Rich people stay alive longer and get what they want. Poor people won`t live that long and get
what they need if they can afford to buy it. Rich people waste their money on what they want.
So it is good, good, good, good. And that is why it is good to steal from the rich and give to the poor.
The rich are in the position they are in because they have exploited other people. They did not get their money free and clear. Therefore I think stealing from the rich and giving to the people they used and abused to gain their wealth is a completely reasonable response. As long as no violence is involved, I don't see a problem with it.
The rich have stolen their wealth from the poor. They have formed laws that allow them to legally steal from the poor because they own the laws. The poor cannot afford to make any laws and just want to have an equal opportunity to compete with the rich, so they have no choice then to steal. In our current system, everything is gear to benefit the rich and hardly anything to benefit the poor. The income inequality is huge and therefore stealing from the rich to give to the poor is only trying to level the plain field. The rich call it "stealing" but in reality its really call "surviving". The rich people say its unfair to steal because its not them in need but if the tables are turn they would do the same thing as the poor do "survive!"
When I refer to the 'rich', I'm referring to those who have so much wealth that they do not appreciate all the luxuries they have. A new iPhone on the market, they must have it, and so they discard the perfectly functional one they have. I'm talking about people who have so much wealth that its no big deal if they lose something. To someone out there, that phone can provide so much money, that they can provide a few meals for their family. In cases like these, I think its alright.
It's sad to think that one man holds all of the richness that could help one hundred others, who have almost nothing. That is called greed and selfishness. Everyone in this world deserves to be happy and some people focus too much on money, instead of other people. We are all humans and we should help each other, not take advantage of one another.
If someone is poor, they are only poor because they are too stupid and incompetent to actually work for their own living. It is easier to just steal what they need because they can. The government will give any lazy person everything they need, so it just makes sense to take everything the producers of the world have worked for and use it for ourselves. Earning money is impractical. When everyone learns that stealing from the rich is acceptable, everyone will be able to sit around and have an easy life. Of course, when that happens, the human race will die off because no one will be willing to produce the things we need to survive, but that is a problem for people in the future. We should just do what makes our lives easier and not worry about the consequences.
As some other smart ally has stated, the game is rigged. Money (in the world most perceive), is power. With power you can change laws, faces and even thoughts (to an extent). So those who are without money, thus powerless, deserve to be trodden under the oblong feet of injustice?
Theft, in this special case, should be permitted because not only is the game rigged, but the dealers are the cheaters, meaning that poor people don't even have the power to rig the game for themselves. In some cases of the extreme poor, there is absolutely no escape from poverty because there is no education. No person deserves to live such a life. Thus, we must permit the acts of Prometheus (or Robin Hood, for the fans).
Yes, only because the wealthy were able to create a system in which they "fixed" the odds to give themselves the advantages legally at the expense at the rest of everyone else. Consider how some of the original robber barons from the 1800s industrial revolution era made their money. Poor worker laws monopolizing the market economies of their day until it was illegal. Jump ahead 100 years or more, and look at the bailout in 2008. Many of the companies such as Goldman, Chase, etc., were fined after they demanded a 800 billion dollar bailout for making poor decisions that were motivated by pure greed. The sad thing is the government should have bailed out the homeowners who were lied to by these companies and mislead, instead the government bails out the greedy bankers and slaps a few of them with a small fine. This is a example of capitalism run amuck, or selective socialism. How can a average citizen compete with the wealthy when the game is already rigged so they have bad odds to begin with. The answer is you can't the game needs to be reset with new rules and fixed.
If you claim most of the wealth for yourself, and protect and increase it by laws you buy, over the back of everybody else, youre stealing from the public. We are all born on this planet and should have equal rights to the land and resources. Stealing from the rich and giving to the poor is just justice by force
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Many successful people have worked 16-18 hour days to get to where they are. Why should they be penalized with 50% tax, mansion taxes, and a whole load of other taxes which do not apply to many others? Tax should be fair! Everyone should pay the same percentage, irrespective of how much they earn.
Life is like a long game consisting of a lot of educational values. The people that work hard within it get rewards in return. People such as the poor are the ones that don't want to take enough effort into working or getting an education. Poor people want to play easy, while the rich love a hard game. Easy = Low Pay, Hard = Higher Pay. There are many people who are poor and are possibly not living a modern lifestyle, but they have to think about how much was caused in the past from their elders. If you don't hard, you won't get rich no matter what you do. Stealing is wrong and it's unfair to the rich, but the only thing I could say to the rich would be to donate portions of money and help poor people such as good friends or family, but they must work hard for it. If I had an estate home worth about $900,000 and I wanted maybe a friend or two to live with me, I would do it for a reason. The idea is that the poor need to work hard, try to be as good of a friend or friends as possible to the rich in a long amount of years. (It's likely that they can help you out even!) (5-10 at the latest). And maybe they'll get the point as to what it really takes to be rich and earn benefits. You never know if you be friends with a rich person and all of a sudden have a place to live with them (If you have a very good friendship with them) so you can have a better lifestyle which I would find much better than stealing, but sadly, most poor people just don't get it because they don't want to apply any work to themselves in order to become rich! If they just apply work within themselves (Ex: Good Friendships, Hard workers to satisfy employers on low to moderate paying jobs they can become rich guaranteed!) Just follow all the rules and work work work and don't stop working! They themselves can become rich in the future which is what everyone should be like.
I am so angry people think that someone being rich makes them mean, what if this person won the lottery, what about singers, actors, or comedians. If the rich can exploit other people to get rich then why can't the poor do the same, oh wait apparently they can because you people think its fair to exploit a rich person for money, the same thing that you accuse the rich of doing. Rich people can be good and some can be bad, poor people can be good and some can be bad. So why do the rich have to endure stereotypes just because you all are bitterly jealous, but if the poor are stereotyped its wrong. Rich people are people too, and no amount of money in the world is going to ease the blow of tons of people calling you a selfish theif
Hello! If God says you should not steal, that should be enough reason. God made us to work and said work is good for us. So if we do not work but wait on someone else to provide for us this is not a good thing! The founders said we have the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness - that does not guarantee that our life will be easy, just gives us the recipe for a successful life -if you mix together the recipe of hard work, creative thinking, some education, and remove the bad taste of government control you will produce a chance at a successful life!
Rich people got their money from their hard work. If they had to give it, nobody would work hard to make money. Also money is valuable to everyone regardless of the amount of money they have. Can you donate 100 dollars without hesitance?? That money is nothing for your survival, but it's hard to just give to the poor.
While the rich may make us roll our eyes with the decisions they make with their money, or the "problems" they complain about, that doesn't mean it's okay to simply take what is theirs. If they earned the money they don't deserve to lose it on the basis of other people wanting it.
No, it is not right to steal from the rich to give to the poor. Regardless of the reasons for it, stealing is not right – morally or legally. However, the rich, who have more than they need, should feel a responsibility to help those in need. That is the real crime – when those who have so much, do not take it upon themselves to help someone who is needy and struggling day to day.
1. You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity.
2. What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.
3. The government cannot give to anybody anything that the government does not first take from somebody else.
4. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it!
5. When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and when the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that is the beginning of the End of any nation
Outright stealing from the rich only encourages a mentality of "class warfare." It's better to encourage a system where everyone works hard for their prosperity, and can become rich through hard work, while at the same discouraging the practice of getting a lot of money by exploiting people. If someone got rich by exploiting people, then taking that money away is not stealing; it's justice.
Rich people don't steal from poor people, and it's not right to steal money from the rich to give to the poor. Most poor people have no knowledge about money, that's why they're poor in the first place, and even if you give money to poor people they will spend money on things like houses, fancy cars, clothes or do dumb things like party everyday, spend money aimlessly and some may even commit suicide.
So, don't steal from anyone. Rich people are rich because of themselves and poor people are poor because of themselves, so if you want to steal from the rich that's bad idea. Poor people won't use the money to do great things or improve their money, they'll just spend without thinking, it's like giving a monkey a gun.