We live in a two-tier world where the quality of goods and services within the same country drastically varies depending on people's wealth.

    In thirty years from now, thanks to the progressive elimination of noise and pollution in big capitals, we will be able to tell by our hearing and smelling senses if we are in a democratic country. We will hear the bell towers in the crystallin air of Paris, freed from its fuel driven cars, and its inhabitants will be able to swim in the Seine.

    Free Wi-Fi for all will be recognized as a universal right just like the free, compulsory, secular education is.

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