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To sin by silence is to consent to tyranny.
All too often we hear politicians who claim to be champions of the working class, but always have an excuse as to why they don’t help more. Consider who their donors are. Consider their behavior and if it is congruent with someone who wants to help us, the working class, the people who actually drive this economy?
Lets put this into the perspective of a child instead of a country. If I don’t love my child’s behavior then I should just leave them and let them find other parents. Sounds pretty flagrantly stupid huh? That’s what it sounds to me anytime someone tells me or someone I know to just leave if they “don’t love this country”.
We are made to believe, according to the teachings of the generations before us and those who control the levers of power, that our system is engraved in solid stone and that there is nothing we can do to change it. Those who hold the power work endlessly to ensure their own futures while weakening the foundations upon which this country was founded
These miraculous devices gave humans the freedom to work on other, more interesting things. It’s a first principle of physics; the less energy you spend on something, the more energy you have to spend on something else. This applies to both the smallest and largest of scales.
America can say with great pride that what it does, it usually does very well. When we put our minds to something, we pull out all the stops. Now we can put cold-blooded killing right up there in the Top 10. We kill efficiently. We kill without remorse. We kill without hesitation.
Laws, regulation, and oversight only go so far before they are perverted into a corrupt platform of platitudes and talking points designed to deceive. Convincing those who have the most power into believing they are powerless in order to ensure the wealth and power concentration to those with the most ambition and highest degree of ruthlessness.
One passage in this Act states that a person is to be excluded from admission should they need personal financial help in coming to the U.S.21 This meant that even if migrants were able to get through the arduous visa qualifications, they would still need to show their labor value. Elected officials only wanted immigrants that could support themselves and contribute to society, rather than require the support of the state.