Street Democracy writes:
Unfortunately this is to desensitise the masses here in the West, to indirectly promote the ruling elites attitude towards the poor as the new thought of the decade.
It is to advertise what the rich actually believe as they new spirit of the age.
However, it is nothing compared to what the rich really think of the poor, this is still to come out but I am sure it will.
I know some elites believe the poor are a drain on resources, are a waste upon this planet. They are a financial burden, a social annoyance and a drain also on the economy and that’s just the Tory Party in the UK!
Squalid living of destitution, severe poverty, mocks the illusion, the lie of a social democracy on a large political landscape across each nation.
Our venal economic masters are guilty of many things but financial disparity is definitely one of them.
They are guilty of failing the ‘trickle down effect’ and taking all the wealth of each nation and manipulating the financial system to produce a corrupt form of capitalism.
We were blinded into thinking our world could even support a capitalist system.
Poverty is victimhood by force, it is by evil and satanic corporate agents that drains the local economy from all over the globe that inflicts such economic harm and then these ruling elites, the extravagant wealth of the world, demonise those they have robbed.
A monetary system that is a lie. Money is a man made which is made from thin air. It has no relation to precious metals across the seas, it is just a cashier asleep bank person typing digits onto a screen.
This man knows it. There attitude is, there are those with power and those without and those without are useless eaters only worth enslaving to keep them to a life style they demand. The rest are disposable.
For more on this callous story click here: Brit who caused outrage over ‘poor people’ comments flees Singapore after losing job or continue reading.
‘A British businessman who mocked the poor has fled Singapore after receiving death threats and losing his job as a wealth fund manager.
Anton Casey caused an uproar in the country after posting a series of abusive photographs on Facebook where he called a local taxi driver a “retard” and referred to commuters as “the poor”.’