“The Real Economy Is Somewhere Between The Toilet & A Rat Hole”

Monday, July 7, 2014
By Paul Martin

by James H Kunstler

“Here in one of the “fly-over” zones of America – 200 miles north of New York City – the financial economy is mythical realm like Shangri-La and the real economy is somewhere between the toilet and a rat hole. Under the tyranny of chain stores, there really is no true local commercial economy. The few jobs here are menial and nearly superfluous to the automatic workings of the giant companies…” Never has a society entered an epochal transition with such unpreparedness. Never has a society appeared so childishly decadent.

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