“we” aren’t doing any of that. We’re trained, you and I, to punish the poor as moral failures and not look at the irrationally wealthy as moral failures for doing the same things on grander scales. The more we focus on someone looking for: house, food and forced to play a tiny version of the same games as the wealthy to get there, we punish them as moral failures for playing a mini version of the games of the wealthy. And then we don’t turn around and ascribe the same moral failings to the wealthy. So as long as excessive focus is on the poor playing minigames of the wealthy without the wealthy getting the same moral failure ascribed to them, I will give the poor a pass because they’re not using it get house #2, 3, 4, yacht #7, servants, etc.

 “we” aren’t doing any of that.
We’re trained, you and I, to punish the poor as moral failures and not look at the irrationally wealthy as moral failures for doing the same things on grander scales.
The more we focus on someone looking for: house, food and forced to play a tiny version of the same games as the wealthy to get there, we punish them as moral failures for playing a mini version of the games of the wealthy.
And then we don’t turn around and ascribe the same moral failings to the wealthy.
So as long as excessive focus is on the poor playing minigames of the wealthy without the wealthy getting the same moral failure ascribed to them, I will give the poor a pass because they’re not using it get house #2, 3, 4, yacht #7, servants, etc.
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