Millions upon millions of hardworking American workers have been stranded without industrial jobs for more than two years.
Given the upcoming expiration of the federal extensions and the increased stress on some of the unemployed, we thought added security would provide an extra level of protection for our employees and clients.
Hundreds of armed anti-riot security guards are being deployed at all 36 unemployment bureau locations across the US state of Indiana. Local government officials fear there would be potential riots by hundreds of thousands of unemployed workers who are going to lose their bi-weekly unemployment checks before the end of this year.
The cost of deploying so many armed security guards at so many locations is paid by corporate elites and the growing plutocracy of the US government. The State of Indiana is only one among many other states facing the end of unemployment benefit paychecks, which have already been extended several times.
According to Indiana’s employment department official, Marc Lotter, the situation is expected to become more confrontational once people lose their only source of income. “Given the upcoming expiration of the federal extensions and the increased stress on some of the unemployed, we thought added security would provide an extra level of protection for our employees and clients.”
Millions upon millions of hardworking American workers have been stranded without industrial jobs for over two years. The Obama administration has injected vast amounts of money to keep the US economy afloat while nearly all US-owned companies try moving their business activities out of the country, notably to Asia in order to pay only a fraction of what they normally pay Americans.
Economists believe US job outsourcing is a matter of historical proportion, a phenomenon expected to stay around permanently. The Obama administration main task – imposed upon it by a network of Zionists and large corporate establishment – at this conjuncture in US history is simply to stretch things out, that’s to buy a little bit more time until later on when about half of US population will be told that it’s now time to face the reality.