Recently, I watched the Robert Reich documentary “Inequality For All”, which attributed the very serious problem of growing wealth inequality in the Americas, Africa, the EU and Asia to every single factor except the primary one – Central Bankers and fractional reserve banking. If you watch this documentary without a critical eye, the reasons given by former US Labor Secretary Robert Reich for growing wealth inequality in America seem reasonable and well thought out on the surface. However, once you start peeling back layers to his arguments, one will discover that Reich attributes causation of wealth inequality to correlated factors when there is often little causation or sometimes no causation at all.
Below is my one-hour video debunking all the critical points Reich raises in “Inequality for All” in which I prove that just because someone criticizes the results of an immoral system does not mean that he is willing to tell the truth about the immoral system.
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P.S. Though this video is widely available throughout Asia, some have told me that this video is blocked in other countries. Hopefully, you will be able to view this video in your country.
About the author: JS Kim is the Managing Director of SmartKnowledgeU, a fiercely independent research and consulting firm that focuses on intelligent ways to preserve wealth during these global currency wars.
Posted: Monday, August 11th, 2014 @ 1:06 pm
Categories: wealth inequality.
Tags: currency wars, Inequality for All, inflation, L&S C180U Wealth & Poverty, Robert Reich, UC Berkeley, wealth inequality.
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