Norm Farrell, as he is so adept at doing, has crunched the publicly-available numbers and demonstrates, pretty much unequivocally, that Christy Clark's British Columbia has become Gordon Campbell's wage slave Utopia.
Here is just one of Norm's graphs that tells the story (but go and have a look at them all):
And you don't have to just take Norm's word for it...
The VT-C has crunched some numbers as well to demonstrate that the great majority of British Columbians really and truly have fallen behind:
...The numbers tell the story. In 1982, the median income in B.C. was $31,600, far above the nationwide median. Today, it stands at $27,500, a drop of 13 per cent and well below the national median...
Why has this happened?
Well, what with all the proMedia-assisted trashing of labour that has gone on around here for almost a generation now I think that's pretty obvious.
More on that later.
Of course it is Utopia, not for the wage slaves themselves, but rather for those who enslave them...Which, of course, is why we must have a propaganda blitz paid for by the slaves themselves to convince said slaves that being enslaved by the enslavers is actually good for them....And yes, Dorothy, as Thomas Franks would probably say if we don't start dealing with this immediately...We really will be in Kansas evermore...