Jorg Aadahl lives in the wrong county and I hope he just moves elsewhere if he does not believe that private money is just that — it is private and earned by the person or entity who has it.
Jorg, in his “Anti-social hoarding” letter to the editor in the May 8 edition of the Daily Journal, suggests that it is anti-social to decide what you do with your money and invest it the way you deem fit, which includes leaving it stashed under your mattress to keep all those sticky fingers from stealing it or taxing it.
On the one hand, we want people to be really successful, and Silicon Valley is the temple of that religion. On the other hand zealots like Aadahl feels that this is unfair, not in line with what he would like to see and what he believes is the future of society. I think Aadahl is the ideal candidate to travel to Mars and assist in setting up a new human colony out there. And, let me be the first person to wish you all the best on your trip out.