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Originally posted by username371
Once they've gathered up everything, where does it leave the ordinary worker? Right now we have to plead to a company or person to get a job - someone or some thing that has access to money, infrastructure, machines, materials so that we can make a living.
Originally posted by mystiq
The other solution of course is to get together in communities and explore alternative economies, such as moneyless resource societies, and survival groups, and simply redefine politics. Walk away from it all. Group up and support each other, share. Refuse to allow any of them their rights. Treat them all like the psycho criminals they are. Give them no more money, and consider the entire world yours and your childrens. Thats what I propose.
5. Warren Buffet Loss: $13.6 billion. Though he’s bought when others wouldn’t and come to the rescue of many (Goldman and GE, to start), losses dropped the famed investor’s liquid wealth to a paltry $48.1 billion.
4. Mukesh Ambani Loss: $28.2 billion. Ambani controls Reliance Industries, the world’s largest polyester producer. Though he overtook Lakshmi Mittal as India’s richest individual this year, his investments still took a hit.
3. Sheldon Adelson Loss: $30 billion. The downturn has left many Americans soured on gambling, and this casino mogul may have the largest paper loss in US history, adjusted for inflation. Put another way, Adelson lost $1,000 a second this year.
2. Lakshmi Mittal Loss: $30.5 billion. Stocks drops and production cuts at steel titan ArcelorMittal downgraded him from being India’s richest man in 2007.
1. Anil Ambani Loss: $32.5 billion. Ambani’s Reliance Communications has thrown his money at Hollywood this year, investing $500 million in DreamWorks alone, but losses have hit him harder than anyone in the world.
Originally posted by sadchild01
reply to post by jam321
but that is communism ,,
isn't it wrong to steal from others illegally ...
so how come you support communism
Originally posted by traderjack
A time will come when the greed of the very few will cost them more than just their trinkets.
rs fairly, that is stealing the labor of a worker to enrich themselves. i think the french have it right...when the workers there feel that they are being used by big business, they simply walk off the job, and i mean all of them.
Originally posted by kozmo
Mankind will continue, societies will continue but they will be very dependent upon cooperative effort by all participants - everyone pulling their weight equally. The rich have simply relied on making money off of other people's hard work for far too long. I am excited by the prospect that this may all be coming to an end.
Communism, as we all know, does not work.
Originally posted by jam321
Robin Hoods start coming out of the woods and stealing from them.
The kind of wealth redistribution we will soon start seeing.