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Trickle Down Is Siphon Up

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What we consider to be our economy is not designed to be very distributive. Although it’s often touted as a “trickle down” method, the truth is that it largely siphons up. Since it started being being shaped into its current incarnation a few centuries ago, it has been designed to reward the wealthy by exploiting the poor for the energy that can be derived from their suffering.




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