Holy Father Openly Ga. . .Income Disparity Gap Opposing!

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"What do you call a Pope who's name is Francis? How do you catch a cloud and pin it down? How do you find a word that means, 'Pope Francis. . . ?"" Millions likely have a word or two? (Maybe Netanyahu(?)?)

Pope Francis attacks mega-salaries, wealth gap - World News

In the Bible, it is recorded--possibly--that RNC called in some recently elected leaders. To Vice President Cheney they gave five talents. To Secretary Paulson they gave two talents. To President Bush, they gave one talent--not too up on things, and right from the start! The rest is found in Matthew 25:14-30. The household that should have been enriched eight talents was only enriched seven, and the possesor of the one talent went to an early version of foreclosure.

So the mega-salaried two servants are now condemned--directly indirectly(?)--in the link. These are the cause of the worldwide collapse. The ordinary Germans kept their bucks during Holocaust. The Ordinary Market Economy populations kept their bucks during the RNC caused--see above--foreclosure crisis. In the Code of Hammuri, among the first of the civilized of the planet were already selling themselves into slavery.

The remedy economics--engaging the lower income market in the recovery--follows in arithmetic in Matthew 20:1-16, called at RNC, "Let Them Die!" or Communists, or Socialists, or ObamaCare. "ObamaCare" is now a fairly all-embracing, religion kind of concept, among Conservatives. Jesus ben Joseph, Son of Mary, Called, "O'Christ," is apparently not. The Red States won't even allow the explansion of MediCaid. The Red States have no problem with the mega-buck level salaries, or the Mega-Buck level bailouts of the actual, arithmetic-doing, financial houses that caused it all.

And like the Trapp Family singers, some of those were even Jewish, and Jews who do not know any better, worked there. In Fact, anyone even knows the Ivy League where the disaster-makers all come from! "What are you going to call a Pope Like Francis?"

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Teaching is Clearly not possible, at any grade level, without the doctoral degree: Unless it is believed that some kids are better than the other kids, and that all the other kids are not worth the extra effort. Maybe soon, someone as deity-entranced as the Holy Father: Will maybe even want to explain about that(?)! Israel kept the money, in the worldwide financial crisis. So at least it could be called, "The Netanyahu Brand(?)!" You Know, while there is still Time(?)!)
 

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Davos Forum warns over global income inequality
January 16, 2014 — The gap between the rich and the poor is the most likely threat to the global economy in coming years, the World Economic Forum said Thursday in a risk assessment ahead of the gathering of political and business leaders in the Swiss ski resort of Davos.
The Forum, which hosts the annual gathering, said income disparity in the wake of the global financial crisis is the "most likely risk to cause an impact on a global scale in the next decade" and warned of a "lost generation" of young people that could stoke tensions in society. "The generation coming of age in the 2010s faces high unemployment and precarious job situations, hampering their efforts to build a future and raising the risk of social unrest," the Forum said in Global Risks 2014, which was compiled with contributions by 700 global experts.

The warning from the Forum comes amid signs that the global economy has finally gotten over the worst that the financial crisis has thrown at it. The U.S. has begun to rein in some of the extraordinary monetary policies it put in place to get the economy out of recession and avoid a repeat of the 1930s. The countries that use the euro currency are past the worst of their debt crisis. The World Bank, in a report this week, went so far as to say the global economy has "turned a corner."

However, the costs of the global financial crisis, which has left its mark on all corners of the world, are not expected to disappear overnight, and next week's meeting is likely to face criticism from groups campaigning against poverty and globalization. Adrian Monck, who is the head of communications for the Forum, defended the gathering, noting that inequality and wealth gap were now on the agenda for discussion. "It's important that people have that brought to their attention and that we mobilize people around those issues," he said.

Philip Jennings, General Secretary of the labor group UNI Global Union, said the risk report "should act as a wake-up call" to those attending Davos. "These are global issues we can do something about: we can twist the global economy back into shape — this includes a new commitment to create jobs, address income inequality and falling living standards," said Jennings, whose organization represents 20 million workers from over 900 unions. "Since the global financial crisis it's been a race to the bottom in jobs, wages and living standards," he said.

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The Shekel of modern Israel is actually an orignal Sumer coin, backed by fertility rites. The Wheat (She) measure (kel) was a storage token, redeemed for sex at religious gathering, or festivals. Modern religion tends more to superstition, and more abstract concepts instead. The Sumer people had more at stake in the actual survival of the neighborhood. More Modern Religions have no such material connection or need--to much of anything.

The Pythagoreans were religion of the worldwide conquering, Greeks and Romans. In the Code of Moses, the worship of the foreign-based deities is prohibited. No one seems to have noticed that the Pythagorean Theorm tends to apply in Matthew 25::14-30. A line has an infinite number of points. Anyone can count a vertical five points, and then a perpendicular to that of "other five talents." The square root of five squared plus five squared is about 7, in a civilization without a decimal point. The household that should have been enriched 8 talents, was only enriched seven talents.

So what puzzle is that? Instead of paying that mortgage, that servant got cast out of the household, an easily noted parallel to a foreclosure. The rich had so many lines of notes, that history tends to show that the bankers are still likely unable to unravel all the bundles at this time.

The redemption of the shekel coin for ritual fertility, likely became a first medium of more getting more, then as now. Barley and Silver interest rates begain to otherwise flourish in commerical exchanges. Five times two is still more than two times two, even in the New Testament story.

Credit is the new source of money. Lines and lines of it are counted at Federal Reserve--About $58.0 tril.

Somehow, anyone sees how the problem of the ga. . .income gap came about!

"Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
(Much discussion of gaps of creation, maybe understood at Playboy Mansion, even(?!)
 
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