4 thoughts on “Inequality In New Zealand

  1. Here is a very interesting article on what can be done, from the Council On Foreign Relations “Foreign Affairs” magazine.

    “Why Central Banks Should Give Money Directly to the People”
    https://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/141847/mark-blyth-and-eric-lonergan/print-less-but-transfer-more

    and some commentary
    https://theinternetpost.net/2014/08/26/it-begins-council-on-foreign-relations-proposes-that-central-banks-should-hand-consumers-cash-directly/

    Just goes to show how fake and odious the entire debt-slavery system is. And how unnecessary and immoral the taxation (theft) system is.

  2. Kia ora
    Wow, this was eye opening and mind blowing at its best. I kind of felt the gap between the have and the have nots but didn’t quite realize the extent of it and how it has come about. This inequality is a REAL problem and I acknowledge the contribution that Max has made/is making to highlight this on going issue for the 90% of New Zealanders that are working hard to go backwards.

  3. Kia ora
    Wow, this was eye opening and mind blowing at its best. I kind of felt the gap between the have and the have nots but didn’t quite realize the extent of it and how it has come about. This inequality is a REAL problem and I acknowledge the contribution that Max has made/is making to highlight this on going issue for the 90% of New Zealanders that are working hard to go backwards.

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