I am sometimes accused of being extreme. I do not believe that is true. I merely oppose a system that I see as grossly unfair.
The world is run by the rich for the rich. The mass of people (us) are manipulated, controlled and given as little as they can get away with.
They control the media and use it to denigrate anyone who is a threat to this system.
They promote their own, use corruption and inducements and buy off politicians.
The result is that wealthy people like Trump, Johnson, Cameron, Osborne and May are put into power. They then fail to address the tax evasion loopholes, give tax cuts to the wealthy and corporations, and support a system of corruption.
The result is a small elite who cream off a huge slice of the wealth and the rest of us who have to live off what is left.
The result is public services that are grossly underfunded.
We have a grossly unfair system.
The inequality gap widens. The rich get richer and the poor become poorer.
After a decade of Tory mismanagement and austerity we have a lot more very rich people, decaying public services and the poor being demonised and placed in terrible straits. Rough sleepers, soup kitchens and food banks.
Do the Tories care? Not at all. They have just been elected with an increased majority. They’ve conned everyone again!
So I ask – is it extreme to ask for a fair wage?
Is it extreme to ask for better public services?
Is it extreme to suggest the tax evasion loopholes should be blocked?
Is it extreme to want a graduated tax system to reduce gross inequality?
I think not.
I want a fair and just society – not paupers and princes!
As Balzac said: Behind every great fortune lies a great crime.
The wealthy elite, through greed and selfishness are creating mass poverty and destroying the environment for obscene amounts of profit.
They need curtailing.