Monday, April 18, 2016

Too Small To Fail Is Too Big To Fail

What Senator Bernie Sanders speaks upon is what the child welfare industry does not want to hear.

In the U.S., along with the countries which have imported Michigan's child protection model, poverty is considered the crime of abuse and neglect for the failure to provide for the necessary needs of the child.

Child poverty has been monetized through polices of privatization, of which there are neither civil rights nor any federal, state or local oversight exists.

Poverty is a multi-billion dollar industry.

This is what is called social impact bonds, the oldest form of survival.

This is why Too Small To Fail is Too Big To Fail.



ALEXANDRIA, Va. (April 13, 2016) – According to a just-released update of the Human Needs Index (HNI), the level of American need rose in 2015 by 15 percent and reversed the trend in improvements seen from 2012 until 2014. The HNI, created by The Salvation Army in partnership with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, is a multidimensional measure of human needs based on objective monthly service data compiled by the national nonprofit.

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