1.7 Trillion Reasons Why This Whole Populist Thing Is A Terrible Idea

1.7 Trillion Reasons Why This Whole Populist Thing Is A Terrible Idea

"Thanks populism." That's a phrase I've used a lot recently. And it's a phrase that, thanks to the clearly derogatory undertone, has elicited more than a few angry e-mails. Maybe I'll print some of them this weekend (without the names attached of course). A whole lot of people have gotten it into their heads that they have a once in a lifetime opportunity to participate in and perpetuate some kind of historic uprising against a cabal of nefarious global elites who conspire daily to keep the d
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3 thoughts on “1.7 Trillion Reasons Why This Whole Populist Thing Is A Terrible Idea

  1. Tell it, brother Heisenberg, tell it! When the chickens come home to roost, the rich will be on their way to their private islands. If gold isn’t a viable tradable commodity in our not-so-distant dystopian future, we should instead stock up on gin, tequila and vodka. Each little airline bottle will be the equivalent of a $20 bill.

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