At election time, change is almost always on the programme. But later on, change rarely results in improvements. Politics that continue to bet on money and finances, while overlooking human values, do not change the foundations of the ailing system. It needs humanization.
Universities and institutes teaching classical capitalism based on maximizing profits, while neglecting human values, the foundation of a sound and sustainable society, should reform or disappear. Classical capitalism leads to huge contrasts, abuse, instability and worse. It is absurd to still promote it.
Making a profit is fine, but making a fortune by having your products made by underpaid workers in countries with no or hardly any labour or environmental laws is nothing to look up to.
Misleading investors and consumers is not either.
Our idea of paradise is quite different. It is not fiscal at all.
We hope our messages will make you get the feel of what we consider to be more like paradise.
Maybe the “inhabitants” of fiscal paradises will want to leave them as they come to value other things more than loads of money.
Some people feel they are nobody. Because they do not seem to fit. In a society that is too demanding. In a world that is too confusing. Are they themselves to blame? Not really or not always. Society has burdened them with role models and references that are more than often not worth it.
We live in a world of superficialities.
Stars and celebrities are the new gods.
We are made to believe we need to look up to them.
And that we need to try and look like them.
Their beauty is often only a thin layer.
They spend a fortune on looking good
or are sponsored by big companies
using them to attract customers.
Our world is obsessed with outer beauty.