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What is so outrageous is that the wealth is all in the hands of so few---as if they actually worked for what they have and paid the sort of tax that they can easily afford! Not only do they have the money, but the power as well to infiltrate their social engineering via their connections with those in position to make changes. Mad things go on like massive immigration to this country which takes up a lot of affordable housing and puts the indigenous people out of work, because they cannot not afford to pay the rent in the private sector out of their earnings.
If we are trying to keep the population numbers down by not having big families, what are we doing letting in people who are predisposed to have big families? Social engineering is one thing but what is emerging is a population crisis that must end in mass deaths or a redistribution of wealth together with a culture that promotes fewer births. If children were born to younger parents we would soon go back to four generation families, where the grandparent generation is still working and is fit enough to take an interest in the new generation: but able enough to keep an eye on their own parents. Eventually the population would settle into a manageable number of people across the generations. Given that the death rate accumulates with age the oldest generation would be sparse compared with active but retired or semi retired grandparents.
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