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No Escape From ‘Flattening Vortex’ As Long As ‘Resistance To Redistributive Forces’ Persists, Deutsche’s Kocic Warns

"The resistance against radical redistribution of wealth has been remarkably robust and resilient".

"The resistance against radical redistribution of wealth has been remarkably robust and resilient".
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1 comment on “No Escape From ‘Flattening Vortex’ As Long As ‘Resistance To Redistributive Forces’ Persists, Deutsche’s Kocic Warns

  1. vicissitude

    Yah just can’t concentrate the wealth of nations into the hands of a few pricks — it’s just not a good idea — and only moronic crook-like people can believe that it results in anything good, except for the only possibility which is to make wealthy people richer and poor people poorer. The GOP/trump tax cuts and gangster approach to economics as a distributive force is based on a crayon scrawl by a 3rd grade bully with a super low IQ!

    Also see: Schwarzschild showed that any mass could become a black hole if that mass were compressed into a sufficiently small sphere—a sphere with a radius R, which we now call the Schwarzschild radius. To calculate the Schwarzschild radius of any object—a planet, a galaxy, even an apple—all you need to know is the mass to be compressed.

    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/article/the-schwarzschild-radius-natures-breaking-point/

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