Ocean Crest Pier on Oak Island before the storm – Taken 1/6/2014 (Frist time out for the year)
The ongoing cfcilont between the working class and the upper and middle classes is the most interesting. Both world wars were class wars at their roots. The first world war resulted in the revolution in Russia and formation of the USSR. The second world war was at its root a clash between the working class and the German middle class. The Korean war was a war over the class system and revolution. All the wars of independence in Africa and Indochina were at root wars of the working people to overthrow imperialist, upper-class domination.The Gulf War was fought to protect upper-class oil holdings from being captured by a socialist state. It’s easy for middle class people to ignore class warfare because it’s been exported beyond their borders. When you buy shoes that someone was paid 10 cents to make, there’s not gonna be agitation in some US city sweatshop, because the shoes were made in China, or Indonesia, or some other place where someone you can ignore can do the dirty work. That’s the essence of imperialism, whether it involves government or not, and it’s why most class wars of the last 50 years were third-world uprisings.Currently the upper and middle classes number somewhere under 2 billion total people. The other 6 billion or so people in the world are either working class or unemployed and destitute. After another year or so of the global recession, there is going to be an explosion of uprisings that will surprise you. At the root will be class warfare.
looks awesome in mono, love the motion you captured.
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