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How much would the Cost of Living Fall if we moved off a system predicated on Debt and to one predicated on Savings?
For example, a House in 1940 went for \$2,938. Minimum wage was 40 cents an hour. Federal Taxes were 4% up to the average per capita income versus 11% today.
This meant it took 7,651 hours to pay off a house if you saved every penny earned after taxes or 3.82 years of labor.
Fast forward to today, minimum wage is \$7.25 an hour or \$6.45 after Federal taxes (not including State and Social Security). The median home value in America is
\$334,000. This means it would take you 51,762.88 hours or 25.88 years earning minimum wage (saving every penny after taxes) to pay off a median valued home. This is almost 7x (6.765 to be exact) as much.
We are earning 1/7th what we were in 1940 when you look at what you can
We deserve \$47 trillion, not \$1,400.

Here's why the next stimulus must consist of \$7 Trillion in direct financial relief, not including a cancellation of all student debt and medical debt in a #DebtJubilee.

By now you've probably seen this chart on productivity and compensation, creating a wedge like decoupling in the 1960s.

If we fill in the wedge, how many dollars are represented?
According to RAND (not exactly a lefty institution), the dollars represented by that wedge is ~\$47 trillion.

Every year we tack on ~\$2.5 trillion.

Make no mistake: this money is being STOLEN from you.

You're not a charity case; you deserve reparations.
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100% remote or bust.
We're right on track to \$DJIA 60,000 and stealthy hyperinflation for the Bottom 33%...
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