$900 billion divided among us would be $2700 per person. For a family of 5, that’d be $13,500.

Were that the aim of a stimulus, I’d be for it, though it still would come it at around $340 per week over the course of the shutdown.

Remove those who never missed a paycheck and...
...perhaps that gets bumped to $3000 per person —including those who took pay cuts.

$15000 for a family of five would mitigate the effects of the shutdowns, and many families sure could use it.

Think of it as a form of compensation for a temporary eminent domain settlement...
But of course, that’s not the plan. Instead, the plan is to give Americans the equivalent of under $15 per week for 10 months, while giving Congress $700 million to dole out to big business, climate grifters, and an education establishment that has held our kids hostage.

...is a slap in our faces. It is theft on a grand scale by our ruling elite. It is outrageous, and should be met with riots, revolts, walkouts, and civil disobedience.

But it won’t be.

That $600 will be wiped out instantly through tax hikes, and will put the transaction...
...into the red.

The American people don’t have to accept this. But they will. Because scraps are better than nothing — and our ruling elite count on such a reaction; they know Marxist history.

We’ve now acceded to their forced cultural reorganization, their open willingness..
...to create a heavily top-down dependence economy, and their brazenness in either seizing power through fraud, or the acceptance of that seizure by those who claim to represent us.

We are no longer a free people. Just as we are no longer a nation of equal protections under...
...the law. We do not have a government of, by, and for the people. Instead, we have a permanent ruling class that launders our subjugation through an unaccountable administrative state.

Our government institutions are unified against us; this — a veritable uniparty — is the...
...”swamp” Trump tried to expose and break.

— which is why stopping him has been the sole goal of government functionaries for 5 years.

Big tech, big business, bureaucratic insiders, and the legacy media have all been enlisted to defend a status quo globalism that...
...their wealth and power at the expense of American small business and the working class, who will see the narrowing of the wealth gap under Trump re-widen, as both establishment parties quietly push for increased immigration to get cheaper labor — skilled and unskilled — for...
...their bank rollers.

Government reps and bureaucrats get richer: we get poorer. And China is ultimately able to purchase its way to hyper power status, relying on the greed and lust for power of our upper class, our pols, and our big tech-big media cabal.

We will sit...
...back and allow this to happen — even as our children are being trained by educational propagandists to nurture the seeds of their own reduction into class and identity groups, each of whom will battle the other for crumbs and some political dispensation.

It is a cultural...
...coup. And we’ve allowed them to complete it without a single shot fired.

Shame on them — but mostly? Shame on *us*.

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