‘New World Order’: Robots, Endless Unemployment & Poverty, Pt 3

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 15:05 PM
September 25, 2013

Help_Wanted    When you ask those long-term unemployed persons who have dropped out of job-search pools if announced unemployment rates are accurate, they would shout ‘No!’  Economists and other researchers would agree.

In ‘Why The ‘Real’ Unemployment Rate Is Higher Than You Think,’ Dan Diamond of ‘Forbes Magazine’ writes:  “ . . . the ‘official’ unemployment rate doesn’t count . . . discouraged workers who have settled for part-time jobs or have given up looking altogether. Tracking those individuals, under what’s called the ‘U-6’ rate, gives a very different . . . unemployment rate: 14.3%.

“There’s a strong argument that given the Great Recession’s damage to the economy . . . the U-6 rate is a more accurate reflection of national employment. Like the ‘official’ rate, the U-6 essentially doubled between 2007 and 2009; unlike the official rate, it’s not coming down as fast.”

Rex Nutting of ‘Market Watch’ agrees in ‘Why the Unemployment Rate Is So Misleading’:  “ . . . 6.8 million people who said they wanted a job but weren’t even looking, perhaps because they were discouraged . . .

“In addition, 8 million people said bad economic and business conditions limited them to part-time hours even though they preferred to work full-time.  If you count those discouraged workers and involuntary part-timers as unemployed, the unemployment rate jumps to 14.3%.

“About 40% of unemployed people have been out of work longer than six months, far more than at any time since the Long-term-unemployedGreat Depression. . . . the vast majority of working-age adults, men and women, are working or looking for work. But it also means that many millions have given up hope of finding a job. Some of them will never work again.”

Nutting concludes that long-term unemployment is our country’s biggest problem.  “ . . . if we don’t do something quick, it’ll cause permanent damage to our economy, and ruin the lives of millions of people.”

This blog site has discussions of increasing robotic control over American jobs.  Ben Ways just-published book ‘Jobocalypse,’ substantiates  the findings that robots will touch all aspects of daily life, especially employment.

Ways has a chapter, ‘Police, Military and the Rise of the Machines,’ which reinforces one of the ‘nine characteristics’ of the Final ‘New World Order.’ Roland Pease’s BBC article, ‘U.S. Robot Builds Copies of Itself,’ contradicts assumptions that jobs for humans to build robots would at least be available.

Americans should have said something when tape recorders replaced phone operators.  They should have said more when robots took jobs off auto assembly lines, and they should have screamed in the streets when jobs exited overseas, only to come screeching back with the same work being done here by robots.

But as Christian non-fiction prophecy books foretell:  “It stood still, but I could not discern the form thereof: an image was before mine eyes, there was silence . . . (Job 4: 16).” The image is no doubt robotic and human reaction is mute.

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