This post was created over Summer and One Eyed Rye ale at the oldest pub the Lord Nelson and it was spirited by the Swedish Newsagency based in Sydney who happen to discuss the current state of the world laughable leadership at our revolutionary tables ... The revolution will happen ... it is unknown whether the next revolution will look more like the French as in red or more like the Bohemian as in velvet ...
Toma in a nutshell, The super-rich could survive on a bit less
A World of Struggle: How Power, Law, and Expertise Shape Global PoliticalEconomy
“I feel deeply about poverty, but at least I believe in redistribution! I fight poverty by advocating for redistribution.” IS INCREASING INEQUALITY INEVITABLE? REFLECTIONS ON CAPITAL IN THE 21ST CENTURY THOMAS PIKETTY 23 OCTOBER 2016
Andrew Leigh introduced Toma to 2000 souls ... If Australia continues to become more unequal – as Piketty’s capital theory suggests it might – then it will become increasingly difficult to hang on to these values. A veneer of fairness might persist, but a shallow equality of manners would be a poor substitute for the deeper egalitarianism that has traditionally characterised our nation. How much should we let inequality grow? There is no right answer to this question, but we should not shrink from asking it...
One Of The Five Great Myths Of American Inequality - Redistribution Has Risen
The Tax Code for the Ultra-Rich vs. the One for Everyone Else The Atlantic
Socrates set the bar too high. Sage, ascetic, gadfly: His purity of motivation is impossible for philosophers to sustain in modern capitalist society