Article taken from Issue 2 of The Ox-Fly - Oxford's radical newsletter:
Meanwhile the world's richest 200 people doubled their money in the 4 years between 1994 and 1998, that's like having a 20% interest rate on your savings account! The amount they gained in those 4 years is an average $2.5 billion each, how are we supposed to believe that they earned that?
How could they even pretend they deserve that much money?
The solution? Put simply, take back the wealth and decide together how to use it for public benefit! The attempt to squat the empty Fox and Hounds pub is a great practical example: