Posted 1 month ago on Nov. 26, 2016, 1:13 p.m. EST by agkaiser
from Fredericksburg, TX
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"In a famous apocryphal story, Sutton was asked by reporter Mitch Ohnstad why he robbed banks. According to Ohnstad, he replied, 'Because that's where the money is.' The quote evolved into Sutton's law, which is often invoked to medical students as a metaphor for focusing a workup on the most likely diagnosis, rather than wasting time and money investigating every conceivable possibility.
"In his autobiography, Sutton denied originating the pithy rejoinder: 'If anybody had asked me, I'd have probably said it. That's what almost anybody would say ... it couldn't be more obvious.'" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willie_Sutton
One percent of the population controls the money, resources and owns the property and mortgages that rule our existence and that we need to live. Our government is also in the power of the ruling elite plutocrats who centrally plan our economy from Wall St. The state is less able to provide the common defense and infrastructure, because our rich masters have decided to disparage it and have programmed us accordingly. Corporate media is an abomination.
So given those self evident truths and knowing what we must have to live, it's not a question of where the money is. The question is how do we get it from them? Do we tax 90 to 99% of it? Or do we just take it all, confiscate all their property and put the banksters and billionaires in prison where they belong? "What crime have they committed?" you ask. Reckless endangerment of the majority of the human race and even the whole of the Planet Earth. That works for me. How about the murders of those who can't afford medicine and health care or have no homes or enough food to eat?
I don't care how it's accomplished or for the happy lives of the parasites. It's time, as the bumper stickers on Texas pickups say, to "Just git'r done!" If you find it immoral to defend our lives from the parasites that afflict us by their existence, neither do I care what you think you think!