Friday, October 07, 2011

Occupy Wall Street Is A Sad Commentary For The Trend Developing In The United States

 Blaming others for your problems never solves anything.

It is aggravating to see these "Occupy Wall St" individuals (also called imbeciles) protest an institution that has done (and does) more for this economy than the institution they are supporting. They place the blame on their "misfortunes" on someone else instead of where the blame should really be.

Someone should tell these misinformed individuals that small businesses have generated 64% of all jobs in the last 15 years in the U.S.

Represent 99.7 percent of all employer firms.

They need to realize that banks are not making small business loans, the only place for funding right now is in Lower Manhattan and what do you want to do, impede that?

They call it an "American Revolution". Really? Is that what America is all about? "I deserve", "you owe me"

Here is the list of Occupy Wall Street's 13 demands (ironic it's 13). They left out one demand that's essential for this, an endless supply of money tree seeds. Their thinking is that the government has an endless supply of money and that these demands are owed to them.

Think these guys aren't a little nutty? Here's one demand "Demand eleven: Immediate across the board debt forgiveness for all".

Yes, there were individuals that took advantage of the system, not just on Wall Street, but in almost EVERY industry during the boom. So these people want to choke the only source of funding we have in the US?

Do these people realize that they threaten the jobs of people not making millions on Wall St?

If you want to blame someone for not having a job, blame yourself. If you have the energy and time to spend protesting, you have the time to create a job. I didnt say find, but CREATE a job.

Cain is right. "Don't blame Wall Street," Cain said. "Don't blame the big banks. If you don't have a job and you're not rich, blame yourself." (source CNN) This guy overcame far greater obstacles than these protesters.

There's a huge resource available for everyone to get re-educated. If you have the time to tweet or post on Facebook, you have the time to learn a new skill. There are umpteen sites out there that teach you ways to make money using the Net. None of them suggest wasting your time with online games or social media.

The Internet affords anyone to learn a new skill. The biggest library in the world is open 24/7 and it's free. Take advantage of it by educating yourself, instead of blaming someone else for your situation.

As MJ Demarco calls this the Law of Victims. "everyone has a solution to their problems but them. And their problems? Not their fault. Nope someone else is to blame. Instead of looking within, they look outward and project responsibility to some other entity.

If you want to earn a salary, or generate income, "raise your value to society"

It's disturbing to see members of Congress actually encouraging this behavior.  I guess these individuals dont mind other outrageously overpaid millionaires joining their movement.

When you rely on others for your happiness and fortunes, you are in big trouble.

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Scott P. Shaffer said...

So I shouldn't trust their own site?

Occupy Wall St demands

Where would I look for the "truth", in the capital powerhouse of Toronto?

Blaming others is never a solution.

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