The middle class arose in the times of Robin Hood when the yeoman class refused to be serfs to the super rich.
The mega wealthy long for the return of the two class system which is serfdom.
In a serfdom you have two classes: The mega rich overlords and the poor worker.
This is the basis of most communist nations despite their propaganda to the contrary.
The current regime's plans for the future of America are not only obscene but downright insidious. They involve the destruction of the middle class.
This is hard core Communism.
Obama's plans to transfer control of the suburbs to cities, so that everyone ends up living in a city is not hard to understand if you get it fixed in your head that people in cities are easier to control and herd and tyrannize than people in the country.
It is a powerful step in the progress of tyranny. But let me also state this did not begin with Barack Obama at all. It has been something hard at work in America for a long time.
But in his second term Obama , who is already hard at work with community organizers to accomplish this, will extend the transferring of money from the suburbs to the cities in order to bring an end to suburban and country-side America and force people into cities.
The following are from Stanley Kurtz
Obama’s plans to undercut the political and economic independence of America’s suburbs reach back decades. The community organizers who trained him in the mid-1980s blamed the plight of cities on taxpayer “flight” to suburbia. Beginning in the mid-1990s, Obama’s mentors at the Gamaliel Foundation (a community-organizing network Obama helped found) formally dedicated their efforts to the budding fight against suburban “sprawl.” From his positions on the boards of a couple of left-leaning Chicago foundations, Obama channeled substantial financial support to these efforts. On entering politics, he served as a dedicated ally of his mentors’ anti-suburban activism.
One approach is to force suburban residents into densely packed cities by blocking development on the outskirts of metropolitan areas, and by discouraging driving with a blizzard of taxes, fees, and regulations. Step two is to move the poor out of cities by imposing low-income-housing quotas on development in middle-class suburbs. Step three is to export the controversial “regional tax-base sharing” scheme currently in place in the Minneapolis–St. Paul area to the rest of the country. Under this program, a portion of suburban tax money flows into a common regional pot, which is then effectively redistributed to urban, and a few less well-off “inner-ring” suburban, municipalities.
Note that towns are already forbidding home gardens. They will not allow you to be
self sufficient as it is not possible to control self sufficient people either.
Dependents can be watched, regulated and controlled.
The times they are a-changing as Bob Dylan warned.
Yes, indeed the are.