$ 100 PPP are not an amount of money, but correspond to $ 100 of goods purchased in the US at average prices.
$ 100 PPP always correspond to the same amount of merchandise, in any country and regardless of price.
For example, $ 100 PPP correspond to $ 80 of goods if prices are low, and $ 120 of goods if prices are high.
That said, here is the paradox:
World Population, total
7.4e + 09
World GDP, PPP (current international $)
1.2E + 14
World Household final consumption expenditure, PPP (current international $)
6E + 13 (51.67%)
GDP, PPP (current international $) per capita
15668 (per month: 1306)
Household final consumption expenditure, PPP (current international $) per capita
8095 (per month: 675)
In communist society, consumption gaps are relatively low.
What will become of people who consume substantially more than $ 675 PPP per month?
These people are very numerous: in France, the average schooling of a high school student costs 917 € per month alone, ie $ 1146 PPP (conversion factor: 1.25).
Not to mention all the hidden advantages of the developed countries: advanced medical care, retirement homes, free service ...
In the end, there is at least 20% of the world's population who have no interest in making the revolution.
And even if the revolution triumphed, these 20% would do their utmost to regain their privileges, mainly through the restoration of capitalism. These 20% would be the source of degeneration.
Here is my opinion:
The revolution is not a dictatorship on 1% of the richest, but on 20% of the richest.