These laws that have been created is beneficial to the rich. The ones responsible creating these policies are the ones who want the lower class to suffer to gain money. Peace is granted to the upper class because of the power they have ignoring the poor. The state needs wealthy allies to become powerful and richer which the laws that are created limit the poor having no access to
With the introduction of money, this rule is virtually nullified because money does not spoil. However, Locke still says “every one had a right to as much as he could use” (Locke 28). In today’s world, there is such an uneven distribution of personal wealth that some people might have barely enough to live on, or even nothing to live on at all. In contrast, there are others who have more personal wealth than they even know what to do with. For example, some of the richest people in the world today, such as Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, have made “The Giving Pledge”, meaning that they have made a vow to donate at least half of their wealth to charity.
“We're all different from you. You see, we were born different. It's in our blood,” says Tom during a conversation with Gatsby. A gap between the rich and the poor is evident throughout the novel. What the American Dream is fixated on is wealth, but as Philip Cross mentions in his article, “No group occupies the moral high ground.
Whether what kind of job you have, what kind of character you have, what material you can own, and whether people cared about you or not. The rich, the middle class, and the poor have all divided society. Fitzgerald represented the division in his novel “The Great Gatsby”. In “The Great Gatsby” Jay was a poor man and just pretended to be rich (Upper class) in order to get Daisy but Tom and other individuals in the upper class knew Jay was actually poor. Therefore, the upper class used Jay without actually caring about him; all because Jay was a poor man just trying to fit in.
Many people in America have always been reaching far and high for success, but many people also have a specific definition of success, which is wealth. Just like in the story, relationships in present day are very flawed. People choose to marry someone who is rich instead of someone who they really love, and many couples cheat on each other. Unlike what many people would like to believe, money cannot always buy you happiness. Instead of trying hard to reach a goal of immense wealth and a perfect life all the time, try to do what makes you happy, live for now, and never take anything in life for
Jordan Belfort said, “ Being a stock-broker is like selling a garbage to a garbage man”. The investor didn 't notice that he feels rich in papers but the reality the stock-broker who earns cash is the reality rich. Jordan Belfort is a corrupt person and wanted his partners to also feel how to be rich so they Establish a new brokerage named Stratford-Oakmont. At first it have a staff of 20 then it grows to 250. As the brokerage rapidly growing and they treat some employees to make money and don 't waste a single second because their staff are poors and some doesn 't graduate any degree and also doesn 't finish high
Once you look closely in our situation, you could see how the wealthy people differ from the poor. Here in the Philippines, power is reserved only for the rich and it is evident in our government. Wealthy people are favored by the government because they are more beneficial because of their money and power. Meanwhile, the poor are discriminated and often disregarded because they lack of use for the government. One possible reason would be because the poor are not given enough chance for them to have stable jobs that are more than enough to sustain their daily needs.
After the end of World War II, most of the world was in ruins, and the United States became the forefront of economic production. However, the government had come into even more control of common lives, and people were losing the last of their self-sufficiency and being able to function independently and support themselves, locking the population into the economic system that continues today while still falsely promising them riches. The idea had become cemented that poor people were poor for a reason and that anyone, if they were talented or motivated enough, could become rich. This belief persisted despite the truth that “poor” people were neither truly poor nor to blame for their circumstances, in most cases. However, this process had not yet completed itself until much later after World War II.
As an immigrant, his view on the American Dream was originally an optimistic one; he believed that America was a place to start anew. His view on The American Dream, however, changed when he came to America. As he lived through the conflicts and struggles of the War of 1812 ("Thomas Birch"), Birch’s perspective on the American Dream shifted to a more realistic one. He had the revelation that while American Dream is to work hard in order to have a chance at an ideal life, people are not warned about the adversity they will face as they try to start over. As a result, the majority of people who try to achieve this goal fail and must settle for what society gives them.
It started when all rich people began to get richer while people there where getting rich other people were becoming poor and let them to live without human needs. My suggestion is that all those people that are now living in poor situation should not be like this if there could help so people by proving the poor people with places to stay and food this could poverty not exist. The following are the cause of