Stealing money from producers is the final solution to “economic inequality”
December 30, 2013
In a video produced by the Soros operation MoveOn.org, former Clintonista and “political economist” Robert Reich urges the Democrat horde to throw the tea party Republicans out of Congress next year and start anew the redistribution process.
Stealing money from producers is the final solution to “economic inequality,” Reich argues in this bizarre video featuring the former Labor Department bureaucrat on air guitar lip-syncing lines from Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
He predicts government will force business to raise the minimum wage after Democrats pull off their rigged ballot box putsch. This will, of course, although socialists never mention it, whittle down the labor market even more than it is already. It will result in a new wave of unemployment, more people at the mercy of government, and, naturally, more Democrat voters to ensure a political monopoly in Washington.
Establishment Republicans will act like they’re aghast. It’s all part of the political merry-go-round, though. They’ll get their chance next time around if they can convince the public to buy their neocon snake oil.
Reich also says “amnesty” figures into the scheme. “Immigration reform” will add a sizable chunk to the Democrat base and provide the consensus required to finish off the “rich,” that is to say the producers, the small and medium business class and entrepreneurs who create most of the jobs in America but have next to no political power.
The mega-wealthy, the global elite, the Soros, the Rockefellers, Bill Gates, the bankster financial class, the Rothschilds and the Warburgs, the real one percent that hire Yale and Rhodes trained “political economists,” they will not be touched during coming fleece. They never are.
As we have noted endlessly, socialism is not about the downtrodden poor or a disappearing middle class. It’s a consolidation game and a control mechanism designed by the ruling elite.
Robert Reich and his Fender Stratocaster are doing their part.