Wednesday, October 19, 2011

How Many Billionaires do You Know?

How Rich Are the Superrich?

A huge share of the nation's economic growth over the past 30 years has gone to the top one-hundredth of one percent, who now make an average of $27 million per household. The average income for the bottom 90 percent of us? $31,244
Note: The 2007 data (the most current) doesn't reflect the impact of the housing market crash. In 2007, the bottom 60% of Americans had 65% of their net worth tied up in their homes. The top 1%, in contrast, had just 10%. The housing crisis has no doubt further swelled the share of total net worth held by the superrich.
This reverse 'Robin Hood' thieving has been going on for longer than 30 years, but it got its big jump start during the Reagen presidency years.
Remember the old BS about that if we reduced taxes on the rich and super rich, that money would 'trickle down' and create jobs?

How's your job outlook these days... or do you still have a job?

This 'tinkle-down' effect went into high gear during the Bush-Cheney Junta and Obama is also part of this gang of pirates.

If you would add in the Fortune 500 corporations, many of whom pay NO US taxes, this chart would be even more obscene and who owns those Wall Street gangster outfits?

Not you or I, that's for sure.

But the biggest heist was hidden behind the FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB of 9/11, when the Zionist MSM filled the media with non-stop tales of non-existent Muslim boogiemen, who wanted to slit our throats because they hated our freedoms, at the same time, our pockets were being picked; our bank accounts cleaned out and our homes stolen by Zionist owned, Jewish run Wall Street banks and their 'Kosher Kommandos' at the Federal Reserve.

What a great way to distract the robbery victims.


  1. Truly obscene. No, I actually don't have a job, or a house, or a car ... and I don't know any billionaires. But when I lived in San Francisco I actually lived within sight of ex-speaker Nancy Pelosi's office in the old Federal Building. The irony is that building is located just outside of San Francisco's Tenderloin, where all the poor and homeless people live. So I could look in one direction and see people sleeping on the sidewalk, then turn my head and see the home office of the third in line to be leader of the "free world."

    You have to wonder ... how can these billionaires enjoy their money, knowing a fraction of what they own could feed millions of families around the globe? But then, I guess I'm rich compared to someone who lives in Somalia.

    I just don't see how this can continue. Something's got to give.

  2. I totally agree Jody, it's obscene and I'm not sure that's a harsh enough word to describe the way the 1% live like it's back in the days of France's Louie the 16th while billions each night go to bed, if they have a bed, with empty stomachs.

    I kid my kitty kat, telling him he lives better than half the people in the world, but in reality, it's not a joke, since its true.


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