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An Extraordinary Coup, Threatening the Very Existence of the Middle Class

Current statistical societal indicators clearly demonstrate that a strategic attack has been launched and an analysis of current governmental policies prove that conditions for 99 percent of Americans will continue to deteriorate. The Economic Elite have engineered a financial coup and have brought war to our doorstep...and make no mistake, they have launched a war to eliminate the U.S. middle class. To those who feel I am using extreme rhetoric, I ask you to please take a few minutes of your time to hear me out and research the evidence put forth. The facts are there for the unprejudiced, rational and reasoned mind to absorb. It is the unfortunate reality of our current crisis. Unless we all unite and organize on common ground, our very way of life and the ideals that our country was founded upon will continue to unravel. Before exposing exactly who the Economic Elite are, and discussing common sense ways in which we can defeat them, let's take a look at how much damage they have already caused. Casualties of Economic Terrorism, Surveying the Damage The devastating numbers across-the-board on the economic front are staggering. I'll go through some of them here, many we have already become all too familiar with. We hear some of these numbers all the time, so much so that it appears as if we have already begun "to normalize the unthinkable." You may be sick of hearing them, but behind each number is an enormous amount of individual suffering, American lives and families who are struggling worse than they ever have.

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Comment by Ross Wolf
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U.S. Government officials allege the national economy is stabilizing, even growing, but would it be more accurate to say, the U.S. Economy has stabilized after contracting and this Contracted Economy will need millions fewer workers indefinitely. Some business owners believe the contracted U.S. economy will cause higher unemployment for years; that government unemployment numbers in the future will not be considered when determining if the U.S. or a region is in a recession; meanwhile millions of unemployed Americans will be doomed to walk the streets in search of jobs that don’t exist, while having no shelter.