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https://www.cnbc.com/2017/09/29/millennials-would-give-up-this-right-to-wipe-out-their-student-loans.html?recirc=taboolainternal
CNBC expresses something like surprise that Millennials would give up their right to vote in exchange for freedom from student debts. Given that millennials recognize the tangible chains of debt are far more influential in their lives than the illusion of democracy provided by the american political system, why is this even a surprise? American Democracy has always been a pacifier to keep a much needed revolution from gaining any traction or even serious consideration by any significant portion of the populace but the recent false flag attack on concert goers in Las Vegas could be an indicator that the ownership class recognizes the danger posed by those who know their votes are worthless- and are taking steps to keep the tools of revolution out of the hands of the people.




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