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Capitalism

Discussion in 'Economics' started by Raisin, 11 July 2016.

  1. Amerika

    Amerika Member

    This is to my mind the big shift in understanding: we used to worry about Leftism at face value, whether this plan or that would fix our issues and problems. Now we are realizing that the type of civilization we create changes us, and that we are being made into weenie blue-haired SJW types by Leftism, which includes any form of thought based on equality, or ending the practice of rewarding the good and punishing the bad.

    If we have a society which emphasizes good behavior by placing the best at the top, then the bad behavior that occurs under capitalism now is limited by the fact that the people responsible for it have less power.
     
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  2. Manu

    Manu SeƱor Member

    Have a gold star, sir! That was a good way of putting it.
     
  3. Azaeroe

    Azaeroe Member

    i have essentially become a Leftist

    if that is innapropriate then ban me

    the reason is simple

    Capitalism is a system in which the lumpenproletariat proliferates itself through oligarchic exploitation which will inevitably lead to the dissolution of civilisation as we know it

    the only response to this is fourfold as far as i am concerned

    all four of which are ideologies of the Left as far as I am concerned

    they are -

    1. Marxism-Leninism-Stalinism - the erection of a vanguard of skilled proletarians and students which shall proliferate itself and wage war upon ist class enemies and upon Jews until a Socialist economy is achieved - following on from this the state shall dissolve itself

    2. non-Proudhonic Syndicalism - the erection of unions of skilled proletarians which shall own shares in industry

    3. Corporatism - the erection of corporations of specialists which shall legislate industrial interaction

    4. almagamatory Fascism a la Sir Oswald Mosley
     
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