The Link Between Wealth And Religion

Greed as gospel: As one of the most economically disenfranchised groups in the United States, wealth has never been something the American Indigenous have ever had to consider. We’ve yet to feel the trickle-down effect from affluent religious groups or billionaire philanthropists in our communities—all that money, and people are starving and homeless all over the world?  Shame on the one-percent.

The only link to be made between the highly religious and non-religious wealthy; is that people with wealth have taken care of themselves and their own circles, that’s for certain. If you’re not connected to wealthy groups, financially you’re on your own: literally, figuratively, religiously, and spiritually.  Unless you can do something for them or they want to take your land or water, then you may temporarily be a friend.

Historically, there’s always been institutional disparities and classism throughout the religious ranks were people with next-to-nothing have always looked upward to culpable hierarchies for support and prayer—like it or not, greed is a religious tradition. Congratulations religious rich people everywhere, you have the ability to help so many and you don’t…

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