Socially acceptance of dishonesty explains:

#PCGagOrder explains many phenomena


Quotas cannot be proven wrong

Quotas are in favor of “minorities”

It is not permissible to speak negatively of “minorities”

Thus it would be taboo to


White racists are to blame for everything evil that befalls Blacks


Robert Spencer, Jihad Watch,

It is not permissible to say anything negative about the Muslim “minority”. #TrueSpeech about Koran, Jihad, causes “prejudice” against Muslims, Islam.





Dishonest definitions, misleading terminology

Poor, poverty line

The definition of “poverty” is dishonest, probably manipulative on purpose: “poverty” does not mean what the normal language dictionary definition of “poverty” means. “Poverty” is related to median (?) income in the country. If everyone makes 10 million dollars per month, and you make only 5 million dollars, you are in poverty. “Poverty” has more to do with socialist greed, that others have more, and you have to live with a 3 year old iPhone and 6 year old car. Correct me if I am wrong, I did not profoundly study this issue.

The problem of illegal immigration is that German poverty and German welfare are much higher than Romanian, Albanian, Kosovo, and certainly Ethiopian salaries. Correct me if I am wrong, I did not profoundly study this issue.

Relative poverty measures are used as official poverty rates by the European Union, UNICEF, and the OECD. The main poverty line used in the OECD and the European Union is based on “economic distance”, a level of income set at 60% of the median household income.[41]

pov•er•ty pŏv′ər-tē►

n. The state of being poor; lack of the means of providing material needs or comforts.

n. Deficiency in amount; scantiness.

n. Unproductiveness; infertility.

More at Wordnik from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.


United Kingdom[edit]

In the UK, “more than five million people – over a fifth (23 percent) of all employees – were paid less than £6.67 an hour in April 2006. This value is based on a low pay rate of 60 percent of full-time median earnings, equivalent to a little over £12,000 a year for a 35-hour working week. In April 2006, a 35-hour week would have earned someone £9,191 a year – before tax or National Insurance”.[51][52]


India’s official poverty level as of 2005 is split according to rural versus urban thresholds. For urban dwellers, the poverty line is defined as living on less than 538.60 rupees (approximately US$12) per month, whereas for rural dwellers, it is defined as living on less than 356.35 rupees per month (approximately US$7.50).[53]

United States[edit]

In United States, the poverty thresholds are updated every year by Census Bureau. The threshold in United States are updated and used for statistical purposes. In 2020, in the United States, the poverty threshold for a single person under 65 was an annual income of US$12,760; the threshold for a family group of four, including two children, was US$26,200.[54] According to the U.S. Census Bureau data released on 13 September 2011, the nation’s poverty rate rose to 15.1 percent in 2010.[needs update]

Women and children[edit]

Women and children find themselves impacted by poverty more often when a part of single mother families.[55] This is due to the feminization of poverty[further explanation needed], how the poverty rate of women has increasingly exceeded that of men’s.[56] While the overall poverty rate is 12.3%, women are 13.8% likely to fall into poverty and men are below the overall rate at 11.1%.[57][55] Women and children (as single mother families) find themselves as a part of low class communities because they are 21.6% more likely to fall into poverty.[58] However, extreme poverty, such as homelessness, disproportionately affects males to a high degree.[59]

Racial minorities[edit]

A minority group is defined as “a category of people who experience relative disadvantage as compared to members of a dominant social group.”[60] Minorities are traditionally separated into the following groups: African Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Asians, Pacific Islanders, and Hispanics.[61] According to the current U.S. Poverty statistics, Black Americans – 21%, Foreign born non-citizens – 19%, Hispanic Americans – 18%, and  Adults with a disability – 25%.[62] This does not include all minority groups, but these groups alone account for 85% of people under the poverty line in the United States.[63] Whites have a poverty rate of 8.7%; the poverty rate is more than double for Black and Hispanic Americans.[64]








Developing Country


Protesters formerly know as rioters, felony stone throwers,