When we have a government of the left, the rich live in a stimulating environment and the poor in a discouraging environment. So what is happening (the rising inequality between rich and poor), is distinctly average, expected, inevitable.
As you can tell by the number of articles that I published with reference to this topic (1), is something that worries me, it takes me, excites me, inspires me, enrages me, gives me the creeps.
The reason for such interest could be summarized by saying that : poverty develops rich territories, while in very poor areas increase the chances that the population is working, industrious, creative, connected, compassionate, disciplined, lover of money, comfort, thrifty, farsighted.
Since a few years ago left ideology is gaining power to the point of being democratic rule in many countries that were traditionally ruled by right-wing governments. Until now the U.S. has a president (Barack Obama, the Democratic party), which could be classified as the most left-wing in the history of that country.
In parallel, international organizations dedicated to observe the economic poverty of the people, are finding that more and more poor, that more poor are getting poorer and the rich are getting richer.
This could be explained, in accordance with the tenets and raised in articles published previously (1), that a leftist government becomes the scene of the rich in a stimulating context (aggressive predator opponent, detrimental from the point of view of tax policy) and, simultaneously, a discouraging context, (perks, aids, handouts, tax relief, exemptions, favoritism) for the poor.
When we have a government of the left, the rich live in a stimulating environment and the poor in a discouraging atmosphere. Therefore, the rising inequality between rich and poor that we are checking is distinctly average, expected, inevitable.
Nota: O texto original em espanhol (sem tradução do Google): La izquierda hunde a los pobres.
(Este es el Artículo Nº 2.166)