Many important people are inexplicably alarmed by a possible violent confrontation between 3.750 million poor (you read that right) and 85 millionaires hyper.
To begin 2014 we had two meetings of the poor humans. One in Davos (Switzerland), organized by the World Economic Forum and one in Cuba, organized by the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC).
"Human poor" met in two different places because some have more money than others. In Switzerland we met who have more money and we met in Cuba who have less money.
We are all equally poor on life, we all become anxious, we all live slaves of something or someone and all end the same way: dying, freeing it in less than a second of what we had and what we suffered.
The book is closed and our life story is over.
According to the media who have tried alternatives profusely meeting, the concern is the growing inequality between them. If all mankind were a biological body, we would be dismembered. It is as if, for economic reasons, the imaginary body, (the species, mankind), was despanzurrándose.
Experts say that the gap between rich and poor is increasing. Humanity has a wound instead of healing every time you open it.
What is this fear that causes inequality between the vast majority of poor and the very small amount of millionaires hyper? We fear a social explosion, ie, we fear that the 3,750 million (half of the world population), poor attack the rich 85.
If such an outbreak occurred, how many milliseconds could last the extermination of these 85 people envied and hated?
I can not believe that so many journalists, government officials, technicians and intellectuals generally waste your time alarmed by a threat that seems insignificant.
Here's something else!
Note: Original in Spanish (without translation by Google): Misteriosa alarma por un peligro insignificante.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.113)