Our computer, which has been projecting the rise of a civil war within the Republican Party, has a lot of emails coming in right now on this subject. Rep. Kevin McCarthy’s startling decision to pull out of the race for speaker of the House of Representatives has illustrated quite openly how the Republican Party is becoming bitterly divided between hardcore conservatives and Country-Club Establishment. This is reflected also in the rise of Donald Trump who has even been leading the polls in Florida beating Bush in his home ground no less Rubio and Hillary. Trump is the anti-politician and this highlights the rising tension in politics.
“And the little screaming fact that sounds through all history: repression works only to strengthen and knit the repressed.” – John Steinbeck, The Grapes of Wrath
Everyone has seen the pictures of the unemployed waiting in soup lines during the Great Depression. When you try to tell a propaganda believing, willfully ignorant, mainstream media watching, math challenged consumer we are in the midst of a Greater Depression, they act as if you’ve lost your mind. They will immediately bluster about the 5.1% unemployment rate, record corporate profits, and stock market near all-time highs. The cognitive dissonance of these people is only exceeded by their inability to understand basic mathematical concepts.
The reason you don’t see huge lines of people waiting in soup lines during this Greater Depression is because the government has figured out how to disguise suffering through modern technology. During the height of the Great Depression in 1933, there were 12.8 million Americans unemployed. These were the men pictured in the soup lines. Today, there are 46 million Americans in an electronic soup kitchen line, as their food is distributed through EBT cards (with that angel of mercy JP Morgan reaping billions in profits by processing the transactions).