@Pedminacar That's called communism and dictatorship.
Neither of which works for the common good of the people.
There are plenty of very wealthy people in the world and they are not snobs nor put themselves
in a class above others. Many give to charities, build hospitals, and do tons of good in the world
and never expect a thanks. These people you rarely hear anything about.
I worked a few months years ago private home health for two old sisters. One was a retired math
teacher and the other was a retired secretary at the same school. They had never married and they
did not have children. They lived in the same house where they were born. All their furnishings were
immaculate, very well taken care of, but all antiques. Mary, the math teacher had her wits but Ruth
was more on the old timers disease side. Mary had it the worse because Mary did in fact have her
wits about her, was the oldest, and babied her younger sister, Ruth. Mary would cry some times but
she did try to hide her tears. She did not cry for herself. She cried for Ruth. Eventually, Ruth could
not be taken care of at home any more so Mary not only checked Ruth into the nursing home unit at
the hospital, but also herself. Probably not totally strange but still a bit odd since Mary did have her
mind, was mobile, and didn't have any severe health issues, she died first. I thought about that and
figured that was probably a good thing that Mary died first. She probably would have been lost without
Ruth to look upon, make sure Ruth was bathed correctly, fed the food that was best for her, etc. On
the other hand, Ruth NOT having her wits about her, would forget about Mary's death.
The old spinster ladies had given all they had to the school system. The city school where they worked
all their lives and to the city university that they had attended.
Their house wasn't worth much and eventually it was tore down. I think a parking lots is now in it's
place. They'd probably liked that, however, because the parking lot I think is for the hospital additional
Their furnishings were all sold, auctioned off.
Mary and Ruth had never really gone any where in their lives. They did not spend but little. After all,
they only lived a few blocks from the school. They had few clothes. Their dresses were long, worn
so long that some times I wondered if they ever stepped on the hems.
As I said, Mary was a math teacher. A very bright woman. She invested Ruth's money as well as her
own, for years and years and years and years.
Have you ever heard of Mary and Ruth? No you haven't. I just told you. They left MILLIONS and MILLIONS
and MILLIONS and MILLIONS and MILLIONS of dollars to the school system. ALL and EVERYTHING they
had, all went to scholarship funds, books, building, and more.
So PLEASE do NOT put all 'Rich' people in to one category.