I very much agree that these problems need to be solved with education.
But what are we going to do about it in the mean time ? Let this generation go to waste or try to jumpstart the effort ?
Either side is going to have blood on their hands. Are the poor people going to get fucked for not getting to their opportunity or are we going to hinder middle-class people to ascent higher ? It's a matter of opinion.
This is also about more than just education. Like you said, culture isn't there yet.>>68465909
I'd also call into question how "inconsequential" skin color, and what that means about the persons experiences, is, but you probably disagree on principle. I too wouldn't see an issue if I defined it as accounted for. >>68466057
I made the BMW comparison because it in stark contrast to the Corolla. While some get by, others get showered. It's not necessary. It's nice though. I hope more people get enough wealth to effort it (or other things like it).
I think it's time to ask for a more charitable interpretation of my side though. Those Job opportunities aren't for people that don't know at all what they're doing. My opinion is not to purposefully hire idiots and it's disingenuous to call it that. It doesn't even have to be jobs, funding education is great too. >You're only hurting the people in the middle, usually the well-off enough offspring of parents who grew up poor and worked hard themselves to provide their children
Imagine starting poor, working yourself to the bone and staying poor, because you never had any opportunity. It's about bringing more people into the middle-class, not dragging down the upper, or promoting the middle to the upper class.
The rich are an entirely different issue. I have no answer yet for that. But I'm open for opinions.