THE DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH
Sanford Pinna, M.D.
The wealth in the U.S. is distributed in the form of a
This means that less than one percent of the people in
the U.S.receive more than 25 percent of all income.
In an article in the Economist, of today, Thursday, October 08, 2009
a graph of income distribution was displayed.
We can see that in 1928 and in 2009, the upper one percent
of the population earned more than 25 percent of all wealth.
Both years are followed by devastating economic depressions.
DEPRESSION IN THE U.S.
In 1928 the depression in the U.S. continued until the
beginning of the Second World War. In essence, this war
was a period in which the government assumed dictatorial
American Citizens of Japanese descent were placed
in jails in the West Coast during the Second World War!
This event is totally ignored in American schools,
when the students are taught the history of the Second
Instead, a film depicting the bravery of American
soldiers killing German soldiers, was produced in the
U.S. in the last two years. This film provided the Money
Managers of Hollywood enormous profits.
The title of the picture is “Saving Private Ryan”
and the events depicted have been criticized as being
DEPRESSION IN EUROPE
In Europe the Depression continued until the advent
of dictatorship in Germany, Italy, Spain and Portugal.
When Hitler and Mussolini came into power
in Germany and Italy in the 1930′s they immediately
took young men out of the work force and placed them
in the military. In this way, they solved the unemployment
problem. Women, during this era did not work outside
of the home.
In order to have a reason for a strong military,
the dictators started expansion into other territories.
Hitler moved into Austria, Czechoslovakia and
finally Poland, which started the Second World War.
Italy, attacked Ethiopia, Libya and Albania. Then Italy
joined with Germany to fight in the Second World War.
The dictators not only built up their military,
they also assumed control of the financial and
industrial complexes of their countries.
In the U.S. and Europe today, we are seeing
the same type of dictatorship emerging.
In the U.S. we are witnessing a president who
is being made to look like the dictator model: All knowing,
Excellent Orator and Immersed in International Affairs.
Today, he won the Nobel Prize for Peace, from
a group of people in Norway who are under the control
of the same people who control Europe and the U.S.
The U.S. has a major troop involvement
in the middle East. It is unlike that the peace prize
will change this.
In the U.K. we have a man called Gordon Brown
who is Prime Minister and devoted to keeping British
troops in wars in the Middle East.
In France we have Nicolas Sarkozy, a son of Jewish
parents form Hungary. Sarkozy is also intent on keeping
troops fighting in the Middle East.
Europe, today, is totally in the hands of its
leaders. The people of Europe have no say in the
political process. Europe has become a totalitarian
state, known as as the EU and leadership is in
We can readily see that the U.S. and the EU
are totalitarian states.
In this way, the disproportionate distribution
of wealth can be maintained.
In the 1930′s we saw that the leadership in Europe and
in Asia used warfare as a means of keeping the people from
demanding an equal distribution of wealth.
Twenty five years before the advent of the Second
World War we had the beginning of the First World War.
At the beginning of the First World War Europe
had a severely unequal distribution of wealth.
Starting a war, for no serious reason, was a way
in which the rulers of Europe in 1914 could keep the
population from revolting over their relative poverty.
THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
In the decades prior to the French Revolution,
the people of Europe were dying of starvation, malnutrition
and disease. The leaders in Europe were simultaneously
extremely wealthy and lived in extreme luxury.
This remarkable discrepancy of life styles is
indicative of how a small group can convince a large
group to literally die of starvation while the small group
leads a life of opulence.
Today, we can see this graphically in North
The way in which the small group governs the
large group is through ignorance and then fear.
THE PHASE OF IGNORANCE
The small group convinces the large group that
it should have military power in order to make the
large group richer.
THE PHASE OF FEAR
Once the military power is given to the small
group, the large group is advised that any insurrection
by any individual will be met by violent death.
The large group, in order to avoid death,
remains quiescent and docile. Many die of starvation
rather than face violent death by fire arms.
During the French Revolution, the people
overcame their fear of death and attacked the French
Military and won.
Today, the U.S. and Europe are entering the
PHASE OF IGNORANCE. The powerful have
taken most of the wealth of the land. Now, they
will convince the majority to give them military
The majority will give the minority military
power, because they are ignorant.
The governments of the U.S. and Europe
will then institute THE PHASE OF FEAR.
Since the technology of the 21st. Century is
so comprehensive, it will be impossible for the
people to rebel.
Fortunately for the world, the U.S. and
Europe are only a small part of the equation.
The BRIC countries hold the rest of the equation.
The U.S. and Europe will be like North
Korea. The BRIC countries will be the new future