Let’s Talk About How Welfare Destroys The Spirit

TRUTH: Welfare Destroys The Human Spirit

 

One of the main assertions of the collectivist is that an equal distribution of property is necessary to the well being of all as opposed to just the ‘lucky’ few who manage to amass wealth through exploitation.  This sounds good, and to those envious masses who have accepted the lie that they have not because someone took it from them, it is often irresistibly seductive.  But it is a lie, as are all the collectivist’s supposed solutions to these imagined ills.  Inevitably, though it is most often called by another name, the solution ends up being some form of welfare, and the Truth about welfare is it destroys the soul of both the recipient and the giver.  It also leads to a master/servant relationship from the giver to the recipient.

 

When LBJ launched his “War on Poverty,” the programs they devised were intentionally designed to destroy the family unit, but they were packaged so they could simultaneously be sold to a nation that was – at the time – predisposed toward the rejection of handouts on principle.  By making it a requirement that there couldn’t be an able bodied male in the household if one was to receive welfare, LBJ and his people made it appear that welfare was only intended for those who truly couldn’t help themselves.  Which meant it was only reasonable that people be able to receive more money for every child they had in a fatherless home.  After all, more people meant more need which translates into a requirement for more help (i.e. money).

Unfortunately, the real purpose was to encourage people not to marry – even to divorce.

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2 thoughts on “Let’s Talk About How Welfare Destroys The Spirit

  1. “One of the main assertions of the collectivist is that an equal distribution of property is necessary to the well being of all as opposed to just the ‘lucky’ few who manage to amass wealth through exploitation”

    Redistribution is not collectivization.
    Collectivization is common operating of the means of production. If I redistributed the materials needed to make a car among individual autoworkers, the end result would be a bunch of workers owning a couple scraps of metal and plastic. Yet if we put the materials in the hand of the collective of autoworkers, then the production of an automobile is possible.

    Socialism isn’t built on stealing like capitalism. But on creation. Labor, man power-the mental calculations of humans is the ultimate source of value, not Mr.Investment banker’s billions of dollars. Money can’t even spend itself. I fail to understand how an economic system where value-less money can be exchanged for the source of all value, labor. I guess it makes sense since money has replaced things that actually held value such as grains and cattle. But ultimately money is value-less. The amount of money one has is not equal to the amount of value one has created.

  2. Socialist are either liars, thieves, lazy or a combination of all three. That’s why there was never any real equality in a socialist system either.

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