Wealth Inequality

Obscene Wealth Inequality Calls for a Global People's Revolution

Let's see, how can I express my rage any differently than I already have?

According to a new Oxfam report, 82% of the wealth generated last year went to the richest 1 percent of the global population. The poorest half, that would be about 3.5 billion, saw no increase at all.

Why I'm Boycotting the National Basketball Association (NBA)

The National Basketball Association had its opening night last night. For most this might not be a big deal, but to me it is. I've decided to stop watching NBA basketball games on TV. I'm boycotting. This goes along with other changes I've gone through in my later years such as boycotting the Presidential election and the representative political system, growing my hair long and refusing to think like the bastards want us to think.

Amerika, Land of the Haves and Have Nots, or, Where Art Thou Occupy?

The rich keep getting richer. That's as old as the hills. Hard to say when the first time that was said, maybe when Grok said it to Gruk. It's not a new thing that's for sure. People used to complain about the Rockefellers, Morgans and Rothchilds back in the day, still do. Now we have the rich, the very rich, the very, very rich, and the very, very fucking rich. Some of them we know, most of them we don't.

Conclusive Evidence: If you want more economic growth, reduce inequality

Reducing inequality isn't just good for democracy, it's good for the economy as a whole.
That's the conclusions of the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, and other capitalist outlets.
Let's go straight to their findings at the IMF.