Thursday 9 October 2014


Britain 1960s 1970s. London's Science Museum.

Many people today are richer than people back in 1820.

However, the gap between the haves and the have-nots globally is now at the same level as in the 1820s.

Gap Widens!

This is according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.


The researchers studied income levels in 25 countries, charted them back to 1820 and then collated them as if the world was a single country.

(Full report here)

The Gini coefficient is used to measure income inequality.

Zero represents perfect equality and 100 perfect inequality.

The global Gini rose from 49 in 1820 to 66 in 2000.

Britain 1960s 1970s. London's Science Museum.

Between 1950 and 1980, income inequality did drop sharply.

This was due to an 'egalitarian revolution.'

This 'egalitarian revolution' involved Socialist Parties and Trade Unions winning better wages and conditions for the poor, particularly in Europe.

These Socialist Parties and Trade Unions were then infiltrated by the right-wing security services.

Reagan came to power in 1981 and Thatcher came to power in 1979.

Inequality shot up after globalization got going in the 1980s.

Let's look at some individual countries:

In the USA, the share of national income going to the richest 1% has doubled since 1980, from 10% to 20%, roughly where it was a century ago.

In China, Thailand, Egypt and Germany, income inequality in 2000 was about the same as it had been in 1820.

Brazil and Mexico are even more unequal than they were in 1820.

Only in a few nations - such as Switzerland and France - has there been a long-term decline in income inequality.

The Scandinavian countries have the smallest income disparities, but these countries have now been fully infiltrated by the CIA and its friends.

Britain 1960s 1970s. London's Science Museum.

Some voters have been successfully brainwashed into voting for the politicians who will rob the poor in order to help the rich.

Think of Reagan, Thatcher, Blair, Obama...

Some voters have been brainwashed into rejecting the politicians who help the poor.

Think of the critics of Arbenz in Guatemala, Mosaddegh in Iran, Kirchner in Argentina, Allende in Chile, Ben Ali in Tunisia, Alex Salmond in Scotland... 

There is a continuing mind control programme to persuade the voters that the rich deserve to be rich and that the poor deserve to be poor.

There is a continuing mind control programme to persuade the voters that taxes on the rich must not be raised and that the moderate socialist policies in Scandinavia are a bad thing.

US is an oligarchy, not a democracy.

Britain 1960s 1970s. London's Science Museum.

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At 9 October 2014 at 03:06 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

At 9 October 2014 at 05:53 , Blogger Unknown said...

Spot on AangIrfan.

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At 9 October 2014 at 07:24 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Income equality is a fatuous and economically pernicious goal. Ensuring that all people have the benefit of the vast productive capacity of the Age of Robotics is a saner objective, and realizable with a modified approach to income distribution.

At 9 October 2014 at 08:33 , Blogger Greg Pearson said...

Just one question- how the hell can you tell who voted for whom? Vote fraud is the M.O. for the "elite" ever since voting started and non-transparent, unverifiable voting systems have been introduced, especially Diebold and ES&S, now in use across the world! Recall the protests when Putin "won"? Remember how Sarkozy came from nowhere to win? Vote fraud is the way in Israel.....As Ralph Nader says "you can't tell ANYTHING from votes counted by these systems(and I paraphrase)" I agree mind-control does work on some, but not enough to get these results- Ron Paul in 2012 proved that- .

At 9 October 2014 at 15:43 , Anonymous Anonymous said...



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