Jan Mošovský is the European Programs Manager at Students For Liberty, and the Director for Research at Liberální institut. He is a doctoral student of economics with an interest in political philosophy.
Soylent Green is a dystopian sci-fi film from 1973. It depicts a world suffering from overpopulation, climate change, and extreme inequality, where the rich exploit and own the poor, who survive on the evil Soylent Corporation's processed plankton.
To make matters worse, the oceans are dying, and with them the resources to make said plankton, the only product that can (barely) sustain New York City's population of 40 million. SPOILER ALERT: At the end of the film, while being taken away by 'medical' personnel, the protagonist-detective exclaims to an indifferent crowd his discovery that Soylent
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