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Podcast: Exposing the rot in America; why the Presidential candidates have it all wrong about the middle class
And, why imagination and innovation are absolutely necessary to save a dying America
I pick up from where I left off in last week’s podcast (Part-1). To listen to Part-1, go here.
This week’s podcast continues to blow away the useless campaign strategies of Kennedy, DeSantis, and Vivek. But I’m doing a lot more than that.
The whole approach to connecting with millions of Americans has to change radically.
You could call this a communication problem. But it’s really an innovation problem. As in, lack of.
These three candidates, all of whom have good and important ideas, are operating at least 10 years behind the tools they have at their disposal. Actually, they’re lagging much further behind than that. It’s as if they’re stuck in a time warp, when families would sit around a big console radio and listen to the news. In 1947. It’s that bad.
I have ideas on how they can enter the present moment and escalate their IMPACT. By a factor of 1000. At least.
And the big issue, the one that wraps around all of us is: the rot that is eating away America.
When you hear how I propose these three men deal with that, you’ll see I’m talking about far more than a Presidential campaign. I’m talking about how ANY person who is reaching out to the public can revolutionize his approach.
In this podcast, I’ll break down the rot into several main killer issues.
The all-encompassing Welfare State.
Out of control crime.
The falling economy.
The ever-expanding fungus of the federal government.
Medical destruction of life.
In Part-1 of this podcast series, I described how to put these disastrous issues across to the American people with MAJOR POWER. Here, in Part-2, I’ll discuss HOW to deliver knockout blows with solutions to The Rot:
Freedom with responsibility, and meritocracy.
What I’m proposing goes far beyond just talking about these two concepts.
I’ll explain how a revolutionary approach can and must be delivered to the American people—light years beyond how the candidates (and most journalists) are operating.
It’s the difference between a weak light bulb and a thousand searchlights.
Several Presidential candidates have been talking about rescuing the middle class—most notably
But so far, I haven’t heard anything specific and useful from any of the candidates.
After digging into the situation, I know why. And I’ll explain in the podcast. I’ll blow a very loud whistle on the whole “disappearance of the middle class” fairy tale.
For starters, consider several MAJOR areas of employment in America. Healthcare/Medical (the fastest growing sector). The Defense Industry. And government employees.
We’re talking about millions and millions of US workers in those sectors. Millions and millions of middle class people—living fairly-comfortable to comfortable middle-class lifestyles.
What do we know about those three areas of the economy? The corporations operating there are predatory, greedy, and infernally corrupt.
How do you fix THAT? Massive and magical relocation of these comfortable middle-class workers to other less harmful areas of employment?
I’ll discuss what these brutal facts imply about what has to happen to America’s middle class. Because I have this funny belief: we have to deal with reality.
Getting real about the middle class involves FAR MORE than “bringing jobs home from foreign lands” or taking money away from the Defense Industry and giving it to the poor.
Presidential candidates and politicians use slogans and worn-out ideas and myths to make us believe solutions are at hand if we only “abandon Empire building” and re-do the federal budget.
These are myths.
The American economy is in much bigger trouble. It’s systemic because men have created an insane System.
I’ve never cared about coming up with easy answers that don’t work.
I favor laying out all the cards on the table, looking at them closely, and then talking about solutions.
Solutions do exist.
They’re not a walk in the park, but once again, IMAGINATION raises its head. This is where people have to think and act in new ways, with new resources at their disposal. I’ll offer a couple of major innovations that could help reverse the American economic decline and actually assist the growth of a genuine middle class.
One of my jobs is to challenge you, take you out into deep waters; NOT to confirm what you already know and leave it at that.
This is exactly what I’m doing in this podcast.
We innovate, we opt for something new, or we decay.
I’m shoving in all my chips and shooting for the moon, because that’s the mindset we all need. Now.
Join me in this vital podcast.
Chickens ARE coming home to roost.
-- Jon Rappoport
(Rappoport Podcasts, Episode 052)