But the truth speaks for itself. There is a great gap between what Bono proclaims to defend, and how he really lives his life. For the ones who haven’t been informed, U2 relocated to The Netherlands some years ago to avoid taxes. Bono and his gang are multimillionaire bullshit rock stars, but they changed their country of affairs to avoid paying higher taxes. While Bono pretends to care and to protect and to defend the world, the poor, the homeless and the defenseless, shouting to everybody the importance to fight the systematic problem of poverty in Africa, his only real preoccupation is to get richer, and richer and richer. And the most unbelievable thing is that his attitudes really deceive naïve people, who really believe that he is some masculine version of Angelina Jolie (who, unlike Bono, is a true humanitarian activist). U2 has high financial risks and investments operations, but they have arranged everything for their costs to be the lowest possible, and the profits to be the highest. U2 is not a band, but a multimillion business enterprise – a category upon which the most famous bands in the world, like the Rolling Stones, Metallica and Aerosmith, to name just a few, could be included – and the priority on Bono’s agenda, as well as his band mates, is to keep the money flourishing, without a truce. Money is the only thing that really matters. Oh, and keeping up with the appearances too.