I agree wholeheartedly. These people can’t relate to “common people”, yet they think they know what is best for everyone else. All they want is to get more money, more power, and more influence. At what point do they finally “have enough”. I don’t begrudge anyone for being successful or becoming rich, but can you not utilize your influence and/or money to help better our world. I’m sure somewhere along the line you got a helping hand when you needed it.
It’s been a long time coming but I think people are finally starting to catch on to all of your bullshit. The public trust in you is beginning to collapse like those cheap umbrellas you produce in China for pennies and then sell here for eight dollars when it rains and I’m forced to buy it because didn’t have the foresight to bring my own. One more strong gust of lucidity and I’m convinced the traditional belief that you know best is going to flip inside out.
We are learning that simply being in charge doesn’t necessarily qualify you to make the best decisions. In fact you’ve made a lot of really poor choices throughout history. Even though you tried to blame things like the Crusades and the Holocaust on a few bad apples, we know that it takes a lot of cooperation to accomplish nightmares of such…
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