What we need is a transfer of wealth from celebrities to the poor. It's simple really. Celebs get paid vast sums of money for doing what agents, directors, managers and producers tell them. Poor people get paid very little money for doing what corporations who are endorsed by celebrities, tell poor people to do.
They have acquired this vast wealth from the poor. All the money comes from the same pot. It's only fair to redistribute it more fairly. So we take the money off the celebs and have homeless people have rooms in their Malibu homes. It's not fair that they can make so much dirty profit, while poor people who never ate Aquitaine Foiegra backstage at the MTV awards get so little.
I am an egalitarian socialist.
Four out of the five highest-paid executives in S&P 500 companies all work at Apple. Bob Mansfield, who runs Apple's hardware engineering group earned €65.54m while legal head Bruce Sewell was paid an annual salary of €52.9m. Senior Apple executives Jeffrey Williams and Peter Oppenheimer both earned about €52m each for a year's work.