June 12, 2010
|The ultimate result of an economic situation created by the state.|
New York Gov. David Paterson is warning that if he is forced to shut down government next week chaos and anarchy will rule in the state.
“No one knows the full ramifications of a government shutdown,” said Paterson. “It would create unimaginable chaos around the state and the greater metropolitan areas,” reports WCBS TV.
The legislature in the Empire State has failed to pass a budget and this will result in doomsday, according to Paterson.
“Such chaos includes closing all state parks, motor vehicles offices, courts, and even the lottery. Public assistance payments would not be made and unemployment payments might also be held up,” reports Marcia Kramer for WCBS.
No state registration (and fees) of motor vehicles! No courts to convict people for violating myriad laws imposed by the state and throwing the victims into the prison-industrial complex! No state lottery to fleece the plebs! No bureaucrats collecting fees at state parks and ticketing people for littering or double parking! Chaos, indeed — for the parasite state. A time out for just about all other New Yorkers.
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
Except the dependent class of welfare “recipients” receiving “public assistance” (receiving stolen goods) and millions reduced to going on the dole thanks to the bankster manipulated economy that creates and destroys jobs.
Naturally if cut off from the “insurance” teat many of these folks will go into the street and break and burn things. Can you blame them? Slaves often rebel.
Paterson has called New York politicos who will not go along with his budget plan thugs. Republicans want more cuts than those offered by the gov. Paterson’s piecemeal cuts include delaying “welfare grant” (stolen goods) increases, denying welfare to folks who do not meet employment requirements (as if there are any jobs to be had in New York or anywhere else), and reducing what bureaucrats call a “personal needs allowance” for drug addicts (the CIA ships in the drugs and the tax payers are forced at gunpoint to fund expensive programs to get them off the drugs — an endless cycle).
New Yorkers need not worry though — for now. It looks like Paterson and the lawmakers will come up with a deal by Monday and the budget problems of the state will limp along until something finally breaks and the whole house of cards comes tumbling down.
Only martial law will stop the anarchy and chaos after that happens.