Friday, 26 September 2014

Mo' Money, Mo' Problems

More money, more problems isn't the Rich trying to make poor people feel better about being poor, it's simply the truth that everyone has to learn the hard way. Money hoarded has negative value in a world of crazed, amoral greed where people pursue happiness with force and fraud. The Rich will tell you the truth about the value of money, but no one ever listens.

The author of this article didn't listen.

Business Insider: 15 Tycoons Who Won't Leave Their Fortunes To Their Kids
Not all of the world's billionaires are dedicated to being extraordinarily altruistic — many decide to spend their money indulging in fancy cars, planes, and yachts. But others want to spread as much of their wealth as possible before they die. A select few even want that last check to only cover the cost of their funeral. Of course, not everyone stands to gain from such selflessness — namely, the children of these generous donors. 
She thinks wealthy people give away their fortunes to disadvantage their children. Aside from one disappointed mother, the rest quite explicitly state they're doing it for their children. More money, more problems. 

1. Business magnate Warren Buffett has pledged to give away 99% of his wealthBuffett said, "I want to give my kids just enough so that they would feel that they could do anything, but not so much that they would feel like doing nothing."
I retired at 26 and not once leading up to the miserable boredom did it ever occur to me that I wouldn't be happy (at best) or comfortable (at worst). Instead, I nearly died from having nothing to do. Boredom is pure torture. Although very conscious of the agony, I was unwilling to accept reality and in denial of my life's worth of suffering being for nought, one day I realised - with horror - that I may have been trying to subconsciously commit suicide via accident. It's the only theory I have to explain my insanely high-risk behaviour over a substantial period of time. I was doing things I couldn't explain for reasons I didn't know (the clinical definition of insanity). My subconscious may have been sane but consciously, I was all over the place.

I couldn't make sense of this insanity but I couldn't seem to stop. I just kept resolving to pull it together only to be horrified to realise I'd just been doing 90 on a moped drunk or wasted, zipping in and out of Bangkok traffic, short term memory as blurred as the headlights. I was never in a hurry, I never had anywhere to be. You can't do things like that indefinitely. Retirement isn't all it's cracked up to be. 
2. EBay founder Pierre Omidyar has made it his life's work to donate the majority of his money to those less fortunate instead of to his three children, according to ForbesHe and his wife Pam are also the single biggest private donors to the fight against the human trafficking industry.
Just a point about human trafficking; traffickers do not traffick stolen property. That would be stupidly messy and suboptimal. They just buy what mothers sell them.
3. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg wrote that "nearly all of my net worth will be given away in the years ahead or left to my foundation." Bloomberg's two daughters, however, may be left to foot the bill upon his death. Bloomberg once said, "the best financial planning ends with bouncing the check to the undertaker."
There is dark truth in that quip as undertakers structure their fees to penalise those who don't bounce cheques. It's something of a metaphor for the entire world; one way or another, decency pays for indecency. 
4. Rockstar Gene Simmons told CNBC several years ago: " terms of an inheritance and stuff, they're gonna be taken care of, but they will never be rich off my money. Because every year they should be forced to get up out of bed, and go out and work and make their own way." 
Not because he hates them. He knows the value of money is negative. Trust his actions to reveal truth.
5. Australian iron magnate Gina Rinehart — the richest woman in Australia — wants to cut her children out of their inheritanceShe herself inherited her company and fortune from her father, Lang Hancock, and her children were also named in his estate. But court documents in the Australian media show that Rinehart doesn't believe her four kids are fit to manage the family fortune. “None of the plaintiffs has the requisite capacity or skill, nor the knowledge, experience, judgment or responsible work ethic,” she once claimed in court papers.
No doubt she feels she raised them to know better. But if she did, they would? They don't, so she didn't. 
6. Microsoft founder and CEO Bill Gates and his wife Melinda aren't interested in keeping their money for themselves, or for their three children. "I knew I didn't think it was a good idea to give the money to my kids. That wouldn't be good either for my kids or society," he told The Sun in 2010. 

7. Actor Jackie Chan announced that he was not planning on leaving his son Jaycee any of the millions of dollars he has made during his film career. "If he is capable, he can make his own money. If he is not, then he will just be wasting my money,"Channel NewsAsia quoted Chan as saying.
Merit is not really exploitable. If you reward the unmerited, you discourage merit. Keep doing that and there will be no merit left. Oh.
8. Home Depot co-founder Bernard Marcus plans on giving the majority of his Home Depot stock to his foundation, which benefits the handicapped and education.

9. Businessman Chuck Feeney went to great lengths to teach his children the value of money, including making his kids chat with their friends on payphones, work during their vacations, and work through college, according to The Daily Mail. He once famously told The New York Times, "I want the last check I write to bounce."

10. British Chef Nigella Lawson seems to be a firm believer in not giving her two children advantage. She came under fire for saying, "I am determined that my children should have no financial security. It ruins people not having to earn money."
Lawson came under fire from women who Know Best how everyone should suffer to please them. You can't even spend your own money as you please in this world of wretched disapproval. Women who have no money, just problems of their own making, Know Best what Nigella should be doing with her money; giving it to them. They deserve it more than her. They know they wouldn't throw it away like her. Giving money to entitled women isn't a waste, of course. Wasting money is a far better investment.
11. Media mogul Ted Turner has five children from three marriages, but they shouldn't expect a large endowment once he passes. Whether jokingly or not, Turner was quoted in 2010 as saying he was "almost to the edge of poverty" and just wants enough money to cover funeral expenses when he dies.

12. Hedge fund manager John Arnold and his wife have dedicated the rest of their lives to giving away their wealth instead of to their three children. "Because of our backgrounds and because of our own experiences, we just don't believe in dynastic wealth," said Laura Arnold in an interview posted on
And yet (somewhat farcically) she still believes in marital entitlement. Humans cannot see themselves. 
13. British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber once said that "(A will) is one thing you do start to think about when you get to my age. I don't think it should be about having a whole load of rich children and grandchildren."

14. Director and producer George Lucas wrote in his pledge letter, "I'm dedicating the majority of my wealth to improving education."

15. Texas oil and gas magnate T. Boone Pickens had this to say: "I've long stated that I enjoy making money, and I enjoy giving it away...I'm not a big fan of inherited wealth. It generally does more harm than good."
He's rather lucky in that he's figured out a way to lie to himself. He enjoys fighting competitively for a resource which he then enjoys giving away? It's senseless but it's impressive that he's managed to convince himself. In reality, there's no meaning in a world of illegitimate entitlement violently hacked out of the traumatised minds of children, all of whom are brought to a world of wretched misery where violent killers and rapists prey on infants because they can

This is a world of senseless horror. But women won't stop lying so...

They really do, probably for no reason too.
Women kill to protect their ancient birthright but there has never been a winner of apartheid. If women were willing to play fair and contribute, there could be no war, violence, conflict, exploitation, slavery, child abuse, needless suffering, emotional trauma, misery or lies. If mothers didn't break the faith with their lying to children, we'd all live in Paradise.

Unlike Tupac, I can backtrack to source. 
Tupac eventually figured it out, not that it did him (or women) any good. Minds broken by nice lies can't really be fixed with rude truth.

Women aren't scorned for being easy, the nausea is induced when they're easy and try to get paid simultaneously.
Mothers and Society fill their shrewd minds with this Doublethink insanity.
You ever hear women wondering why they're hated? They just have a problem with truth.

Positive Thinking is as positive as objective dissonance is sane. Lies are as valuable as fantasy is real. If truth cannot fix a problem, it's not really a problem for truth. Truth will find a creative solution to the problem this world of violent liars has with unpleasant realities and rude truths.

The truth is not that the truth is variable.
The truth is not that there isn't any.

The truth is that there shouldn't be any.
The truth is that there won't be any.

Problem solved.