You can go with the Christian Commons or you can go with the New, New Deal. The Christian Commons is right, but you have to do something. Hooverism isn't right and never was. The New, New Deal is the lesser of evils relative to Hoovervilles.

The Robber Barons returned with a vengeance, literally. The Gilded Age is upon us again. The disparity in wealth is wholly obscene.

In addition to rolling back the New Deal, the Great Society, the Square Deal, the laissez faire capitalists, the false libertarians, the plutocrats, economic predators, rolled back the Progressive Era and all the trust busting. The monopolist retook control by buying up the media and consolidating it. Then they put out false propaganda to make the people believe falsely that giving and sharing are evil. They put bitter for sweet. It is giving and sharing that are sweet. It is predatoriness that brings all the bitterness.

I tell you that a retread New Deal isn't good enough, but you can't let people slide back into Hoovervilles.

The plutocrats have exported their demonic spirit now. That's what their globalization movement has done. Their taking the system that results in Hoovervilles and spreading it globally. The plutocrats must be displaced as the rulers of the Earth. They are terrible leaders who are killing the planet and the people, physically and spiritually. Their economic system is garbage. It brings forth more that is wrong than right. On balance, it is always a liability. Selfishness is awful. It is what's wrong. The leaders stink at leading. They take the people in the wrong direction. They lead them to Hell on Earth.

They have taken the Earth to the edge of another great depression. Watch. Only huge unselfishness will pull the Earth out of that fire. If the unselfishness isn't enough, down the Earth will go again.

Tom Usher

About Tom Usher

Employment: 2008 - present, website developer and writer. 2015 - present, insurance broker. Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration. Volunteerism: 2007 - present, president of the Real Liberal Christian Church and Christian Commons Project.