1. Regardless of the circumstances causing the Ferguson riots; people need to wake up that these draconian enforcement measures will be utilized nationwide when America’s phony financial paradigm goes bust and there’s both rioting and blood running in the streets.

    Why is there so much violence and crime on the rise? Simply because there’s a severe shortage of blue collar manufacturing jobs in the country. Not everyone has the acumen to be a doctor, engineer, lawyer, scientist etc. They simply need jobs for making products this nation both needs and utilizes on an an everyday basis.

    Since Ronald Reagan held office in the 80’s; over 35 million jobs have been off shored or functions within a corporation have been sent to Asia all to their benefit and extremely detrimental to ours in terms of providing our citizens a way of making ends meet.

    How does this fit in with the violence in Ferguson et al. cities in the U.S. ? As it’s written…”idleness is the devil’s workshop” which can be projected on a legion of young folks leaving school as well as our college undergrads who cannot find employment within their chosen field. If our citizens still had hope of hiring on at some local manufacturing enterprise then it would lead to greater societal contentment; I.E., less idlers hanging out to score simply some petty drug deal, whore themselves out or whatever other survival mode endeavor they might pursue.

    Our national leadership is a total and absolute disaster when it comes to providing a job friendly environment for U.S. corporations on American soil. Endless byzantine regulations along with onerous taxation have driven them to Asia as well as Mexico, Central and South America. The current phase is for corporations to move their headquarters offshore to avoid taxation while still enjoying the umbrella of the U.S. military security that provides a safe haven for their businesses in America.

    America…now their Amerika is being gutted out and left rot

    Maybe we should all think about ending free-trade, too. Lincoln was dead set against it. Only the South was for free-trade.


    “I do not know much about the tariff, but I know this much, when we buy manufactured goods abroad, we get the goods and the foreigner gets the money. When we buy the manufactured goods at home, we get both the goods and the money.” — Abraham Lincoln


    Carl Nemo *==

Comments are closed.