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“There’s Anger Building Out There” – One Man’s Message To Davos Elites

This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at Zero Hedge One man went to Davos and dared to say what Pepe Escobar thought no one would – that “it’s the inequality, stupid.” Amid all the back-slapping exuberance of record high global stock markets and record high global net worth, John McDonnell, the U.K. opposition Labour Party’s spokesman on […]

Getting Rich Is Largely About Luck (Just Don’t Tell The Wealthy) / Via The Conversation / May 10, 2017 The UK suffers from the highest levels of income inequality in Europe – partly because of the delusions of its rich. In countries where the rich have less, they tend to be less delusional, about themselves, about other people, about what is possible, and about why some become […]

The Root of Rising Inequality: Our “Lawnmower” Economy (hint: we’re the lawn)

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / MONDAY, APRIL 11, 2016 This predatory exploitation is only possible if the central bank and state have partnered with financial Elites. After decades of denial, the mainstream has finally conceded that rising income and wealth inequality […]

SHTFplan: 62 Richest Rule Age of Inequality: “Today’s Elites Are Gods. This Should Make Us Angry.”

Prepare yourself. Buy physical silver and storable food. The industrialists, bankers and politicians tied to the oligarchy have coded the system to tilt the game in their favor. It is now a matter of statistical record that the “recovery” after the 2008 economic crisis was a transfer of wealth to those who already dominated the […]

“Presidentialism” Not Serving American Politics Well / by Ben Tanosborn / 01/05/2016 22:30 -0500 Here we are heralding the entrance of a new year with myriad problems confronting us; some problems appearing as daily spoken realities – those principally dealing with the economy, war and terrorism; others, subliminally present, silenced by national choice – such as bigotry, an ever-expanding income-wealth inequality and […]

If You Want to Limit the Power of the Super-Wealthy, Stop Using their Money / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2015 The only way to reverse rising inequality and break the power of the super-wealthy Financial Aristocracy is to stop using their central-bank issued currencies. Many well-meaning people want to limit the wealth and power of the super-wealthy, i.e. the Financial Aristocracy/Oligarchy. (For more on the modern class structure, […]

Technology and Government Shouldn’t Mix / Benjamin M. Wiegold / DECEMBER 17, 2015 We live in a time like never before in human history. Our scientific knowledge and technological capabilities are rapidly advancing, affecting nearly every aspect of human life. Examples are rife, from smart phones and robotics, to thought-controlled prosthetics, wireless power, even force fields. Countless others that sounded like […]

American Dream Ends Abruptly: “Middle-Class Families No Longer the Majority”

Too many are losing too much too fast. A new study has found the American Dream dead, under apparent delusions of grandeur and with heavy traces of pharmaceuticals and dead tissue debt. Several large tumors were found inside, with the largest connected to student loan. A rapid decline in upward job opportunities and a contracting […]

20 Richest Dwarf the Wealth of Half of All Americans: “Our Economy Bleeding Middle Class Jobs”

This article was written by Michael Snyder and originally published at his End of the American Dream blog. Editor’s Comment: It’s not that the wealth of the world’s richest is so obscene, but it is the price that their wealth has cost the rest of the people trying to earn a living, and survive with […]

If We Don’t Change the Way Money Is Created and Distributed, Rising Inequality Will Trigger Social Disorder / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2015 Centrally issued money optimizes inequality, monopoly, cronyism, stagnation, low social mobility and systemic instability. If we don’t change the way money is created and distributed, wealth inequality will widen to the point of social disorder. Everyone who wants to reduce wealth inequality with more regulations and taxes […]