Will Reducing Income Inequality Lead To Economic Growth?

Georges van Hoegaerden
Georges van Hoegaerdenhttps://www.methodeva.com/georges/
Founder, Author, and Managing Director of methodEVA.

No. Equality is an evolutionary oxymoron.

For evolution thrives on the value of our differences, not on the stifling regurgitation of our commonalities. It is for that very reason we all look and act differently, are attracted to different people, and thereby continually mutate and expand the fringe of human ingenuity and capacity.

None of us are equal, and neither will be our contribution to evolution. And income as the remuneration of that contribution should vary, not based on who walks in the door but what they manage to contribute to evolution.

The strength of our renewability is what defines our sustainability as a species. And such ever-evolving strength cannot and will not come from indifference to difference.

More on the subject, including some pertinent dependencies here.

The sign of an intelligent nation is its willingness and ability to reinvent itself, upstream. Let’s inspire the world with new rigors of excellence we first and successfully apply to ourselves.

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