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Is America About To Reach A Breaking Point? Anger Grows As Unemployment Benefits Get Cut

  As the middle class disintegrates, poverty is climbing to unprecedented levels.  Even though the stock market has been setting record high after record high, the amount of anger and frustration boiling just under the surface in our nation grows with each passing day.  And now extended unemployment benefits have been cut off for 1.3 million unemployed Americans, and it is being projected that a total of 5 million unemployed Americans will lose their benefits by the end of 2014.  In addition, as I have written about previously, 47 million Americans recently had their food stamp benefits reduced.  The conditions for a "perfect storm" are certainly being created.  So how much longer will it be until we see all of this anger and frustration boil over in the streets of our major cities?  Is America about to reach a breaking point?

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Comment by PureTrust
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There is virtually no end to natural resources.

The are seemingly endless numbers of people who want to work. Those that don't want to work, change their minds when they get hungry enough.

The knowledge of what to do is there, from organizing a labor force, to manufacturing products from the natural resources, to transporting and marketing the products, to equitable sharing through the free market.

So, why are there problems?

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Bankers Destroy Global Economy by Design to Consolidate Power


Ian Wishart, author of TOTALITARIA, interviewed on Coast-to-Coast AM, with George Noory (11 Dec 2013)(Ian Wishart, a former Government Insider, became aware of the “elite” push for N.W.O.)