So this is the libertarian dream world then, McSandberg? Five men who will eventually have all the money in the world while the rest scramble and fight over the crumbs? Why not just an Emperor of the World who owns it all, and the rest of us serve him at his convenience? I guess since everyone has an "equal opportunity" to bleed others for their own enrichment that it's their fault that they put humanity and the good of all above their own needs.
What mostly irritates me about the libertarian argle-garble is this idea that everyone has "the same opportunity." If you really believe that just anyone can overcome dire poverty, racism, and social stigma just because they want to, then you are truly in a world of make believe. Yes, the occasional black man from the ghetto succeeds in becoming rich based on an incredible athletic talent, but how many of them are there, and how many go on to be trillionaires and the heads of international corporations?
Not everyone is as morally and ethically bankrupt as a Bill Gates or a Donald Trump. You don't have to be especially intelligent to get rich, you just have to hold everyone else in extremely low regard and be willing to sacrifice others desires and lives to your own dream of accumulating wealth beyond anyone's need.
And then to claim that you "earned it"? You "earn" by working hard for something, not just by being the best cheater.