I’ve watched only 6 minutes of this documentary and now, I am about to vomit.
Proper understanding of politics and economics tells us it is impossible to help societies that try isolate themselves from the rest of the world.
How can this billionaire son help people in Africa if they keep supporting or electing political madmen and tyrants?
How can he help the starving children and slaves in North Korea if they can’t even raise their fists in an act of desperate yet courageous defiance against their kid tyrant?
How can he help millions of Filipinos living on a dollar a day if they support a Constitution that limits foreign investment and bans foreign professionals from participating in their economy?
But this billionaire son, Jamie Johnson, has one Liberal OPTION. Give all his money to the global poor.
However, when asked if he had the courage and honesty to give entire inheritance to charity, Jamie Johnson simply dodged it by saying: “We’re not here to talk about that.”
Well, like all limousine and Hollywood liberals, this born-rich heir couldn’t do it. Perhaps he just wanted to identify himself with the global poor by simply biting the hands that feed him. He just wanted to feel good about himself.
Well, multi-billionaire investor Warren Buffett also said almost the same thing about America’s one percent whom he wanted to pay more taxes. The thing is, this pro-Obama billionaire did his best to avoid paying taxes. In fact, Buffett the “hypocrite extraordinaire” still has a pending case wherein he owes just over $1 BILLION in back taxes to the U.S. government.
Oh, not only that. Buffett’s ‘granddaughter’, Nicole (adopted by his son Peter), appeared in Johnson’s documentary, which first released in 2006. Grandpa Warren was not amused. After the movie came out, he sent Nicole a letter: “I have not emotionally or legally adopted you as a grandchild, nor have the rest of my family adopted you as a niece or a cousin.”
Buffett, however, did the right thing when he cut his ingrate ‘granddaughter’ out of his money.
But there’s a big difference between the Johnson & Johnson heir and the Oracle of Omaha. The first was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, while the second is a self-made billionaire.
Johnson reminds me of Karl Marx, a son of a European aristocrat, who had never worked a single day in his entire aristocratic, hate-infested life. Also his co-author Friedrich Engels was a son of a wealthy German cotton manufacturer.
Who is this One Percent heir?
His net worth is around $610 million.