Delving for a Gaper’s Hauteur

Stereos on Steroids

Momentous spectrum of possessions and riches. A lavish parade of spoils and collections. To attain the optimal materialistic inanimate objects that individuals crave, fight for, squalor, compete to fondle and own as if you can gain spirituality  from the transition. What am I saying? I am saying we as a society put far too much emphasis on material wealth. When people want a house, they just do not want any house. They want the house they can barely afford. Thus diving into the credit abyss to be enslaved into the master/slave reality that from most people do not realize freedom until they are old and grey. In most cases people become too old to enjoy the spoils. After which it is divided up by greedy in-laws, offspring and siblings.

Sell your Parents Soul To the Highest Bidder

Now most parents for these offspring would say, “my son and/or daughter would never be greedy with my assets.” All one has to do is to see how many of our elderly get chucked into old folk’s homes and institutions because their own offspring cannot be bothered to let them live out their golden years in peace and dignity in the properties that they struggled all their life to  pay for. I have seen it generation after generation. And the whole point of the endeavor is to seize their assets so the can liquidate and take the spoils of their parent’s labor. Just attempt to argue with one of these offsprings that are in the process of alienating their own mother or father or both. They will have justifications hidden up their sleeves that will bewilder your psyche. In most cases it is just plain ruthlessness and greed.

Whips and Chains Toil in Vain

But the elderly are not the only people that are being pushed into oblivion from this rapacious behavior. It is a general master/slave routine. Slave masters are everywhere. They are in every job or career that you may have the misfortune of doing as a vocation. When you work for these establishments the management is so top heavy that it is a wonder that any of these businesses actually make any money. But they do make money mainly because, well, look at your paycheck. I mean, really look at your paycheck, instead of letting them direct deposit your money while running to the bar everyday after work spending money that you really do not have on alcohol and/or drugs with friends you really do not have. Anyone that has lost a job and went bankrupt quickly see how many  friends they truly possess. That number is usually non-existent. The only friends you will see are the friends that want to purchase your possessions for a bargain basement prices.

Bargain Jobs for Bargain Wages

I get a feeling of dread when I get a job now. Because I know almost automatically that the job will not be what they advertise the job to be. Private employers are usually barebone operations that break every safety code and rule in existence. That is mainly because they get taxed to death by our trusty governments in order to make sure that the business does not prosper all that much. Which in turn makes sure that the everyday average Joe or Jane that may work for this company does not prosper either. Corporations on the other hand fit into the “top heavy” category which translates into 4 to 5 people controlling one person that actually does any meaningful or productive work. Middle Management, in corporations ensure that the top controlling executives of the company, subsidiary, or branch will not interrupted during their salon appointments or golf games. Almost like, Royalty? Exactly like royalty.

Working Hardly at Screwing the Pooch

What on earth makes people in upper management so much better then everyone else? Absolutely nothing as far as I am concerned. But upper management and CEO’s would argue that point by saying they work 10 times as hard. Blasphemy! Does the term “Hardly Working” ring a bell? It should, because if it does not then that would mean you are extremely brainwashed. Then you may ask this question; If this is true, then why don’t I just retaliate and confront this unfairness? Because we are conditioned to believe that we are being treated fairly and dare not complain. People are starving in Africa and dying from viruses like Ebola.  However, if you look at these things logically and for what they are, then you would see that it is just another way that these over educated, greedy, ruthless, and self centered people (1 percenters) attempt to keep the masses scared  of that reality being a possibility where ever you may live. That way, they can justify keeping their wealth and not helping these starving, diseased people while they keep you spinning in circles afraid to question and demonstrate dissatisfaction.

Gimme Some of That

It is monarchy all over again. As far as I am concerned, the 1 percenters have achieved exactly that in the last 26 years. They have successfully made the job market an employers market, enabling the employer to dictate the terms of employment no matter how ridiculous and unsafe. They have approximately 100 people chasing the same carrot (100 people attempting to get one solitary job). Unemployment is high however the unemployment statistics for any country are not an accurate measure of worker prosperity or even how many people are actually working. The afflicters are happy how it looks because it does not make the employers, politicians or the 1 percenters look bad. However, anyone looking for a job at the moment knows the difference. The person working in McDonalds knows the difference. What is this difference? What it means to prosper compared to what means to plunder. However, there just enough slave masters to keep the unruly in line ordering the slime pie that the 1 percenters brew up on a moment to moment basis. The blood and guts stew is brewing just for you and all you have to do is grab your bowl, and hold it out showing your mealy mouthed look of pathetic-ness and they will serve up a ladle full just for you!

“Tex” oNid ittEnEbEd (sHow nO mErcY)

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