Our people have always been pawns to the globalist agenda. We were important to build up the infrastructure and wealth of the elite, but never regarded as more than proles in their larger agenda. As we broke our backs building their roads, rail lines, cities, and farms, they counted their profits and attempted to shortchange the working class every single opportunity they had. In farm fields, factories, mines, and textile factories, we have been used as an inexhaustible resource by the elites, no different than the coal that powers the machinery. Capitalism has created a system in which human beings are nothing more than cogs in a wider machine, we have no intrinsic value to the elites, and are simply as valuable as what we can provide them in service.
The same type of men who allowed the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire to burn one hundred and forty six women alive because it was cheaper to lock the fire exits than to hire a night guard to prevent break ins or dropped bombs on miners for marching against horrendous abuses in the Logan County Coal War are the same ones who are destroying the blue collar worker to this day. After they had solidified their control, we became simply expensive drains on their pocketbooks.