Has anyone here not been traumatized?
by the global-economic crisis? I sure hope the global-banking
cartel (or illuminati) pay dearly for what they've done to everyone.
Do you realize America has 40 million homeless now?
Culturally, we have grown up during great-times (since
the 1950's) without any major trauma so we don't know how
to deal with it. I really don't know what to say, or think except
that we all have to wait until 2025 for them to be gone for good.
I see great hope on the horizon. Earth is on the verge
of entering a new renaissance. All the money the
Federal Reserve stole - some $500 Trillion - will be
returned to the people. We can end poverty. We
can end environmental-destruction.
Your thoughts? How have you been surviving this debacle?
- FoofaLv 71 month ago
Actually according to HUD there are only 553,000 homeless people in the US. But in most cases this isn't because of high housing costs but rather due to mental illness and addiction. Not sure what magic bullet you think's going to come along in 2025 to make this all go away. What we do know is that as long as the US suffers under the corrupting influence of our "two-party system" we're never going to see any change. Politicians talk a good game but when it really comes down to it they're more about enriching themselves than helping "the people".
- DickLv 71 month ago
In 1987 I was homeless and living in Balboa Park. The result of mergers and a bankruptcy. During the Clinton and Obama administrations, I was able to invest and eventually retire. I have to thank labor unions for standing up for me. I may be one of the last to benefit.
- PearlLv 71 month ago
i dont think so
- 1 month ago
I'm surviving this debacle by enjoying reading drunken rants from idiots like you about "illuminati" and "the Federal Reserve" and, I dunno, Martians who control George Soros's brain with backwards lyrics in Tyler Swift songs.
Go have a couple more beers. You're a joke.
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- 1 month ago
there have been good times and bad....but I do not let them traumatize me
- John DDLv 71 month ago
40 million homeless are the result of US politics. In working democracies (see Europe) there is an infrastructure in place to help these people. You'd also see homelessness - but that often is a matter of choice, not a lack of opportunity.
- LujkLv 41 month ago
by the time this dumb trash matters, ill be dead