This is what I THINK happens to the economy.
All those people that we consider as rich don't liquid assets. They have ownership in corporations.
I say that to say this:
What happens when the house of cards tumbles?
Let's look at this economy we've been building:
WE PAY THE SAME PRICES!
This is "free market" capitalism. But the market is never really free because individuals can't compete against behemoth corporations.
This crisis accelerates the growth of those behemoths. Most businesses—if they're lucky—have three months of capital to spare. With no foot traffic, no walk-in customers, those businesses can't survive.
How does the corner convenience store survive when there aren't commuters to buy coffee and gas? How about the paper goods company that supplies the coffee cups?
It's not just the mall closing (And they will close). But What about the people who sold t-shirts at the kiosks? What about the security guards? It's not just the airlines, it's the Cinnabon and their suppliers.
More people out of work.
From the survivors
Because of the survivalist, top-down economy we've been building, this recession HELPS the wealthy and large corporations because economic stressors eliminate the smaller, pesky competitors.
What if I told you that we already did it? (Well, only for white people, though.)
If we have any hopes of coming out of this crisis at all, it will mean a total economic reset. We have to unplug the economy and plug it back in
But as long as we're rebuilding, we have a choice to make.
Either we keep building this house of cards that favors the wealthy or we do what we did in the 1930s and what Europe did after WWII
In Europe, after WWII the UK, Italy and other countries socialized their healthcare.
Well, the lie you've been told is that it costs too much
If we're gonna struggle anyway, we can actually build a representative economy where whites don't have a 200-year-head start.
The tax act that caused that prosperity was the Tax Act of 1935. It was known as the "Soak the Rich" Tax Act, which is weird because it is a much longer name.
We have to hit the reset button ANYWAY. Why not build an economy that ACTUALLY has social security? Because those shit-eaters are gonna be out of a job too.
There is a GREAT example of how this economy uplifts people.
Now there's an interesting thing about Levittown.
But Levittown went further and put it into the deeds
Anyway, that couple had a kid and raised him in Levittown. They were just a regular hardworking couple but because they had access to cheap, low-interest homes
Now, today, that couple's kid would SWEAR that he worked his ass off to get where he did and he didn't need no government help.
That guy is a goddamned liar.
How do I know so much about this guy and what he thinks?
Well, he is one of the main detractors of big government.