Feb 24, 2020, 7:38 PM
—“So by the end of this century, as little as 1/5 of the population of the presently-industrialized world could be responsible for perhaps (my number) 85% of productivity, living in physical comfort but shunted into an ever-tighter technical labor market requiring career dedication to stay ahead in (hence out of the underclass), while also keeping its boot on the neck of the other Westerners that (literally) couldn’t learn to code, and an eye on the roiling Third World population at the same time?”—Stan De Santis
The consumption led capitalist order cannot persist.
The redistributive socialist order cannot persist.
We need a new order.
That’s what I’m suggesting.
Shifting from single to multiple economies.