American Income Distribution

08 Mar

The top 1% of Americans own 40% of all the national wealth. This is an enormous problem.  I guarantee that this disproportionate income distribution will not survive this decade without causing a violent political and social explosion.  The top 1% may support an overt police state to enforce their wealth.  But even with massive police protection, their avarice will trigger a revolution.  One way or another, the wealth of the super-rich will be heavily taxed or seized by government–or taken or destroyed by means of a shooting revolution by the people.

It could very well be that the super-rich are every bit as in favor of gun control as the Congress.  Both groups should be feeling guilty and vulnerable to angry Americans for the same reasons–they are by-in-large a bunch of crooks whose primary business is extortion rather than production.

The super-rich would have us believe that they’re entitled to keep every dime they have because this is America and they earned their wealth by hard work.  If that were true, I’d agree with them.  But it’s not true.  The truth is that, to substantial degree, the super-rich  acquire and retain their wealth by hiring lobbyists to bribe Congressmen to pass laws that allow the super-rich to avoid taxes or restrict competition so as to “legally” rob the middle and lower classes.     That’s going to end.

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7 responses to “American Income Distribution

  1. Anon4fun

    March 8, 2013 at 7:23 PM

    “One way or another, the wealth of the super-rich will be heavily taxed or seized by government–or taken or destroyed by means of a shooting revolution by the people.”

    Has this ever happened in a country with a private central bank?

    • Mike

      March 9, 2013 at 1:01 AM

      Well it has happened twice in this country before but the history books won’t tell you that. Google The Bank of America and The Second Bank of America. We are in the third phase of the central banking scam and for most it is like Neo learning there were more Matrix before he showed up. Most just don’t believe it is happening and how much it controls our lives.

      My question is WWJD? When will we go to the temple and chase the money changers out? I think when we no longer benefit from their game and I am afraid that is coming soon.

      Good find Mr. Adask, hope you help it go viral and show others what is happening

      • Anon4fun

        March 9, 2013 at 2:03 AM

        Google isn’t returning much given these clues. Could you be more specific?

        For example, what were the names of some of the super-rich who had their wealth heavily taxed or seized by the government – or taken or destroyed in a revolution – while this (or any other) country had a private central bank?

      • Adask

        March 9, 2013 at 5:08 AM

        You might try looking up “Marie Antoinette” (Queen of France) and all of her “super-rich” friends. When the impoverished French people were starving circa A.D. 1790 and complained that they had no bread to eat, Marie achieved a certain amount of notoriety by responding “Then let them eat cake.” In that anecdote, we see evidence of grossly unfair income distribution. The poor and middle class of France were starving; the “super-rich” (the Royals) were doing just fine. The French Revolution ensued. The monarchy was destroyed and replaced by a republic in A.D. 1792. In A.D. 1793, Ms. Antoinette was beheaded.

        I don’t know that France had a private central bank at the time. I doubt that they did. But any government that can still feed its rich, but can’t feed its poor and middle class is guilty of an untenable income distribution. If there is a national emergency such that all of its people (including the rich) are suffering from insufficient food, the nation and its government can survive. However, when a government feeds the rich and starves the poor and middle class, that government exposes itself to revolution.

        We might soon see something similar to the French Revolution in Egypt. Egypt’s poor are very poor (I’ve read that 40% of Egyptians live on $2 a day or less). Their rich and “well-connected” are presumably doing OK. Egypt’s income distribution disparity may or may not cause a coming Egyptian revolution, but it will certainly fuel such revolution.

        Egypt does have the “Central Bank of Egypt”.

      • Sparky

        March 9, 2013 at 10:12 AM

        We will be tugging at the cape of “Superman” IF & when we try to chase out the money changers. Even Yahshua, after he did this, said that would be his downfall. Maybe tho, this will be what it takes for us to do, maybe he will come back(return) to help us.BUT, then again,I don’t really think any group no matter how large in number are going to try to chase out the money changers.JFK tried to do this, in a subtle way,but the money changers knew what JFK was trying to do. It was not a pretty picture was it? A.K.A. The Big Event.

  2. citizen7

    March 9, 2013 at 8:09 PM

    “Paper Wealth”. is an abstraction, a social construct, can go poof anytime.

    • Sparky the dullard

      March 13, 2013 at 1:39 AM

      Alan Greenspan,former Fed Chairman, said re:the National Debt, “No problem, we can always print more paper.” This is on a video, just cannot at this time remember which video. I agree with your “poof.” But I think it will be when “they” want it to go poof. I believe they also have planned the spoof poof date.


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