Extreme Socialism: The Only Antidote To Extreme Capitalism

Adebayo Adeniran
5 min readSep 25, 2022

We have run out of options.

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When I wrote the article titled The Poorest are not worth saving 18 months ago, I began by quoting the research which was done by some mathematicians from Citibank in which they postulated that inequality would continue to rise and rise.

And true to form, it has.

Since 2008, we have had the global financial crash, Brexit, Donald Trump, and not forgetting the granddaddy of them all —the Pandemic.

Through these crises, we have seen the collective wealth of the 1 percent grow to disturbing proportions.

Now this isn’t by accident, but by design.

In Britain, the new Chancellor of the Exchequer or finance minister to everyone else, announced a mini budget, which was all about borrowing huge sums of money to pay our ever rising bills while giving a massive tax cuts to the very wealthiest in our midst.

Tax cuts in 2022?


A decision that had right wing economists scratching their heads in bemusement.

In Kwasi Kwarteng’s head, the thinking is that by cutting taxes and giving so much to those who already have more than enough, our economy will be brought be back to life.



Adebayo Adeniran

A lifelong bibliophile, who seeks to unleash his energy on as many subjects as possible