Capitalism and Globalization

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The group is not for laissez faire idealists but for those who accept state control of society is probably impossible in the long run, so the existence of private property and enterprise (aka capitalism) is necessary

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  • khal_naqis

    http://www.last.fm/group/Capitalists

    2 jan 2013 Svara
  • Slovanka

    I see no problem with that. It's still better than real-socialism.

    15 sep 2012 Svara
  • MandoMcKoy92

    Capitalism is intuitively immoral. I think any intelligent human being surely must realise that a system whereby some people "earn" £200 000 per week while kids starve to death is blatantly wrong. It all seems so obvious to me; i struggle to make my point. Can't understand how anyone can defend capitalism ha

    30 mar 2012 Svara
  • irk_bitig

    Capitalism gives us pretty much anything we want. Where there is demand, there is also supply.

    2 feb 2012 Svara
  • PhoenixToEmber

    http://movingthroughrecordedthoughts.tumblr.com/

    1 jul 2011 Svara
  • Aryo

    'minimum wage' is an abstract concept concoted by unions and socialists, which has nothing in common with hard market reality

    15 sep 2010 Svara
  • aznsupragrl182

    Hey, this really weird; there's no leader and yet I have permissions. What?! @ flltby: There's no denying that there are some people in this world who are subject to horrible working conditions, made to work for less than minimum wage - but at least they now HAVE a job. Economic development takes time. Just because it doesn't happen overnight, it doesn't mean it's not occurring as we speak! Forefront in my mind in supporting both globalisation and capitalism is the improvement of welfare for individuals in both developed and developing economies.

    14 jun 2010 Svara
  • agusmusic

    ROTFL @ the main image. "Money is my life" hahahaha made my day.

    8 mar 2010 Svara
  • c4t2007

    I guess he turned 30.

    27 dec 2009 Svara
  • aznsupragrl182

    Wowww. I haven't been here in so long! This place looks forlorn, and it looks like our leader did a runner T_T

    18 dec 2009 Svara
  • c4t2007

    So suppose i strike because 1 $ per day isn't enough for me anymore. If another takes my place, he must need the money more than i do.

    16 nov 2009 Svara
  • PiecesOfQuiet

    so is this an attempt at trolling or is it legitimate?

    14 nov 2009 Svara
  • panzerny

    to those fuckheads who insult current world's state : we don't have capitalism, that's why niggers die of starvation.

    11 nov 2009 Svara
  • the_gray_fox

    So not an egoist.

    3 nov 2009 Svara
  • turpisNocturne

    right on

    11 aug 2009 Svara
  • turpisNocturne

    things were pretty shity (for laborers) in the west when the industrial revolution began, but things changed for the better Perhaps in time, things will change abroad as well.

    17 jun 2009 Svara
  • turpisNocturne

    It's better for them to work for $10 a day than to have mass starvation in their countries like they did when they were agrarian farming societies. The horrendously low wages are partly the fault of the governments of these countries as they didn't negotiate well enough to achieve a desirable outcome for their people.

    17 jun 2009 Svara
  • Fr0mN0where

    Maybe the good thing about globalisation is that those of us who are fortunate enough to live in a country where a decent standard of living has been fought for and won over generations will no longer find it so easy to ignore the 80% of the world that as flltby points out live on less than $10 a day. More and more of us who work for a living are going to be competing with them for our jobs. We have already seen most ot the maunfacturing sector move to countries where labour is cheaper now it is the turn of professional services – IT, Financial, architectural etc. IBM recently offered IT professionals in the US the choice of redundancy or relocation to countries like India and China at local rate. It is something we in the west are going to have to get used to. With globalisation our standard of living is simply not competitive. Yea Capitalism Rocks;-)

    12 jun 2009 Svara
  • aznsupragrl182

    Shit flltby, you're insightful. Practise copying and pasting somewhere else.

    10 jun 2009 Svara
  • aznsupragrl182

    Oh, hot damn, it's been a very big while since I've been back! Let me catch up and hopefully recruit some more people ^^

    10 jun 2009 Svara
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