Thursday, July 14, 2016

A Cure for Capitalism







A lot of people I know have already given up on the future. I think it is because they don't know what to do and don't want to even think about doing more than what they're already doing to pay the rent, which includes paying for an energy gulping, smog spewing vehicle!

If you think it is impossible to
change our lifestyle and It doesn't matter because global environmental entropy is not man made you will never even try to change your excessive lifestyle. This is exactly what the social engineering of the plutocrats is trying to do.


But if we don't start building a social movement to create the ground work, like building worker directed community owned businesses, life will become very hard to survive.

Be warned that “Entrepreneurialism” is another word for “venture-capitalism”


A thriving co-operative economy through entrepreneurialism?

All that is needed is a credit union with a commitment to helping co-ops and employee-owned money oriented firms that are committed to sustainable development of communities? Like entrepreneurial organizations ready to help solve such problems as downsizing our life styles. If we wait for the “market forces” to to pay for the downsizing it will be too late to do anything.



As long as the bottom line is money, profit or affordability, everyone will loose the competition with the larger business. I also believe that quality is easier to achieve by a small group of people.

Marxism is not communism. Marxism has nothing to do with hierarchical government. The only way Marxism can possibly work is if all the people involved have a say in all the decisions. This is what a true democracy is.

We can't even try to confront the realities of what ails us until we can agree on what the realities 'are'.


This is why the overlords own the news media and create distraction by propagating fear of the kind of change that we need, by hate mongering !!!The money mongers must be controlled!

video

Marxism is an analysis of the systemic sycophantic behavior of capitalism.

Marxism 101: How Capitalism is Killing Itself with Dr. Richard Wolff

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