posted on Nov, 4 2012 @ 05:33 PM
In the prior post, we showed a presentation that looked at America from the perspective of a corporation and how it would be completely
unsustainable. Luckily, there is little probability that America will ever have anything to do with S-Corp status, and far more likely end up as an
agrarian Kolhoz. The reason: based on a Pew survey of America's youth, or those aged 18-29, more have a positive view response toward Socialism than
they do toward Capitalism. We will leave it at that.
And Capitalism: 46% Positive / 47% Negative:
Horrible news regarding the youth!
The youth especially with Occupy Wall Street we had several young people who were against corporatism, or at least thought they were.
But apparently they are for socialism, but in a country infested with special interest groups Socialism will inevitably result in corporatism.
With government promoting monopolies with over regulation that almost makes it impossible for small businesses in certain industries to survive. So
what is the end result the absence of this many many small businesses around the country with many jobs everywhere due to it's decentralized
Well centralized monopolies with high prices due to next to no competition as we will increasingly see come true with lousy service.
Who cares if you don't like their services/products when they are the only ones offering it?
Eventually you'll have super rich individuals owning their own competition giving the high-priced illusion of comepition.
Then the people will demand regulation and oversight!
Then companies will lobby and pay donations to certain political candidates and after they are elected they will have former execs from these big
corporations being appointed to head of newly formed regulatory/oversight commitees, sometimes even being czars of said service/product.
Redistibution of wealth, where the REDISTIBRUTOR is the most corrupt and bought entity in the nation.
I can't believe what is happening, the continent is going insane!
Because both Canada and the U.S. is starting to have such young people.
edit on 4-11-2012 by ModernAcademia because: (no reason given)