First I would like you to watch this segment, if have not already seen it. The results of which are not entirely unexpected.
To say that wealth makes one behave unethically is an understatement at best. What they have shown and what we have seen so far, is that the more one has…the more one behaves like a complete prick. The most interesting aspect of this is that this behavior has little to do with the subjects political or ideological beliefs or philosophy.
Now as an antidote to the above – which is brought almost entirely by the individualistic pursuit of wealth and personal gain to the exclusion of all others – Dmitry Orlov has been writing series of essays on Communities That Abide. Those where the welfare of all the members is more important than that of an individual. Where they work together for the health and well being…
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