The present battle between those that produce and those that consume has been going on for years in many societies. It is almost cliche today to allude to Greece or Spain or even Argentina. Throughout the world, classes have existed since our early history as a people. It is a creation and perpetration of those in or desiring power to remain so through the subjugation of others. It exists in form and practice from hard chains, to outcasts, to race, to cast, to economic. While the physical exploitation of another human is reprehensible at all levels, it is not to say that in any society left to its own accord, classes of the populace will not develop on their own. There are always those who are more energetic, ambitious, industrious, and those who would rather sleep late, lounge and see what the industrious have provided for sustenance. There will also always be those who simply cannot fend for themselves through a lack of capacity, either mental or physical. Most developed societies have built economic and service centric safety nets to care for those at the very bottom.
Therefore, it should not be surprising that the societal breakdown seen today is rooted on economics. Economic encumbrance is tool of most of the major socialist governments across the globe and used to enhance the segregation of the classes through a planned growth in government reliance, not only on those at the very bottom but on the lazy and the interlopers. The building of the entitlement mentality is an organized strategy of social engineering as is the building of an ever larger government industrial complex to service the large and growing entitled base. Wrapped in the guise of democracy, the slightest hint at a cutting of benefits to the new entitled brings them out to the polls in droves. To perpetuate this large managed voting block, government must control the media. Through bailouts, lots of advertising dollars and preferential access to stories and leaders, the media become the whores of the message. Orchestrated through their governmental masters to develop and build on the growing economic separation between the makers and takers, through a persistent barrage of programing, news stories, situational comedies, and documentaries, the false economy of envy and social injustice. Using race, economics and social engineering on so many levels as to be un-followable, Governments, be them sovereign or global, ( National or United Nations) through their vast media holdings create the ultimate us vs. them uprising in culture and society. Growing ever larger on the backs on the producers until either the producers cry, Enough! or more certainly the ability to raise revenues to sustain the entitlement class is just unbearable causing an economic collapse and the destruction of societal norms.
This is the precarious dance the US finds itself in under the leadership of the current socialist regime. On every level the actions of the current government are designed and executed to ensure its own existence and prosperity using the carefully crafted entitled class as tools to the preservation of their own power and wealth. The inevitable economic crash will cause violent uprisings as millions realize that the well is dry, the producers have run out of funds and the ability to provide jobs or produce the tax revenue the government requires to provide for the entitled. Alas we have become Greece, Spain, Italy,Portugal and Argentina.
What the government has thus far been unable to due to prepare the country for the inevitable is disarm us. This week Pravda, ( yes That Pravda ) warned US citizens to hold onto our guns, citing that Russia was a very armed society during the time of the Tzars and thus enjoyed a vibrant economic and governmental balance. The Revolution brought about a seizure of guns and decades of economic and society oppression ensued as the populace was unable to defend itself from years of tyranny. There is a very real attack on our 4th and 2nd amendments playing out in several venues. Gov. Cuomo is call for a confiscation of guns in clear violating both while Florida now has over one million concealed weapons carriers. The same arguments at differing degrees are being debated in Congress. Everything is in play. Meanwhile the lines to get in to regional gun shows, the months long waiting list for rifles at dealers and even from manufacturers direct, due to the unprecedented demand for firearms clearly declares that majority of the population “Gets It”. But will they be able to keep it? Its imperative that the message of what is happening gets out on a very socialized level to permeate the fog of the government media. Very emotional arguments are built on these social issues and arguing on logic in the media is nearly impossible. Educating family and friends, direct conversations with local government representatives, and personal strategies to protect family, property and way of life in the face of looming economic breakdown and the violence it will bring is the order of the day. Let’s do our part. And let us prepare.