Nov 5, 2011

"We are the 1%"

The impoverished underclass has dragged down our country long enough. Not only do they lack the ability the wherewithal to further enrich the most powerful and prosperous members of our society, but they also have the audacity to inquire about sharing portions of that power with the common man.

Anybody who has failed to earn a decent, proper living in our nation is a complete failure, and any argument or supposed "evidence" to the contrary is to be ignored without even a hint of a dignified response. And those who insist on making said argument serves absolutely zero purpose to the overall future of our society. Put succinctly, they do not matter.
The men and women who are involved in the ongoing protests emphasize this point perfectly. They are the prime example of the infantile, ungrateful, delusional, and utterly radicalized populace that we so violently abhor. Their main objective is simple: they wish to undermine, then eventually overthrow, our very nation through their warped, destructive, and frankly Un-American agenda. They are the very face of what we have to suppress and decimate as a society at large.

The proverbial man on the street has become far too emboldened in the present age, and perhaps the greatest side effect of all this is that they have slowly but surely staked their claim to the power structure of this nation -- almost exclusively at the expense of what they refer to as "The Elite." They have been strengthened to such an extent that they genuinely believe that the fate of future is up to them, and them only. Let me be clear: we are treading extremely treacherous grounds in conceding even further ground to the common folk.

Indeed, this is a situation we must address immediately and emphatically before it turns into an irreversible trend, and ultimately, an irretrievable mess.

It is imperative that we set about taking the power back from the impoverished underclass. It is all the more imperative that we complete the transfer of all forms of power, whether financial or governmental, to the very top tier of our society; namely, we must see to it that the gap between those who belong in the so-called Elite, and those who do not, increases steadily and consistently. This may very well mean doing away with the middle class who helps support the current power structure, but it is a small price to pay for keeping the status quo intact.

The main message that must be conveyed is this: What is good for the Elite is good for the rest of us; and anybody who questions this concept must be summarily dismissed. If this is a class warfare that these protestors want, then it is a class warfare that they will get -- and we will do everything within our means to ensure that our sworn enemies are exterminated.

We are the 1%, and we will not be moved.