"I am wondering from my vantage point, as the bottom falls out(whether vis-a-vis economic, environmental, or other) and the traditional standing of those once privileged is challenged(the white middle class) - where will the anger be directed, at those who have less, or those who have more?"
You're still wondering, I would have thought it was obvious from the recent healthcare 'debates.' You would think that the ones shouting down healthcare/insurance reform would be a lot wiser considering the predominant age group, but what has become obvious is how privilege distorts the human psyche. All the talk of the national debt being left to their grand-children/great-grand-children and they cannot make the connection between their privilege and America's debt. No one has mentioned sacrifice. Remember the "sacrificial symphony" that is our Universe; yet the screaming middle-aged predominantly white middle-class Americans appear so completely out of touch.
But though they are to blame for choosing to remain ignorant, it is not totally their fault; the Disciple has a host of examples which show clearly how we are all manipulated by the ideology of the Semite. Why else would Selassie be so much more revered than Nkrumah, in the great African diaspora.
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