Zuckerberg – Poor Rich Man

Zuckerberg – Poor Rich Man

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is embarking on a tour of the US following Donald Trump’s election as president, in an attempt to understand how the country has been divided by the impact of globalisation and technology. [reference article below]

Zuckerberg, a rich man with way too much time on his hands. Lost in his self-important opinions that he is going to attempt to force on everyone else.

Zuckerberg, a rich man that can “see” everything but the turmoil he is responsible for – the mob he has created.

Zuckerberg, a rich man who is wise in his own eyes but the poor in spirit see right through him.

A rich man may be wise in his own eyes, but a poor man who has discernment sees through him.   (Proverbs 28:11)

Bonus: Hey, Mr. Zuckerberg want to actually do good – verses talking about talking? Then, join my Flip A Switch campion. Go around the country and demand that the government turn off light switches for those in solitary confinement. Flip a switch so as to reflect natures dawn to dusk patterns. I will stop right here and see if you can get the, and please excuse the term, justice system, to simply flip a switch.

Lesson: Zuckerberg …called on his readers to work to “find a way to change the game so it works for everyone”. Translation: how to force everyone to accept his dictatorial self-important opinions.

Warning: Remember, Mr. Zuckerberg wants to be elected to public office. Mr. Zuckerberg has all your happy and sad thoughts right at his fingertips, never mind the pipe dream of finding a “system that works for everyone.” If there is, was or will be a colossal joke it is a system that “works for everyone.”

enumclaw.com | timothy williams | opinion unto righteousness

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Article Reference

(ft.com)—The chief executive of the world’s largest social network has made it a personal challenge to have visited people in every state in the US by the end of the year, to discover how they are living, working and thinking about the future.

In a post on Facebook, Mr Zuckerberg said that after a “tumultuous last year”, it seems that “we are at a turning point in history”. He called on his readers to work to “find a way to change the game so it works for everyone”.