Oxfam is as economically illiterate as it is morally purblind

We know a little — and it is not very edifying — of Oxfam’s ethics. What of its economics? The ‘charity’ states in its propaganda that the eight richest men in the world own as much as the poorer half of the whole of humanity combined:

As growth benefits the richest, the rest of society – especially the poorest – suffers. The very design of our economies and the principles of our economics have taken us to this extreme, unsustainable and unjust point. 

Dalrymple examines this incitement to envy — incitement of the type also practised, of course, by the likes of Bernie Sanders and Jeremy Corbyn — in the 2017 essay The Wealth Gap, animated and read for us here by Weg Zorn:

On Weg Zorn’s YouTube channel: Dalrymple’s exposition of how Oxfam’s propaganda is an incitement to envy

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