According to the CATO Institute, “Our welfare system is unfair to everyone: to taxpayers, who must pick up the bill for failed programs . . . and most of all to the poor themselves, who are trapped in a system that destroys opportunity for them and hope for their children.” “The current welfare system provides such a high level of benefits that it acts as a disincentive for work. Welfare currently pays more than a minimum-wage job in 35 states . . . and in 13 states it pays more than $15 per hour.”
Percent of recipients who are white 38.8 %
Percent of recipients who are black 39.8 %
Percent of recipients who are Hispanic 15.7 %
Percent of recipients who are Asian 2.4 %
Percent of recipients who are Other 3.3 %
The most prevalent co-occurring disorder with ADHD is Oppositional Defiance Disorder, the reason used to anesthetize children with psychotropic drugs.
When looking at the demographics of states having the highest concentration of African Americans and the percentage of children diagnosed with and treated for ADHD, they are AA Teacher & Workforce statistics almost identical, the concentration being in the southern states.
Selected Characteristics of Union Members
Among major race and ethnicity groups, black workers had a higher union membership rate in 2013 (13.6 percent) than white (11.0 percent), Asian (9.4 percent), or Hispanic (9.4 percent) workers.
The Teaching Workforce
Teaching is one of the largest occupations in the U.S. Nationwide, more than 35 percent of public school students are African American or Hispanic, but less than 15 percent of teachers are Black or Latino.
African Americans make up the largest union workforce and welfare populations in the U.S.
Teaching, being the largest occupation in the U.S. and teacher unions one of the largest in the U.S., the government is actually reducing the African American teaching force by making it more lucrative to be on welfare than to earn the required credentials necessary to teach.
Poverty is not the problem, genocide by capitalism is.
Our children are more valuable than the welfare and service jobs that our current system of education has created for them.
It begins with one and ends with everyone.
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