The Producing Class
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The definition of the working class needs updating because elites will exploit any type of labor they can. This means engineers, IT workers, managers, and other white-collar workers are on the same path as the traditional working class of previous generations. The elites have their plans for you whether you primarily work with a machine or a computer. That's why we're all in this together. It's no longer blue collar or white collar. It's no longer working class and managerial class. We are all part of The Producing Class. The perceived separation between blue-collar and white collar professions isn’t relevant anymore. Yes, the nature of the jobs is different, but our hopes and dreams are the same. The real separation is between the producing class and the elites. We talk all about how we got here and what that means in today's episode. Find us at
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