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Thomas Sowell on the myths of Ecomonic Inequality
By Thomas Sowell with comments by Ron
Sep 15, 2019 - 8:57:11 PM

[Ron: Inequality is not a myth. But the alleged reasons for it are. Those myths are promulgated by the demonic Talmudic controllers of our world which the Triodity of Presidents Trump, Putin  and Xi are currently eliminating.

Thomas Sowell completely debunks the bullshit Liberal, Progressivist narrative about economic inequality, racial inequality, and the myths that have continued to falsely describe the system of poverty among different racial and economic classes. The US Democratic party has NOT championed the rights of Blacks and the poor in the US it has exploited them throughout all US history. Similar lies have been promulgated globally pretending that Liberalism ie cultural Marxist socialism has championed the rights of disadvantaged people everywhere. It hasn't. Thomas Sowell is a very perceptive individual.].

by | Jan 3, 2019 | Inequality, Racism

Thomas Sowell discusses economic inequality, racial inequality, and the myths that have continued to falsely describe the system of poverty among different racial and economic classes. Sowell explains the economic theories behind these pervasive myths and proposes fact-based solutions for seemingly intractable situations.

Sowell discusses his early life as a high school dropout and his first full-time job as a Western Union messenger delivering telegrams. He admits to flirting with Marxism in his early twenties as he first tried to grapple with the housing inequality he saw across the neighborhoods of New York City. Marxism, he says, was the only explanation he could find at the time. He went on to serve in the Marine Corps before continuing his education in economics at Harvard and earning a master’s at Columbia and a PhD at the University of Chicago. Sowell’s first job after his receiving his PhD in economics was working for the Department of Labor, and he says it was there that he realized Marxism was not the answer. He argues that the government has its own institutional interests in inequality that cannot be explained through Marxism. He began to be discouraged by Marxism and the government in general and began searching for better economic ideas and solutions (the free market). Robinson and Sowell discuss Sowell’s written works, his ideas of racial and economic inequality, the state of the United States today, and much more.

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