Posts Tagged ‘99 percent’
Posted in Economics, recession, income redistribution, Politics, the Rigged Game, Uncategorized, wealth redistribution, tagged 99 percent, Military, Ron Paul, veterans on Jpm12000000pmMon, 31 Dec 2012 14:12:46 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
The following video was seen by me on
I watched the video and I didn’t think Ron Paul stood with the 99 percent because in this video he doesn’t mention anything about how federal legislation has been purchased to ensure that income and wealth have been redistributed to the 1 percent from the 99 percent for the last thirty years. Although Paul has some good understandings about the Federal Reserve and Wall Street, I don’t see him standing up for the 99 percent against the parasitic 1 percent. It is corruption in our entire political system that has brought this about. Mr. Paul doesn’t say anything about that in this video. Therefore, in my opinion, Ron Paul never stood up for the 99 percent.
Posted in Economics, the Rigged Game, Uncategorized, tagged 1 percent, 99 percent, Big Oil, corruption, government, subsidies on Jam12000000amSun, 16 Dec 2012 09:23:44 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
US government subsidies to Big Oil serve to increase profits, dividends and share prices. That means those subsidies go either directly or indirectly into the pockets of the 1 percent. Those subsidies are welfare for the rich, of the rich and by the rich. They ought to be the first thing cut in the fiscal cliff negotiations, rather than say, Medicaid payments. But Big Government is a rigged game in favor of the 1 percent sucking the 99 percent financially dry.
Posted in corruption, Economics, income redistribution, Politics, the Rigged Game, tagged 1 percent, 99 percent, Barack Obama, Bernie Sanders, corporate raider, government, mitt romney, plutocracy, Wall Street on Jpm10000000pmMon, 22 Oct 2012 15:46:44 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Posted in corruption, Economics, income redistribution, the Rigged Game, tagged 1 percent, 99 percent, earl blumenauer, income redistribution, Ron Wyden, the Rigged Game on Jam10000000amMon, 08 Oct 2012 09:33:00 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
As I pointed out in The Rigged Game, the massive redistribution of income and wealth from the 99 to the 1 percent was not an accident. It was planned by our ruling elite and brought to fruition by their corrupt drones in political office, such as Wall Street Senator Ron Wyden and Wall Street Congressman Earl Blumenauer.
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Posted in corruption, culture, Economics, Economics, recession, income redistribution, Mitt Romney, the Rigged Game, wealth redistribution, tagged 1 percent, 99 percent, corporations, Economics, income redistribution, Labor, mitt romney, national income, share, supply side, Tax cuts, The Rich on Jam8000000amThu, 02 Aug 2012 10:47:04 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Parasite Wall Street Mitt Romney says the US jobs numbers are catastrophic, horrible and even worse, and the US needs to cut taxes for corporations and the rich, as well as bust unions, to solve the problem. Then we’d open the floodgates to millions of jobs. That’s pure bull crap, and Wall Street Mitt knows it.
Right now US corporations are sitting on $1.7 trillion in the US and over $5 trillion worldwide. Apple Inc. is sitting on $117 billion. Why isn’t supply-side economics working? There’s only one answer. It never has. It was always a lie to deceive the 99 percent. So giving tax breaks to corporations and the rich will only allow them to purchase more political power with which to suck the rest of us dryer, thereby depressing the economy and jobs markets further. Then the 1 percent will use their financial muscle to legislatively steal more from the 99 percent and stick their ill gotten gains in their own pockets. That’s why Wall Street Mitt’s call for more tax cuts for corporations and the rich will only lead to more disaster for the 99 percent.
That’s precisely why labor’s share of total national income has sunk to its lowest level since records have been kept. That’s the real issue and the real economic point that needs to be made. Demand is weak because the middle and poor classes have been legislatively sucked financially dry by the parasites of the 1 percent.
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Posted in Economics, income redistribution, Politics, the Rigged Game, Uncategorized, tagged 1 percent, 99 percent, Bain Capital, Free trade, liar, mitt romney, outsourcing, parasite on Jam7000000amThu, 12 Jul 2012 08:45:15 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
The Boston Globe reports this morning that Mitt Romney stayed on as CEO of Bain Capital three years longer than he claims. That means he shipped three years worth of jobs, tens of thousands of jobs, overseas more than he previously had claimed. Romney says he left Bain Capital in 1999. Records list him as Bain’s CEO in 2002. What a lying son-of-a-bitch.
No wonder Wall Street Mitt Romney supports free trade treaties. They allowed him to ship jobs 0f the 99 percent overseas, then stuff the difference between the old higher wages here and the new lower wages there into his fat wallet. The Globe also reports that Romney was the sole shareholder in Bain. Destroying jobs, redistributing the income of the 99 percent to his fat wallet, that’s how he made his millions. That makes Romney the ultimate parasite. It also makes him the ultimate liar.
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Posted in corruption, free trade, income redistribution, Politics, Uncategorized, tagged 1 percent, 99 percent, conspiracy in restraint of trade, corruption, Free trade, government, income redistribution, inflation on Jam6000000amSat, 23 Jun 2012 08:25:18 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Corporations are income redistribution conduits of the 1 percent. They are known as “organized money,” and are intended to suck the rest of us dry. They’re very efficient at this task. That’s why corporate profits are at an all time high. In each industry, they simply jack up their prices, usually nearly simultaneously, certainly within days of each other. There are plenty of examples of this, such as the latest artificial crisis created by Big Oil that resulted in higher prices at the pump. Most industries work like that; coffee, tea, cereal, toilet paper, electronics, etc….
Obviously, the difference between the old prices the 99 percent pays and the new higher prices goes into the pockets of the 1 percent via higher corporate earnings, increased dividends and rising share prices. None of this could occur without this income redistribution scam. If businesses really competed, we’d have declining prices, which would result in reduced earnings, dividends and share prices. It would also stop the income redistribution scam, which is helped by government. Wall Street would also collapse.
The feds won’t enforce the Sherman Anti-Trust Act and force competition on corporations, except, of course, for the little guys. And secondly, the government makes sure the methodology that it uses to gauge inflation does not include most price increases, such as energy and food. The feds have tweaked the methodology 20 times since 1981. This means they’ve perfected a way to fool the vast majority of citizens, but not all of us.
Also, corporations have shipped plenty of jobs overseas under the disguise of free trade treaties. The difference between the old wages here and the new lower wages there sneak into the already fat wallets of the rich via higher dividends and share prices. In other words, free trade treaties are an income redistribution scam.
The rise in corporate profits during economic tough times, like those we currently live in, is caused by these conspiracies and not by wonderfully adept management. In fact, corporations are so badly mismanaged that incompetent CEO’s are forced to engage in these illegal conspiracies, aided and abetted by a government completely corrupted by Organized Money. But these CEOs receive awesome compensation for their incompetence.
Posted in corruption, Economics, education, income redistribution, Occupy, Occupy wall street, Uncategorized, tagged 1 percent, 99 percent, Ben Cohen, Occupy, Occupy wall street on Jam6000000amMon, 04 Jun 2012 10:19:54 +000012 10, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Ben Cohen is the co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. He’s also a financial backer of the Occupy movement. Cohen says he is helping to launch “a campaign this summer to highlight the influence of corporate money in American politics.”
“Cohen and the Move to Amend advocacy group will distribute rubber stamps with anti-corporate election spending messages so that the politically minded can mark their dollar bills. The end goal: To secure a constitutional amendment saying corporations do not enjoy the same protected rights as individuals and that money is not a form of speech.”
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