strip bannernew-logo25
J. Speer-Williams   Jsw4@mac.com

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

“Many industriously concentrate on negatives: they stop people, impoverish people, tax people, poison people, imprison people, kill people, torture people, or bomb civilizations into rubble. Governments create little of a positive nature, least of all their expensive governmental programs, all reminiscent of Franklin Roosevelt’s make-work boondoggle, known as the Civilian Conservation Corps (1933-1942).”

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Like swans of legend, American entrepreneurs sing their final, beautiful Swan Song before they just fade away.

Free enterprise benefits an entire society. That is not the case with government-supported and protected monopoly (predatory) capitalism, which penalizes everyone, except the monopolists and their amoral henchmen in government, corporations, education, science, and the mainstream media.

With monopoly capitalists in charge of our government and economy all roads lead to collapse; such is their psychotic lust for money, power, perversions, and the sufferings of their fellowmen.
The stifling directives of central planning has done away with corporate accountability and killed private, individual initiatives under the pretenses of consumer protection and national security, while enriching foreign bankers and the elected and appointed officials of our government.
When everyone who is employed works for the state or federal government, and all money is controlled by private, European bankers, we will all likely be as impoverished as the citizens of the old Soviet Union. Remember the Soviets standing in long lines, with falling snow, to buy what they could from a dwindling short supply of consumer goods, goods they could barely afford, like two left boots, both of the wrong sizes?

Having too many people working for the government is the antithesis of prosperity. And it’s estimated that for every “green” job the government creates, they’ll eliminate 2.2 jobs from the real world of private enterprise, at a cost of about $700,000 apiece.

Not all government employees, however, are lazy.

Many industriously concentrate on negatives: they stop people, impoverish people, tax people, poison people, imprison people, kill people, torture people, or bomb civilizations into rubble. Governments create little of a positive nature, least of all their expensive governmental programs, all reminiscent of Franklin Roosevelt’s make-work boondoggle, known as the Civilian Conservation Corps (1933-1942).

There are sophists-historians-academics who say, “without government programs there would never have been an American middle-class.” How wrong can people be? Well, these fellows push the limits when they repeat the doctrines so widely promulgated by America’s academic class. They are the living embodiments of how a people can be very insightful and yet so blind at the same time. More