So it's got me thinking, is it blameworthy to be a multi-billionaire in the current conditions of the world? When I think of a very rich business man, I tend to imagine that they got there by being ruthless to their competitors and exploitative of people's poverty and powerlessness, for example when looking for the cheapest labor and materials. But this is just my imagination, since I'm largely ignorant of the ins and outs of business. I'm guessing many who pour out abuses on Bezos and his ilk imagine the same things, but whether they are more informed about it I don't know.
Some go so far the other way as to look at these billionaires as a positive force. They see them as technological innovators, job creators, and philanthropists. Several billionaires are those things, but I don't know how much the good weighs compared to the bad. Another possibility is that maybe they're just not as important as they're made out to be? After all, what is 10 or 20 billion compared to the budget and spending of the government? I don't know, it all confuses me because they seem as distant to me as if they were on another planet, which may be literally true soon when the penis rocket flies again.