Since 2008 election people are asking, 'are you better off now than before the 2008 election? I say things are the same, although, small changes in health care and reform to the financial community have enhanced the lives of some U.S citizens. However, reality TV mirrors the countries attitude into subjective topics that tend not to expand our Political and intellectual culture.
As colleges produce highly intellectual skilled citizens, their confidence erodes, as cooperate ideology in stills ‘nothing is above making money’. Their integrity and human behavior are forever changed. Thus people should understand how the 99%'ers have gain traction, creating a title wave against the 1 %'ers ideology (Money Rules all Things).
With the 99%’ers many changes will appear. Boycotts against the proud and greedy will increase. The sense of awe that what is written in the bible, “For the sun rises with a scorching wind and withers the grass; and its flower falls off and the beauty of its appearance is destroyed; so too the rich man in the midst of his pursuits will fade away”.
The 1%'ers control which country will produce the things we buy. As the world turns big money oil companies dictates the price of gas. Who dictates the price of food, the food growers, processors, and transportation companies? How do you think the tea party ideology spread throughout this country, the media? All products we see or think to purchase aired on T.V. and the internet tempts us to spend what we don’t have, money. What‘s next, selling air? Thanks is given to God, no one as set the price of air. However, I'm sure the 1%'ers are trying to fix that as well.
Multinational companies have created the 1% er environment and people across the planet are standing up for themselves staking a claim for freedom and justices. This weekend, people dedicated the King memorial in Washington D.C. Someone ask me what did the monument mean to me. I said, “the king memorial is a stone figure but Kings Dream has not been realized”. This stone monument is a statement of this countries inability to produce freedom and justice for all. Therefore, the best thing one can do is create a structure where one can give tribute for something unattainable.
When you have a black Republican state the 99%'ers should blame only themselves for not being wealthy. This political leader is playing into the hands of the 1%'ers. You see, they want blacks to fight between themselves while Jim Crow and their son's James Crow Esq. spin tea party messages over the airwaves about loyalty to the constitution and their party. Just last night the Republicans couldn’t mention why the Latino should vote for them. The Republicans called the 99%’ers a mob group and Americans shouldn’t pit themselves against each other neither play class warfare. The 1%’ers Politician, passing voter suppression laws, and trying to dismantle bargaining rights for state workers? Favoritism will lead you astray. Just like one Christen must not condemn another Christen religion as a cult. Therefore, Politicians must not call-out others who win using their playbook.
Of course, big money people didn't want more exposure of the vast wealth dispersion in the country. Do the 1%’ers think the 99%'ers have low IQ's? I bet the 1%'ers would like nothing but to justify differential treatment without weighing the impact of centuries of corruption, expansion, acquiring, and consolation of wealth over the 99%ers. Although a few 1%’ers acknowledge the doctrine of wealth supremacy has sunk deeply into the minds of too many Americans. It has slithered its way into the psyches of poor and low self-esteem who equate success with acting like a 1%'ers. While we flatter 1%'ers unduly to equate success. In addition, if success is 1%'ers then are we saying that to act as a 99%'ers is to fail. No, we should avoid demonizing people. It’s not about being successful but having respect for all. It seems we can't act right for our sinful nature leads us astray. So whether a 99%’ers or 1%’ers, business as usual on this planet until the Redeemer returns to teach us His ways.
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