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  • Akallabeth (2234 posts)
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    Deindustrialization driving dismantlement of safety nets globally

    The reason governments around the world are shedding social safety nets is unfortunately, the declining power everyday people have due to automation and deindustrialization.

    People should devote some of their increased spare time to engaging with others in their communities to try to figure out alternatives that work for everybody. And not buy in to the attempts to divide everybody.

    Otherwise the economy will implode due to large amounts of various kinds of suffering, really disgraceful in a developed country.

    We’ll see vast increases in despair, destruction of families, untreated illness and collapse of communities – that will also mean declines in all but essential spending.

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  • leveymg (1499 posts)
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    1. Concentration of wealth is driving the elimination of social services

    Don’t believe this cover story being spread by Obama, among others.

  • FanBoy (5737 posts)
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    2. bullshit, sorry