- Capitalism and Alternatives -

Old theories as in Classical Liberalism and slogans as in 'libertarianism'?

Posted by: Lark on February 09, 19100 at 17:29:30:

In Reply to: The old theories are not sufficient nor beautiful slogans posted by Baktash on February 09, 19100 at 11:37:32:

: I will be glad to discuss more about this subject,and I hope other
: people in this debating room share our discussion.

As do I, I can understand that smaller companies will grow perpetually their role is as follows:

1) Slavish service of world corps
2) To be eradicated/absorbed through ruthless competition or the might of inductrial/finance big brother during a 'bust'.

As to the finance market, I feel actual capitalists, George Soros, John Gray etc. have given good enough explanations of why the ownership and trade of shares will created perpetual global busts and economic melt downs if not restricted to few as previously, if this restriction to the few is necessary then what is the difference between the rule of these elites and state elites?

These things are all supposedly good for the consumer, I've got to points:

1) Trust is the key ingrediant in any system and well, as seatle demonstrates, with the tendency towards careless management of the environment and annihilation of jobs in a globalist downsizing spasum, the corps and their cronnies have lost our trust.
2) I'm not just a consumer I'm a producer, it doesnt do to be a slave half the time.

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