History tells us what may happen next with Brexit & Trump
Tobias Stone

Utilizing the same fundamental historic perspective could be argued that the political economy’s measures of the last 20 years led us to this situation. In other words, it can be argued that there is a great amount of responsibility in all politicians, academics and market gatekeepers in ignoring the rise of inequality at a global level and, therefore, no one can discharge himself from sharing the responsibility of the current landscape. Nor starving people who voted for Trump and Brexit, Nor who took advantage of the system until now, including Tobias Stone. Both categories were at a different time unable to see the past and the future from a historic perspective.

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