He criticizes minimum wage but of course there are only 24 hours in a day and people need to eat, sleep and have some kind of life. The vise is tightening but there ARE alternatives. Uncontrolled concentration of wealth can be fought largely through monetary and banking reform ( monetary.org ) and corporate law reform. If corporations insist that they are people, then they need to be mortal “people”. Corporate charters used to have expiration dates and delineated tasks to perform, like building a specific canal. They were not supposed to be immortal black holes in the economy.
Look at the bar chart under the first chart at http://www.deagel.com/country/United-States-of-America_c0001.aspx
where it says: “United States of America orders 1992-2020”
Apparently they expect something early this year and the economic consequences they expect will be absolutely devastating.