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Book Review: Better Than Capitalism by Samy Barnat

Publication Date: May 24, 2020

Pages: 223

Unless there is a big change in the future, the fact that our oil reserves will be exhausted and the civilization will collapse is inevitable. That’s if it isn’t happening already. We all know that the importance of oil in every country cannot be overemphasized. There is also a fact that our civilization faces a lot of problems like climate change, overpopulation, overconsumption, inadequate drinkable water and food, inequality, to mention but a few.

Do you know that it takes 2000 litres of water or more to make a single burger? Now take all the burgers produced in a single year and dotdo math. Crazy right? This book will open your eyes to the things happening right now; best case scenarios and worst-case scenarios. You will learn why communism failed in the past, why liberalism and capitalism are failing, the best political, economical, and societal system and its relationship to other concepts, etc.

This book is an eye opener, interesting, well-written, and well researched. The facts are backed up with links to articles and videos that will not only easily pass the message across but will also give the reader solid evidence of real situations. As Einstein said, “we can’t solve problems by using the same type of thinking that we used when we created them.” Fortunately, there is a solution for the problems we have brought upon ourselves and the crisis that is slowly creeping up upon us. Individually we can make a difference. Together we can make that big change. It sounds impossible, but this book proves that it is possible.

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About the Author

Samy Barnat has been an independent and multidisciplinary researcher in human sciences for 10 years now. Independent and multidisciplinary are two keys words important to understand his work. An independent research brings outside of the box thinking. A multi-disciplinary background (psychology, politics, economics, philosophy…) gives a rare global vision that many experts lack. Both precious to find global solutions to the global crises we face.

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