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The Difference Between Employment and Slavery is…

Unless you have your own business, you most likely have a job.

And if you have a job, you most likely have a boss, supervisor, manager, owner, or all the above you report to.

There’s nothing wrong with that.  In fact, if you work for a small local company, you make up the backbone of American business.

Most people are under the wrong impression that the major corporations employ the majority of workers in America.

Not true.

However, the hierarchy in corporate conglomerates is closer to modern day slavery than it is for small companies.

Hear me out before you start calling me a racist.

Government estimates say that 78% of working Americans live paycheck to paycheck.

Seventy-Eight Percent!

Let that sink in for a moment.

For well over the last three generations we’ve been conditioned to the following mantra:  School for 12 years…college for four years…work and pay taxes till you die.

Does that sound like slavery to you?

The difference is for thousands of years prior, slaves had living quarters and meals provided (albeit they weren’t the best conditions).

If you don’t have a job, the other option is being dependent on government welfare.

Are you seeing a pattern here?

Since President Lyndon Johnson introduced his Great Society program and declared War on Poverty, we’ve seen a noticeable increase in poverty.

It’s because his method was to give money to the poor, thinking it would solve everything.  Instead it created lazy people who became dependent on the government…a sinister form of slavery.

Because of this dependence (that we created and allowed) we’re looking at enormous tax increases.

This accomplishes several things:

  1. Less disposable income
  2. Resulting in economic decline
  3. Resulting in more people dependent on government

Don’t sit idle and watch this happen.

Be proactive and learn how to fight back (HERE).

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