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May 25 2017

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To be fair: As soon as you gave people something, they're already sure they're entitled to it. You could do that with monthly free tickets to the cinema and it would be the same.

Still, universal healthcare is better than free market health care - at least for overall longevity and health. One of the reasons the US health system never produced the healthiest population.
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May 23 2017

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Das darf man weder in die eine noch in die andere Richtung überzeichnen. Im Endeffekt ist es ein Trend auf den jetzt viele aufgesprungen sind und die Unternehmer machen ordentlich Geld damit.

Weder der Konsum dessen noch die Produktion ist verwerflich. Veganer Käse ist zumindestens ordentlich als solcher gekennzeichnet.
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May 20 2017

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Arguing that a 4h-working-day wont fit into capitalim is a funny conclusion

I never said that.

I strongly object to this argument: [...]it’s about keeping you busy too[...]. That's just nonesense.

Also that non capitalism throws us back to pre-agriculture-aeons.

Show me a non-capitalistic economy model which worked out and came up with an equally efficient way of producing food.

Heck, show me at least a society which moved away from some kind of free market model (I for example prefer social market economey) which didn't end up with hunger problems.

As far as I know, there is none.

Have you seen these pics of brand new car graveyards?

That just shows, that in a free market you'll end up with people wasting their resources. But due to the fact that's just one of many players and a market with competition, the impact is neglectable. As soon as you step in and redistribute the wealth of everybody to such players, you end up with impacting the whole system negatively.

Just think about the finance crisis: If we didn't rescue the banks, everybody would have lost money. But the people responsible for it would have lost money in an over proportional ratio. Which would have been a good thing.

But saving them in some kind of neo-socialist argumented corporatism move, just set up an even bigger bubble.

I do not argue that it's the best way possible. I do argue for correct analysis and accepting the strengths of the system. Because it has strengths, and all players in it will use them to save the whole system if another competitor arrives.

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It's actually really good. The guy brings it to the point: The Nazi reframed everything in a way where you have to actually argue. But due to the fact that many people believe crying Nazi is enough, they're not able to get their argument across.

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May 25 2017

schlingel
To be fair: As soon as you gave people something, they're already sure they're entitled to it. You could do that with monthly free tickets to the cinema and it would be the same.

Still, universal healthcare is better than free market health care - at least for overall longevity and health. One of the reasons the US health system never produced the healthiest population.
schlingel
schlingel
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May 23 2017

schlingel
Das darf man weder in die eine noch in die andere Richtung überzeichnen. Im Endeffekt ist es ein Trend auf den jetzt viele aufgesprungen sind und die Unternehmer machen ordentlich Geld damit.

Weder der Konsum dessen noch die Produktion ist verwerflich. Veganer Käse ist zumindestens ordentlich als solcher gekennzeichnet.
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May 20 2017

schlingel

Arguing that a 4h-working-day wont fit into capitalim is a funny conclusion

I never said that.

I strongly object to this argument: [...]it’s about keeping you busy too[...]. That's just nonesense.

Also that non capitalism throws us back to pre-agriculture-aeons.

Show me a non-capitalistic economy model which worked out and came up with an equally efficient way of producing food.

Heck, show me at least a society which moved away from some kind of free market model (I for example prefer social market economey) which didn't end up with hunger problems.

As far as I know, there is none.

Have you seen these pics of brand new car graveyards?

That just shows, that in a free market you'll end up with people wasting their resources. But due to the fact that's just one of many players and a market with competition, the impact is neglectable. As soon as you step in and redistribute the wealth of everybody to such players, you end up with impacting the whole system negatively.

Just think about the finance crisis: If we didn't rescue the banks, everybody would have lost money. But the people responsible for it would have lost money in an over proportional ratio. Which would have been a good thing.

But saving them in some kind of neo-socialist argumented corporatism move, just set up an even bigger bubble.

I do not argue that it's the best way possible. I do argue for correct analysis and accepting the strengths of the system. Because it has strengths, and all players in it will use them to save the whole system if another competitor arrives.

schlingel
It's actually really good. The guy brings it to the point: The Nazi reframed everything in a way where you have to actually argue. But due to the fact that many people believe crying Nazi is enough, they're not able to get their argument across.
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