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    Capitalism Hits the Fan: A Lecture on the Economic Meltdown

    I'm just waiting for Oneshot's attempt to refute this.

    Capitalism is a failure. This video proves it.

    Having credit as buying power is not good.

    Karl Marx warned about this.




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    Quote Originally Posted by optimizm View Post
    I'm just waiting for Oneshot's attempt to refute this.

    Capitalism is a failure. This video proves it.

    Having credit as buying power is not good.

    Karl Marx warned about this.



    this is actually a great video and the truth when it comes to the american economic system

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    every system has his limit

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    opti think for a minute.

    productivity - wages = profit?

    what about non wage benefits such as health care? education credits? increased work standards? investing in capacity & technology?

    banks didnt get their money from companies, they got their money from foreign governments investing in fixed income products.

    corporate takeovers are often funded by longterm debt not corporate profits

    and

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oneshot View Post
    opti think for a minute.

    productivity - wages = profit?

    what about non wage benefits such as health care? education credits? increased work standards? investing in capacity & technology?

    banks didnt get their money from companies, they got their money from foreign governments investing in fixed income products.

    corporate takeovers are often funded by longterm debt not corporate profits

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    Where does the rest of the capital go? They go to shareholders and execs.

    Investing in technology? Lol. Companies spend more on advertising than they do on R&D.

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