Rutger Bregman Says Ted Lasso Is Right About Human Decency

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Published on December 8, 2021

Author Rutger Bregman discusses his speech at the World Economic Forum about the rich not paying their fair share of taxes and talks about the decency of human beings in his book Humankind: A Hopeful History.

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23 comments

  • Liz M 5 months ago

    Fab interview 😍

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  • Tanguy Vranckx 5 months ago

    Hup holland hup

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  • Marvin Martion 5 months ago

    I immediately liked this guy! Tax the rich! 1981 ronald Reagan lowers tax rate for the rich from 30% to 9% while my income level rate went from 14% to 30%! Trickle down is complete BS!

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  • Marvin Martion 5 months ago

    trump is the joker.

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  • finest kind medicinal 5 months ago

    Utopia for realists is an incredible read…proof positive that the rich are indeed our parasite class; handed everything at the earners expense

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  • Ysabella Luikart 5 months ago

    even in the book Lord of the flies, it takes them several months to get to the point of violence, and they only do at all because they see wreckage of a fighter pilot from the war and they get extremely paranoid about a monster coming. everyone needs to reread that book lmao.

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  • finest kind medicinal 5 months ago

    The rich steal & Velma & Cletus at the trailer park seal the deal…the love affair our ignorant class has with our parasite class is killing us

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  • Justin Beechey 5 months ago

    People are born naturally evil obviously

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  • HOLY ALLAH OMNIPRESENCE OMNIPOTENCE OMNIBENEVOLENC 5 months ago

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  • Parris Price 5 months ago

    Spot on,taxes n vote

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  • Satyasya Satyasya 5 months ago

    *TLDR*
    People can be basically good but they need to share the experience and understanding of living under or with problems, in order to work with others to fix them.
    Meanwhile, the rich and powerful are so physically detached from the real world of the 99%, that it literally diminishes their empathy and basic human decency; they literally CAN’T and WON’T fix what doesn’t affect them eventhough, they are the only people who can.

    In conclusion, we need to help these poor super rich and powerful, by taking away their money and power so as to cure them of their sociopathy.

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  • MrAaronvee 5 months ago

    Why was the ‘real’ shipwreck experience different to Lord of the Flies? Because no religion (even pig-worship) was involved. Religious (i.e. paranormal) belief has always been the cause of most human strife.

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  • Dejay Rezme 5 months ago

    Yeah I agree. But humanity is kind of “infected” by parasites. Or possessed by idiotic ideology. The parasites have absolutely won by making people believe they are just normal. And now they are dominating our society and steering us towards extinction.
    It’s not really “good and evil” but the weak broken inhuman people who are leading us towards our doom.

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  • Dragana 5 months ago

    Thank you, Seth !

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  • Adam Ridama 5 months ago

    I haven’t lost any faith in humanity, I have lost it in the capitalist/socialist bubble which near all humanity is enthralled to. They are both authoritarian systems which let the arseholes take over.

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  • Pinwheel ART 5 months ago

    The biggest tragedy of our time is going to be the sterilization and mutilation of the next few generations…in the name of inclusivity and being ones “authentic self”. 💔💔💔

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  • RTussenIO 5 months ago

    So to sum up the 400-page treatise:
    1. Most people are mostly decent;
    2. Most people are pretty dense.
    3. It’s complicated.

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  • David Farner 5 months ago

    ❤️

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  • Adequate Kris 5 months ago

    I’m a huge Rutger Bregman fan? I had no idea.

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