June 30, 2011 in 2012 Elections
Brought to You by Your Global Wall Street Multi-Level Marketing Con Artists and their Political Sideshow Bobs from Both Parties
Source: Wiki Commons: Library of Congress, 1900, Author The Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati & New York.
Yes, our Congress and Corporate media are best represented by a three-ring circus. Yes, it’s confusing. It’s called “purposeful obfuscation.” And yes it is no accident. Your elected officials in Washington DC, the corporate-owned media, and Wall Street CEOs planned it that way.
If the USA economic system that is alive and thriving (at least for the rich) were to be illustrated by a business model, it would most resemble that of a multilevel marketing scheme like Amway. The multilevel marketing business model is shaped like a pyramid. The winners (400 of the richest families in the USA) are at the apex of the triangle. As it spreads down to the lower levels toward the base more and more members are found.
The con that those in the upper levels play on those in levels beneath them is that “If you work hard like I did, you too can be rich like me.” And like all cons, this is a con too. A few very determined souls do scratch their way to one of the higher levels and/or like the nickel slot machine player, the house allows a few more to hit it big. However, the model only works if there are enough suckers on the bottom levels to pay the way for the wealthy free-loaders in the upper tiers. That is why this model is broken for the majority. The majority will never make it up from the bottom. The owners have arranged it that way. If the majority win, then they lose.
Currently, the top tier players of our multilevel Wall Street Centric System control both parties, the media, and Congress.
What they don’t control, not in the strictest sense of the word, are the votes.
Thus, if we are to have representation of the majority, we must turn away from all mainstream media and BOTH parties. We must begin now to find replacements for every single member of the House of Representatives in 2012.
The first question that all Americans should be asking of their elected officials is: What is the value of the Wall Street stock that you own and in what corporations are you invested?
If at all possible, vote for a candidate who owns no Wall Street Stock–and that includes their spouse.