“Today one machine can work for 100 people. But the value, the machine creates, doesn’t find its way to the 100 humans. With a new social policy this gap could be regulated. Wether an unconditional basic income can help, is hard to say, but deserves serious inspection. But for sure there is a need to rethink the current structures of distribution of income and property. “Gains to the investors and social charges to the state” is not  a bearable approach for the long-term.”