Okay, so cats have various breeds. Dogs have many breeds. Horses, mice, etc. People have races? Get real! Stand back and realize that humans are animals (not minerals or vegtables). And just looking at us you should realize we aren't races (unless at the track), but breeds. There are the light-skineed breed with many sub-breeds, there are the brown skinned breeds, and the dark-skinned breeds. There are breeds of humans that have red hair and fair skin. There are blue-eyed breeds, there are breeds with different shaped eyes, like almonds (I need to eat some nuts!). 

The point being, get real and stop talking about "races." Just like with dogs and cats and other animals including hu-mans ... We were breed either by nature or by ????, but no matter we all have purpose. Don't have fear or anger because someone is different. Wonder what they were designed for and make friends.

Please note, cultures and how people act can be reasons for wariness about their actions ... but most are people (like dogs and cats) that you can get along with ... think about it.

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Jobs, earnings, ways of life. Savings are threatened. So who is to blame? Refugees? Illegal immigrates? They take the botton jobs, for the most part, that people don't want. They normally are fleeing from starvation, rape, violence ... they are scared. Some just are looking for an opportunity to WORK and provide for their families.

So you live in your country and are scared for your job or livelyhood. You are afraid of for you and your family. Who is the real threat to you.  Let's see ... hmm. Who has power over you? Is it refugees or your boss? The people who have the most money are in control. 

So what makes sense?

Well, if people who had money decided after a certain point to not maximize profits, income, but allow more money to go to more people, then not only would more people feel stable, but the country's economy would be more stable because more people have money to spend. 

Trickle down economics, is Trick economics. Doesn't it make sense that the more people that are able to spend, the more stable things are? Just like a table, four legs are more stable than one.

So what makes sense? Tax the hell out of the rich? Maybe. But, wouldn't it be nice if the rich found a way to spread the wealth without involving government? Like if profits weren't maximized? Where how many people you positivily affected counted more than how much profit you made? Where balance matters?

The rich aren't any happier than those without money. A good FAMILY and FRIENDS mean more at any economic level than money. Not having to worry about expenses and income is ideal. 

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