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com) The richest 1% of people own 43% of the world’s wealth. The richest 20% of people own 94% of the world’s wealth. The other 80% of people own 6% of the world’s wealth. The poorest 60% of people own 3% of the world’s wealth. (All but the ﬁrst sentence according to therules.org) ! This distribution of wealth is grossly unjust. Those who are rich proclaim the justice of this distribution loudly (through the public media, which they own almost all of), endlessly, and sometimes subtly. ! However, the existing distribution of wealth is not the result, mostly, of any just process, such as “those who work hard and/or smart become more wealthy.” ! The existing distribution of wealth is the result, largely, of selﬁshness, force, violence, intimidation, power, theft, unfair appropriation, unfair laws, unfair regulation and the lack of regulation, unfair taxation, socialization of costs, privatization of proﬁts, the astronomical proﬁts created by the totally unconstitutional federal reserve system for its private owners (banksters), luck, and the lack of conscience and consciousness. ! The existing distribution of wealth causes huge, devastating problems worldwide--starvation, extreme poverty among extremely hard working people, social degradation, chemical pollution, the extreme waste and misuse of resources, unemployment, ecological chaos, superﬂuous waste, the extreme imbalance of power--such as to make democracy a fantasy and illusion, the loss of human solidarity, warfare, fortunes wasted on weapons, the loss of civil liberties, police states, dictatorships, the destruction of nature.
! If the United States had even its own interest at heart, in a wise way, it would work diligently to bring a more just distribution of wealth and power to the Earth. However, the fact is, this problem is growing worse and worse, year by year, and the United States is strenuously using it’s economic and military power to advance this growing imbalance. Due to its selﬁsh shortsightedness and hugely undemocratic nature. ! May wisdom come to us.