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>Speak for yourself, mang.Well, I stand by my case. Every US citizen is rich. Even the citizens who are homeless can live a comfortable life and stay clean and fed. The poor all get free food. I mean, if you're a poor person born in the USA, you've got it better than a middle-class person born anywhere outside of the USA/Canada/Europe, which is like 5 billion people.
Like I said, you're not USA rich. You got your food, you got your education, you got everything, but you didn't get the big house and the nice car and the high-quality drugs and filet mignon, so you don't feel rich, but truth be told, having access to water, having free-food go to poor people, having medicine for poor-people, these are all things exclusive to the USA/Canada/Europe, for the most part. That's the stuff of a rich nation.
>Top 1% is hundreds of millions per year, and top 1% of that is billions per year.LOL
Oh I'm so sorry I was mistaken, in order to be top 1% you actually need 450,000, not 250,000 like I said earlier.
But again, what's it mean to be in the top 1% of the world?
Oh that's right, $32,400.
You know, the average 50-hour salary of a minimum-wage worker, pretty much.
>see list.Point = proven.
>lists a bunch of billionaires
Game = on point.
Good job, son. I'm so proud of you.
(honey, our son is a fucking moron).
>Means of Production moves freely in the world, Capital itself moves freely in the world, it is the Workers who are trapped, owned by the soil like serfs in the middle ages. LOL.
You're the next Karl Marx, brother!