Known communist sympathizer Bill Moyers sat down with the notorious America-hating Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman and attacked America’s glorious and wonderful billionaire class in a despicable display of bias*
*This introduction has been
written approved by Koch Industries an anonymous contributor
“There’s a level of harshness in our debates mostly coming from the people who are actually doing very well,” Krugman tells Moyers. “We’ve had a parade of billionaires whining about the incredible injustice that people are actually criticizing them. And then comparing anyone who criticizes them to the Nazis. It’s almost a tic that they have.”
What Paul Krugman is pointing out here is nothing less than the Feudal Lords taking great offense at the peasants complaining that they have but crumbs to eat while the Masters of the Universe gorge themselves on caviar and quail eggs. Keep in mind, these are the same exact people that have spent decades rigging the system so they could push the economy to the brink and reap the rewards when it collapsed. I don’t think a single one of them was more than temporarily inconvenienced by the crash they engineered. In fact, as Krugman points out regularly, they all got vastly richer while the rest of us got poorer even if we didn’t lose our job.
But the rich are so tightly sealed within their bubble of wealth and power, they literally cannot conceive of why anyone should criticize them. After all, they create “jobs” so the peasantry can work until they drop from exhaustion. So what if those jobs don’t pay enough for anyone to live on? The job creators did their part by sprinkling some crumbs among the filthy masses. How dare the peons question the benevolence of their rightful rulers? Are they not merciful? ARE THEY NOT MERCIFUL?!