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Journal smittyoneeach's Journal: Welfare states have this appetite thing 6

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Submitted by Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse blog,

Now that "bail-ins" have become accepted practice all over the planet, no bank account and no pension fund will ever be 100% safe again. In fact, Cyprus-style wealth confiscation is already starting to happen all around the world. As you will read about below, private pension funds were just raided by the government in Poland, and a "bail-in" is being organized for one of the largest banks in Italy. Unfortunately, this is just the beginning.

Let the welfare state help you with all that pesky portable property. It's weighing down your karma, you know.

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Welfare states have this appetite thing

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  • Because property is theft.

    • Indeed. And you have, therefore you stole.
      Having determined you're criminal, we can separate you from those bad, bad shackles of materialism.
      Because you are bad.
      • Indeed. And you have, therefore you stole.

        Having determined you're criminal, we can separate you from those bad, bad shackles of materialism.

        Because you are bad.

        And my punishment will be to work work work for just enough to keep me alive.

        • Well, now, that's just 'fairness' for unspecified wrongdoing on the part of your ancestors.
          • Well, now, that's just 'fairness' for unspecified wrongdoing on the part of your ancestors.

            I already guessed there would be a biblical theme to this.

            • There is nothing Biblical about the Racism Industrial Complex, for all a few of its chief operatives sport a "Reverend" on the business card.

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