Every private luxury is going to be public, you just wait. Once we rinse Charles Koch's blood out of his private clawfoot tub, after we carve him up like turkey, we'll all be bathing in it, the tub not the blood, whenever we're in the neighborhood. We'll leave one spot of blood to remember him, of course, to remember his tyranny and our bloody victory over him.
In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen breaks down the most powerful, dangerous weapon of all - the dollar, and envisions a world to come, in which we pay back the rich for their contributions to society, with interest, and other, cheaper weapons, because there won't be money anymore. Or the rich after a while.