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As Markets Roar, American Poverty Soars
Sarah
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As Markets Roar, American Poverty Soars
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If you pay attention to the news you’ll hear all about great corporate earnings, the unbelievable stock market rally, the bitcoin hysteria, and improving jobless numbers. Somehow, though, all of this information and good times reporting belies the truth, and below the radar of such an apparent boom is the sad reality that the United States is suffering from crushing poverty unlike anything we’ve seen in generations.

Along side all of this is an unprecedented division taking place right now, as the world’s wealthiest people are seeing their wealth explode. They are calling it the new gilded age, and at present the distribution of wealth in America has already exceeded the imbalance which preceded the French Revolution.

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The United States Census Bureau reports that the poverty rate in America for 2016 was 12.7%, meaning some 41 million people live below the poverty line in the world’s richest country. This is punctuated by a wave of homelessness, especially on the West Coast, fueled by astronomical housing and rent prices. Furthermore, in a ‘new milestone,’ household debt in the U.S. topped $13 trillion in 2017, an incredible number.

As reported by The Guardian, something is changing in America. Something is different about our attitude towards the homeless and towards those who are down on their luck. As a society we seem to find it easier to look away.

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The government will never admit it.

They're afraid of a revolution which will send many of them in death.

Look into my eyes to see a Paradise of Love

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqtHu0XFal0

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-14-2018 02:30 PM)
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lol for the Australian numpty who cares so much for Americans he hates and wishes would die.. Jptdknpa

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Sarah  Wrote: (01-14-2018 07:54 AM)
As Markets Roar American Poverty Soars
December 26, 2017

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Isaac Davis, Staff Writer
Waking Times

If you pay attention to the news you’ll hear all about great corporate earnings, the unbelievable stock market rally, the bitcoin hysteria, and improving jobless numbers. Somehow, though, all of this information and good times reporting belies the truth, and below the radar of such an apparent boom is the sad reality that the United States is suffering from crushing poverty unlike anything we’ve seen in generations.

Along side all of this is an unprecedented division taking place right now, as the world’s wealthiest people are seeing their wealth explode. They are calling it the new gilded age, and at present the distribution of wealth in America has already exceeded the imbalance which preceded the French Revolution.

link to image: http://www.wakingtimes.com/wp-content/up...lution.jpg

The United States Census Bureau reports that the poverty rate in America for 2016 was 12.7%, meaning some 41 million people live below the poverty line in the world’s richest country. This is punctuated by a wave of homelessness, especially on the West Coast, fueled by astronomical housing and rent prices. Furthermore, in a ‘new milestone,’ household debt in the U.S. topped $13 trillion in 2017, an incredible number.

As reported by The Guardian, something is changing in America. Something is different about our attitude towards the homeless and towards those who are down on their luck. As a society we seem to find it easier to look away.

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http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/12/26/ma...rty-soars/

I wouldn't be able to tell. I know a lot of people I talk to seem to complain about the prices of food, gas, insurance, etc.

I know that a lot of the elderly round here seem to feel very pressured trying to make ends meet.

It is what it is.
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Sarah  Wrote: (01-14-2018 07:54 AM)
As Markets Roar American Poverty Soars
December 26, 2017

link to image: http://www.wakingtimes.com/wp-content/up...erty-1.jpg


As Markets Roar American Poverty Soars
December 26, 2017

377 13 0 0 0
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Isaac Davis, Staff Writer
Waking Times

If you pay attention to the news you’ll hear all about great corporate earnings, the unbelievable stock market rally, the bitcoin hysteria, and improving jobless numbers. Somehow, though, all of this information and good times reporting belies the truth, and below the radar of such an apparent boom is the sad reality that the United States is suffering from crushing poverty unlike anything we’ve seen in generations.

Along side all of this is an unprecedented division taking place right now, as the world’s wealthiest people are seeing their wealth explode. They are calling it the new gilded age, and at present the distribution of wealth in America has already exceeded the imbalance which preceded the French Revolution.

link to image: http://www.wakingtimes.com/wp-content/up...lution.jpg

The United States Census Bureau reports that the poverty rate in America for 2016 was 12.7%, meaning some 41 million people live below the poverty line in the world’s richest country. This is punctuated by a wave of homelessness, especially on the West Coast, fueled by astronomical housing and rent prices. Furthermore, in a ‘new milestone,’ household debt in the U.S. topped $13 trillion in 2017, an incredible number.

As reported by The Guardian, something is changing in America. Something is different about our attitude towards the homeless and towards those who are down on their luck. As a society we seem to find it easier to look away.

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http://www.wakingtimes.com/2017/12/26/ma...rty-soars/

Until the next 350,000 "co managers" are laid off, and the the next, etc. then when they themselves are in the same position they will wonder why no one is helping.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 03:21 PM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (01-14-2018 02:30 PM)
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lol for the Australian numpty who cares so much for Americans he hates and wishes would die.. Jptdknpa

Jptdknpa

Jptdknpa

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Leftists are so kind. JptdknpaJptdknpaJptdknpaJptdknpa Jptdknpa

She is OCD with USA. Insane in a way.
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Quote:As reported by The Guardian, something is changing in America. Something is different about our attitude towards the homeless and towards those who are down on their luck. As a society we seem to find it easier to look away.

People are being programmed into believing if a person is having a rough time in life, it is their own fault.

In reality, some people cannot live in this system. It's too toxic with the dog eat dog mentality. Psychopathy is the norm these days. Those who are not psychopaths have a hard time with it.
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Quote:As reported by The Guardian, something is changing in America. Something is different about our attitude towards the homeless and towards those who are down on their luck. As a society we seem to find it easier to look away.

People are being programmed into believing if a person is having a rough time in life, it is their own fault.

In reality, some people cannot live in this system. It's too toxic with the dog eat dog mentality. Psychopathy is the norm these days. Those who are not psychopaths have a hard time with it.

Well, it really is their fault. I don't fit in the system, so I made my own way. Wasn't easy, but that's life. You can't rely on emotion to pull you through. It takes elbow grease, which is so tough, I know. chuckle
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RE: As Markets Roar, American Poverty Soars
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 04:37 PM)
People are being programmed into believing if a person is having a rough time in life, it is their own fault.

In reality, some people cannot live in this system. It's too toxic with the dog eat dog mentality. Psychopathy is the norm these days. Those who are not psychopaths have a hard time with it.

Well, it really is their fault. I don't fit in the system, so I made my own way. Wasn't easy, but that's life. You can't rely on emotion to pull you through. It takes elbow grease, which is so tough, I know. chuckle

You are both right. However, look at this problem from a spiritual perspective. We are all in essence one, meaning we are all connected via universal consciousness. While we each are responsible for our own thoughts and actions thus creating the reality we live in we are all still effected by the hive mind. Some have just woken from that mindset and have been able to take a different perspective while many have not. We are all in this together.

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Quote:As reported by The Guardian, something is changing in America. Something is different about our attitude towards the homeless and towards those who are down on their luck. As a society we seem to find it easier to look away.

People are being programmed into believing if a person is having a rough time in life, it is their own fault.

In reality, some people cannot live in this system. It's too toxic with the dog eat dog mentality. Psychopathy is the norm these days. Those who are not psychopaths have a hard time with it.

When it comes to temporary difficulties, then yes I agree. When it comes to people who at age forty-something still haven't gotten their sh*t together, then no. You cannot go your entire life blaming everybody and everything except for yourself. Or denying each person does play a role in their own ruin via bad decisions in addition to bad luck or extenuating circumstances. I've known people who were kicked out of their house at fifteen, pregnant and on their own at sixteen and are now living a decent middle class life. I've known others who had family give them every opportunity to thrive who squandered everything.

Ultimately, even the most drug-addicted or alcoholic person has to choose to stop - nothing and nobody else can make them.
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Thousands of people in California are living in
Tent Cities. Most of them have jobs, but can't
afford the rent. They are stuck with nowhere
else to go.
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Another reason to kick illegals to the curb.
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Under Obama America had the greatest wealth inequality in the history of the United States.

Period.
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