There is no ideology of Capitalism. It's simply trading one thing for another
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False and why
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Your antisemetic, Communist buddy on here. He represents most young leftists today.
Ahhh, factmachine.. You showed up too.. Hmmm..
Something is weird here... You and nom always show up at the same time.. For months, and months I hear nothing from either of you. Then, boom, BOTH of you show up, one a communist, and the other a right wing fascist..
I'm thinking, that you're BOTH him, mirror opposites of each other and as schizophrenic as you get..
It would be wrong to make such a simplistic statement of the system of domestic and international trading upon which most of the world's economies are based.
The long established principles of capitalism, or the free market can be summed up with its core goals of, social justice, liberty and prosperity for all.
Capitalism is not for the elite or privileged.
Capitalism encourages innovation, evolution of products and services such as the ever advancing design and performance of automobiles, aircraft and communication devices and networks.
As the world's stocks of carbon based energy are being depleted and indeed spurned on environmental grounds, new power sources will have to be developed.
My money is on the Capitalist driven research & development of battery technology.
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