell out of companys oursourcing jobs and importing cheap crap..
However, this works also...push for a corporatist agenda and watch the torches eventually light up...you can bicker about how its a natural process
and rightfully corporate owned wealth to a lynch mob I suppose, then the system will be yanked down and a new economy (perhaps with more foresight)
will be established.
Either way, the long term effect is about the same...a stable and growing economy with a standard of living that actually is the talk of the town so
Personally, I don't want a street paved with gold while 400 other streets are paved in rusty metal and broken bottles...I want nice clean cement
streets everywhere (hopefully some of you understand this aphorism)