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4 weeks ago

Welcome to The Master's Voice End Times Prophecy Blog: (Hear the words of the Lord).


Today's word: The leaders of the United States are shown for what they are- compromised, self-seeking taskmasters who abuse the citizens and squeeze financial life out of them. Taxes are unfair and inequality rife in Mystery Babylon, "the most unequal nation since ancient Rome." Judgement will come even through the leaders of America, along with economic hardships, another financial crash and eventual defeat by foreign armies. These are the words of the Lord, let us turn to Him in faith for salvation as those who trust in Him.

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1 month ago

1.Human food. Truth from Jewish Rabbi Finklestein
2. Heads in the sand
3. Hierarchy of inequality
4. Men don't be Simps (suckers)
5. Angel Eyes, full song and images

1 month, 2 weeks ago

Political Science and History. The true story for representation in democratic government within the fight between the rich and the poor. How inequality works in political systems as money influences and indoctrinates younger generations. How money is involved in polotics.

5 months, 3 weeks ago

Please do not ignore the suffering of the hedge fund managers! The GameStop / AMC / RobinHoood situation has been very hard on them and they need your help.

source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDFqodrd3dQ

10 months ago

We speak to Oxfam’s Max Lawson, co-author of ‘The Inequality Virus’. He discusses how Coronavirus has accelerated skyrocketing wealth inequality around the world, the astronomical wealth billionaires such as Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk have made during the Coronavirus pandemic in contrast to hundreds of millions falling into poverty, a stark COVID-19 vaccine inequality between wealthier nations and poorer nations, solutions to alleviate this wealth inequality and much more!
We contacted Pfizer about the allegation made in this show and they said: “During the pandemic, instead of using a traditional cost-effectiveness approach, we are pricing in a way that can help governments ensure that there is little to no out-of-pocket costs for their populations. Broad access is important – speed, safety and availability are driving us. Our pricing strategy is based on volume, advance commitments, equity and affordability principles.
It is important to note that our COVID-19 vaccine development and manufacturing costs have been entirely self-funded, and we have already invested billions of dollars (and are prepared to continue bearing the costs of all development and manufacturing scape-up costs) in an effort to find a solution to this pandemic.”
We contacted Jeff Bezos about the allegations and the UK PR Head at Amazon told us: “Since the start of last year, Amazon has created nearly half a million jobs with starting pay that’s twice the U.S. federal minimum, industry-leading benefits that start on the first day of work, and excellent opportunities for career growth, all while working in a safe, modern work environment. Our total spend on special bonuses and pay incentives for hourly employees was over $2.5 billion in 2020.”
Source: Going Underground on RT

10 months ago

Nick Hanauer is a successful business leader, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. Hanauer has founded, co-founded, or invested in dozens of companies. He was the first non-family investor in Amazon.com, and a company he founded, aQuantive, later sold to Microsoft for 6.4 billion dollars.

In recent years, Hanauer has established himself as a civic innovator, public speaker, and fierce critic of America’s growing income inequality. He is the founder of Civic Ventures, a public policy incubator in Seattle devoted to catalyzing significant social change, and the co-author of two bestselling books—The True Patriot and Gardens of Democracy. His policy pieces for outlets including Politico, Bloomberg News, and TED have gone viral, reaching audiences of tens of millions.

10 months, 2 weeks ago

Infographics on the distribution of wealth in America, highlighting both the inequality and the difference between our perception of inequality and the actual numbers. The reality is often not what we think it is.


10 months, 3 weeks ago

VertigoPolitix: The Iron Law of Inequality

A philosophical critique of the leveling process inherent to liberal socialism and the postmodern religion of Equalism...



1 year, 5 months ago

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Thomas Sowell discusses economic inequality, racial inequality, and the myths that have continued to falsely describe the system of poverty among different racial and economic classes. He explains the economic theories behind these pervasive myths and proposes fact-based solutions for seemingly intractable situations.

Sowell discusses his early life as a high school dropout and his first full-time job as a Western Union messenger delivering telegrams. He admits to flirting with Marxism in his early twenties as he first tried to grapple with the housing inequality he saw across the neighborhoods of New York City. Marxism, he says, was the only explanation he could find at the time. He went on to serve in the Marine Corps before continuing his education in economics at Harvard and earning a master’s at Columbia and a PhD at the University of Chicago.

Sowell’s first job after his receiving his PhD in economics was working for the Department of Labor, and he says it was there that he realized Marxism was not the answer. He argues that the government has its own institutional interests in inequality that cannot be explained through Marxism. He began to be discouraged by Marxism and the government in general and began searching for better economic ideas and solutions (the free market).

Robinson and Sowell discuss Sowell’s written works, his ideas of racial and economic inequality, the state of the United States today, and much more.

2 years, 2 months ago

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This video illustrates a segment of a debate between the Melbourne University Freedom Society, arguing in favor of the proposition "Capitalism is better than Socialism", and the University of Melbourne Socialist Alternative. The speaker John Hajek argues for the affirmative. Watch the full debate here: https://youtu.be/lDiz0NEUNyc

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All Across America, licensed by Audio Blocks (outro)

2 years, 8 months ago

Nick Hanauer on inequality Banned Ted Talk

2 years, 11 months ago

One of the few subjects on which we all seem to agree is the need for justice. But our agreement is only seeming because we mean such different things by the same word. Whatever moral principle each of us believes in, we call justice, so we are only talking in a circle when we say that we advocate justice, unless we specify just what conception of justice we have in mind. This is especially so today, when so many advocate what they call "social justice"—often with great passion, but with no definition. All justice is inherently social. Can someone on a desert island be either just or unjust?

Text version: https://www.hoover.org/research/quest-cosmic-justice

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--- Thomas Sowell
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Chapter 3 of "The Quest For Cosmic Justice" audiobook by Thomas Sowell, read by Robertson Dean

Publisher: Blackstone Audio Books
Buy it: https://www.amazon.ca/Quest-Cosmic-Justice-Thomas-Sowell/dp/0684864630
--------: https://www.audible.ca/pd/The-Quest-for-Cosmic-Justice-Audiobook/B074TRVGZX

This is not a comforting book -- it is a book about disturbing issues that are urgently important today and enduringly critical for the future. It rejects both "merit" and historical redress as principles for guiding public policy. It shows how "peace" movements have led to war and to needless casualties in those wars. It argues that "equality" is neither right nor wrong, but meaningless.

The Quest for Cosmic Justice shows how confused conceptions of justice end up promoting injustice, how confused conceptions of equality end up promoting inequality, and how the tyranny of social visions prevents many people from confronting the actual consequences of their own beliefs and policies. Those consequences include the steady and dangerous erosion of the fundamental principles of freedom -- and the quiet repeal of the American revolution.

3 years ago