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2021-04-07

Just to prove that no nation is being spared the great recycling of wealth from the poor population to the rich corporates (and that the Trump style of communication has caught on), a Mahashtra tweet-storm is featured in The Times of India no less:

"Professional ‘actors’ can continue shooting their films. Professional ‘cricketers’ can play their sport late into the night. Professional ‘politicians’ can continue their rallies with masses of people. But YOUR business or work is not ESSENTIAL. Still don’t get it?"

"It’s no coincidence that the losses of the common man are gains of the wealthiest. That the closure of brick and mortar benefits digital and e-commerce. The farmer and his soil being corporatised and colonised. Data and privacy being harvested and sold to new age empires"

Worth a quick read.

This is a premeditated world-wide phenomenon and we should treat it as such.