Equality is Subordinate to Profit

In the USA Equality is Subordinate to Profit.

Throughout all of US history the desires of the Wealthy have overridden the needs of the average people.  That is a character flaw we inherited from our old masters in Great Britain, but this nation has fought to keep this defect alive and active.

george-washington-the-first-1-percenterMost of the people who fought in the Revolutionary War against King George III were not 1%ers like Washington and Jefferson. The issues which sparked the Revolution, such as the Stamp Act of 1765, were mostly about Profit issues.

The Original US Constitution with its 3/5ths Compromise, the failure to ban Slavery and the Omission of Universal Voting Rights was written to protect the Business Class of the late 1780’s.

The Conquest and murder of Native Americans and the immoral treatment of them right up to this day is about Greed and Land Acquisition.

AmeriKKKa always tilts towards the desires of its rich people for several reasons including:

  • We worship and trust wealthy people.
  • Wealthy people control the access to, and distribution handling of information (news).
  • We elect politicians who are bought and paid for by the rich.

Everything in this nation is subject to review by Wealthy people, even many religious organizations.

Functional Equality for individuals is still generations away because people don’t fight for it. Women and Minorities have always been the numerical majority in the United States, but more than 200 years into this journey we are still seeking parity because White males like to be in charge.

They do not believe in Equality.

They will not fight for Equality.

Few of them would die to ensure full Equality for White women.

White men in the USA are still too much like the British creeps who they rebelled against. They did not want Full Freedom and Equality. They just wanted those things for themselves.

Thus, I give you the current role model AmeriKKKan male – Donald J Trump


Article by Stephen Maddox Sr.

ebonystephen

I am a former teacher, marketing representative, labor negotiator and small business owner. As a black man born and raised in New York City I learned how to survive in the “neighborhood” and in business. Hearing about and witnessing the trials, tribulations, hopes and fears of my extended family and the people in their lives helped mold my life. Helping others with their own life journeys is my goal.

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