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Robin Hood Syndrome

Robin Hood is long gone, but his legacy still lives on - we still hear "Why don't the rich pay for it?" or "The rich should pay more taxes and give it to the poor."

In the beginning there were no taxes, but centuries of wars forced kings to ask people for help and temporary taxes were introduced.

It took about 50 years to sell the idea of regular income tax. It all started by RHS where the poor were tricked into believing only rich will pay tax, and they will live happily ever after.

Greed created permanent taxes in the 20th century. Although it was intended to punish the rich, in reality it wound up punishing the very people who voted for it [the poor]]. The rich learn and adapt while the poor keep whining and blaming the rich for their poverty.


  • poor believe that rich steal from them, and they need to be punished.
  • poor believe that the rich must take care of them and sponsor their laziness and incompetence to adapt
  • poor believe that they pay already too many taxes and the rich should pay more.
  • over 80% of population cannot survive without the social system sponsored by the rich, yet they whine the rich should pay more for them.
  • the poor cost the system more than the rich because they are busy by building PVS, proliferate uncontrollably instead investing in their health and education.
  • "poverty" was caused by the rich thanks to mandatory enslavement called school.
  • take from the rich and sponsor lazy, incompetent bums that suffer from Banana Syndrome, and refuse to take care of themselves.
  • the infamous fantasy created by the poor to punish the rich, but eventually lead to punishment of those who created it in first place [poor].