There are more families than ever in recent history worried they will lose their cars, not be able to afford food and end up homeless in America. On Saturday evening unemployment checks ended for more than a million people across the United States, reported Money News on Dec. 28, 2013. More Americans than ever in recent years are now considering selling their cars, and moving into smaller places or into rooms in families homes, if not out into the streets.
The situation has been so catastrophic there have been college graduates and even out of work legally licensed doctors and barred lawyers begging for minimum wage jobs to help feed their kids. The five-year program which extended benefits for the long-term jobless that affected 1.3 million people has ended. Under that program the federal government provided an average monthly stipend of $1,166. The program, which had an annual price tag of $26 billion, has been dropped by a U.S. government which is itself in financial distress.
There are some people cutting back to eating two meals a day because of the tragic financial situation. There are also more and more people living in fear of ending up out on the streets because of this disaster, reports The Washington Post. It is therefore beginning to appear many of the nation's lawmakers, employers who are giving employees far too rough of a time, and many of the wealthiest people in the country are psychotically removed from the realities of what this all means. It is often not even possible to get kids a clean glass of water quickly enough to save their lives when families are made homeless.
For those who survive the initial episodes of starvation and possibly freezing to death in the streets of America, there is hysteria and rapes, knifings and shootings to follow as human beings are forced to live like wild animals. Where does everybody suppose this is all going to end with more Americans being unjustly pushed out of work and into poverty and homelessness daily?
One answer by the feds, states, psychiatrists and courts has been to feed more and more of the lives of the hurting poor to the nation's corrupt and brutal genocidal psychiatric system, which is only increasing the pain and suffering for millions of people. It appears rational minds will now begin to understand how the mass riots evolved in the streets of the Arab world and Thailand, and that these are scenes which are likely to occur across the United States if the government and big business in America do not get their act together fast and put America back to work.
The bottom line is the great American experiment in dealing with democracy and freedom is failing at this moment, as such experiments have failed in other nations. Those with money and power who insist that at least there is freedom in America are delusional, because nobody is free to do anything much at all aside from suffer and die without financial independence. If things continue in this direction, as they have for far too long, than it appears anything may be possible across what is now called the United States.