Aug 12, 2019

๐Ÿค‘ ~ The World’s Wealthiest Family Gets $4 Million Richer Every Hour (Bloomberg) ~ | .. The 25 wealthiest dynasties on the planet control $1.4 trillion. The numbers are mind-boggling: $70,000 per minute, $4 million per hour, $100 million per day .. | Blogger: [๐Ÿ˜ŒGOOD NEWS: An average full-time Walmart store associate in America makes $14.26 per hour, almost double the federal minimum wage of $7.25. An average store manager compensation of $175,000 per year. It also noted that 55 percent of Walmart's American workforce is female, and 44 percent are people of color๐Ÿง‘๐Ÿฟ‍๐Ÿค‍๐Ÿง‘๐Ÿฟ] ...๐Ÿ˜ŸBAD NEWS, not only has (many) Texans blame secret military takeover for Walmart closings, secret tunnels ("Operation Jade Helm."), many are (also) claiming that, in June 14 of 2018 news article came out about 1400 people being held at a closed walmart converted into a refugee detention center. Prophecies about Walmart FEMA camp... AND of course the CIA manipulator site "snopes" will try to debunk, everything... ๐Ÿ’ญ(Robin Hood steals from the rich to feed the poor) - WHAT we should talk about is, how we overtake the greedy elites, not so much as enjoyed pillorying the globalists, like Bo Nilsson bonus of 2bn DKK (CEO in Nets A/S) or other "rich beyond the dreams of avarice", but SIMPLE looking forward to the next (BIG) recession, because it's gonna drain the Dark Powers wallets, completely dry... Since the Great Recession, America's wealthiest (or worlds) 1 percent (actually 0.01%) have been demonized as fat cats who have grown ever richer while the middle class has stagnated. While protesters have called for the 1 percent to be taxed more heavily, economists have been digging into data to develop a better understanding of who the top earners are... ๐Ÿ’ฐ Q & A: "Who are laws really made for, the rich or the poor❓ Are laws made for the poor❓ Yes, Many. Do they work for them❓ NO. Are laws for the rich❓ Yes, Many. Do they work for them❓ YES. Do they realise that they have an upper hand in the eyes law❓ NO. Why❓ Because these laws are so ingrained in our conscious- ness that we think they are rights granted to every citizen. But the truth is that these rights are not equally distributed at all. The rich do not need to protest. When the poor do, they are slapped with charges of sedition, violence and being anti-nationalist" (quora)... |

From left: Jim Walton, Alice Walton, Jim's wife Lynne McNabb Walton, Rob Walton's wife Melani Lowman Walton and Rob Walton. PHOTOGRAPH: RICK T. WILKING / STRINGER


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