THE UN has given people who do not like capitalism the option to try something else instead.
Anyone making the decision not to bother with earning money will be given basic food and shelter but will not be allowed to wear branded jeans or watch telly with adverts in.
An area the size of Wales, sited in the area formerly known as Wales, has been cleared and will become home for the millions expected to opt out of the work-consume-die cycle.
Network engineer Tom Booker said: “It was after the hugely expensive holiday that didn’t begin to heal the stress of working for it all year that I decided to leave the system.
“You have to hand in your iPhone and you get these grey robes and some food and drink with generic stickers.
“We all have to help make dinner and tidy up, but apart from that we just hang out and talk about how we hated having jobs.”
Up to 79 per cent of the global workforce is expected to opt out, though the UN faces a legal challenge from leading capitalists who are belatedly realising that perhaps they should not have been so obnoxious.