Friday, August 11, 2017

Vinod Khosla Needs To Be Lynched

Vinod Khosla is the founder of Sun Microsystems and is a billionaire. It is interesting to note that Vinod graduated from Carnegie Mellon University, the name that is infamous for causing the destruction in Johnstown's Flood in 1889 with 2,209 deaths and Mellon was never paid a restitution or held accountable for his sins.

Vinod, being a billionaire, decided to buy the California public beach and closed the access with armed guards to prevent anyone from walking up or down the beach. That is much the gist of arrogance wealth.

Silicon Valley is filled with successful businesses and has created incredibly income inequality in San Francisco Bay Area, driving the low income residents out of the area with no compassion.  Several businesses attempted to create their own commuter buses to separate themselves from the city buses. Instead of supporting the city buses, they attempted to harm people's incomes in the city who do not work for these corporations by urging their employees not to use the city buses.  The cost of residence has reached the line where no sane low income resident can live in San Francisco, who caused them to be like that?  It is people like Vinod Khosla, the late Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp to name few that created the income inequality, thus drove the average & low residents out of San Francisco Bay Area.

People in Hawai'i already complained that Mark Zuckerberg has purchased the property and erected a tall fence which is unheard of in Hawai'i. It is only a matter of time before Mark attempts to buy a beach in Hawai'i.

History has proved repeatedly that the income gap between wealth and poor often resulted in terrible conflicts, often leading these wealthy people to their deaths, you want to see some historical references?  Check Tulsa, France and Russia. With their arrogance and huge income, it is only a matter of time before people like Vinod and Mark will have to face the wrath of The People.