Posted 5 years ago on Dec. 20, 2011, 11:36 a.m. EST by bill1102inf2
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The Myth that working hard can make you rich: The Rich do not 'get rich' by working hard, but rather, by hardly working multiplied by 1 million percent.
Take Jon Corzine or the CEO's of Freddie, Fannie, or any other such folks who fall into the 1% crowd. They are common thieves, Jon was just responsible for stealing 1.7 BILLION dollars. But, no handcuffs. Same for Freddie/Fannie CEO's and thousands if not more other similar people. No Handcuffs. Yet, you steal $20.00 worth of food or cash from a store and its JAIL for you.
Jon Corzine, while NJ Gov, utilized austerity and raised taxes across the board, raised tolls, gasoline tax, cut education, etc all harming the poor to enrich the elite, all the while snorting the finest cocaine, doing the hottest prostitutes and drinking the finest scotch.
The myth of the soldier:
The Soldier believes he fights for his country, his people, even though he is nothing more than a strawman fighting over oil and control of areas which are totally worthless (Iraq,Afghanistan have NOTHING of value, but Oil, of which Afghanistan has NONE). He fights for the corporations, the government contractors and the 1%
The Police have no responsibility to 'serve and protect', instead, they 'observe and report' AFTER the fact, that is all. Add in the constant violations the police perform and it is clear that they are nothing more than thugs for the for profit prison system, the for profit lawyer system and out to fill their own coffers in order to support THEIR socialization.
The rich do not look for win-win situations, they enslave and HEDGE to create win-lose situations where they win, everyone else loses via corrupting politicians and exploiting parasitic banking.
America - the land of for profit prisons, for profit police departments, corrupt politicians, home of the two party system designed to do nothing more than cause infighting amongst its population in order to enrich the 1%ers.