‘I would put most of them in prison for life. I would argue that all of them should be dispossessed, their family wealth expropriated, and the funds used to repair the damage they’ve done to society.’
Fear Not Evil!
We are fighting a war for our children’s lives, for the right to look them in the eye and promise them it will be okay, that they will have the same chance of peace and happiness as we had. That war, Alex Krainer insists, is already won, but could be lost even yet by virtue of our complacency or inattention.
In this conversation with John Waters, the Croation-born geopolitical commentator and financial analyst, Alex Krainer, dissects the meaning of the moment humanity has fetched up in, the culmination of a relentless, centuries-old war against our species by a tiny segment of its number, a dark, parasitical plague of quasi-human predators that have lived off the labour of others for nearly as long as humanity has endured, and do not want to desist.
Krainer talks Covid, Ukraine, Putin, China, the motherWEFfers, human productivity, AI, money, happiness, love and hope — and much else along the way.
This may be the most critical and useful conversation you’ve heard in the past three years of horror since this war against humanity burst into plain sight.