5 Worst People of the One Percent
In November, Care2 joined a dozen other organizations to partner with Brave New Foundation in order to educate the public on the One Percent. Occupy Wall Street and its variations around the world changed the country’s debate from deficits to income inequality. It started to highlight the difficulties of the 99 percent, but left the people benefiting from wrecking the economy unknown.
The project aimed to educate the public and voters helped narrow it down to the five worst people in the one percent. The first installment comes in five parts and are only a minute long but the facts speak for themselves.
Rob Walton, Chairman of Walmart. Net worth of $21 billion.
Go to Changewalmart.org/robwalton for more.
Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs. Net worth of $438 million.
HBO did a really good job at casting Evan Handler to portray the Goldman CEO. Fight big banks by visiting Ourfuture.org and to learn more.
Pete Peterson, Co-founder of Blackstone Group. Net worth of $2 billion.
Counter Pete’s influence at strengthensocialsecurity.org.
Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase. Net worth of $248 million.
Visit occupytheboardroom.org for more. The site features many great letters to CEOs of banks.
Rupert Murdoch, President of News Corp. Net worth of $7.4 billion.
Check out savethenews.org/murdoch for more.
These are just five of the people using money and powerful connections to benefit themselves while the rest of the country continues to suffer. The series could contain more than 100 installments if Brave New Foundation wanted to do so.
Who should they feature in the second installment?