What’s become apparent to me is socialists seem to have absolutely no idea what a business is, how they’re run, what makes them successful and the same goes to markets.They’re under an illusion that business owners/managers do nothing, employees are slaves and consumers are blind. It seems laughable but they do actually believe this. They love to make bold claims and grandstand but when you get into the details they’ve got absolutely no idea what they’re talking about.Or am I wrong?Rude words and behaviour will not be permitted.
Davies further asserts that the concept of anti-fascism is a "mere political dance" created by Josef Stalin and spread by Soviet propaganda organs in an attempt to create the false impression that Western democrats by joining the USSR in the opposition to fascism could in general align themselves politically with communism. The motive would be to lend legitimacy to the dictatorship of the proletariat and was done at the time the USSR was pursuing a policy of collective security. Davies goes on to point out that with Winston Churchill as a notable exception, the concept of anti-fascism gained widespread support in the West, except that its credibility suffered a serious but temporary blow while the USSR and Nazi Germany coordinated their wars of aggression in Eastern Europe under their Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact.
Shall we ask the 9/11 first responders who were told by the Republican government that the air at Ground Zero was safe?And who were later denied compensation payouts when they developed serious lung diseases?
Two dozen white supremacists march in D.C. for 'Unite The Right' rally, met with thousands of protestershttps://www.google.com/amp/s/articles.masslive.com/politics/index.ssf/2018/08/two_dozen_white_supremacists_m.ampThe leader advocated for Obama and Occupy Wallstreet not long ago, and now they refer to themselves as "the right".Blank stare...
Rather than berate socialism all day with typically fallacious reasoning (and of course outright lies) how about you righties actually do something productive and tell us what other options we have?I'm not interested in wobbly defences of capitalism because capitalism is indefensible in any argument where facts are used. It has failed. Society is stratified and locked in a permanent struggle with itself to awaken to the reality of where it is headed. If you attempt to justify capitalism I will pull your argument apart and then ban you. Instead, focus your energy on explaining what the next stage of development for society should be, and how we can best reach it.