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Classless Act

October 23, 2016

Middle Class Caste Catastrophe

It is unfortunate for politicians to pander to the middle class. Wouldn’t everyone in their district including the wealthy and the poor be able to benefit from some legislation?

What a blatant hierarchical position to even present to a constituent.

“Yes, once we take as much as we can for ourselves,  in back room deals and privileged parlors, we will seek out ways to keep you occupied so you don’t revolt.”

Knowing full well, we are all on this spaceship planet together and collectively could put our energies together in manifesting peace and feeding everyone.

Instead of this illusionary caste system that perpetuates discord between the haves and the have nots, simply because it is easier in the short and long term.

Bound up by the ceaseless distractions of sports, tv, laws, wars, sexuality, income, race, religions, taxes, jobs, education, etc..

What a crappie characterization cast upon keenly clever constituents craftily condemning the collective into a caste corral.

A mindless manipulation of malleable mammals meant to minimize magnificence and move more towards malevolence and money.

Placating a palpable percentage of the populace to perceive their place as a perfectly plausible position that is propagated by their penchant of the powerful, pandering to pleasing people promulgated by politicians.


The upper class keeps all of the money, pays none of the taxes.

The middle class pays all of the taxes, does all of the work.

The poor are there… just to scare the shit out of the middle class.

Keep ‘em showing up at those jobs.

George Carlin

From → dark, humor, Quotes, random

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