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Is it moral for our governments to impose poverty on us?

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Is it moral for our governments to impose poverty on us?

Taxation determines what poverty levels will exist within it’s demographic form. It controls the graph shown below. Governments control taxation and thus control poverty levels directly.

Imagine if you will, the real truth of that taxation, if used correctly, to move the wealth shown in this graph wherever it wants to, with minimal effect on the whole. The fact is, experts say that such a reality would be a win win for everyone.

https://www.upworthy.com/9-out-of-10-americans-are-completely-wrong-about-this-mind-blowing-fact-2

Not how little of a change would be needed to reach the ideal.

Wise and moral people throughout history, as well as most religious movements, put poverty as the number one enemy to man’s first priority, which is security.

For perhaps the first time in history, we have the wealth where we could end poverty quite easily, --- just with our collective loose change.

It would seem to me that governments are not acting ethically and should be chastised.

I guess that George Carlin, a wise person, was correct in what he said of what Americans cannot feel in their anal orifices. I apply the same condition to the vast majority of the world.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-14SllPPLxY

If true that we are being willfully ignorant, and do not even care about each other to insure we live in a moral environment, then our owners have succeeded in cowering man’s moral nature to a state of subservience. We have given up our freedom. If we ever had any.

We have all accepted to be slaves. Shame on us all.

We do not live in a Democracy. We live in a Hypocrisy.

We can easily rid ourselves of poverty.

Should we?

Morality says yes.

Will we do the right thing?

Not till hell freezes over.

Regards

DL

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On 7/25/2019 at 10:35 AM, Gnostic Christian Bishop said:

Is it moral for our governments to impose poverty on us?

Gun control = poverty.

The arbitrary and permanent mental health smears on our character which have served to justify arbitrary restrictions on gun ownership, do not help us find jobs or earn competitive wages sufficient to provide us with food, clothing, and shelter.

Forget medical care. Crooked doctors are in cahoots with crooked cops to inflict medieval punishments on an involuntary basis under a false guise of health care.

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6 hours ago, Gnostic Christian Bishop said:

Idiots abound.

I can't really disagree with that. You can't get your work done or do your job or run your business on all that marijuana and weed constantly being dealt by city hall.

19 Things Emotionally Intelligent People Do? Come on. People have emotions, issues, relationships, whatever, but these have no bearing on accomplishing specific tasks or goals that need to be accomplished at work or for business or otherwise in order to fulfil one's basic needs and objective necessities of life.

New Research Claims Fewer 'Economically Attractive' Men Causes Fewer Couples Than Ever to Get Married. But 1 Thing Might Matter a Lot More Income, education, and job status do matter to some degree. But another factor could make a bigger difference. ... feel more satisfied with their work, earn more promotions, and make more money.

It's a vicious circle in the liberal left's downtown red-light district. The bachelors are too eligible, and whores and thieves everywhere are hustling and bustling and picking pockets in the dizzying haze of legal marijuana smoke emanating from the Democrat boiler room in the basement of city hall. And the "deals" are going down in a smoke-filled back room just as in Al Capone's heyday 100 years ago.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/homeless-in-america-the-issues-forcing-people-in-seattle-onto-the-street-60-minutes-2019-12-01/

"Rent is obscene here": The issues forcing people in Seattle onto the street

Anderson Cooper visits a tent city in the Seattle area and hears from some of America's more than 500,000 homeless people

... cities on the West Coast have seen a dramatic rise in the number of people who are "unsheltered." That's the term used to refer to anyone who's homeless, but not sleeping in a shelter. They're the people you see sleeping on streets or in parks, in tent encampments, or in vehicles. Why has the unsheltered population been going up at a time of economic expansion and low unemployment? One answer is rising rents in hot real estate markets. Take Seattle and surrounding King County, which are booming thanks to high-tech companies but now have the third highest number of homeless people in the country.

Guns are banned in big cities in the United States; there is no actual ownership of real property by the subject populace: police officers, security professionals, landlords and realitors all have the run of our homes and keys to our locks. They hustle us and burgle us for guns and valuables, while drug dealers and prostitutes operate with total impunity in plain view of the swarms of police officers who harass and persecute us day and night. Once we were law-abiding, but now the laws and the court systems have turned evil, and are bent against us to destroy our lives without cause in ignorance and contempt of our own complaints of ongoing criminal activity.

We are in a strange position where we must reject the law in order to remain just or righteous. There is a higher law to which we are called; and it has not been said in vain,

God's law breaks all other laws.

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