Oh, yes.But it is an artificial war, propagated by
most of the western world’s craven political class.How do they do this?By pretending that the “working class” is
actually “middle class”.For instance,
how many times have you heard any Canadian politician, of any party, when in
speaking of and to Canadians in general, refer to any category as being “working
class”?Never. We are told, or they seem
to say, or infer, that we are all equal here in Canada and we are all “middle
class.” It doesn’t matter if some Canadians are unemployed, underemployed, homeless,
mentally ill without treatment, addicted, handicapped, poverty stricken with children
hungry part or most of the time, gangs killing each other over drug turf,
Canadians living without clean water, it doesn’t matter, we are all still
middle class and equal. The politicians
know that we will vote for whoever makes us feel more like “middle class”
people, that is, not poor.
But factually, the majority of Canadians are
poor in the sense that we have more debt than money.The big divide between working class and
middle class is how long can one survive without a monthly pay check. The
middle class is actually a very small minority and consists mostly of the
owners of large rental holdings, small to medium sized businesses and independent
professionals like doctors and up town lawyers. However, in an economic
downturn even some of these Canadians will suffer. Anybody who is dependent on
economic good times to survive economically is working class no matter what
they are encouraged to call themselves.
One can escape the working class only when one
has surplus money to invest.And the
housing market doesn’t count.We all
know the housing market is like the Canadian dollar, it has a mind of its own.
I believe that if the economic status of the one in four Canadians who reported
feeling uneasy about the current influx of refugees into Canada had been
included in the recent poll showing this, it would have indicated something
different than xenophobia as the cause.
These Canadians are worried. They worry about
unemployment, or jobs for their kids. The ones whose kids manage to get to
university worry about the heavy school debt they will carry after.Some are graduating with degrees that may
prove relatively worthless in today’s tech crazy, increasingly mechanized
economy. And the one in four polled who are the most worried see the rush to
take care of the needs of foreigners as superseding their own needs and lack of
This question is dividing the entire
western world and will increase in intensity as the real winners, the
international banks and militaries who support them, continue to suck up the last
of the people’s savings, buy gold and silver, and build underground bunkers. The
only thing that can stop this, or even slow it down, is if we, the people,
understand that the vast majority of us are working class and we should be
worried, too, about what may lie ahead economically for our children.If we are worried enough, we will act.Yes, of course, welcome the refugees in. But
it’s not a good idea, in my opinion, for them to congregate in cultural separation.
We must help them become Canadianized. Eventually some of them may want to join
the worker’s revolution.