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November 26, 2013 / Fantelius

The Difficult Part of Easy

It’s easier than you think and much more difficult.
It’s easy (and healthy) to avoid fast food.
The difficult part is getting enough people to do it to bring down the fast food industry.

Bring down the fast food industry! You think that’s nonsense, no, worse, madness, blasphemy.
See, I said it was difficult.
While the CEO of McDonalds, for example, pulls down $14 million/year, the taxpayers must supplement the workers’ below-survival wages with about $1400/year (food stamps, child welfare, housing subsidies, etc) for each employee. In other words, the taxpayers are helping the CEO hold 100s of 1000s of people in semi-slavery, paying them less than they need to get by.
McDonalds is a big but still minor part of the entire fast food industry, which is a minor part of the entire corporate-control prevailing order. The order that generates poverty (and eats away at the environment) so that 1% of the people can accumulate obnoxious luxury.

Go ahead, call me crazy. That’s easy.
The difficult part is…
Oh, why do I bother?



“In order to amuse most people
it is necessary to anger those who think they’re better than most people.”
Dartwill Aquila

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