Monday, January 22, 2018

The 1% got 82% of all wealth in 2017

According to Oxfam International. Hence GDP numbers that include the wealth generated do not take this into account, as this increases income inequality, a far more important statistic. This upward redistribution of wealth is not based on work or on goods produced, but merely on being born into it and on tax policy written by and for the wealthy. This is a clear sign that the economy based on this type of theft is in its death throes.

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