Thursday, February 27, 2014

Bill de Blasio - Servant of Wall Street's Biggest Looters

On February 10, New York City’s new mayor, Democrat Bill de Blasio, gave his first State of the City speech. Two days later he presented his proposed budget for the 2015 fiscal year, which begins July 1. Both the speech and the budget starkly illustrate the contrast between his campaign rhetoric and reality—he has always represented the city’s financial-corporate elite.

De Blasio’s plans are carefully designed to satisfy the city’s corporate and financial establishment. When he presented his budget he said, “There is nothing mutually exclusive between being both fiscally responsible and economically progressive.” In translation, this means that workers and the poor can expect at most a few crumbs and a few gestures, while the needs of Wall Street are carefully attended to.
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.
OBAMA and his CRONIES BANKRUPT AMERICA… then send the bills for their LOOTING to the AMERICAN MIDDLE CLASS
The Democrats’ proposal for a trivial increase in the minimum wage comes as social inequality is hitting unprecedented levels.

The net worth of America’s billionaires

reached $1.2 trillion last year, more than

double what it was in 2009. Meanwhile,

median household income in the US

plummeted by 8.3 percent between 2007 and


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