Share the “Make Extreme Wealth History” Video

This Thursday, the members of the UN will be gathering in New York to discuss the Millennium Development Goals. The UN ambitiously hopes to end poverty by 2015. This week’s summit marks the halfway point and an opportunity to evaluate their progress.

In the last few years, celebrities have joined the campaign to raise awareness about poverty, attempting to convince us that global poverty can be eradicated by pressuring the G8. However, the celebrity campaign ironically represents the flawed approach of this approach. The poor of this world are the victims of an unfair distribution of wealth that is flaunted by obscenely overpaid celebrities like Bono, Bob Geldof, Tom Hanks, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz, 50 Cent, George Clooney, Madonna, etc.

The real problem with their campaign is the way it distracts people from real solutions and avoids the fact that we need to make fundamental changes to the distribution of wealth in order to make a lasting impact on poverty.

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2 Responses to “Share the “Make Extreme Wealth History” Video”

  1. Jeremy Says:

    What do you know? Just stumbled across your site, and your philosophy is very similar to our own. Will post a link and a profile on our own site, makewealthhistory.org

  2. Octavio Haakenstad Says:

    Madonna is one of the best loved celebs in Hollywood. I definitely wish she keeps on singing.