Bzzzt. Sorry Jude wrong answer. I do discuss real examples LIKE Bill Gates not being able to force you to buy a Windows phone. When pressed to make a real life example yourself, you make some strange hypothetical situation where Bill Gates is able to buy all the antibiotics in the world, and seem to think this is a perfectly reasonable, sustainable example.
Try again oh dealer in fantasy.
There are thousands of examples of the rich oppressing everyone else today. One need only look at the obscene amount of wealth held by a small percentage of the population, and then look at the things that extremely wealthy individuals or corporations do with impunity (like spill oil, dump toxic waste, fund terrorism, employ workers in sweatshops and unsafe working conditions, put dangerous and cancer-causing ingredients in food, hide evidence of harmful nature of their products in order to sell them, etc. etc. etc.) to see the kinds of things that corporations or individuals with money-backed powers do today. Of course, your answer is to say that those things would be disallowed under your philosophy, or that fit individuals could somehow protect themselves from them, but you have no evidence to back that up.