Korea’s “Parasite,” the Pandemic, and Class Warfare

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While no one has enjoyed the Covid pandemic, there is a clear distinction between how the upper class and lower classes have suffered.

When faced with an imminent financial crisis and a hypothetical future that may or may not affect your family directly — survival is an instinct.

Someone at the top is still winning.

The super-rich were in fact the parasites the entire time — increasing their wealth while depleting the energy and overlooking the plight of those that make their lives comfortable.

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Born a Midwestern American, now a permanent Mexican resident. Outdoor adventurer, language enthusiast, and lover of classical music.

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Alicia Ruth Mendez

Alicia Ruth Mendez

Born a Midwestern American, now a permanent Mexican resident. Outdoor adventurer, language enthusiast, and lover of classical music.

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