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Capitalism: The Perpetual Economic Revolution

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  1. Unfortunately, despite propaganda regurgitation, you are sorely wrong in your assessment of our economic situation, and this is WHY.

    Our main problem fundamentally regarding the current form of capitalism is that it has outgrown itself. Before the days of freight ships and trains, when almost all goods and services consumed were located and manufactured within a limited radius, the free markets ideology worked. Imports would wash with exports typically, but corruption always being a systemic problem in populated areas with significant hierarchy. Over the last century, or so, we have dismantled our already too large national economy under the systems requirement to value profit over all else including humanity.

    Jobs lost to technology advances, industrial improvements, and mechanization continue to shrink opportunity for a middle class lifestyle, despite a growing population. It’s just numbers.

    We are not in a recession or depression, we are in a decline. There will be no further cycles, as cycles require constants.

    To continue with the system under a ‘global order’ would mean a continuing decline of America’s middle and lower classes until a global mean is met.

    It is unfair to your friends, family, neighbors, and the people who sit next to you at church to continue to promote a system that is no longer equitable.

    “I don’t know what to do, I don’t have all the answers. But what I do know is that I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore.”