Your stance on capitalism.
Problems solved by getting rid of money, there is no such thing. You are looking at the issue on the collective scale, the real answer comes on the individual level, all you can do is create the collective circumstances to affect that change, and it is not getting rid of money or capitalism.
I disagree with you. I mean, “capitalism is like the lottery”? Some people get lucky, most other people make their own choices. Most people who are successful worked their asses off to acquire the knowledge necessary to create something people value. These people use their brains over their brawn.
Those people in the streets? Most are drug addicts…most dropped out of high school by their own choices. OF course there are exceptions to poverty…but if every poor person got a handout…what incentive would their be to work at all? I would be okay with that…I never would have to work at all…yet food, shelter clothing and health care would be at my doorstep. Hell yea.
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