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Why it's high time to get rid of billionaires

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Rich Greed

United States

#1 Nov 8, 2017
In the home, stability builds profit. Under the assumption the home is unified, that ""profit"" is defined equally across the board. And does not strictly imply monetary wealth. It is like saying that a parent leads the way. But the whole family works together to bring home the bacon. Even though the parent likely brings in the most. Everyone benefits equally because that is what's best for a growing, unified family. It isn't about egos, social status, or self accomplishment.

The same applies in a unified economy within a country. Stability and wealth arise through that unification. So certain people aren't excluded. It's across the board. Effectively diminishing the perception of a class based system. Just a large "boat" full of people working together to make things happen.

But in our class based society where we have a poor, middle, and upper class based system. Most monetary wealth is at the upper. While far less resides in the middle. And even less at the poor level.

The problem with that system is that the game is always rigged to benefit the wealthiest. Stability cannot be part of the whole equation. Because if it were, the class system would begin to collapse over time. And the distribution of monetary wealth would change. The upper would see less wealth than before. The middle and poor classes would begin to melt together far more and see more of the profits. Over time, we would ultimately see a single large class of people.

But you cannot underestimate the irrational entity we call greed. And it exists in all its ruthlessness among the wealth of the upper class. They know that stability should only exist among themselves. And they know that instability in the middle and lower classes is required in order to maintain the status quo. Instability in a class separate from the upper generates profits for the stable upper. This is what defines modern economic norms.

That said. When you have a political leader who has acquired very high monetary wealth. It is foolish to listen to him talk about a stable economy for the people. It's a farce. An irony. Because he isn't going to give up his money to help YOU. Furthermore, the rich like to help the rich. So he certainly isn't going to sell out his cronies to help the people. Might as well shoot himself in the foot.

The truth is what it has always been. In that the political system was designed to be rigged for the wealthiest and the greediest. The moment you join their club, you are swept away and taken by greed. And your hands get dirty. You walk the walk. Hence the reason why the rich loathe the poor. A poor man's focus is far different than that of whom is in control of a pot of gold. You can't be both rich and poor.

--CONTINUED>>
Rich Greed

United States

#2 Nov 8, 2017
CONTINUED>>

Not much else needs to be said. As long as the system is set up the way it is, there can only be empty promises from the leaders in the world. It is doomed to fail. It will ALWAYS fail. No matter how different you paint the walls of society from one generation to the next. You can decorate a shit house any way you like. But it's still a shit house and will always smell badly. The only solution is to tear it down piece by piece. And rebuild it into something that isn't a shit house. Then you can call it something else. And you would have run the nasty bugs and rats away from it. The same principles apply in our culture. The very nature of our corporate political system is of corruption. It badly smells. And there's always room for opportunity for those with greed. But no room for those who are sincere and honest and willing to make sacrifices for others in need. The rich people do not care about the needy except that the needy are expendable assets. The rich just throw their second hands once in awhile to ease their conscience. But they look at their wealth as assets to invest into other wealthy ventures. The stock market. You are nothing more than a liability. A working asset to be bought and sold like a cow waiting to be slaughtered. This must change. And in a way that won't be pleasant for the wealthy.
Paul is dead

Linwood, NJ

#3 Nov 8, 2017
Class Warfare is a mistake.

What we need to do is outlaw these tax exempt 'foundations.'

There's millionaires, and billionaires that bring needed revenue into America ; and that employ thousands of people.

Oftentimes , the millionaire, and billionaire businessman will give room, and board, as well paid medical coverage to their employees.

They also pay more than their fair share of taxes.

We need not make scapegoats out of the wrong people.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#4 Nov 8, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
Class Warfare is a mistake.
What we need to do is outlaw these tax exempt 'foundations.'
There's millionaires, and billionaires that bring needed revenue into America ; and that employ thousands of people.
Oftentimes , the millionaire, and billionaire businessman will give room, and board, as well paid medical coverage to their employees.
They also pay more than their fair share of taxes.
We need not make scapegoats out of the wrong people.
__________

Your above points.--------- You are right on the mark about almost all of them. Except one. Your above statement here.---------

You said "What we need to do is outlaw these tax exempt 'foundations'".---------

No, that would be too extreme.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#5 Nov 8, 2017
Rich Greed wrote:
In the home, stability builds profit. Under the assumption the home is unified, that ""profit"" is defined equally across the board. And does not strictly imply monetary wealth. It is like saying that a parent leads the way. But the whole family works together to bring home the bacon. Even though the parent likely brings in the most. Everyone benefits equally because that is what's best for a growing, unified family. It isn't about egos, social status, or self accomplishment.
The same applies in a unified economy within a country. Stability and wealth arise through that unification. So certain people aren't excluded. It's across the board. Effectively diminishing the perception of a class based system. Just a large "boat" full of people working together to make things happen.
But in our class based society where we have a poor, middle, and upper class based system. Most monetary wealth is at the upper. While far less resides in the middle. And even less at the poor level.
__________

Your above points here.---------

1. You said "The same applies in a unified economy within a country".---------

Nope, it does not. Even in nations which had left wing socialist or marxist governments, where they claimed that they had "classless societies".--------- In their everyday livings, that NEVER occurred. They still had classes.

2. You said But in our class based society".---------

Clearly, we have classes in the United States. There are class divisions in this nation. But, the class divisions are NOTHING compared to the divide between African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves) & non-Hispanic Whites in the United States.

The divide in this nation is between African Americans & non-Hispanic Whites. By a very, very long stretch.

This will NEVER change.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#6 Nov 8, 2017
Rich Greed wrote:
The problem with that system is that the game is always rigged to benefit the wealthiest. Stability cannot be part of the whole equation. Because if it were, the class system would begin to collapse over time. And the distribution of monetary wealth would change. The upper would see less wealth than before. The middle and poor classes would begin to melt together far more and see more of the profits. Over time, we would ultimately see a single large class of people.

But you cannot underestimate the irrational entity we call greed. And it exists in all its ruthlessness among the wealth of the upper class. They know that stability should only exist among themselves. And they know that instability in the middle and lower classes is required in order to maintain the status quo. Instability in a class separate from the upper generates profits for the stable upper. This is what defines modern economic norms.
__________

Your above points here.---------

1. You said "The upper would see less wealth than before. The middle and poor classes would begin to melt together for more and see more of the profits. Over time, we would ultimately see a single large class of people".---------

That has not happened in the United States. It won't happen in this nation. It primarily won't happen because the African American (Descendants of black American slaves) & non-Hispanic White divide OVERRIDES the class divisions in the United States.

2. You said "They know that stability should only exist among themselves. And they know that instability in the middle and lower classes is required in order to maintain the status quo".---------

Not true. The middle class NEEDS the upper class.

The middle class has WAY more in common with the upper class than with the professional, perpetual underclass.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#9 Nov 8, 2017
Rich Greed wrote:
CONTINUED>>

Not much else needs to be said. As long as the system is set up the way it is, there can only be empty promises from the leaders in the world. It is doomed to fail. It will ALWAYS fail. No matter how different you paint the walls of society from one generation to the next. You can decorate a shit house any way you like. But it's still a shit house and will always smell badly. The only solution is to tear it down piece by piece. And rebuild it into something that isn't a shit house. Then you can call it something else. And you would have run the nasty bugs and rats away from it. The same principles apply in our culture. The very nature of our corporate political system is of corruption. It badly smells.
__________

The United States is a capitalist system. In capitalist systems such as what exists in the United States, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, & Singapore, these are systems NOT of equal results. These are systems of human initiatives. For instance, an 18 year old youth who has just graduated from a high school is not on the same level as a President, or a Vice President of a major bank.

Capitalism is the best economic system in the world. If one cannot make it in a capitalist system, it is their own fault.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#11 Nov 8, 2017
Rich Greed wrote:
CONTINUED>>
And there's always room for opportunity for those with greed. But no room for those who are sincere and honest and willing to make sacrifices for others in need. The rich people do not care about the needy except that the needy are expendable assets. The rich just throw their second hands once in awhile to ease their conscience. But they look at their wealth as assets to invest into other wealthy ventures. The stock market. You are nothing more than a liability. A working asset to be bought and sold like a cow waiting to be slaughtered.
__________

Not true. Which shows this.---------

Foreign born immigrants of color come to the United States. Within just a few years after being here.--------- Most foreign born immigrants of color pass up most African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves).
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#12 Nov 8, 2017
Rich Greed wrote:
This must change. And in a way that won't be pleasant for the wealthy.
__________

Well, the United States capitalist system is here to stay. The class divisions in this nation do NOT override the divide between African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves) & non-Hispanic Whites. The divide in the United States is between African Americans & non-Hispanic Whites. By a very, very long stretch. This will NEVER change.

Non-Hispanic Whites have been elevating & advancing foreign born immigrants of color (primarily Hispanics). AT THE EXPENSE OF African Americans. Non-Hispanic Whites are using foreign born immigrants of color as buffer classes & weapons. AGAINST African Americans.

Once Hispanics get more numbers in this nation, they will then have the "Honorary Minority Status" & the "Preferential Minority Status". For aid, jobs, government contracts, set asides, housing, health care, & education. Hispanics will be totally usurping, undercutting, phasing out, & displacing African Americans throughout the United States. Making most African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves) a PERMANENT underclass in this nation.

In years to come, these will be the dominant groups in the United States.---------

1. Non-Hispanic Whites.

2. Hispanics.

Among the Hispanics, the 2 top groups will be the Mexicans & the Dominicans.
Witness

United States

#13 Nov 9, 2017
All of this is in the will of God's word.
Rich people are rich. Poor people are poor.
Google KJV Bible: why rich people exist, and why poor people exist.
God knows all about it.
He understands why it's all part of his plan.
Paul is dead

Linwood, NJ

#16 Nov 9, 2017
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>

__________

Your above points.--------- You are right on the mark about almost all of them. Except one. Your above statement here.---------

You said "What we need to do is outlaw these tax exempt 'foundations'".---------

No, that would be too extreme.
SIC SEMPER TYRANUS
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#20 Nov 9, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>SIC SEMPER TYRANUS
__________

What you said above, what relevance does that have to do with any of my previous points which I typed up on this thread? Nothing.
Paul is dead

Linwood, NJ

#21 Nov 10, 2017
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>

__________

What you said above, what relevance does that have to do with any of my previous points which I typed up on this thread? Nothing.
We need to CONSTITUTIONALLY take back our country before it's too late. We're approaching a point of no return.

Blindly attacking people with money, when people with money are the ones holding this country together right now is a huge mistake.

We need to go after the elitists that have us all divided against each other.
Paul is dead

Linwood, NJ

#22 Nov 10, 2017
SIC SEMPER TYRANUS!

Thus to all Tyrants!
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#23 Nov 10, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>We need to CONSTITUTIONALLY take back our country before it's too late. We're approaching a point of no return.
__________

There is nothing wrong with the United States. The United States is the greatest nation in the world. By a very, very long stretch.

Non-Hispanic Whites have been using Hispanics as weapons. AGAINST African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves).

Non-Hispanic Whites have been elevating & advancing Hispanics. AT THE EXPENSE OF African Americans.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#25 Nov 10, 2017
Paul is dead wrote:
<quoted text>We need to go after the elitists that have us all divided against each other.
__________

Not at all. The elitists are NOT the problem.

The elitists have not created the ideological & class divisions in the United States. The elitists have not created the divide in this nation between African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves) & non-Hispanic Whites.
Former Dem

Matawan, NJ

#26 Nov 12, 2017
Johnny wrote:
<quoted text>

__________

Not at all. The elitists are NOT the problem.

The elitists have not created the ideological & class divisions in the United States. The elitists have not created the divide in this nation between African Americans (Descendants of black American slaves) & non-Hispanic Whites.
Obama spent most of his time creating these divisions himself. He and George Soros created riots, and paid the same actors in Ferguson that they did in the one after that.
Fake people creating problems to bring America down.
The blacks and whites in our town that we went to school all of our lives, were suddenly turned against us when we (including whites) voted him in. We proved were not racist by voting for him. Then we proved we hadn't lost our brain by voting his dead facist azz out.
Former Dem

Matawan, NJ

#27 Nov 12, 2017
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Listen to my video:

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Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#28 Nov 13, 2017
Former Dem.---------

You said "Obama spent most of his time creating these divisions himself".---------

Well, the African American (Descendants of black American slaves) & non-Hispanic White divide existed way, way BEFORE Democrat Barack Obama became President of the United States.

You said "He and George Soros created riots".---------

Barack did not create any riots. George Soros did.

You said "and paid the same actors in Ferguson that they did in the one after that".---------

Obama did not pay any rioters. George Soros did.
Johnny

Cudahy, WI

#29 Nov 13, 2017
Former Dem wrote:
<quoted text>The blacks and whites in our town that we went to school all of our lives, were suddenly turned against us when we (including whites) voted him in.
__________

Way, way before the November, 2008 Presidential election, the African American (Descendants of black American slaves) & non-Hispanic White divide was in existence.

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