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Forum Post: Labor Participation Rate @ 35 Year Low

Posted 11 months ago on Sept. 6, 2013, 11:54 a.m. EST by TropicalDepression (-45)
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http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/228228

So while they are continuing to dump 85 Billion a month into wall st, and 1 Trillion a year and lives into these wars, we are at lowest levels of people working in relation to the whole since 1978.

Holy shit.

Perpetual war, Banks robbing in broad daylight, and increasingly bad employment numbers.

Are there any examples of this in history?

The picture below represents what a food line would look like at EVERY walmart in the country if bread lines were to come back.

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[-] 0 points by Waiting (-19) 11 months ago

The jobs being added are low paying jobs, making social mobility move downward. CPI continues to climb. So the gap between the economic middle and the income of the working class continues to grow. Inequality is getting worse.

The government continues to create sensation in the media which consumes 24/7 coverage while our institutions pretend to sympathies with the working class and media outlets tend to discredit any protest organized outside union activities.

We are being herded into our own demise.

x = waiting

Rouge Government + Economic Oppression = x

[-] 1 points by MattLHolck (16833) from San Diego, CA 11 months ago

the government determines and protects private property

low paying jobs is the end result of efficiency and private ownership of the means

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