Massive Crime Against Public Workers And The Elderly In Detroit Will Be Repeated Elsewhere!

The decision to allow Detroit, Michigan, to declare bankruptcy is a warning sign for the long term future.

It means that public workers, including police officers, fire fighter, teachers, and other municipal workers who devoted their lives to service of their fellow citizens, often at lower wages, will now have their pensions and health care benefits, guaranteed to them by contract and the state constitution of Michigan, cut by at least 40-50 percent, making their old age one of poverty and deprivation!

This is a massive crime against humanity, against the elderly, the poor, and the sick, while the wealthy keep on gaining all of the benefits of their good fortune, because of refusal to accept public responsibility to preserve the pensions of workers.

This is immoral and unethical beyond belief, and the gall of the state to be ready to privatize everything possible in Detroit, including museums and other cultural institutions, will destroy the city of Detroit and any chance for its revival.

We are witnessing the death of Detroit, once the fifth largest city in America, and this abuse of power by the elite wealthy class will soon visit other cities and states, and its effect will be to impoverish America, but benefit the wealthy yet again!

3 comments on “Massive Crime Against Public Workers And The Elderly In Detroit Will Be Repeated Elsewhere!

  1. dave martin December 6, 2013 8:33 am

    LOL, you are looking at what your progressive agenda has wrought and the future of our entire nation unless the insanity of the depraved socialist desease is not cured.

  2. Ronald December 6, 2013 1:14 pm

    No, Dave, the disease is greed, selfishness, materialism, and the top one percent having 40 percent of all assets! If nothing is done to rectify this, there will be social unrest at a very high level, as this kind of situation cannot be sustained long term!

  3. Maggie December 6, 2013 4:28 pm

    Dave do you prefer the green koolaid or the red?

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