The One Percent


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This 80-minute documentary focuses on the growing "wealth gap" in America, as seen through the eyes of filmmaker Jamie Johnson, a 27-year-old heir to the Johnson & Johnson pharmaceutical fortune. Johnson, who cut his film teeth at NYU and made the Emmy®-nominated 2003 HBO documentary Born Rich, here sets his sights on exploring the political, moral and emotional rationale that enables a tiny percentage of Americans - the one percent - to control nearly half the wealth of the entire United States. The film Includes interviews with Nicole Buffett, Bill Gates Sr., Adnan Khashoggi, Milton Friedman, Robert Reich, Ralph Nader and other luminaries. http://www.theonepercentdocume...

Canal: Film & Animation
Subido: 02/11/11 a las 2:45 am
Autor: WarZalez

Duración: 16:29
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CityOf Angels (el 19/09/14 a las 12:17 am)
If I were the %1..I would start getting worried about the %0.01 Jews at the top..who have now started sucking the blood of even the very very rich...we are soon going to end up with 0.01 % Jews who own everything...a struggling middle class and lots of poor. Friedman the ugly Jew midget is well and truly one of many people they use... pushing forward this Jewish agenda.
embarassingusername (el 20/06/14 a las 5:23 am)
It's hard to watch milton friedman talk. People don't realise how much our society's been hurt by his brand of economics
Reed Rothchild (el 20/08/14 a las 7:10 pm)
How do the rich get richer?, simple they fuck over the poor, and the government helps them with their reverse Robin Hood economic policies ie. rob the poor and pay the rich.
insajaam insajaam (el 02/09/14 a las 9:55 am)
Poor Mr Milton Friedman. Poor me too for being poor! It seems insurmontable to create economic equailty when we are all so brainwashed and condtioned from early age to think there is only one way to do something,
juicyappleish (el 17/06/14 a las 4:32 pm)
This Jamie Johnson guy seems to think that giving money away is the solution to poverty. But giving money away doesn't create jobs. What creates jobs is CAPITAL INVESTMENT. When the rich invests their money into more factories and machines. THAT is how to help the poor.
Cara Institute of Advanced Hypnosis (el 07/07/14 a las 6:24 am)
if he really hate his money, I dare him to go without any or connection and try to make it on his own. ( And it's not one of those experiment where he get to come home after 2 weeks on the street, but literally sign away his inheritance and never see his money again. no contact with his rich friends either)
Brakathor (el 25/06/14 a las 10:53 am)
"...First day of business, some guy who was from Kurdistan, cool country, I love it..." All the non Americans can now unite with a chuckle.
HercNin10do (el 17/10/14 a las 8:18 pm)
I am shocked about the fact that there is STILL so many Americans who advocate Fridmans economic system despite the fact that you can see it is tearing apart your country! You don't have to be a brilliant mind to be able to see that no country in the world can maintain on the long run with a 99 to 1 wealth distribution. End of story!
Paul Rainwater (el 17/07/14 a las 11:01 am)
from Truthdig.com: The U.S. Trust bank just released a poll of Americans with more than $3 million of invest-able assets. Nearly three-quarters of those over age 69, and 61 per cent of boomers (between the ages of 50 and 68), were the first in their generation to accumulate significant wealth. But the bank found inherited wealth far more common among rich millennials under age 35. This is the dynastic form of wealth French economist Thomas Piketty warns about. It’s been the major source of wealth in Europe for centuries. It’s about to become the major source in America – unless, that is, we do something about it. As income from work has become more concentrated in America, the super rich have invested in businesses, real estate, art, and other assets. The income from these assets is now concentrating even faster than income from work. In 1979, the richest 1 percent of households accounted for 17 percent of business income. By 2007 they were getting 43 percent. They were also taking in 75 percent of capital gains. Today, with the stock market significantly higher than where it was before the crash, the top is raking even more from their investments.
Dragan Stanković (el 15/06/14 a las 1:03 am)
If you watch this imagine children without the food. Think of fact that every fifth kid in European Union lives in poverty.

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