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"The unlimited capitalism is not good." (by Geser Kurultaev)
« on: March 11, 2012, 01:32:15 PM »

The unlimited capitalism is not good.

                                    Geser Kurultaev
            (I wrote it around 3 years ago. Now I post it here with some small changes)
    UNLIMITED capitalism can bound back from depression, but the price will be a lot of poor, ill and dead people. The market is regulating by itself, but, during this regulation, the poor people are dying. Without social, socialistic country care, the people WITHOUT CAPITAL (money) are victims of the UNLIMITED capitalism. Unlimited capitalism is leading to society without any justice. Something like a monarchy, where the new king (emperor, khan, etc.) is a king (emperor, khan, etc.), just because his father was a king (emperor, khan, etc.) And in the unlimited capitalism is like this : the guy is rich, because his father was a billionaire. And what to do the son of the poor ordinary cleaner or of the ordinary beggar ?
Unlimited capitalism is producing monopolists. And in the end only few percent of the population is able to be rich, the rest of them are  going to be: ill, dead or servants.

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