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Why Do The Poorest Need To Have The Latest Products And Brands?

It struck me that some of the poorest people in societies all around the world, are paying for extremely overpriced branded items that really do not help or benefit them. The poorest are paying for branded items, purely based on an emotional response engineered and amplified by commercial industries, causing the poorest people to not want to publicly appear to be judged as a lesser person based on physical appearance only, compared to commercial industries false and artificial standards, which affectively outlines that ‘This is what you should have or be like.’ as part of their overall propaganda sales and marketing strategies (turning the poorest into customers and consumers rather than treating the poorest as normal people). 

These industries strategies sole aim is to get the poorest people to forget that it is heir inner selves and inner beauty as humans that is far more valuable and wonderful, The propaganda of the commercial industries is trying to brainwash the poorest people not to blockout the industry messaging.

The poorest are propping up brands, are being exploited by brands and are suffering for it. The psychological need of the poorest not to feel worthless and to show others that they have value, is a driver.  In addition the need of the poorest not to be seen by society as ‘less than’ or ‘worthless’ is the force behind the vailed strategies and masks the propaganda of many industries and brands. 

It is this force manipulated through these vails and masks, that brands and industries use and exploit, as a way of putting unnecessary and increased psychological pressure to purchase on the poorest people. For these brands the ‘Emotional Response’ is the biggest leverage to drive up their sales, which is the true force sitting behind both the false propaganda of the ‘Desirability factor’ and ‘Social Acceptance’, showing that it is not about being practical or that it is not about functionality to benefit the poorest.


The endless regular upkeep and maintenance, supplemental products, replacement products and often harmful ingredients, ranging from items such as clothing, to hair extensions and hair weaves, through to beauty facial products, is relentless and costly. Accounting for the cost of purchasing branded items vs. investing in the poorest and ourselves, is an essential step. We should primarily be investing in ourselves and not giving our money away to brands. We should also trust ourselves to be the best we can be, without the illusions and propaganda of brands within the commercial industries.

How has it come to this, where the poorest purchase the same products at the same price as the wealthiest, which is devastating to the poorest, as it uses up at least 50% of the poorest peoples disposable incomes and props up the rich brands, companies and industries?

What is needed is support in providing education based on self-worth and self-confidence, because the poorest people are suffering economically and psychologically at the hands of commercial industries.

Portrait of smiling african american business woman looking confident and relaxed

The poorest do not need to purchase branded products, they need help and support, to reaffirm that they are already born simply beautiful on the inside and it will naturally show on the outside.

We need the world to respect and celebrate the human beauty that is on the inside.

We need to help to stop the poorest people in societies all around the world, from paying for extremely overpriced branded items, that really do not help or benefit them.


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