Was going to leave this in the thread about Socialism and Sanders but felt compelled to make it an insta-rant.
America has finally caught up with Europe and Asia.
We have reached a level of "densely populated".
Sure, there are people scattered out all over in the sticks, but the majority of the country is condensed into large cities and urban areas
compromising several major cites with no "space" left between them.
Therefore, we have been seeing the growing trend of having not enough jobs above the minimum wage level that there needs to be to sustain the overly
Socialism, if heavily monitored and not allowed to run amok and become corrupted, can be a good thing for areas of the world that have more people
America and Capitalism is not designed for stagnation.
In the past, stagnation equaled homelessness.
It still does and would for a lot more, if it wasn't for assistance.
The real problem isn't Capitalism or Socialism, it’s over population.
We are overpopulated.
The thing is, is that actually we are not overpopulated - IF - we all were to spread out and live on sustainable plots of land - but we don't, we pile
up into massive cities.
So in this reality we are overpopulated as a world and we have completely screwed ourselves over the past couple hundred years through greed.
Grains come from these parts, meat from another. We need each other to survive in this crazy system that we have created.
So, in the long run, going off of how mankind is and how we will most likely always be, how is going to work out?
Does the entire world go Capitalist, where you must have the bottom (homeless) and the top (ceo/president) for the plan to be true?
Or does the world go socialist, everyone has the basic human rights of: Education, Healthcare, Housing, and Food. These rights are provided as a
minimum to all members of the human race on planet earth.
As a citizen of planet Earth, one of the greatest cultures in the Galaxy, if not the Universe, all humans on planet Earth have basic human rights of
Education, Healthcare, Housing and Food.
On this planet, Humans collectively work the many thousands of different ways to work on the planet. Collectively, they pool their incomes together
into funds that keep the planet running to make it a progressive and rewarding experience for all.
Planet Earth goes completely capitalist and eventually entire continents are designated as debtor’s prisons, where people who couldn't keep up and
were found guilty of negative income and homelessness are sent to perish-
Oh wait; we already did some of that in the 16th-19th centuries!
The future of mankind cannot really exist without some kind of worldwide socialist-based, human outlook.
Bernie probably won't win, but it is
a step in the right direction.
edit on 1-2-2016 by EmmanuelGoldstein because: (no reason given)