(Continued from the “Revolution Of The 21st Century: Rich Man, Poor Man”)
Having engaged the people, the integral methodology will, in fact, lead to reducing the gap between the rich and poor; it will become acceptable and no one will see it as unbearable. The familiar feeling as if the rich rob us will disappear.
As part of the new relationship, without any negative incentives, the rich themselves will be willing to share more than you can imagine today. Their contribution to society will be enormous.
We are talking about successful people who, under the new conditions, will be able to manage society correctly and integrally including the interests of the weaker sections of the population. The poor are incapable of this. Only their children and grandchildren will be able to become good managers.
Thus, in addition to social learning, nothing else will help. It’s either the one or the other. Gradually, the poor will realize that they need the skills and abilities of the rich, and the rich will realize that they must serve the poor. As a result, both parts of society will be imbued with unity and love, and confidence in the future.
There is no other solution.
For example, in Russia, the October Revolution completely destroyed the previous system down to the foundations, and the dire consequences of this are still being felt. You cannot put a housewife in the leadership of the country.
The same thing is happening in the Israeli Knesset: Some journalists become politicians and lawmakers. Moreover, he strives to become the Prime Minister. On what basis? Indeed, one, must first graduate from several universities, take special courses, and gain experience.
In the West, it is done in this way. Not everyone can be a good head of state or a minister or member of parliament. However, here eloquence replaces true qualifications.
From KabTV’s “A New Life” 5/14/15