The Haves vs. Have Nots: Judging Society With a Slice of Pizza
By: Roger Landry (TLB)
Watching these short videos has moved me to speak up a on a topic that far too many of us are intentionally blind to, or intentionally ignore …
Why does it seem to prove out a majority of the time that those who have the most will protect it with extreme prejudice, and those who have the least are most apt to share the quickest.
Today we live in a society where ultimately those who have the most are paying less in cost or privilege, and those who have the least are paying more in cost, pride and freedom.
This is not the foundation America was built on, but it is an evolution of a society fixated more and more on possessions and the ME mindset, and less on people, or the society that surrounds them, or the WE concept … even if we are only talking about a simple slice of pizza!
It also seems that anyone who intrudes into that protected and guarded bubble of comfort or isolation is immediately perceived as a threat to some degree and greed immediately oozes to the surface in the false perception of self defense or the preservation of “what is mine” regardless of whether they enjoy an overabundance, and a little charity is no great sacrifice … Now I am not saying this happens all the time, but often enough to see a trend that accelerates in modern society today.
And this divide or chasm separating the haves and the have nots grows wider daily.
Is Compassion Dying …
There are many (but today a shrinking minority) who still benefit from the system as it is, a system that in many cases only truly benefits the haves (welfare or food stamps ultimately perpetuate poverty …), while isolating and taxing (physically and monetarily) to the point of exhaustion, the have nots. The real problem here is even many of those who consider themselves among the haves will soon be introduced via a serious wake up call into the realm of the have nots as an inevitable global monetary/currency correction ensues.
Even if the elite, through all this, have their way and smother the world with global governance, there are only so many seats at the elites dinner table and over 99% of you who falsely believe that you have a seat, will be seriously disappointed when your invitation to dinner never arrives!
Maybe being a little kinder to the growing number of have nots surrounding you is not such a bad idea, because the day is coming soon when your bubble of comfort will POP, and it may just be you asking for “a slice of pizza please”.
As You Sow … So You Shall Reap
For all who think this is just my opinion … my understanding of my isolated world … Please watch and understand that this is not an isolated case and this social experiment has been conducted numerous times in various communities and localities…
May I Have a Slice of Pizza Please?
And if you think this only happens in America … watch this …
Parting Shot …
Many of these Have Nots, the poor or the unfortunate in this world are looked down on by the “Haves” almost as if they are somehow less than human. or carried a communicable disease. Yet from what I have just presented to you (and I could provide MANY more videos), they actually represent the most compassionate in a society that all but rejects them …
And you say … ???
About the Author: Roger Landry (TLB) spent about three decades of his adult life either in, or working for the military, with about two decades working directly for the Military Industrial Complex facilitating DOD contracts. His awakening to Political, Economic, and Health realities was less than ten short years ago. Since that time he has founded The Liberty Beacon Project (TLB) consisting of a half dozen proprietary global websites, media projects such as TLBTV, and partner websites across the planet. He contributes regularly to multiple forums both in and outside of TLB Project. Most of Roger’s articles can be found on the TLB flagship website TheLibertyBeacon.com
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