I acknowledged those folks, but stating that yes, there are some lazy folks. But the point that I was making is that the people are lazy claim does not represent enough folks so that it can be spoken of as the problem. If we have a million people, and 100 of them are lazy, that still leaves a significant amount of folks who we have to have a different measurement mechanism by which to use. Also in my ranting, I usually am not so much defending anyone, as I more or less give information.
It is the very norm of a society to blame the bottom of said society for being there. Instead of looking at the society's design as to what could be the issue.+Yin Huang
Rightful Share: I am generally speaking of what we could call the basics of living for a human being to exist and have the possibility for advancement.
So to list some of these, I think we can agree that all humans need shelter, clothing, food. And to go along with that, in today's society, humans probably will not get very far without education.
So those are just some very basics so that for humans to advance, we all must have. That would be anyone who would self identify as human, has a right claim to those things and is due their share.