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reply to post by St0rD
WOW... Just... Wow... Ok. This person, this O'Leary fellow, is going to be about as popular as ebola virus from here on out, if there is any justice what so ever. How can anyone look at the statistic that was being discussed, and say "Oh really? Thats great news! Lets have a barbeque to celebrate! We can call all the kids from the projects, and have them look over next doors fence at us, enjoying salmon steaks and caviar on crackers."
Just so we are clear, there is no way to celebrate the 85 people on that list, while remaining aware of the fact that their collecting wealth in the way they do, is partially responsible for the plight of the less well off, both in the Western developed world, and in the third world. You cannot celebrate the worst excesses of capitalism, without celebrating the starvation and death of the worlds poorest people, because one creates the circumstances which allow the other. This O'Leary bastard is either deluded, or evil. I do not care which, I just hope he suffers an ironic twist in his fortunes which re-educates him as to the way of the world.
Did anyone get the impression that he's playing a character role that people expect of him?
Have you ever seen him on Shark Tank?
I'm not sure he's really this stupid.
Would you be so kind as to help me understand that figure?
How much is needed to feed the third world for a year? 100 000 000$ ?!
He and all of them will at some point. Never forget Mary Antuinette, or however you spell the wicked witch that said of her starving people " let them eat cake".
reply to post by LittleByLittle
Does this guy play a role as a pawn to the elite-controllers, as a means stir up the pot, and get the rest pissed off at mere upper middle class people?