The Bankrupt Welfare State: Coming Turmoil


  1. Cheryl Ewing on December 17, 2018 at 8:07 pm

    Also, people need to stop stealing money in all capacities.

    • Sovereign Filings on December 18, 2018 at 11:08 pm

      Hmmm, yeah simple but true. We believe in equal exchange where everyone walks away happier because of it.

  2. guestimate on December 18, 2018 at 2:56 pm

    There’s plenty of money when we start valuing the valuers, i.e. “the people,” because nothing has any value if there are no people to value it. The deception is that only the rich have value while everyone else is worthless, but still worth enough to steal from. The notion that the rich are producers while the rest are moochers and leaches, is of course, myth, because the rich produce very little by themselves, they require workers. All the rich appear to be any real good at is concentrating credits for themselves.

    • Sovereign Filings on December 18, 2018 at 11:07 pm

      Really good view on this. I see both sides of the argument. Many people are moochers that offer nothing or very little of value and have no control of their own lives. Remember that if you do not have self control then someone else must take the time and energy to control you as otherwise you are completely out of control. We are by far not saying this of most but the welfare system does not help to get rid of this behavior it only enables it to continue by rewarding people for doing nothing. This is also not to say that people can choose at any time to take responsibility for their own lives and break away from the chaos that is bureaucratic control by mob rule. We see many doing so treading a new path every day. Regardless this does not change the fact that those with the most money are reaping the greatest atrocities and destruction there is. There certainly needs to be change and a re-balancing of the system.

  3. guestimate on January 21, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    Welfare has only positive definitions but for spin repugnants (sorry, my bias) try to throw on it. Frankly I believe in a guaranteed income and “leisure as the basis for culture,” with free-energy, anti-gravity, automation, robots and citizen-issued bonds (voluntarily) funding government for all of our collective, agreed upon needs and even desires. Let technology put as many people out of work as possible. The problem is our values don’t keep up with technology, gated communities, Galt gulches, Elysium fields only for those with ‘status,’ the elite, doesn’t work for me. No more private stock issues where stock-holders profit from the labor of employees. (Capitalism is failing the planet.) No coercion, no forced labor. The American public needs to be re-enfranchised, together, as stock-holders, and everyone be their own bank. Thank Roosevelt for getting us moving in that direction. Without a vision the people perish.

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