Wade No we do not have an obligation to support the poor. A national philanthropy strategy for the voluntary sector should have all party backing to ensure long-term planning by charities and commitment by donors. The person that earns the money has the right to do what they wish with their money.
We participate in building hope and curing ills, or we suffer the consequences. To help those less fortunate than you are is just the human thing to do.
Its not all about money. A compassionate nation is a better society. In fact nowadays, The rich elites loves to exploit poorer workers by cutting benefits, Stagnant and low wages, Frequent periodic job layoffs, AI replacements, Poorer students get tricked by loaded with massived student debs while getting low paying jobs upon graduation: in All professions, Even in STEM jobs.
Not all rich can be grouped in one stereotypical class either—there are various psychological classifications of the inheritors, the first time rich, the altruists and the firmly grounded wealthy folks.
Just as Walmart and Amazon have cut costs for Americans, the introduction of container shipping crushed transportation costs for the world. Plz help me to make a house.