The rose in spring
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- Posted: Fri, 17 Feb 2012 07:44:35 +0000
The rose in spring
If you don't have money in a capitalist system you can't make money. And vice versa.
Tell that to Jerry Baldwin
In a capitalism heavy system: the poor get poorer and the rich get richer.
That is farther from the truth. In every other system, that is true. In Capitalism, no. Yeah the rich have an advantage, but no person is stuck in a cast or has to give to a lord. He/she can actually make money with skill and luck. Nobody has to be stuck where they are. Likewise, the rich can lose their money if they don't attend to their business. It's something called accountability.
This is pretty much the biggest flaw. This is the same with all PURE systems.
It's the problem with all systems. The rich have always dominated, but in capitalism, it is an exception
Having a PURE anything system is usually a very, very, very aweful idea.
The same "awful" idea that industrialized the world?
You're talking about exceptions though- not the rule.
Not everyone is born with skills. A lot of people are brought into the world with absolutely no skills, education, OR money.
In a capitalist system they'd be floppin' all over the ******** places and dieing in the sun like fish.
In a capitalist society there'd be nothing stopping someone from just getting ALL of the money and doing WHATEVER they wanted to do with it- and then it wouldn't be any different from a totaliratian fiasco or a MONEYarchy. ((:3 lolololololol, so ******** witty.))
Well for a few hundred years it was pretty bad: children forced to work in coal mines, the life expentancy lowered by 20 years, massive pollution and no one giving a s**t.
And yet capitalism has been the only reason we have exceptions like Baldwin. Every other system was set in place so the rich always stay rich and the poor always stay poor with absolutely no exception. You have Feudalism, the Caste System, Mercantilism, all designed so the rich have all the power. In capitalism, if the rich are beaten, then they can lose everything. If a poor person gets a good business, he/she can become rich, even drive billionaires into poverty.