America has been socialist since at least 1913.
But America's socialism (Overbearing recognition of the dollar as a NEED in every facet, nook and cranny of multidimensional existence) (enforced by
violence) has always since been for the benefit of the few at the expense of the many. No one is saying Bernie Sanders isn't a socialist. But to also
NOT acknowledge any candidate that subscribes to currency and its violent enforcement also as a socialist but one for the few power brokers which
currency's indiscriminate grasp is made to let thrive is completely delirious.
Enforcing ideals that rock bottom or worse, even death is A-Okay in the happenings of America's indiscriminate preaching of the dollar. Notions such
as Trespass, Theft, Loitering and Private property being inescapably enforced lest you work inhuman amount of jobs and somehow not die from injury,
lest you become the chronobreaker fitting 70 hours in a day of forced labor to escape the designed encroachment of criminality to not paying
Socialism isn't a perfect form of governance. But socialism for the rich is FAR worse.
Anarchy is even worse, and capitalism and communism never existed and cannot exist beyond a few seconds of their implementation on our current
technological standing. The battle between capitalism and communism was a mere coverup for the fight over the recognition of which powerbroker's
socialistically enforced FIAT DECREE holds water overseas. Enforced by violence by "both sides".
The sad part is that we've got to pick the lesser of many evils like always seems to be in America. Tax monies NEEDS to be funding think tanks to get
us out of this mess, with bare minimum sentencing not being suffering, incarceration, and violence leading to death.
The focus on forced labor also needs to be removed from the prospect of our Nation and from the prospect of any adequate socialist system. Automation
can take care of a lot, but there seems to be some that hold the ultimatum (not the fact) that the limit on the upper class is physically constrained
due to a notion of a pyramid's anatomy on class structure.
These are the sort of discussions that need to be had in America, not whose false definition of socialism does the most damage to their political
ambitions by which their "opponents" associate them to.
Labor, profit incentive and open market can come AFTER removal of a system that ENFORCES an immense class of those "not winners" necessary to hold the
wealth of so few at the gross existence of the many. Because believe it or not there are MANY great things about contests for higher wealth and
designed class mobility prospects incentives. After all without shadow and different shades there is no art to be found.
I don't feel I've made the whole point on this "socialist" jargon surrounding Bernie Sanders But I've said more than enough for the attention span of
the Peeeeeeple who've read this thread.
Wake up buddies.
edit on 2016 by BlubberyConspiracy because: (no reason given)