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Because it just is.
Decentralized management leads to in-state conflicts and separatism.
Okay, this chat is being derailed.
😂 😂 😂
you guys are ghiiah
>implying people in Venezuela have the money to start a small business
also, in reality we see the u.s sabotage and really make shure they socialist movements dont work, hence venezuela
This is why they've tried to place fascism upon the right of the political spectrum, and why they've tried to say that the Nazis weren't socialist, because if everyone knew the truth, nobody would want socialsim
>implying a small business in Venezuela wouldn't go under due to excessive government regulation
what do you mean when you say 'no small buiss'
you're making retarded claims that you're not even willing to provide the sources for
sorry, guys, I'm just unloading in the chat here
just becuase marco shat a poem out of his ass doesn't mean the US gov't is funding revolutions in venezuela
It doesn't matter whether or not small businesses don't get taxed in Venezuela
@Clonemaster™ 6.41 you really think germany had no capitalism? and was socialist?
It had capitalism in name only
What matters is that people don't have the money due to the socialist economic system to start a small business
@Blood Give me your stuff and work so i can go to school for free, or la policia will come to your door at night and take you away.
Also, the excessive government regulation means that money you save on not getting taxed still goes to the government(by paying for other fees and the like).
the best eras in human history for capitalism were the 17-1900's
I still believe that democracy is life and communism is death.
FB is prompting me to follow Cuckerberg - what for - 2020 propaganda amirite?
@Extra Crispy The 1950's in America were the golden era if capitalism.
I agree for the most part
@Extra Crispy 1900's? when corporations abusing workers gave birth to socialist movements in the u.s and started gaining traction, and forced FDR to make the "new deal"
@Blood The means of production was technically privately-owned, but this was only by a superficial level, as the state had every say in how it was run and bore the substantive powers of ownership regardless. This being the introduction of price and wage controls in 1936 as a response to the inflation caused by all the governemnt spending necessary for all its programs and subsidies. And *furthermore*, the government took outright control over what was produced, in what quantity, by what methods, and to whom it was distrubuted. This constitutes the de-facto socialization of the economic system. The government was still excersising the powers of ownership. And the alleged position of a private owner basically became that of a government pensioner.
why discuss politics in an echochamber. even when someone who agrees with you 91 percent of the time says something you disagree on you waste a ton of fucking time here instead of doing something usefull like stockpiling for the race war
don't you like the 'new deal?' its socialist just like you
>implying there will be a race war
@futurestorms Yup it is. But unfortuately I have to use it for - work things. <:PepeSpecial:356316713429499905>
if it were not for the new deal, you would be workin 12 hours a day under shit conditions, like a slave
socialism has gone through a real fucky roller coaster when it comes to definitions throughout history
it used to referr to terms such as taxes and crap, then it expanded to include marxism, etc