Out of the infinity amount of ways to segregate and understand the world, we choose the classic one – in terms of the Bougee elite and the Working (middle and lower) labor class. Nothing explains the world’s damaged principles and lose morals best like the Marxists do.
The funny things is that today, there is particular class that is richer than these bougee ultra elite. The class is not comprised of people or countries or economies, but of organisations. Very big and powerful, very central organisations.
This really makes me think that was i looking at the world all wrong? The cliche money rules paradigm is maybe not just a paradigm at all but the reality.
Everything after all is pitching more and more money to the capitalist land owner who is then pouring it into the vaults of his or her organisation. May it be an innocent laborer investing in life insurance, may it be charity of the somewhat false rich, may it be the fast moving everyday consumer goods such as your tea and my croissant, or even if it is the diet plan you think is created out of goodwill of the influencer.
Come to think of it, there is no order in the world except the rule of capital power as opposed to militant. No more systems competing against systems, only fake democracies that try to uplift the poor and pretend to be left wing while their hands and feet are still tightly clasped by the hands of very good old Patriarchy and Capitalist exploitation.
People who dare to think against or even about it are shunned and muted forever, even in this so called free world of social media and #Metoo. Nothing that empowers the oppressed makes way to the masses because nobody from the masses will pay big sums that support the cause. Even if the money is present and people are willing and able to pay for fair changes, no capitalist would let this loss of power occur. Because, clearly, the power of one means the weakness of the others.
But, years later and innovations ahead, we have found a technology that is both pertinently challenging and available to all. It is both unavoidable and non-plundering.
What is this challenge for the Bougee rich a** people?
Well it is simple. When in a world of very disposable wealth and freedom, organisations begin to become obsolete and redundant no business organisation would like to remain centralized. No organisation would want to cease to exist even if it means loss of the power of those ruling. Organisations will begin to shrink in size as so many jobs get automated. The jobs of the higher professionals. This happened to the working class through the growth of telecom sector, globalization and the assembly line.
The jobs of the senior analysts, key thinkers and so many professions is at stake, such as Hollywood producers. This means that they will be kicked out so tech could replace them. This will then welcome an era of decentralised, mostly automated, fair and decent organisations, perhaps medium or small sized. Those will be perfect economic times to live in. I am up for it, are you?