Is America About To Reach A Breaking Point? Anger Grows As Unemployment Benefits Get Cut

Breaking Point

By Michael Snyder

In America today, there are close to 50 million people living in poverty and there are more than 100 million people that get money from the federal government every month.  As the middle class disintegrates, poverty is climbing to unprecedent d levels.  Even though the stock market has been setting record high after record high, the amount of anger and frustration boiling just under the surface in our nation grows with each passing day.  And now extended unemployment benefits have been cut off for 1.3 million unemployed Americans, and it is being projected that a total of 5 million unemployed Americans will lose their benefits by the end of 2014.  In addition, as I have written about previously, 47 million Americans recently had their food stamp benefits reduced.  The conditions for a “perfect storm” are certainly being created.  So how much longer will it be until we see all of this anger and frustration boil over in the streets of our major cities?  Is America about to reach a breaking point?

If you think that the title of this article is “alarmist”, you probably have not been paying attention to what has been happening over the past few weeks.  For example, a 600 person brawl broke out at at movie theater in Jacksonville, Florida just the other day…

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One Response to Is America About To Reach A Breaking Point? Anger Grows As Unemployment Benefits Get Cut

  1. rogerunited says:

    All of his examples of violence are black kids. When the middle class white kids start rioting (other than at the G20!) then I’ll start looking for a “breaking point”.

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