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Left-Wing “Anti-People Billionaires” Guilt their Money Away

Posted on December 10 2010 9:00 pm
A life-long conservative Reagan Girl and conservative feminist, Lisa holds a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Sacred Heart University, Fairfield, CT. Lisa is a staunch, unapologetic, Christian supporter and defender of Israel, who considers herself a spiritual Jew. Lisa resides in CT with her family and assortment of rescued pets.

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57 left-wing billionaires have agreed to join “[t]wo fanatically anti-people billionaires” Warren Buffet and Bill Gates in a guilt-fed Giving Pledge to “give” away half their fortunes before or after they die.  Buffet and Gates do not seek to improve the lives of Americans in need, but rather to ease the guilt of wealthy leftists who view prosperity as social injustice.   The entire campaign would be a nice gesture if not for the fact the billionaires in question are leftists donating their money to social justice-style causes seeking to eliminate wealth and job creation, as well as depopulating the earth leftists consider more important than human beings.

The Giving Pledge is nothing more than redistribution of wealth to leftist organizations encouraged by Buffet and Gates, two men who are “dedicated to population control in the Third World, and [a] disastrous effort to reduce the Earth’s population.”

Such actions are justified as helping the needy, but these “anti-people billionaires” are only helping themselves.

Reuters explains that The Giving Pledge does not state how or where billionaires should give their money, nor does it take money from the rich for its own use, rather donors decide where they want the money to go.  However, if one reads Buffet’s own words and views on giving, one sees the opposite.  Buffet himself makes no bones about the fact he believes everyone earning over $250,000 should be taxed extra so the government can give that money away:

I think that people at the high end—people like myself—should be paying a lot more in taxes.  We have it better than we’ve ever had it.  The rich are always going to say that, you know, just give us more money and we’ll go out and spend more and then it will all trickle down to the rest of you.  But that has not worked the last 10 years, and I hope the American public is catching on.

Buffet demands the rich pay back the poor, who do not do the hiring and cannot create wealth if kept on government entitlement programs supported by left-wing zealots who prefer class warfare over wealth creation.  Buffet’s so-called “giving” supports population reduction, not wealth creation.  The public needs to catch on to that.

Buffet and Gates’ views are radically progressive, not conservative.  Wealthy conservatives choose to give their money to private charities building and providing shelters to the homeless, drug and alcohol addicts, battered women, pregnant teens, needy private schools teaching without indoctrination, private-run homes for the elderly and mentally disabled.  Buffet and Gates bequeath their money to organizations that view such people as taking up population space.

Buffet and Gates do not seek to improve the lives of Americans, rather ease the guilt of wealthy progressives who view prosperity as social injustice. They can ease their guilt by ridding the earth’s population through The Giving Pledge.

Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren noted of Buffet and Gates’ campaign and their comments toward the wealthy: “I always thought it was sort of appalling when they [Buffet and Gates] said to the rich, ‘the rich need to pay their fair share,’ as though they weren’t paying their fair share.”  Van Susteren cleverly slapped Buffet’s narcissism adding, “although maybe Warren Buffett isn’t paying his fair share—that it was designed to create class warfare.”

Van Susteren’s analysis is correct.  Buffet and Gates designed a campaign that creates class warfare, and it is working well, pitting American against American.  Many Americans view wealth as greed, because left-wing social justice billionaires brainwashed Americans into believing every wealthy American stole money from the poor.  But how many Americans realize where these so-called wealthy donations via Buffet and Gates are going and for what? How many Americans know what these leftist billionaires think about their fellow man?

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