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The Rich Get Historic Return On Investment in the Stupidity of the American Electorate
These are dark times for the struggling working people of America. Not only has the 30-year Republican Reaganomics class war given us the widest gap between the rich and poor in a century, but has also turned America into the LEAST upwardly mobile of all industrialized nations as Republican propaganda outlets have many fellow citizens convinced that they aren’t “free” unless transnational corporations can ride them to the bank unfettered by “big government.”
It’s amazing. The American People are either so exhausted from either working their 3 “uniquely American” jobs to notice, or too bogged down by their own Fox “News” activated filters of racism, homophobia, misogyny, religious fanaticism and/or fear to realize they are being played by the billionaires who are mercilessly riding their weary asses to the bank.
It’s pretty distressing when you think about the fact that the rest of the civilized world shakes their heads in disbelief when they ponder the many layers of American stupidly – and how it mixes curiously with incredible awesomeness.
George Monbiot wrote in The Guardian, UK, “The US has the world's best universities and attracts the world's finest minds. It dominates discoveries in science and medicine. Its wealth and power depend on the application of knowledge. Yet, uniquely among the developed nations (with the possible exception of Australia), learning is a grave political disadvantage.”
The assault on intellectualism, an integral ingredient in economically unbalanced, Corporatist societies, is a prime characteristic for Teabag candidates and followers - lest their intellectual curiosity force them to connect the dots and reveal the actual culprit for their demise – the well-heeled funders of their anti-government “grassroots” movements.
With all the corporate media coverage of this midterm election, the tragedy is not a SINGLE mainstream network media outlet, save MSNBC, fulfilled their duties as the guardians of liberty to report the truth about the unprecedented amount of money ($300 million dollars – $123 Million from anonymous donors) the US Chamber of Commerce and its big business associates rained down into the Midterms to fund hit pieces aimed at knocking off Democrats around the country.
Of course, the stupid-enough-to-vote-Republican Teabaggers, funded by billionaire Oligarchs like the trust-fund-endowed Koch brothers and Karl Rove’s American Crossroads PAC, are the useful idiots in this class war against the working people.
The Teabagging candidates themselves were notorious this season for being backward, racist, incurious thugs – traits that would have them disqualified in elections gone by. But with the power of big-money-funded propaganda, the candidates could be as outrageous as their moral-bankruptcy would take them – and transnational corporate America will simply invest in the propaganda meant to sway the useful “average Joe” idiots to equate any attempt to regulate corporate power as an assault from Hitler.
Rest assured, now that they have been successful in the charade against democracy, the Republicans WILL make life miserable for the average Americans who voted for them like a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders.
The Freshman crop of Teabag Repugs are a strange circus of global warming deniers, armchair cafeteria-style Constitutional scholars who know nothing aboutt everything they spout so self-assuredly - especially economics and tax policy.
For instance, Think Progress reported, asked if untaxed corporations like Exxon are taxed too much, tea party leaders say “yes”despite the fact that Exxon paid ZERO in taxes last year and, in fact, received a refund from you and me. Coming from a member of “populist movement” funded by billionaires that takes it’s name from the acronym “Taxed Enough Already”, one would expect them to be sharp on their lynch pin issue, but these morons don’t even have the decency to be embarrassed about their hopeless lack of facts. Instead they look at the truth suspiciously as plot staged against them by the liberal smarty-pants elite.
So, as Barack Obama pines for bipartisanship like a battered spouse pining for an abuser, the Republican propaganda will continue to convince the rank-and-file Teatards that neo-Feudalism is “freedom” - a long as they don't question our Sovereign Lords or pester them with Communist-type demands of "a living wage", "retirement benefits", "safety regulations", etc.
Our "betters" are already have the “average Joe” Teabaggers convinced that they are so overwhelmed with having the responsibility of trickling down all that wealth on us, that they couldn’t stand to pay the burden of their fair share of taxes.
So Obama gives a press conference looking like a man about to jump off a bride, still talking about finding “common ground” with the people promising to destroy him – and by extension – US.
Republicans are blocking everything as a strategy to make the lives
History of Bristol & West Building Society
In the mid 19th century the thriving inland port of Bristol was beginning to lose its place as the Second City in the kingdom to the Northern industrial cities, as they grew from clusters of villages, and to the more easily accessible port of Liverpool.
Bristol’s population 140,000 was served by two MPs, a lord mayor, two sheriffs and were housed in 18,000 dwelling houses. The unfortunate homeless poor were kept in four uncomfortable workhouses whose regime was so discouraging that only the desperate sought parish relief. On the benefit side Income Tax was 7d (3p) in the pound and a ton of best Welsh coal cost 11/6d (58p) when untaxed farm workers and soldiers earned 7s a week.
In order to finance home purchases by working people the local Friendly Societies, formed in the late 18th Century to provide sickness and funeral benefits, initiated the funding of self help building projects. Many of these early societies limited their scope to helping a small group to pay for costs of materials until every member was housed, after which the society was wound up and any surplus funds were shared out among the new house-owners.
In the Bristol Mercury of 22nd June 1850 the newly formed Bristol, West of England and South Wales Permanent Benefit Building Society advertised ?100 shares and ?50 half shares. These seemingly affordable shares were available to clerks and skilled artisans from 4s 3d (21p) a week upwards.
By using the joint strength of their local building society the sober and thrifty members of the lower middle classes, earning less than 15s (75p) a week, were able to aspire to comfortable homes costing around ?100. Live-in shop assistants were commonplace in the Edwardian era and were often required to work long hours six days a week.
The management of the society was guided by reputable Bristolians of the calibre of the Quaker Fry family, the Caves, Dangers, Cartwrights, Tribes and Whitwills. John Lucas, the first secretary, served for 30 years while secretary C. J. Lowe and director Sir Frank Wills, the tobacco magnate, were equally prominent as Lord Mayors. The Bristol & West, like other building societies, had grown in stature, wealth and power by the time of the 1874 Building Societies Act.
Twenty years later the vexing question of charging Income Tax on member’s interest earnings was resolved by making such income exempt from tax. In the last decade of Queen Victoria’s reign the society lent ?50,000 pa, paid out bonuses which averaged ?1,500 pa, and held assets of over ?300,000.
A year after the end of the Great War the society held reserves of nearly ?64,000 and it advanced loans of ?189,830, three times the number of mortgages granted in 1900. The housing market was booming as wartime marriages had increased the post war demand to an estimated 350,000 houses. By the year 1927 the society had assets worth ?1 million at a time when even the most spacious suburban and country homes rarely topped ?5,000 in value.
The name was shortened by cutting the words South Wales Permanent. More than ?400,000 had been lent on the English side of the Bristol Channel and the society was doing well. Under the direction of Hubert Bonning it became one of the leading — societies in the West Country.
The national building society movement was regarded as a major factor in enabling ordinary people to own their own homes as shown by inter-war figures for Bristol.
Of the 36,000 homes built in Bristol 20,000 were privately owned, the rest being on the new council estates. The greatest concentration of new housing was in the vicinity of the huge aircraft works at Filton and around the heavily industrialised Avonmouth Docks. Mortgage holders not only buy or build new houses they also buy vast numbers of second hand houses.
Many home owners who prefer the size, locations and character of older houses have found that the Bristol & West did not follow other societies in restricting loans to housing stock built within living memory. Indeed there are many older houses of charm and interest which have been purchased by more than one borrowing member of the society.
By the outbreak of World War II the expanding society, then worth ?4 million including reserves of almost a quarter million pounds, had moved into St Stephen’s House. This, although badly scarred by the air raids which devastated much of the town centre, survived the war years in which investments outpaced loans. The enormous post war housing shortage, caused partly by enemy action whose victims required new homes and partly by young couples no longer content to start their marriages as paying guests in their in-law’s home, was exacerbated by the continued rationing of building materials, petrol and transport.
Once these hampering restrictions were lifted the money invested during the war by optimistic members was put to good use as shown by the 1945 loans figure of half a million rising by 1950 to ?1,333,000 out of total assets of ?5 million.
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