With their communities open to invasion by Third-World thugs, their jobs outsourced overseas, and savings depleted by unnecessary, immoral foreign wars financed by deficits, the Middle Class is paying the price for the Federal government’s incompetence and criminality, and knows it:
Meanwhile, Americans aren’t feeling flush. Home values have plummeted more than 14% in the past year, according to the S&P Case/Shiller Home Price Index, which tracks 20 of the largest markets. That’s the sharpest rate in two decades. And wages are basically stagnant, rising only 0.6% between the first quarter of 2000 and the same period this year on an inflation-adjusted basis. …
Weighing even more heavily on consumers is uncertainty about where the economy is headed, said Ken Goldstein, economist with The Conference Board. It’s unusual to have such slow growth for so many months and Americans don’t know how to respond.
“What’s really pushing consumers into a funk is the fear of what’s coming next,” Goldstein said. “You can’t be sure you know exactly where we are or where we’re going. Consumers are afraid that the light at the end of the tunnel is an oncoming train.”
Why is this happening now? Why does the Middle Class feel abandoned?
The answer is simple: they’re right. Abandoning the Middle Class is official Federal policy.
It’s racist, we’re told, to protect jobs for native-born Americans. It’s somehow wrong for us to defend our interests, but it’s the ultimate virtue to allow the Third World to establish colonies among us or to take our jobs. However, instead of an act of charity, encouraging these outposts actually provides the globalist elite with a permanent supply of exploitable labor.
At the same time our handlers scold us for objecting to the Latinization of our cities, they lecture us that welcoming any and all immigrants is “patriotic.” But real patriotism is not obedience to the central government and its policies. Real patriotism is love of one’s own people and their culture, their institutions. Tragically, it’s real patriotism that has been condemned as “racist.” By outlawing concern and protection of one’s own people, DC has made every individual both prey and predator. Other people are simply objects, things to avoid when necessary or exploit when possible.
Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam realized this after a study of the harmful effects of mass immigration on community trust:
Putnamâ€™s study reveals that immigration and diversity not only reduce social capital between ethnic groups, but also within the groups themselves. Trust, even for members of oneâ€™s own race, is lower, altruism and community cooperation rarer, friendships fewer. The problem isnâ€™t ethnic conflict or troubled racial relations, but withdrawal and isolation. Putnam writes: â€œIn colloquial language, people living in ethnically diverse settings appear to â€˜hunker downâ€™â€”that is, to pull in like a turtle.â€
These mortal wounds to our social well-being aren’t unintentional consequences of an otherwise noble policy; they’re the deliberate harm done to us by a predatory and greedy ruling class. By assaulting natural bonds and relations, the globalists make organic social interaction impossible. It’s our links to our past, our heritage, our ties to our compatriots they’ve targeted, and the purpose is simple: to leave us isolated and defenseless and easily controlled.
But daily rumblings grow louder. Protests against illegal immigration, NAFTA, and government spying have stirred many to action. And the ruling political parties are straining to keep us under control. The sound you here is that of a corrupt system groaning under pressure.