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Is property ownership a form of socialism

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posted on Jan, 12 2019 @ 03:05 AM

originally posted by: Unruhestifter

originally posted by: SaturnFX

originally posted by: Unruhestifter
Denying that we have a problem is as bad as americans denying they have a problem!

Not sure who got arrested for practicing their 1st here stateside....citation?

No but your other rights have been attacked instead.

For example your criminal justice system is a joke.
Kangaroo courts where only the rich get justice.
Draconian sentences on non violent crime?
Your criminal injustice system is just a tool to feed profit private prisons.

Different country's different rights being attacked.

My point is the USA has its problems like the UK has its own. Neither of our nation's are sun shines and rainbows.

Not fully disagreeing with at least the last sentence, but the previous sentences are a bit of a generalization.
I wouldn't say the rich have a better chance at justice, but they might have a better edge at avoiding justice.
The non-violent crimes...well, again, not fully disagreeing, but there must be punishment for a crime committed at the end of the day. A non-violent crime might be selling heroin to some user...stiff penalty..but whats not said is the junky that murdered some tourists to steal their wallet to get their junk to begin with type stuff..It all relates (but some are irrationally stiff sentences..)

No nation is perfect of course.
I was simply stating far, the US has a bunch of complainers, but the rights are still in place.

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