But +Conor Murphy
, people are still too close in relative wealth. We need a bigger wealth gap in order to create jobs. Why would you go get a job when you don't need it as badly?
They need to remove minimum wage and get wage down to $0.50/hr to spur job growth. Just think how many people can be hired for $0.50/hr? And think of all the savings the top 0.0001% will see in labor expenses. They can start new companies that pay people $0.50/hr and make even more profits. Pretty soon, everyone would be employed for $0.50/hr and then people can buy little space-efficient houses with 60yr mortgages that they can actually afford. No more housing bubbles either. And US manufacturing can become viable in the world economy.
The other problem with an egalitarian society is that everyone thinks that their opinion is of equal weight and that they deserve a "vote." In fact, this is not true. Most people by in large are ignorant and should be told what to think or say by a priest on Sunday. They have no business voting. By increasing the wage gap, we can foster a sense of followership
instead of citizenship.
But we still have a population problem. Hence the need to remove all forms of birth control and to attack women. We have a ways to go to catch up with the Chinese population.