Poverty is inevitableWatch
Hydrogen vehicles are not being advertised to people.
Electric cars existed 100 years ago
alternative means to produce energy are deliberately ignored
information on 3d printed homes are being purposely suppressed
For instance, if someone working 70 hour weeks will never be accepted by the middle class as one of them, they will still feel poor even when they have a lot of money.
Abject poverty is mostly avoidable. I think if we really tried we could almost entirely eliminate it, except for absolute fringe cases. The world in general has been doing a pretty good job of this, but there is still a long way to go.
Always worth noticing which term people use when talking about poverty. Relative poverty is a pretty useless term if you want to talk about poverty in the way we all perceive it. Those in relative poverty today live better than the middle classes did 60 years ago in many ways, and if you were to look at relitive poverty say in a rich borough of London, you would probably find that those who are deemed to be in the category are richer and better off than the middle-class of the north.
How is he measuring poverty considering we are going through a childhood obesity crisis and the majority of obese kids live in.poor areas.