Productive Class Versus Tax Theft

Productive Class Versus Tax Theft by Rory for The Daily Coin

Those of us in the work force – you know, the people that actually do something to produce an income – have a portion of our labor transferred to the non-productive class called government payroll loafers. Once a producer, someone doing something, collects for their efforts, the government payroll loafers step in to “collect” a portion so they, too, can acquire things.

This is idea of our labor being transferred to others through the process of tax theft has been an ongoing problem since the beginning of money and currency.

Below is what happens when you have a group of people, the productive class, getting things done versus a group of people who think of ways to take a portion of that labor through tax theft. Since the productive class has an agenda, a schedule and needs get busy they don’t have time to waste on thinking of new ways to reinvent the wheel.

On the other hand, the people stealing from the productive class through tax theft, have endless time and, therefore, think of new and exciting ways to waste time, money and, above all else, new ways to make people even more dependent on those doing the stealing. If your brain has been turned to mush because someone reinvented the wheel and is now attempting to teach you and your children how to build a better mouse trap using this wheel, well, you can see the problem right there. You can also see the problem, in action, in the video below.

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