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QuestionWhy is it socially acceptable to hoard wealth while so many go without basic needs? K2toU
Mark Benecke: It is socially not acceptable, it is just done. That's the nature of men. They don't ask, if it's acceptable or not. They just go as far as they can go without getting slapt on their heads. So as long as people in richer countries for example or it doesn't have to be a richer country or in a structure that is in power or is privileged. As long as they all [buddying?] up and feeling that the use of power and resources of other people still benefits them, they just going to do it. So the hoarding of wealth is more of the side effect, that's evolutionary, man has a tendency to first protect himself, then the inner circle, then the relatives and then if you want to the society or a country or other structures. The raison is just the more resources I have, in nature, the better I can reproduce and it's very much about egoistic gens if you want. But now in our times this all running wild. There are enough resources and there is enough wealth [directly?], but our evolutionary program is not yet there. So I think biologically it is acceptable,, culturally it is not acceptable. We just have to take the next step.