posted on Feb, 10 2013 @ 01:10 PM
Anyone who tells me that if he makes 10 billion, he only needs to put in 1 billion is just a selfish jerk.
That's 9 billion he makes, a year, while the rest of the world is starving.
Is this morally and ethically fair?
Do not misinterprete the tithe system. 10% is the minimum and meant for social welfare for the community. God do not need money, but would want those
money, a mortal system of exchange for goods and services, to be recirculated amongst members in the community so that all may have a share leaving
none behind, with those whom are poor pitied and forgivien for not being able to contribute while the rich chastised if they refused to give more
while hoarding up the rest for themselves and their own.
As we progressed and evolved, with higher population growth and increased needs for social expenditure to meet and help everyone, taxes extended from
tithe and rosed to ensure wealth is circulated, although in the old days, it ended in the king's treasury instead of being used for social
But today, our secular soceity is much different from monarchial rule whereby every penny used is transparent, for social expenditure as well as for
funding infrastructure costs and the economy so that the returns will be many times what had been spent in terms of social and economic activities to
help future generations progress even further.
Dr Carson may be an intelligent man, but by his speech, it seems that he best remain in his speciality or his credibility will be lost if he spoke
beyond his limited range. Technocrats are good people, but they are either specialists in the field and knows nothing more of governance of a complex
nation, or simply beholden to those whom had funded their research and careers.