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As I have said several times

So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor.

So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor. So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor.

So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor. So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor.

So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor.

So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor.

So, as predicted and expected and was bloody well obvious for anyone paying attention, the rich have expanded their wealth including their savings massively in the last year, while the bottom sixty percent have retracted. I emphasized the "bottom" part because 1/6th of 60% is actually the bottom of the top. It is ridiculous.

Some people will say "serves those poor people right" and in some way this is true, as for example, the consumer good markets are booming as people are spending their incoming money on entertainment and household products. Also in Australia, millions of people drew massive amounts from their retirement funds because they were allowed due to the "exceptional" circumstances in order to cover their expenses. The withdrawals supposedly correlating to a 65% increase in consumer spending on unnecessary consumer goods in the following month of the withdrawal. So, many Australians have spent their income, spent their savings, spent their government handouts and spent large chunks of their retirement funds.

The problem is, that while the top 20% might be pretty flush with savings, the way they spend their money is quite different to the rest, as they are more likely to invest it -and spend it on goods and services that don't actually help the economy that much. The average person however, they spend their money locally and support businesses in their area, creating demand for goods and services, which also means jobs in the area - the kinds of jobs that hire locals.

As I have said several times since the start, this has been the largest wealth transfer that has ever taken place in the history of the world and it has driven massive sums of money to the top of the wealth pyramid, where the richest people and corporations on earth keep extending their lead and widening the divide between the rich and poor.

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