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You like it?What do you like about it?What the f*ck don't you like about it?I like itHow's 'bout you?

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It has its beauties, overall it harms more people than it does good. Ultimately, as human beings, no matter what system we have, we would fail.

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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right

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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
what would you propose we change it to then?
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i like that it breeds innovation, people strive to be creative, alot of things you like in life are the byproduct of ppl yearnnning to make gwap

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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
what would you propose we change it to then?
i dont know, i havnt seen anything that i think would workand the pressures of life are such that I have yet to think up my own socio-economic solve all the worlds problems theory
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capitalism is the best economic system tbh

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it allows people to prosper but at the same time it systematically puts the welfare of humans second to selfish interests and i cannot condone thisunfortunately it's the best system we have atm

Ultimately, as human beings, no matter what system we have, we would fail.
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see my previous post for mosr effective economic system, but inevitably we die at the end and material goods are transienti believe love ans empathy should take prominence, id be happy cotching with selected amount of ppl on an island with psycehedlics for rest of my timee here

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Screw Capitalism! Distribution of weighted surplus for the win???Nah, not really. I'm not really a hairy Marxist, I'm a hardwired capitalist. Public consumption is my bread and butter.Key element of Marxism ; The public will rise up against capitalist consumption in order to fuel surplus distribution.Still waiting in 09. :lol:

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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
Uneducated and uninformed opinion. 'Too many people that have to suffer'?How did Communism work out for the USSR then? And don't even say their practices were skewed, because they actually came closest to making the concept work, but at the end of the day, humans will always be humans. Innovation/ Entrepreneurship et al.
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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
Uneducated and uninformed opinion. 'Too many people that have to suffer'?How did Communism work out for the USSR then? And don't even say their practices were skewed, because they actually came closest to making the concept work, but at the end of the day, humans will always be humans. Innovation/ Entrepreneurship et al.
its not uneducated nor uninformed, i do live in this world u know, i am experiencing capitalismi can see whats going on, there are more people suffering than living good and if thats something u want to dispute, to be frank i wouldnt engage in such a stupid debatefurthermore, i never said f*ck all about communism so what are u talkin about?
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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
Uneducated and uninformed opinion. 'Too many people that have to suffer'?How did Communism work out for the USSR then? And don't even say their practices were skewed, because they actually came closest to making the concept work, but at the end of the day, humans will always be humans. Innovation/ Entrepreneurship et al.
its not uneducated nor uninformed, i do live in this world u know, i am experiencing capitalismi can see whats going on, there are more people suffering than living good and if thats something u want to dispute, to be frank i wouldnt engage in such a stupid debatefurthermore, i never said f*ck all about communism so what are u talkin about?
So what's the alternative to consumption? Distribution? What's distribution? Communism?Are you criticising a system without offering up a reasonable alternative? I see, you're one of them. Layman experts.So because you live in this world, you're an expert on Economic systems? You think there are more people suffering in the world than are living good? You blame that on Capitalism? No, if you want to talk about individual economies, we can. Case study, Zimbabwe; Dictatorship basically, application of holistic Communist values; acquiring of wealth from the rich, distributing it to the skill-less poor. Long story cut short, inflation/famine/disease et al. Bearing in mind, all this was an attempt to 'spread' the wealth.Examine Zimbabwe 20 years ago and contrast the past from its current state. You'll sh*t bricks.You don't know what you're talking about, stick to road talk. Kthxbai
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Capitalism>>>>______ +lol @ "You'll sh*t bricks"

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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
Uneducated and uninformed opinion. 'Too many people that have to suffer'?How did Communism work out for the USSR then? And don't even say their practices were skewed, because they actually came closest to making the concept work, but at the end of the day, humans will always be humans. Innovation/ Entrepreneurship et al.
its not uneducated nor uninformed, i do live in this world u know, i am experiencing capitalismi can see whats going on, there are more people suffering than living good and if thats something u want to dispute, to be frank i wouldnt engage in such a stupid debatefurthermore, i never said f*ck all about communism so what are u talkin about?
So what's the alternative to consumption? Distribution? What's distribution? Communism?Are you criticising a system without offering up a reasonable alternative? I see, you're one of them. Layman experts.So because you live in this world, you're an expert on Economic systems? You think there are more people suffering in the world than are living good? You blame that on Capitalism? No, if you want to talk about individual economies, we can. Case study, Zimbabwe; Dictatorship basically, application of holistic Communist values; acquiring of wealth from the rich, distributing it to the skill-less poor. Long story cut short, inflation/famine/disease et al. Bearing in mind, all this was an attempt to 'spread' the wealth.Examine Zimbabwe 20 years ago and contrast the past from its current state. You'll sh*t bricks.You don't know what you're talking about, stick to road talk. Kthxbai
you were doing good until you mentioned zimbabwe. communism had nothing to do with zimbabwe's fall.
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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
Uneducated and uninformed opinion. 'Too many people that have to suffer'?How did Communism work out for the USSR then? And don't even say their practices were skewed, because they actually came closest to making the concept work, but at the end of the day, humans will always be humans. Innovation/ Entrepreneurship et al.
its not uneducated nor uninformed, i do live in this world u know, i am experiencing capitalismi can see whats going on, there are more people suffering than living good and if thats something u want to dispute, to be frank i wouldnt engage in such a stupid debatefurthermore, i never said f*ck all about communism so what are u talkin about?
So what's the alternative to consumption? Distribution? What's distribution? Communism?Are you criticising a system without offering up a reasonable alternative? I see, you're one of them. Layman experts.So because you live in this world, you're an expert on Economic systems? You think there are more people suffering in the world than are living good? You blame that on Capitalism? No, if you want to talk about individual economies, we can. Case study, Zimbabwe; Dictatorship basically, application of holistic Communist values; acquiring of wealth from the rich, distributing it to the skill-less poor. Long story cut short, inflation/famine/disease et al. Bearing in mind, all this was an attempt to 'spread' the wealth.Examine Zimbabwe 20 years ago and contrast the past from its current state. You'll sh*t bricks.You don't know what you're talking about, stick to road talk. Kthxbai
you were doing good until you mentioned zimbabwe. communism had nothing to do with zimbabwe's fall.
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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
what would you propose we change it to then?
giving everyone an equal opportunity to succeed would be nice. c/s mr. q, humans a too flawed to ever have a perfect socio-economic structure.
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i dont like itthe rich mans wealth is his strong city, destruction of the poor is his povertyin the capitalist system there are too many people that have to suffer, for a minority to live goodits not fair and its not right
what would you propose we change it to then?
giving everyone an equal opportunity to succeed would be nice. c/s mr. q, humans a too flawed to ever have a perfect socio-economic structure.
some ppl would say that this is what capitalism has conditioned you to thinkjust saying
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We need to get back to the Third way, and a bit more Third-y.

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And im pretty sure communisim would have to be global for it to work, how can a communist economy compete with capitalist economies. And it's not as if the country can just detract itself from the world and trade.Capitalism is good it's kicked in our natural greed and self preservation. Hopefully we develop attributes like empathy and sympathy, the need for truth, and morality and justice. And tweak capitalism to comply to this new mentality. The political layout of the country is important also, if the political layout is incorrect then all the corruption/greed/injustice will still happen.

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oh yeh 2nd page no1 has posted this pic yetPyramidCapitalism.gifend.

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