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The giving pledge is an organisation or a campaign that is contains the wealthiest persons in the world and they are willing to give almost all their money to charity or at least half of their wealth The founders of the organisations are Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates Melinda Gates and billionaire investor Warren Buffet Their plan is to give over half of their fortunes except Warren Buffet he intend to give 99 of his wealth They are also contacting other wealthy people in USA wishing that they also would donate half or more of their fortunes The main reason of the philanthropy are they Bill Melinda Gates and Warren Buffet do not need all their money and instead of spend money on yacht an luxury they will make a difference and help other people The attitudes in text to are similar with Warren Buffets attitudes because he is the author so the idea with the giving pledge is according to text to positive So one of his attitudes is he claims that he do not need any possessions and do not need a luxury life he thinks that if a person owns to much possessions are in danger of getting to material and it ends with the possessions own the owner Therefore he can donate his money for a better cause He also says that when he give his fortune away it will not affect him or his familys way of living His children had received money for their future and personal use Text 3 attitudes or Peter Wilbys attitudes are different he is sceptical and has a negative attitude to the project He believes that if the billionaires are donating that much money away the US treasury will lose billions of dollars because the money are avoiding the tax or in other word none of the money are taxed Peter Wilby also thinks that the billionaires
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