posted on Oct, 3 2011 @ 10:23 PM
6 reasons to protest.
1. Unemployment is skyrocketing.
The common laborer is being taken out by technology. Factories are becoming automated. Because of the financial crisis, most companies are working
with only as many employees as they need, rather than hiring more. This causes the ones hired, to work very hard, expecting to put work first, before
family. While they still have to live off food stamps. And they're supposed to think they're lucky for having a job? It's slavery. So people
with these jobs should be protesting, and all the unemployed should be protesting. Thats a lot of people with some very serious problems with the
Because the rich are rich, and the federal reserve system is acting like a shadow government, they can keep on printing money for themselves. All the
rich, just bail themselves out. When they are low on money, they write themselves a check. This is detrimental to the entire economy, money made out
of nothing, is exactly that. Without people having to earn that money, you're simply turning money back into what it really is, paper.
3. The social divide
With the above reason, this is also causing gap that is ever increasing between the classes. The rich are getting richer, and the poor are getting
poorer. This is causing people to live lives they do not want to live. For no reason at all. This is causing two parents, to have to work, full time,
in order to raise their children. Which is causing a disconnection with family and loved ones. Work is becoming more important that going to your
daughters recital, or your sons soccer game. This is not right, nor is it fair. Meanwhile, the rich continue living their lives, as if there is
nothing out of the ordinary. They enjoy themselves, and pay no attention to the people that don't have it so well.
4. The education system
It sucks. Lotteries to get your children into a decent school, to having to pay huge amounts of cash just to get an education in your career choice.
Then once you've gone through 7 years of school to become a doctor, you realize that everyone else did the same thing, so there is no jobs available.
Go work at Mc donalds... which oh, everyone else is already trying to apply there too. Good luck. There is no point in even going to post secondary
school anymore, puts you in more debt than you can handle, especially trying to pay it off with a mcdonalds salary. Damned if you do, damned if you
don't, welcome to america.
5.Money, inflation, economy
Food, gas, supplies, and entertainment, is all skyrocketing. Anyone with a minimum wage job, is not going to get any enjoyment out of life, even if
they are single. With the rising prices on everything, we can barely keep up with our bills. The dollar is becoming less and less valuable by the
day, and the economy is showing no signs of that changing. There has been no economic growth to speak of, and when you look around the globe, this is
not a local problem. But if you're rich, theres nothing wrong the economy, at all. Enjoy yourself.
6.Greed vs the worlds problems
There is poverty everywhere. People are starving and dying, and the worlds resources are being raped faster than we can thrust. We live in a world
that is in a state of decline. All in the name of greed. The worlds problems could all be solved, if the rich, gave back to the poor. Rather than
taking from them, and all their resources, there is plenty for everyone. If we would stop using oil, which is only used because of profit, that would
solve several problems. But we will use oil until there is nothing left, because the only thing that matters in life, is money. Profit is more
important than you. If we don't have a dollar sign over our head showing we are worth something of value, we are dismissed, and ignored. Nikola Tesla
knew this. He tried to change the world, he knew there was way. But that way has been suppressed, truth has been supressed. All in the name of
We live in a world of abundance, if we did things without profit in mind, everyone would have their fair share. A new system needs to be born. The
monetary system is over. Forget all the old systems, no more isms, no more ists. How about a system of abundance, there there is no 1% and there is no
99%, but simply, a 100%.