WOW! Kevin O’Leary on wealth equality between 85 individual top dogs and bottom 3.5 million: “It’s a fantastic statistic! I celebrate capitalism!”

I found this 1.11 minute video segment just so stunning that I just had to look this guy up. Wikipedia states that Kevin O’Leary got his undergraduate degrees in “environmental studies and anthropology.” Hmmm. That was before he went to business school.

And you might check out Jon Stewart (who, however, according to right wing sources, is reportedly worth $80 million), on Slumdogs vs. Millionaires:

Ommigod. Where are we? Whose planet do we live on?

For possible context, see this:

KALI YUGA: Age of Quarrel and Conflict

The Darkest and Densest of the Four Ages

No sure when it’s due to end. The authors of this long, interesting, seemingly well researched article don’t know either. But it’s been going on for about 5000 years! And we’re living smack dab in the middle of the frickin’ finale, folks.

(And remember: on a soul level, you chose to BE HERE NOW.)


The Indian scriptures are definitive about the beginning and conclusion of the Kali Yuga. The Puranas and Srimad Bhagavatam, in particular, make it clear that the Kali Yuga began with the death of Lord Krishna. Once that date is agreed upon, the end date can be easily extrapolated. What we do know from a variety of authoritative sources is that Lord Krishna lived and died toward the beginning of the fourth century B.C. Various dates have been presented by Indian historians and scriptural authorities which all seem to indicate Krishna’s day of passing from the Earth realm somewhere between 3102 and 3113 B.C.

Regardless of the exact date of Lord Krishna’s death, the preceding window of time permits us to throw a stake in the ground. If we choose 3113 B.C., then the year 2012 A.D. becomes understandable as the final day of the Mayan Long Count Calendar (LC). The December 21, 2012 date, although it now appears to be unremarkable, may very well function as the beginning of the very end of Kali Yuga. Perhaps, then, only a few years, or decades, or maybe even a century, remain until the final closing of this age.

I do imagine that just when this Kali Yuga winds up has much to do with the level of awareness We the People can inculcate within ourselves and each other. And from that perspective, things are looking good! People like Kevin O’Leary are so blatant and in your face that they shock those still sleeping, awake.

So hold on folks. Be love. Continue to spread truth. Take action.

Above all, as our Pied Piper Pete Seeger will always admonish us:

“You should never give up!”

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2 Responses to WOW! Kevin O’Leary on wealth equality between 85 individual top dogs and bottom 3.5 million: “It’s a fantastic statistic! I celebrate capitalism!”

  1. rose day says:

    Ann, the theory that prosperity is a ‘mindset’ has never been more born out than the reaction to the movie “Slumdog Millionaire” when producers proposed a follow-up documentary on the plight of the dis-advantaged in India and faced the greatest resistance from those in poverty!

    Eons of indoctrination regarding karma and ‘accepting one’s station’ in life (no matter how abject)
    has produced a mindset that to alter a life situation in present time it to adversely affect future

    That same mindset is promoted throughout the world by ‘revered’ institutions that have nothing to lose and everything to gain by assuring that nothing changes and that the very poor accept their lot
    in life as…’Karma’, ‘God’s Will’, etc…

    It would follow that this grip on the psyche of the world’s ‘dis-enfranchised’ will have to loosen
    before any approach to addressing world poverty can be successful.

    I am not suggesting that Capitalism per se is the total answer but I agree with O’Leary that the
    realization that an alternative to “hand-to-mouth” existence is even available is a first step toward promoting a viable standard of living.

    • An interesting perspective. But what I took away was that every one of the 3.5 billion supposedly has a chance to be one of the 85, which is ludicrous. That’s the kind of scarcity mentality that needs to shift. Rather like the game of musical chairs, only with gargantuan odds against each individual being able to take a seat.

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