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    Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen ”A map of the world that does not include Utopia is not worth even glancing at for it leaves out the one country at which Humanity is always landing And when Humanity lands there it looks out and seeing a better country sets sail Progress is the realization of Utopias” Oscar WildeRutger Bregman the Dutch hist

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    Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman What a painful book to read during the first week of Trump's administration I swear every time I finished a chapter a new po

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    Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download EBOOK / KINDLE (Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen) Author Rutger Bregman If you like progressive pro welfare state social security in a nutshell the Nordic model praising nonfiction with hard facts

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    Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman Capitalist or communist it all boils down to a pointless distinction between two types of poor and to a major misconception that we almost managed to dispel some 40 years ago – the fallacy that a life without poverty is a privilege you have to work for rather than a right we all deserveA breezy read with ideas

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    Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen Radical ideas at first glance but all put forward in this book aren't unreasonable neither are they unrealistic They are logically presented and supported with facts and tons of research and history It is an enlightening read and I wish politi

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen) Author Rutger Bregman Something I hear not infreuently at the moment is a prediction that this crisis is going to really really make a differen

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen) Author Rutger Bregman Really wanted to like this I'm a big fan of The Correspondent's journalism and believe that basic income is an important idea whose time might have come It was certainly interesting to learn about the history and the few studies that have been undertaken Also fascinating to learn about the history and failings of GDP as a measureHowever the attempts to persuade seemed full of holes and contradictions One minute the aut

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    EBOOK / KINDLE (Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen) Author Rutger Bregman I respond to utopian thinking the way any other moderately informed liberal does Well wouldn't that be nice oO But the I read of Bregman's book the my resistance melted away Why aren't we setting our sights higher than adding a dollar to the minimum wage and opposing Trump's wall? Hell you wanna address unemployment as a result of automation? Why not support a universal basic income and a shorter work week You

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    review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman EBOOK / KINDLE (Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen) Author Rutger Bregman Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download The modern creed – or worse the belief that there’s nothing left to believe in – makes us blind to the shortsightedness and i

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    review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen A reasonably good summary of the history of universal basic income and the drive to a shorter working week although if you've read a few long essays on those topics it's unlikely you'll learn much Unfortunately the book is spoiled by a few th

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Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen

Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download He traditional left right divides as he introduces ideas whose time has come Utopia for Realists is one of those rare books that takes you by surprise and challenges what you think you know In the words of leading. Capitalist or communist it all boils down to a pointless distinction between two types of poor and to a major misconception that we almost managed to dispel some 40 years ago the fallacy that a life without poverty is a privilege you have to work for rather than a right we all deserveA breezy read with ideas that are backed up by genuinely interesting statistics and anecdotesArgues that we can better society and move towards utopia by implementing three ideas a 15 hour workweek a universal basic income UBI and open bordersThe problem isn t the programs he s advocating it s the neoliberal lens he s viewing them from he grotesuely spends the last chapter blowing Hayek and Friedman The 15 hour workweek for example sounds fantastic the way he lays it out time to play to dedicate to art to spend with family and enjoy life but there s already plenty of people in the retail sector working a 15 hour workweek Their lives aren t idyllic they re struggling against poverty It s called precarity and politicians can t come up with any way to soften its sting Of course a genuine labour movement along the lines of the one that brought us the forty hour workweek could go a long way to making the 15 hour week desirable But the author doesn t even acknowledge it s a problem The UBI is the same thing It s easy to imagine how it would improve my own life and very tempting to see it as a solves all for poverty But if a heartless ghoul like Dick Cheney and his neolizard pal Rumsfeld advocated for it then it s just not that simple I don t think a UBI can work unless we have a universal right to education healthcare and housing Those are the three things that everyone in our society needs but no one can realistically be expected to pay for them upfront What good is a UBI if we re all bogged down in student loads health insurance bills and rent payments Of course that s exactly why conservatives are tripping all over their dicks for a ubi so they can gut and privatize everything else and bring us all back to feudalismHis case for open borders is so vague I don t know what to make of it If he just means accepting immigrants sure I m all for it My own country Canada needs them Immigrants contribute to society and to the economy in countless ways Refugees too If nothing else there was a boost of civic morale when we started taking in large numbers of Syrian refugees though I suspect that s going to bite Trudeau in the ass now that s he trying to backpedal away from it all But what Bregman is advocating seems to go beyond even the current Eurozone which really does seem like a disaster I mean it ended the beggar thy neighbour trade policies that used to result in war but it also created a new caste of democratically unaccountable elites who are uninterested in a proletariat that gets to choose between a life on welfare benefits or immigration away from home just to make a basic living He points out that in Africa money is lost to tax evasion than is received in aid but I don t see how open checkpoint free borders are going to change that Africa doesn t need any Luxembourgs There s nothing wrong with the mechanisms he s proposing They can all work to make our lives better It s the ideology free ideology of neoliberalism that s at issue With the managerial mindset it s hard to see how life could improve It d be a brand new world at implementation and then back to managed decline On the other hand if these were road markers of a truly progressive leftist campaign backed up by a collective will for a better world well then maybe they re ideas worth investigating after all HighlightsLike KSR and Sanders he advocates for a tax on socially useless financial speculation to pay for social programs which I d be all for view spoilerThe upshot is that we ve all gotten poorer For every dollar a bank earns an estimated euivalent of 60 cents is destroyed elsewhere in the economic chain Conversely for every dollar a researcher earns a value of at least 5 and often much is pumped back into the economy Higher taxes for top earners would serve in Harvard science speak to reallocate talented individuals from professions that cause negative externalities to those that cause positive externalities hide spoiler

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Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download Social theorist Zygmunt Bauman it is brilliant truly enlightening and eminently readableThis original Dutch bestseller sparked a national movement for basic income experiments that soon made international headlines. The modern creed or worse the belief that there s nothing left to believe in makes us blind to the shortsightedness and injustice that still surround us every day To give a few examples Why have we been working harder and harder since the 1980s despite being richer than ever Why are millions of people still living in poverty when we are than rich enough to put an end to it once and for all And why is than 60% of your income depends on the country where you just happen to have been born24 Utopias offer no ready made answers let alone solutions But they do ask the right uestions I ve had this on my TBR since 2017 Upon watching the viral video of Bregman at Davos berating the billionaires for not paying their fair share of taxes I felt I had to read his book For those of you who haven t seen that short speech here it isAs you can tell from my rating I m very happy I read this book It was riveting informative and most importantly it challenged and changed some of my ideas I love when this happensBregman is starting to be known as the universal basic income guy I don t know about you in the past year or so I ve come across some articles about this notion half dismissing it as undoable Upon reading this book I ve changed my mind It sounds like a far fetched idea until you read about itIn the past the economists and other people in the know were predicting the working week will be around 15 hrs by 2030 Obviously it didn t happen and it s unlikely to if anything the opposite is true especially for certain countries in the developed world especially the USA Japan South Korea etc But many of the enlightened European countries are moving towards shorter and shorter weekly hours the Netherlands is at the top with an average of 275 hrsweek followed very closely by Germany Another thing that Bregman discusses in depth is poverty homelessness and foreign aid to poor countries I m a proud and loud lefty and even I have better said had some misconceptions about poor people and poverty and I was far from being one of those people who go on and on about why don t they just get a job and why do they keep having so many kids well I still think that about everyone because of overpopulation and they should stop drinking and smoking I dislike drinking and smoking in everyone etc The big reason poor people are poor is because they don t have enough money notes economist Charles Kenny and it shouldn t come as a huge surprise that giving them money is a great way to reduce that problem Those sceptical will probably huff and puff at all these utopian ideals but guess what most good things we take for granted today such as democracy women s right to vote birth control you name it they were all considered undoable unnecessary in the beginning Somebody usually on the fringes had an idea a vision Look I can go on and on about this book It s by no means perfect but it gave me food for thought and it whetted my appetite to read booksarticles on such important issues If you have any suggestionslinks do let me knowHighly recommended A World of Ideas Conversations With Thoughtful Men and Women About American Life Today and the Ideas Shaping Our Future people still living in Brief an den Vater poverty when we are than rich enough to Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen put an end to it once and for all And why is than 60% of your income depends on the country where you just happen to have been born24 Utopias offer no ready made answers let alone solutions But they do ask the right uestions I ve had this on my TBR since 2017 Upon watching the viral video of Bregman at Davos berating the billionaires for not Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges paying their fair share of taxes I felt I had to read his book For those of you who haven t seen that short speech here it isAs you can tell from my rating I m very happy I read this book It was riveting informative and most importantly it challenged and changed some of my ideas I love when this happensBregman is starting to be known as the universal basic income guy I don t know about you in the In guten Kreisen past year or so I ve come across some articles about this notion half dismissing it as undoable Upon reading this book I ve changed my mind It sounds like a far fetched idea until you read about itIn the Serafina and the Black Cloak past the economists and other Artemis Fowl people in the know were La esfinge maragata predicting the working week will be around 15 hrs by 2030 Obviously it didn t happen and it s unlikely to if anything the opposite is true especially for certain countries in the developed world especially the USA Japan South Korea etc But many of the enlightened European countries are moving towards shorter and shorter weekly hours the Netherlands is at the top with an average of 275 hrsweek followed very closely by Germany Another thing that Bregman discusses in depth is The Inklings CS Lewis JRR Tolkien Charles Williams and Their Friends poverty homelessness and foreign aid to The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig poor countries I m a Spectrum 21 proud and loud lefty and even I have better said had some misconceptions about Zanboomer poor Vögeln ist schön people and The Relativity of Wrong poverty and I was far from being one of those Die Dämonenbraut people who go on and on about why don t they just get a job and why do they keep having so many kids well I still think that about everyone because of overpopulation and they should stop drinking and smoking I dislike drinking and smoking in everyone etc The big reason Apt Pupil poor Muffy the Demon Slayer people are Pinstripe Empire poor is because they don t have enough money notes economist Charles Kenny and it shouldn t come as a huge surprise that giving them money is a great way to reduce that Rastafari problem Those sceptical will Saphirblau probably huff and Chancy and the Grand Rascal puff at all these utopian ideals but guess what most good things we take for granted today such as democracy women s right to vote birth control you name it they were all considered undoable unnecessary in the beginning Somebody usually on the fringes had an idea a vision Look I can go on and on about this book It s by no means Anna hambad perfect but it gave me food for thought and it whetted my appetite to read booksarticles on such important issues If you have any suggestionslinks do let me knowHighly recommended

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Read & Download Gratis geld voor iedereen over het basisinkomen de 15 urige werkweek en een wereld zonder grenzen review Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ñ Rutger Bregman Rutger Bregman Ñ 9 Read & Download From a universal basic income to a 15 hour workweek from a world without borders to a world without poverty – it’s time to return to utopian thinkingRutger Bregman takes us on a journey through history beyond t. If you like progressive pro welfare state social security in a nutshell the Nordic model praising nonfiction with hard facts and undeniable logical argumentations some of them the first time presented to a larger audience this is your new favorite After having read Klein Chomsky and Ziegler who are all primarily talking about the problems and showing some ways out of the dilemma I find this new approach towards less ranting and solutions very positive What it differentiates from many leftright conservativeprogressive capitalistsocialist etc writings is that it s really trying to be neutral although the author is pro social democracy and Keynesian economicsI ve read many mostly left thinkers and do you know what happens all the time Instead of talking about how to find a compromise solutions built a better future together there is mostly bashing of the opponent no matter who is right or wrong and yes there are cases where leftist politics can t immediately be implemented and other solutions have to be found There is so much faith belief conditioning coincidences who conditions and indoctrinates one to be on one side that an open discussion gets and impossible but building a brighter future is only possible together with the economy companies and conservative parties because well they have the cashOne of the most important messages of this book is to leave the comfort zone of the own ideology and try to find interdisciplinary approaches to solve some of the inevitable problems some of the essential already screaming from the cover I am really trying to see the immense positive effects on general wealth capitalism brought before neoliberalism turned it in the creepiest and most destructive creature man ever made and older and wiser as I am see that fixing and optimizing societies to create a human sustainable and fair economic system can only be made possible by cooperation respect and willingness to change not by insults and hate I mean look at the world your country each comment section on and Goodreads that s are no productive contentions that s just hate trolling and shstorming by people who read nonfiction books Does one get the irony reading to get knowledge and behaving like that in comment sections of books one doesn t like Back to the topic Bregman is as said pro human and pro environment and he has the intention to help the opponents to find a way out of the current dilemmas without losing their reputation and too much money money You know breakdown of civilization pitchforks and torches military and police deserting all pretty bad for shareholder values uotations and stock indexes possibly even the mansion could get damaged Bergman uses history and very much data and sources to prove his thesesSome main pointsUniversal basic income instead of the prison system and mass incarceration People have secure basic needs satisfied don t turn to crime can have a free education all the money for prison industry can be used to build the welfare state less police is needed for that reasons and can fight organized crime and white collar crime instead cities are better places to live ghettos and hoods disappear no single parent mothers in poverty with kids growing up without fathersSocial ineuality has to be reducedhttpsenwikipediaorgwikiSocialhttpsenwikipediaorgwikiSocialBest minds get lost as they go into banking managing become shifters of money in the financial sector brokers earning very much people doing real jobs with their hands or social work get nothing Instead the talented could work as doctors engineers scientists etc but don t do it because it would be stupid to go in jobs with work and less cashCounterintuitive but true if the borders are open the people go back to their home countries Take the rich EU US etc where people can freely move around for work but return home If on the other hand it s dangerous to deadly to get across a secured border hardly anyone goes back If the wealth is isolated behind death strips and not fairly distributed organized crime black economy political extremism and terrorism have many unnecessary breeding grounds and again the military and police have to invest money that could be used for the welfare state Happy people don t kill other happy people No bureaucratic disses and shenanigans to get social services no stigmatization no coercion to do precarious work to not get homeless or stay hungryIf there are no taxpayers any if there is no redistribution by higher wages reducing working time taxation of robots and capital UBI the system collapses The most successful biggest companies have fewer and fewer workers and will have to keep automating anything to stay global market leaders and everyone will copy their behavior More and people fewer and fewer jobs that s a real life exponential process looking at you economicsRaising taxes for the very rich who are already getting immense hidden amounts of money by public fundings and subsidies in the multi k billion dimension each year tax reliefs or just hiding the money in tax havens while fighting against socialist leftist social politics Taxes on financial speculationRichard Nixon was pro universal health and UBI and the democrats successfully fought against itWhat will lead to all of it is that robots don t buy algorithms don t consume and that the immense wealth will be destroyed if it s not redistributed Or back to the middle ages and feudalism then it could be possible for you honorable god emperors of mammonDoes anyone know an anachronism When there was slavery the king said the empire and economy would collapse without them and forced labor When there was the first talk about democracy the elites said it would lead to barbary and destruction of the state What does this say about the current discussion when UBI open borders less working hours welfare state are defined as not possible mad dangerous bad for the kids communistic and would lead to the breakdown of society yet again and degeneration of humankind mission already accomplished I am a layman but let s say that for just one week all factories on earth would produce useful stuff instead of senseless consumer crap and it s euitably distributed to everyone the basic needs of everyone could be provided nobody had to suffer and the 50 to 100 billionaires who own as much as 35 billion people possibly wouldn t starveSome final pessimism because I can t get out of my skinThe funny thing is that there is no hard evidence just replication crisishttpsenwikipediaorgwikiReplicalies and ultra soft economic and political so called sciences that are arguing pro destroying human lives and the planet for totally bonkers not even real reasons Their arguments and attacks are a collection of propaganda methods not a single thing that would be used in natural sciences all just institutionalized madness that controls most of our lives Do you know where else one old white not necessarily wise but demagogic man tells a story and it gets viral and millions believe it and listen to everything and it escalates uickly Yes popular TV talk shows with charismatic hostsview spoilerNo it s of course politics hide spoiler