Hello my viewers,
When I speak to people about what they can do to help bring peace on earth, they usually complain that they are not rich and powerful and therefore can have no effect. Yes, according to the article below, only a handful of people basically own as much as half the population of earth. And there are other reports that tell you the 4 largest financial families own 80% of all corporate profits. And on and on and on......
So I say to those of poor and mediocre incomes..... "think David and Goliath..." but then think of 7 billion Davids against a handful of Goliaths! Once you get that image in your mind then you begin to FEEL YOUR POWER and maybe that will begin to get you off the couch and onto the playing field.
If you follow what is now happening on www.ITCCS.org (International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State) you will begin to learn that Common Law requires only 12 people to form a jury which can then issue warrants for the arrests of criminals such as the Pope! And yes....this is happening right now!
So do not be disheartened....keep your eye focused as a single eye.....seeing the 99% in peaceful and prosperous power on this planet.... and then continue to share my website and this information with others because that gesture alone will help spread the truth and begin to make a positive shift in this glorious quest.
Thank you for being here and I appreciate you telling others about my website. Getting this information across the world is one way YOU are helping to make positive changes.
In Love, Light, Peace and Service,
Posted by M Caulfield
January 21, 2014
Wealth inequality continues to grow: the world's 85 richest individuals now own as much, as the poorest half of the global population, according to a report released by Oxfam. The report calls on governments to target international tax dodgers and invest in public institutions like healthcare, and to implement progressive taxes and eradicate opaque political structures that encourage corruption. According to the report, 210 people have become billionaires within the past year, joining a select group of 1,426 individuals who have a combined net worth upwards of $5.4 trillion. The combined wealth of the richest one percent of people in the world now amounts to over $110 trillion.
"This massive concentration of economic resources in the hands of fewer people presents a significant threat to inclusive political and economic systems,... Instead of moving forward together, people are increasingly separated by economic and political power, inevitably heightening social tensions and increasing the risk of societal breakdown," the report stated.
Oxfam is an international confederation of 17 organizations that work in approximately 90 countries worldwide to find solutions to poverty and related injustice around the world. The non-profit organization believes that there are many laws and regulations which are designed to benefit the rich, according to various polls conducted across the world.
"A survey in six countries (Spain, Brazil, India, South Africa, the UK and the U.S.) showed that a majority of people believe that laws are skewed in favor of the rich," the report stated