The Rich Elite want a Return to the Grapes of Wrath

In 2011 American businesses created 1.5 million jobs……in other countries.  The United States has lost 3 million jobs in the past three years.  This is how our news is reported.  The facts to be ascertained are simple.  New jobs are not created overseas.  American jobs are moved there.  Citing the statistic of 1.5 million jobs created overseas last year, American corporations say they would have liked to have created those jobs in the US, but they just cannot feel secure until we drop all regulations and stop taxing them completely.

To start with these rich bastards pay no taxes and we all know it.  What they are actually talking out of the sides of their mouths about is an end to corporations paying matched amount in withholding for Social Security and Medicare.  These same corporations would also prefer that we get rid of the minimum wage and child labor laws.  And oh yes, they would like tens of thousands more foreign work visas to be issued to bring in cheap high tech labor.

Why don’t you sons of bitches just quit mealy mouthing around?  What you really want is a return to the Grapes of Wrath, wherein an uneducated population can start to work for you in your sweat shops and in the fields as soon as they’re manual dexterity develops to a useable level.  Then they can work for you sixteen hours a day, seven days a week, clear up until the day they finally drop dead from exhaustion.  And oh yes, no one gets anything more than a place to sleep and enough food and water to keep them alive.

Everyone reading this, keep in mind, these are the same creatures that have stolen $30 trillion from us and continue to steal hand over fist, day after day, week after week, month after month, and year after year.

You no longer hear about the 99ers, those long term unemployed, formerly of the middle class, who have been reduced to deep poverty and made to disappear by the mainstream propagandists in the false reality they have created.  You see the plan is if they can keep things quiet long enough the outrage of today becomes the norm of tomorrow, but I tell you this will never be.

Our enemies have overextended themselves and cannot avoid the day of reckoning that lies in our near future.  And when that day comes, all those millions upon millions who have been ripped off and cast into the gutters will each be wanting their pound of flesh.  In fact the flesh of the filthy rich scum will indeed be at a premium.  The damnable fools that the elite are, they have sealed their own fate.

Think, what would it take to stop 20 million pissed off citizens from taking revenge on those who have caused their misery?  And more importantly, who would want to stop them?  And even more importantly than that, who would allow anyone to stop them?

The international corporate mafia scum are running scared.  And they should be, as even a compassionate non-violent person could make no argument for any mercy for them.  The burning hate they have fostered will only be quenched through their blood.  And again, they have called the tune.

I will be content to stand aside and listen to their screams as they dance the dance.  Damn them their arrogance and may their bones be left to bleach in the sun where they fall, so that the lesson they will have brought about is not soon lost.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

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  1. Unemployment claims rise after steady declines

    December 29, 2011 — WASHINGTON (AP) — The number of people seeking unemployment benefits rose last week after three weeks of decline.

    Even with the gain, applications remained at a level consistent with modest hiring. And the broader trend over the past month suggests job growth could pick up further in the new year. Weekly applications increased by 15,000 to a seasonally adjusted 381,000, the Labor Department said Thursday.

    The four-week average, a less volatile measure, dropped for the fourth straight week to 375,000. That’s the lowest level since June 2008. “Despite the rise in the weekly claims data, the longer-term trend … suggests that the recovery in the labor market is maintaining its momentum,” said Michael Gapen, an economist at Barclays Capital, in a note to clients.

    Applications generally must fall below 375,000 — consistently — to signal that hiring is strong enough to reduce the unemployment rate. While layoffs have fallen sharply since the recession officially ended two and a half years ago, many companies have been slow to add jobs.

    Economists caution that the figures can be volatile around the holidays. The data for seven states, including California and Virginia, were estimated because of the Monday holiday, a Labor Department spokesman said. Those estimates have in the past proven reliable, the spokesman said, and haven’t required major revision.

    Hiring has improved in recent months. Employers have added an average of 143,000 net jobs a month from September through November. That’s almost double the average for the previous three months. Next year should be even better. A survey of 36 economists by the Associated Press this month found that they expect the economy will generate an average of about 175,000 jobs per month in 2012.

    More small businesses plan to hire than at any time in three years, a trade group said earlier this month. And a separate private-sector survey found more companies are planning to add workers in the first quarter of next year than at any time since 2008.

    In November, the unemployment rate fell to 8.6 percent from 9 percent. Still, about half that decline occurred because many of the unemployed gave up looking for work. When people stop looking for a job, they’re no longer counted as unemployed.

    The pickup in hiring reflects some modest improvement in the economy. Growth will likely top 3 percent at an annual rate in the final three months of this year, economists expect. That would be better than the 1.8 percent growth in the July-September quarter.

    Europe is almost certain to fall into recession because of its financial troubles. And without more jobs and higher incomes, consumers may have to cut back on spending. Both could drag on growth next year.

    Congress removed one potential threat last week when it agreed to extend a payroll tax cut and to keep emergency unemployment benefits for two additional months. Both programs were scheduled to expire at the end of this month. Economists worried that ending the tax break and the extended unemployment benefits program would have left Americans with less money to spend.

    About 7.2 million people are receiving benefits, as of the week ending Dec. 10, the latest data available. That’s an increase of about 80,000 from the previous week. That figure includes about 3.5 million laid-off workers that are receiving benefits under an extended benefits program put in place during the recession.

  2. Very good article Henry, hits the nail right on the head! We must not forget the pain and the suffering that these elitist bastards have caused us and our family’s to endure thru, even though it has become the norm over the past 3 or 4 years! The end of necessary Unemployment benefits hit us 99ers like a 2×4 up the side of the head, we really just wanted jobs so we could support our families, or keep a roof over our heads, or maybe keep our retirement savings (I’m 49 now with zero retirement savings). Its all in the rear view mirror, but it cannot be forgotten ever!! All the media lies, the carelessness of the job situation, new laws quickly being put in place to take away more of our rights, war after war in other parts of the world(at a cost of trillions of dollars) but we really can’t afford to help our own people??.. and last but not least the huge Bank Bailouts!!! All these things have brought us and our country to the brink of ruin, It already seems a decade ago!! All the people with no hope who have taken thier own lives, all the good hard working Americans who lost there homes that used to house an American middle class family.. Gone!!! Broken families, broken people, old people with no retirement who lost everything in the 401k scams!!! Empty houses owned by F***ing Banks that have no use for them!! This Not the American Way.. These Bastards will pay for their crimes!! I’ll feel no remorse when there judgement day is here!! Remember they used to hang a horsethief by the neck in this country!!!

  3. To quote David Rockefeller,”As we all know,I owe no personal income tax.However I send the I.R.S. a small personal check from time to time out of the goodness of my heart.”This guy is laughing at all the sheep that he and his lords ,the Rothschilds,rule over from cradle to grave.The Rothschilds are credibly estimated to have a personal fortune worth $500 trillion yet nobody knows for sure because they never release a financial statement.The Rothschilds also own countries such as the U.K.,theU.S. and Israel as well as every other one except the few that we are now bombing out of existence at our own expense.That expense being the countless lives of civilians,American soldiers,freedom and sovereignty.

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