Your comment took the words right out of my mouth. We have been, and are quickly moving toward a socialist society. It's good to know they weren't about killing other people. But really, would it hurt that much to just do something crazy, just to insure it doesn't get worse? Like the information technology bubble in 1999, the housing bubble in 2007, and the Wall Street bubble in 2008, the fourth bubble that is government threatens our economy. The list goes on forever there's a lot of variables. After the breakup of Standard Oil, Rockefeller's wealth rises until he becomes the world's first billionaire. Humans are most likely to support that company by buying its widgets because they want to conserve capital for other things and they want the best product so they dont have to replace it so often e.
I agree in general, but I avoid adopting a hierarchical perspective like superior-inferior thinking because that's not how I see the world. Production might differently be composed through either monetary arranging or markets. Socialism is often criticized for tenets that are not socialist, but rather communist or a hybrid of the two economic systems. Planned-socialism relies principally on planning to determine investment and production decisions. But this time you're not racist against skin color, but rather intelligence and integrity.
This widely distributed Nazi pamphlet first appeared in 1929. You are allowed to think it is better, heck, you are even allowed to think the American people are better than others. Once the bankers got the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 passed, that was the end of the Old Republic. This is why I disagree with communists and socialists, they wouldn't do enough to undermine women and gays so mankind has purpose and direction, and I don't trust fascists either, as their interests lie in accumulating power and control, not in the greater good. Social democracy is about the redistribution of wealth through tax rebates, national health care etc, not everyone living in hovels.
In capitalism, the rich and the poor exist. The remainder goes to fill the coffers of yet more corporations, where the money is taxed yet again for both the new corporation and its workers. In a communist society, the working class owns everything, and everyone works toward the same communal goal. I have been thinking exactly the same thing for some time now and I am surprised that someone came up with the same conclusions that I have. I appreciate you trying to help me but fail to see how you offered any value whatsoever. By that I mean, there is some obvious bias in some of the more opionated sub-headings.
Lol oh Russians perhaps, better North Korea. Socialism would work only that it would fail like the rest would. It doesn't matter if you don't intend to rule with an iron fist or gas people to death. Russia is the prime example of this, the most backwards country of Europe at the time of the October revolution. In Capitalism, there is potential to get very rich, but on the proviso you already have money. Just like all the other dictators around the world. Personally I believe that if proper democracy is retained, a lot of the unnecessary atrocities can be prevented.
The state has absolute power of every aspect of everything. Example: an Israeli kibbutz is a capitalist collective. Holy shit you said a communism is ruled by a dictator! Socialist and communist jews were behind the civil rights movement and were just using the minorities as pawns to disestablish the system and cause havoc. Freedom is the ability to choose for yourself. On a spiritual level I could go with it. In particular, critics argue that capitalism inevitably leads to monopolies and oligarchies, and that the system's use of resources is unsustainable.
Example: chimpanzees have been observed to have a communist economy, when hunting for meat. I touhght you would have read author millers death of a salesman, after all i had to read it in school and it's american. This is a complete non-point that you have brought up to distract from the true issue I have highlighted. Capitalism is about making money and doesn't care who gets hurt. If the medical field was treated like the technology field prices would be lower now than ever.
There are basically two forms of communists, there are the authoritarians such as the followers of Lenin, Trotsky, Stalin, Mao etc. That was not the case, as Lenin admitted in March 1922. But money is everything, right? This obviously leans towards my opinion but I'm not pulling this opinion out of a magic hat. Good-side to corporations they create jobs but are so limited once inventions replace manpower. Some will prefer the better made ones for more money. We have the example of how communism can concentrate absolute power over a whole nation, in the hands of a single man, in Stalinist Russia.