Dependency: I Call It A Catch 22…

Dependency in America is in a Catch 22; a dilemma or difficult circumstance from which there is no escape because of mutually conflicting or dependent conditions…

There is a thousand faucets to that Catch 22, but I am going to talk about what I see as the most important part and or the most potential violence part in the future…

Dependency: I Call It A Catch 22…

One huge deference between Russia and America is the dependency reason. Now do not get me wrong and think that Russia does not have any form of welfare! They do and it is important to a few people, these people 99.9% are women who have lost a husband or never married and have children, get some help to feed the children. Rare, but it does happen and is important in the cases that get such help…

Family takes care of family and the government does not interfere in Russia. Then when the family does not do the job, the neighbors take care of the situation and no one, but no one tells and whines on others against them. Cherished is the term for children in Russia and all people try their best to take care of the children…

Therefore, the Russian people do not ever look at the government for help. They do not expect help and they do not want help. They expect to stand on their own two feet and if you have to loan a foot, for someone to stand on those feet, then so be it. They are not dependency orientated and least of all expecting governmental handouts…

Not even a one percent of Russia population has dependency in my eyes. They may need help, but they stand on their feet and fight like hell to prove you wrong. Just look at the babushkas in Russia and you will see the prevailing winds that blow across the country…

Meanwhile In America…

http://www.forbes.com/sites/realspin/2012/08/15/165-million-americans-are-dependents-of-the-state-is-tyranny-next/

New research from Ranking Member of the Senate Budget Committee Jeff Sessions (R-AL) reveals that this reality may already be here, with more than 107 million Americans on some form of means-tested government welfare.

Add to that 46 million seniors collecting Medicare (subtracting out about 10 million on Supplemental Security Income, Medicaid, and other senior-eligible programs already included in Sessions’ means-tested chart) and 22 million government employees at the federal, state, and local level — and suddenly, over 165 million people, a clear majority of the 308 million Americans counted by the U.S. Census Bureau in 2010, are at least partly dependents of the state.

Half the populace and over (50% plus,) are on the take and it is growing daily…

This info above in the block-quote is here because it is western press, western made, western induced and you know it is worse than reported. You believe nothing but your own medicine/media and I am giving it in your dosage. This also is 2010 and 2012 information and it only gets worse as time goes by…

Now that is a time bomb (dependency) waiting for the right catalyst to set it off…

Dependency is a society deficit and will bring any empire to its knees, much less to focus on the moral, financial, and implications of corruption upon a failing, faltering, and degrading “Empire of Exceptionalism…” (~Sarc~)

I will suggest America; we need to fix the broken wheels and gears inside our country, before we go and break all the rest of the world, out of spite. That should keep us busy for about a hundred years or so, for we are one broke, broken, and psychotic country that needs much work done…

Posted by Kyle Keeton
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