Presenter is not me, and I claim no credit, but wowzah Scott Galloway really crystalizes and cements some notions I’ve picked up from the punk side of solarpunk.

  • MonkCanatella@sh.itjust.works
    link
    fedilink
    arrow-up
    8
    arrow-down
    4
    ·
    7 days ago

    Nah, this guy things pro palestinian protestors are anti-semites, and thinks andrew yang is a genius. maybe he’s genuine but sounds like a grift, I mean he sells new age “how to feel happy” type books

    • thejevans@lemmy.ml
      link
      fedilink
      arrow-up
      8
      arrow-down
      1
      ·
      6 days ago

      on top of that, this whole plea to the rich fucks in the audience is just gonna make them think “you’re right, I do need to think about my children. I better amass as much wealth as possible, so that no matter how fucked the world gets, my children in particular can buy their way to the best life.”

      • DadBearOP
        link
        fedilink
        arrow-up
        2
        ·
        5 days ago

        Interesting perspective. I didn’t hear that message at all, but rather that we need to seriously review who gets the lion’s share of our (USA) state and federal taxes. I can see how the message you quoted could be extrapolated from his presentation, but it seems to me that it would be a misunderstanding of the goal of this presentation.

    • DadBearOP
      link
      fedilink
      arrow-up
      3
      ·
      5 days ago

      Thanks for the input. I’m largely unaware of his other work outside this Ted talk and one other interview on the same topic.