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Wow. The one baby act is actually an beneficial idea especially in the sort of environmental/resource crisis we are in. They are actually doing something to help future generations where we look at it as a choice. We are the beholders of a choice that could end humanity. Lastly if anyone in this world had principles (which capitalism does NOT support) then all of this would seem ridiculous to the eyes of free thinkers (also not promoted by capitalism). If you looked at it from an objective standpoint i would believe you would be saying much different things.
The way you use innovation is subjective, we have not made any REAL advances. Communism would take a generation or two but the final outcome would be incredible. With people given a principle understanding of society and a love of society, they can, and will be motivated to advance.
I have a question for you, what gets done with capitalism. Apart from technological advances in unnecassary luxuries the only real progress done is by the Government which is a completely seperate entity. In a communist society where everyone is equal they do things for the good of society as a whole, not just for themselves, therefore eliminating laziness. Most people in America, for instance, do not do things for the good of others but for their own selfish benefit.
Togetherness promotes ambition, it doesnt stifle it, and just because creativity isnt rewarded doesnt mean it's stifled it just means that people do it out of love for art, therefore in its purest form.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!
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