Net News Global geht mobil
Themen - Armut und Reichtum
7:42 [Moon of Alabama] (E)
Mike Bloomberg is the world`s ninth richest person. An oligarch known for strong racism and insulting sexism who once was the Republican mayor of New York City. He since decided that he wants to become president. As he saw no chance to run for a Republican party that is happy with Trump he filed to run as a Democratic candidate. Bloomberg has since bought the Democratic Party in every state as well as the DNC: The DNC told Mike Gravel they wouldn`t change the debate rules for any candidate. "That`s our #1 rule - we can`t change the rules for anybody." A few months later, they changed the debate rules to let oligarch Bloomberg into the debates... after he gave the DNC $300K. His political tactic is very simple. He does not talk about issues, as people would not like what he has to say, but simply spends tons of money
7:40 [Global Research] (E)
By Stephen Lendman - The annual Davos billionaire’s ball — aka World Economic Forum — continues until Friday. Once a year, prominent movers and shakers gather together in Switzerland to plot their next moves for greater self-enrichment at the expense of exploited masses. They’ve never had things better, but it’s never enough, using money to make more of it, indifferent to the real world of ordinary people, uncaring about their daily struggle to get by. On Tuesday, Trump addressed the forum, his usual display of bombast, bravado, Big Lies and deception featured, wrapped in the American flag — likely fooling his faithful back home, his public remarks and tweets intended for them. The “great American comeback” he trumpeted about (pun intended) exists only for the privileged few, no others.
2:51 [TheHill.com] (E)
In what society do 5-year-old kids have “lunch debt”.
5-year-old pays off lunch debt for over 120 classmates with stand selling cider, cocoa and cookies
20:30 [Zero Hedge] (E)
Elon Musk, who claimed during his recent successful trial versus Vern Unsworth that he was "short on cash" despite being worth over $20 billion, has no problems making exorbitant purchases. Believe it or not, but these "financial hardships" haven`t stopped Musk from buying out entire neighborhoods in Los Angeles, according to the Wall Street Journal, which took a look into the CEO`s property portfolio.
18:07 [Deutsche Welle/Youtube] (E)
Homelessness, hunger and shame: poverty is rampant in the richest country in the world. Over 40 million people in the United States live below the poverty line, twice as many as it was fifty years ago. It can happen very quickly.
Warning: fopen(inc/cache/kat_138_en_0_.html): failed to open stream: Permission denied in /www/htdocs/w005cd3a/inc/cache.class.php on line 43
Zitat des Tages
Jede übersteigerte Ordnung deutet auf Anarchie.