It is tempting to feel indignant when seeing sharply skewed distribution of wealth.
One feels compelled to act.
But one must be careful.
It is important not to justify one's actions, especially harsh or unreasonable ones, with a sense of righteous indignation.
In recent history, property owners of all kinds, including of intellectual property, had suffered under the heavy hands of social justice.
They could have been punished for knowing how to operate the prevailing system well.
It is important to learn how to play the game, or improve it, instead of trying to create a completely new system.
Do tough times justify calling for strong leaders?
Strong leaders can be kind - or cruel.
It is better to redistribute wealth through a system that promotes fairness and opportunities for all.