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How can the majority of people in America be so ignorant to believe the lies that there is an economic recovery and that there has been an economic recovery happening for years? Almost every day there is more news stories about more companies laying-off good jobs (and even some companies laying-off many minimum wage workers)? Most good paying jobs disappear for good (many are moved abroad to cheap labor economies), get replaced with technology (especially minimum wage workers), or companies have fewer workers trying to do what should be done by a larger workforce. Many corporations also contract out to prisons to have prisoners make things for cheaper than they pay even the lowest paid workers abroad (so the US does have prison work camps).
Today on Yahoo Finance there are at least 10 articles of various companies laying of between 500 to a few thousand workers each. Companies are in different sectors.
Why are the general masses in America so ignorant and believe the lies? It seems that the masses (the sheep) want to be led to the slaughter time and time again.
Since the " World War Forum Drama-Fest Firestorm" started I'll respond to this post which I was ignoring.
This isn't a rehash. This is talking about current events. I guess you don't read the news or care about current events. I guess it's to be expected of you. Nothing of value or substance is in your post.
This thread should be a discussion topic, but like always you go and ruin it. Just like one dozen other threads over the past year by "The" or you or someone else. In the past my threads were good discussion topics but now they just get ruined by a comment designed to provoke a drama storm.
Looks like I just created another battlefront in the latest "Forum War."
For anyone that's interested in the recent lay-offs the companies include:
US Layoffs surge to a total of 58,877 for September