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Kris Vallotton -- Mocking the Poor with Eight Arrogant and False Contrasts

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Such superiority. Do you really want to review history and see all wealth has wrought because it does not always end well. If you did not know where your next meal was coming from or how to get medicine of you are ill, wouldn't you have a healthy fear of the future? Why does Vallotton hate the poor so much that he excludes them from possibly making history. I can think of 12 poor people who turned the world upside down.

5. Poverty blames others for their condition, while wealth takes responsibility for things that aren't their fault.

This is hysterical. Wealth does not take responsibility when it is their fault, let alone when it is not. While it is true that some may blame poverty on other factors, those factors are usually pretty accurate. once again notice the moral dichotomy Vallotton presents. Rich people are righteous and poor people do not take personal responsibility. How sadly skewed his world view is. To look down on the poor with such contempt and disdain.

6. Poverty asks, "What are you going to do for me?" Wealth asks, "Who is worthy of my investment?"

Who is worthy of my investment? Yeah, that's real humble Kris. The reality in this country is that corporate welfare, which is celebrated, costs us far more than individual welfare for the poor yet corporatism is lauded and the poor are shamed at every turn. Kris is merely piling on here. The nerve of those poverty mindset folks just looking for a handout.

7. Poverty hangs around with other disgruntled people who validate their accusations. Wealthy people surround themselves with other powerful influencers.

Yes those poor people like to hang around each other Kris. Nothing worse the entitled, starving people, living in abject poverty and squalor who have the nerve to blame others. They really dampen the spirits of those abundance mindset powerful influencers who are busy trying to make history. Once again beloved, how pathetic to infer that someone who is poor cannot make a powerful influence on someone's life.

8. Poverty votes for candidates that increase their entitlements. Wealth elects officials who will sacrifice today's comfort for tomorrow's children.

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