THE DEMOCRAT PARTY'S WAR ON THE AMERICAN WORKER: ..."Because of the successful cheap-labor strategy, wages for men have
remained flat since 1973, and a large percentage of the nation’s annual
income has shifted to investors and away from employees."
Democracy in America and around the world is collapsing under the weight
of immense and ever-growing levels of social
inequality, bound up with the domination of a financial mafia that
uses its political power to enrich itself at the expense of society.
Congress, the White House, the courts, the regulators, the Democrats and
Republicans are all subservient to this financial aristocracy.
IN AMERICA – soaring profits for banksters and Wall Street – IS IT OBAMANOMICS
THE OBAMA and WALL STREET ASSAULT ON AMERICA… YOUR CITY IS NEXT!
This report is another example of the obscene concentration of
wealth in America that has raised inequality to a level not seen in more than a
century. Wages for workers in the United States are at their lowest level since
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The study noted that, in the aftermath of the Great
Depression, the US undertook policies “during the New Deal [that] permanently
reduced income concentration until the 1970s.” In contrast, the study noted a
striking absence of any measures to reign in social inequality in the present
crisis. Far from it, the Obama administrations’ bank bailouts, austerity
program and wage-cutting policies have vastly expanded the prevalence of social
REALITY of HOPE & CHANGE…. will
we survive Wall Street’s ongoing looting?
State of the Union: A bankrupt
ruling class talking to itself
30 January 2014
President Barack Obama’s State of the Union speech was a cynical
propaganda piece, filled with fraudulent claims and promises that no one, least
of all his audience at the US Capitol, believes in the slightest.
With Obama’s speech Tuesday night one had more than ever the
sense of the president as chief representative of the financial aristocracy that rules America, speaking to a
house filled with millionaire congress members and bought-and-paid-for
representatives of big business.