The Israel Deception

Is the return of Israel in the 20th century truly a work of God, or is it a result of a cosmic chess move to deceive the elect by the adversary?

Showing posts with label government bureaucracy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label government bureaucracy. Show all posts

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Despite continuing ‘recovery’ propaganda, 14% of all Americans unable to afford enough food

When economic data is continually spun to protect a political agenda rather than performing the function of showing where actual problems lie, then you will always have contradictions that counter the intended message.  For example, how can a nation like the United States have only a 5.1% unemployment rate when it has been verified that nearly 93 million Americans within the age range of working years are not counted as either employed, or receiving benefits befitting the unemployed?  Or how inflation is denoted as being less than 2%, but the cost of food, rent, education, and healthcare have all skyrocketed by a minimum of 30% over the past five years?
The answers of course lie in the fact that the perception of what is the economy has moved from production and earnings to that of investments and Wall Street, and why the line between the Ivory Tower and the ghetto is like that of a dystopian novel.  For as the 1% are now far richer than at anytime in human history, 14 times that number can’t even afford to eat nutritious food to sustain even the meagerest of lifestyles.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Americas broken down welfare system where millionaires receive unemployment

One of the biggest complaints about any government run system or agency is the sheer size and ineptitude of their bureaucracies.  From paying rents or leases on unhabited buildings, to propping up failed agencies such as the Department of Education or the Postal Service, government waste costs taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollar per year.

So it probably won't come as much of a surprise that a new report on Oct. 2 from the Congressional Reserch Center shows that in 2009, the Federal government actually paid unemployment benefits to over 2370 households that earned over $1 million dollars.

Just because millionaires are people too, and they too can apparently lose their jobs, we now learn courtesy of the Congressional Research Center, that in 2009, 2,362 Americans making over $1,000,000 in income (and just shy of a million people making over $200,000) collected unemployment benefits. - Zerohedge

Through the last decade, government programs have paid welfare to many different people and agencies that did not need it, and fell outside the intended income levels of the program.  But rather than reform these broken programs that cost the taxpayers $billions, more often than not, Congress enlarges these agencies, and puts good money after bad to keep creating the largest welfare state in the history of the world.