Re: Are Billionairs Greedy Blood Suckers and Thiev
Posted By: ras marcus In Response To: Re: Are Billionairs Greedy Blood Suckers and Thiev (selassielive)
Date: Tuesday, 5 September 2006, at 4:02 p.m.
In Response To: Re: Are Billionairs Greedy Blood Suckers and Thiev (selassielive)
That is the point I am trying to make, the working class do all of the productive work, and is paid minimum wages or there about, the management takes a large salary throughout the year, which is much more than they need to get by in normal life, so once the workers are paid their minimum wages, or there about, that is it for the workers. At the end of the year, the management and their family share the profits from the productive labor, among themselves, the workers are not considered in this financial area, because the business was created by individuals, although, it could not be made prosperous just by the individual among themselves, you are so right, that is how capitalism functions, so it makes some multi- billionaires, while others live in abject poverty, although they spend all of their life, working hard, just to make ends meet. I do think that if the masses of the people work hard, throughout their life time, and are under paid, in such a manner, that they live in abject poverty, while their bosses, live in continuous luxury, having more than their hearts can wish for, it is a crime against humanity. It is not much different, from slave trading activities, when African people were working on the plantation, and working hard too, but at the same time, were being treated as less than human being. I think that too much for the few, and too little for the masses, is definately a crime and greedy attitudes against humanity.
Again I send many oceans of blessings and self determination to African people everywhere
ONE BLACK HEART ONE BLACK LOVE
Baba Ras Marcus
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