Millions of people work hard every day and taxes are drawn from their earnings to support the country, which in turn should provide for its citizens at the request of the citizens. The problem is the citizens are not getting a say on how those taxes are spent. Instead, wealthy politicians use the money to advance their own agendas and the agendas of large corporations.
On a daily scale, citizens need solid infrastructure to get to those jobs, a decent pay to afford housing, food, and clothes, and at least medical care to remain healthy enough to do their jobs. The problem here is that the politicians and large corporations take it upon themselves to determine the quality of all the above, yet to the detriment of the people. This has to stop, immediately.
It seems the only way out of this unfair circle of life is to deprive the politicians and corporations of that tax money, which would require the people to stop working. Without labor, no one would have a damn thing. This is where the negotiating should come into play. Either give the people what they need and feel they deserve or go without.
The people do not want endless wars, dirty or tainted food and water, or overpriced medical care and education that yield no productive returns. The people do not want to work their fingers to the bone only to be indebt the rest of their lives. The people do not want to live under constant supervision or micromanaged by government overlords and spies; they do not want to be over policed, under surveillance or suspect day and night.
When the people choose a representative, the powers that be override that choice and install whoever will fulfill their agendas. This is not what life is supposed to be like in the 21st century. The country is behind in industrial advancement and it is starting to show. If these greedy, paternalistic people continue to control production and growth, we are sure to become servants to their demands.
© Feb. 2019
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