THORNTONS EASTER CHOCOLATES
Wage Cap For Millionaires, Campaign To Help The Poor.
- Poverty & Mental Health
- Wage Cap
- Mind, Body & Soul
- Privileged People
- Final Thoughts
Poverty & Mental Health
The reason why people suffer from mental health issues, such as depression and suicide is due to society and the greed of the wealthy. Poverty is associated with volatile income and expenditures. The resulting worries and uncertainty can worsen mental health. https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.aay0214
I blame certain entities and society for my mental health and depression in that I am an advocate on www.disabilityuk.co.uk which is an online journal for people with mental health disabilities.
They should help out the people on low incomes and not roll around in so much wealth whilst the rest of society suffers.
I agree that there are people on this planet that are simply lazy, yet want to have money fall into their laps for free, so these people should be forced to learn a skill and not just be forced into jobs until they are fully trained. Any able-bodied person can learn something and put their skills to good use and if they cannot find work they should be forced to start a business. They should be able to learn, teach and empower.
However, the rest of the population that is capable should not have to suffer at the expense of the wealthy.
What makes some people think they are better than others? According to egocentrism, individuals will overestimate themselves in relation to their self-worth because they believe that they have an advantage that others do not have, as individuals considering their own performance and another’s performance will consider their performance to be better, even when they are in fact equal.
Granted there are many skilled and talented people in this world but they should not earn so much that causes the rest of the world to suffer.
As I write this article I read that politicians in the UK have just had a pay rise. MP’s pay has increased the salary of the UK’s elected representatives by £2,200 according to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) said basic pay would rise from £81,932 to £84,144 https://inews.co.uk/news/politics/mp-pay-rise-2022-politicians-salary-increase-uk-tax-rises-energy-bills-1492279
This means the rise in fuel prices helps to pay their wages. Some politicians are simply pencil pushers stuck in an office all day and may have a modest following of people. I have a larger following of people than some politicians I know, so what makes them any better than me? Given the opportunity, I could do their job and possibly do it better than them, yet I am not on their salaries or even close, and I as well as the rest of the population have to suffer.
What about footballers and their weekly salaries for simply kicking a ball around on a pitch: https://www.spotrac.com/epl/rankings/weekly/ So you are telling me a footballer is more talented than a heart or brain surgeon who is paid nowhere near the salaries they are reported to earn. There is something seriously wrong with society.
There should be a maximum allowable income wage cap for millionaires and billionaires which would help pay off the national debt. It would need to be enacted coupled with an emergency deficit repayment fund. The cap could be set at 5 million per year, and allow a certain percentage of profits to help large and small businesses run. A person or business netted above the 5 million and profits could be funneled directly toward the deficit. Doing this for anywhere from 10-15 years before retiring would pay off our national debt and prevent the necessity of austerity measures.
“It makes me so mad that people have so much wealth, whilst others struggle to survive”.
Some people like the Oligarchs of this world who have accumulated wealth from atrocities such as corruption, w#r, etc are allowed to walk on God’s earth? These people that continue to bleed people dry, need to be brought to justice and need to pay back every penny that they stole.
My question is what are the governments doing with all the frozen money and assets?
I have my own theory but I guess we will never know. One would think that the confiscated money would go to reducing the national debt, however, no one is talking about it, which is really strange and which basically shows who controls the media.
The people that make a difference in this world, all should be wage capped.
- The A-List Actors
- The A-List Singers
- The A-List Celebrities (Chefs, Influencers, Fashion Designers)
- The A-List Sportsman (Footballers)
- The A-List Writers (Authors)
- The CEOs of Corporations (Board of Directors)
- The Politicians
- The World Leaders
- The Bankers
No one should be so high and mighty to not have a wage cap, regardless of one’s status. If I was so wealthy I would live modestly and not flaunt my pink Rolls Royces or my wealth, I would help the rest of the world and make it known that I was helping. I would not be a snob.
Corporate greed is when a corporation puts profit above the well-being of any individual who works for it. The corporation also doesn’t take any social responsibility for its actions. There are so many ways ordinary and successful businesses and corporations out there seemingly suck the life out of people. https://kulturehub.com/corporate-greed-destroying-mental-health/
We have a minimum wage (which is absolutely necessary) because if we didn’t the rich would take advantage and become even richer, hence there are rules and laws to prevent slave labor and to pay the bare minimum. However, the minimum living wage needs to be re-evaluated and the rich or people in power need to live on the minimum wage for at least six to twelve months to see if they can survive before preaching to the rest of us.
If this privileged MP Kit Malthouse is b#tching about how hard done by he is going to be, why does he not trade places with someone living in a council house for a year, living on a minimum wage, or worse still tax credits of £99.23 a week?
If someone cannot manage to live on a salary of £115,000 then there is something seriously wrong that they are not managing their finances properly and this deems the question of why not reduce overheads. If someone with a salary of £115K cannot manage, then how can someone with a salary of perhaps £18K live?
GREEDY PRIVILEGED PEOPLE!
A Tory minister (Kit Malthouse) on a £115,000 salary complained the cost-of-living crisis is hitting him “very significantly”. https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/tory-minister-115k-complains-energy-26609743
Speaking in front of a burning fireplace in his home, the father-of-three told LBC Radio: “As you know, I’ve got children. They need to be fed and that cost is rising.
“My fuel prices are rising quite significantly, and I have to say that in my constituency I’m on oil central heating still, sadly.” He added: “We are feeling it very significantly.”
OMG – Cry Me A River – What about the people on low incomes, how are they supposed to survive? What about the people who are self-employed that live off tax credits of £99.23 per week how are they supposed to live?
These people in power are unreal and need reality checks.
I am so sick and tired of hearing about people that have more money than sense.
The more people write about how the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer maybe it will eventually hit home, although I am not holding my breath. It is disgusting to read that people are so full of themselves and feel they are superior to the rest of us and that they can milk the rest of us dry.
All I have is a voice and a platform to write on and it will not stop me from campaigning to help the poor or the people with depression and mental health issues.
Even after my websites are gone I will leave a legacy behind and write it in my books. My words will linger forever.
The reason why the world is the way it is is that the wealthy and elite have teamed up together from the government AND the private sector, to run up the national debt. It should be the rich and well-connected who pay back the debt that THEY incurred and not the poor that have to suffer not only poverty but ill health.
My question is the earth does not belong to any one particular person it is a place where we all have to live, so why is it that people think they can dictate, demand, and command when the earth does not belong to anyone? We should all live in harmony with one another and help one another not steal from each other. Elon Musk is building a colony on Mars so does that mean Mars belongs to Elon Musk? If people can make claims to the land, water, oil, and gas, then what is next, will there be a claim to the oxygen we breathe or the energy from the Sun, essentially putting a price on warm sunny days?
This is affecting people’s mental health and causing emotional distress. How many people will die from poverty, suicide, and w#r because of the elitists? They pretend to care but all they care about is themselves.
“I Blame The Greedy Elite For Trying To Destroy Everyone Else Who Is Trying To Simply Survive On This God Foresaken Crazy Planet, Full of Greedy People”.
I was going to put a paywall on this article similar to what a lot of online newspapers are doing as I would love to campaign and speak on behalf of people on low incomes, but cannot afford to do it alone on my own income as the majority of us are all in the same boat and we are all here to survive. I do have an advantage though I have a platform to put my point across and a large network of connections on LinkedIn connected to some very affluential people so my voice will be heard. I just need some support to be able to campaign further. If you can spare £3.00 this will go towards advertising and marketing costs. My next topic of discussion will be “How To Become A Billionaire”.
I will put the link below:
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