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"Discriminative Mother"


Written By: Sabir
16/10/2013 20:19 12/07/2013 1:12
Thoughts and Ideology

On the one hand, the fortunate child is well-dressed,;) and, on the other hand, the unfortunate child is not, which proves (without a shadow of a doubt) that the “MOTHER” IS NOT TREATING HER CHILDREN JUSTLY!

Here, “MOTHER” is our unjust societies! Unfortunately, RESPONSIBLE PROFESSIONS IN THE SOCIETIES ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE ENOUGH TO TREAT EVERYONE (rich & poor) JUSTLY!

For example (five fundamental rights - food, education, shelter, cloths, and treatment):

“TEACHERS” do not provide the same level of educations for the rich and poor; “DOCTORS” do not provide proper treatments without money; “ENGINEERS” do not build shelters without money;“LAWYERS” do not provide justice without money; and, of course, “BUSINESSMEN” will never provide (food and cloths) anything without money. Those clearly indicate that all the responsible professional people are, slave to money, only serving the rich people (not the poor) in the societies like the “DISCRIMINATIVE MOTHER” in the painting.

In addition, an invisible wall has been created in every society between the rich and the poor, only due to professional people's “DISCRIMINATIVE MENTALITY”! Moreover, it is impossible for the poor people to BREAK THE INVISIBLE WALL without the help of the professional people; otherwise, THE RICH WILL ALWAYS BE RICH AND THE POOR WILL ALWAYS BE POOR!

Alternatively, only way for the poor to break the invisible wall is ((( CRIME )))

 

[InshaAllah, we will realise, in this month, how does it feel to have NOTHING]


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