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    Senior Member AirborneSapper7's Avatar
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    The Critical Unraveling of U.S. Society

    By David DeGraw

    Report Contents:
    I: U.S. Societal Breakdown ... #breakdown
    II: Environmental Crisis ... nvironment
    III: The Obama Myth ... iety#obama
    IV: Economic Coup - Theft of Trillions ... ciety#coup
    V: National Emergency ... #emergency

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    The economic elite have launched an attack on the U.S. public and society is unraveling at an increased rate.

    I: U.S. Societal Breakdown

    I: U.S. Societal Breakdown

    You may have missed it in the mainstream news media, but statistical societal indicators are reading red across the board. Before exposing the root causes of this breakdown, let’s look at some vital statistics and facts:

    * The inequality of wealth in the United States is soaring to an unprecedented level. The US already had the highest inequality of wealth in the industrialized world prior to the financial crisis. Since the crisis, which has hit the middle class and poor much harder than the top one percent, the gap between the top one percent and the remaining 99% of the US population has grown to a record high.

    * As the stock market went over the 10,000 mark and just surged to a 13-month high, the three big banks that took taxpayer money and benefit the most from the government bailout have just set a new global economic record by issuing $30 billion in annual bonuses this year, “up 60 percent from last year.
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    It is ridiculous that Americans are being held responsible to make up the difference between what their houses sold for after their forclosure, and the terms of their original mortgage. I've heard of people oweing $90,000 for a house they have no attachment to, other than paperwork they signed for the original home. That's crazy.
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