14 June 2016

Adios to the middle class.

In America, Europe, China, Japan, and the many other places in the world where there was an existing or emerging middle class, the global economy, which globalists in the U.S. and the EU promised us would bring more economic prosperity, has caused the opposite through downward pressure on wages due to global competition. When the beginnings of these trends first began to emerge with events like Rockefeller going to China in the 1970s and the creation of NAFTA, GATT, and the WTO, etc., the American people were told through a corporate controlled media that this would allow Americans to prosper in the new global market place.

Of course, the globalists knew what the real outcome would be from the beginning.[1]

Also, much downward pressure on U.S. workers, if not outright displacement, from our insane diabolical embrace of open borders and encouragement of mass illegal and legal immigration.

[1] "Precariat, Bilderberg and the Microchip." By Paul McGuire, NewsWithViews.com, 6/13/16 (emphasis added).

1 comment:

Joshua Sinistar said...

Say Good-Bye to bad rubbish. We have the skills and they're just dumb shills. We don't need their paper. After the Second Civil War, all that paper will be uncomfortable toilet paper. Gold, silver, platinum and diamonds are not the same as Guns and Butter.
Sayonara suckers. YOU LOSE.