The Bible makes it very clear that the 'poor' as it uses the term are hated by their neighbours, hated by his "friends", and bullied by the so-called "rich" of the world. It is not the lack of absolute 'equality' to material things that indicts the world, but the manipulation, hatred and oppression of the poor.
The root of oppression is hate. Hate is murder in the eyes of God (1 John 3:15). Hatred does not necessarily manifest in outright abusive treatment, or even indifference although such are manifestations of hatred. Hatred is manifested as unrighteous anger against the object or objects of that hatred. There are two types of anger: unrighteous anger and righteous anger.
Righteous anger is one that is angry on the basis of being opposed to that which is wrong in the eyes of God. Righteous anger is perceived as hate by those who hate the truth because it opposes the very being of those who hate the truth. Proverbs 28:4 makes it clear that "They that forsake the law praise the wicked: but such as keep the law contend with them." This explains why the unsaved who hate the law of God and are immoral, unlike the other 'moral' unsaved people, think that the true Christian is hostile against them. In their own blindness, they think the true Christians seek to "impose" their views on them out of their own evil, wickedness and unrighteousness. It is only because they are suppress the truth by their own unrighteousness that they hate the righteous. Being hated for being righteous is the greatest honour the Christian can ever and should receive. It is a great honour to be hated by the world that should be treasured like wisdom.