For the Love of Money - NYTimes.com. I've said in hundreds of media comment sections that the rich and powerful are only doing what they system expects them to do. Eventually, they get caught up in it not dissimilar to an addiction. This NYT article, written by a former hedge-fund trader nails it precisely. The … Continue reading The 1 percent is a distorted version of the 99 percent
Copiosis should not be seen as defending the one percent. Rather, we're clarifying realities. Underlying all our assertions is this: we are all culpable, creating and maintaining Status-Quo economies and associated political systems perpetuating the life-game called "earning a living". The only way we're going to make progressive change is declaring that game over and … Continue reading Why the 1percent aren’t to blame for poverty
Don't you wish you had power? You could get people to do pretty much anything you wanted. The rich have quite a lot of power. Presidents, Popes, CEOs, and Head Coaches all seem to have a lot of power. Some power is open, and considered to be legitimate (it's called authority); while other power is … Continue reading How to make power work for everyone
Nations with Traditional economies always have government. Do Copiosis Economies have to have a government? Of course, that depends upon what one means by the word "government." Referring to a dictionary, the most appropriate definition we can find is as follows: 5 a: the organization, machinery, or agency through which a political unit exercises authority … Continue reading Usher in the post-government era now.