When two "entrepreneurs" rise above zero by making something, they cause "inequality" without harming anyone. Five more follow causing "growing inequality". They "create jobs" for 20 "workers" who rise above zero. People concerned about poverty, especially the declining few at zero, welcome the process.
As the richest few approach the 1,000 line, the size of the "middle class" entering the rich half behind them grows, causing wealth to be "concentrated in the hands of the rich". According to Oxscam’s logic, such poverty alleviation is evil.
Since our field, like the real world, has wealth justly "distributed" between zero and 1,000, with a declining proportion at zero, How does Oxscam fabricate the illusion of 1% owning more than 99%? Oxscam starts by assuming that Forbes estimates of share ownership accurately identify "the rich" and that Credit Suisse indebtedness estimates measure everyone’s "wealth". Neither source attributes to its data what Oxscam presumes.
By comparing the two, Oxscam creates the illusion that the world’s indebted rich are poorer than its poorest people. Oxscam assigns zero value to virtually all wealth except that of "the rich". It excludes such state-derived wealth as housing, pensions, hospitals, roads, amenities and schools; and such private wealth as fridges, houses, cars, phones, tools, clothes and furniture; and such wealth as jobs and incomes with which people buy entertainment, food, beverages and holidays.