If all were humans, then why do some die of hunger while others waste part of their food supply? If the Un Human Inalienable Rights are for the human species, then those who do not have these rights are the nonhumans. Although the more abundant species, nonhumans are boxed inside their nations and dominated by caste structures so they cannot take back what is originally taken from them. The capitalist economy we live in today is built upon the oppression of the nonhumans and the credit system of our banks is designed to increase the social rifts between rich and poor, turning benign economies into concentration camps of pay-slaves. Whoever hold the reins of power believe that their system will last them forever, oblivious of what history has repeatedly proven about the inevitable rise of the nonhumans upon every upturn of events. Little do the people know that the answer to their dilemmas is much simpler than imagined and within their reach. Knowing the path to solve their economic strife, the people will have the power to break their shackles and experience true freedom, one that will unite us all.
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Wadih S. Jreidini spent his early years amidst the turmoil of the Lebanese civil war, experiencing the political strife that tore his community down to its fabric. He volunteered for the Red Cross paramedics and other humanitarian missions that got him closer to the common dilemma of the disenfranchised. His work in publishing called for many travels across continents, where his living experience with the poorest of the poor in Yemen, Sudan and Ethiopia had impacted him the most. When most visitors stayed in Sheratons and Hiltons, he went on buses that toured the outskirts of hostile countries, handing out bread and chocolate to the destitute along the roadsides. His financial experience with global companies buckling under the pressure of bank credit during the post-2008 global recession was instrumental to his questioning of the global capitalist system and turning him into an advocate of fundamental economic reforms by giving economic powers back to the people.
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