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Topic: [OT] the invisible eye of capitalism
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Marnie Northington

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Registered: 12/13/04
[OT] the invisible eye of capitalism
Posted: Jul 30, 2013 10:13 PM
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it is the government's job to set a fair field for competition in EVERY
case,

otherwise you have anti-trust of the invisible eye, which is absurd for
government to solve since it would be the government's job other wise to
inform the public with research where busyness is at any interval

much larger government and much more taxes in the second case,
especially with algorithmic computer trading

I don't think war or violence is necessary in ANY case

politics (polite discourse) and propaganda (communication of a stance)
should always prevail, if you have the correct idea

war is a result of a corrupt establishment (right wing)

the right wing has brought us all the good things of the establishment
we like, but they seem to get corrupt somehow

what corrupts the right wing? do they really get fat dumb and happy and
narcissistic or is their more to this? is it really just a teenage
wasteland as per The Who's song?

the left would have the correct idea at that point and with politics and
propaganda should prevail without war or violence, and when done should
resurrect the establishment and right wing to some point of fairness
depending on how much work they have to do to fix the problem

the USA is facing the same economic problems the rest of the North West
is going through, with emerging South and East markets

the USA is getting away with printing money because of the moral value
of our system, if we meddle too much and not treat others like our own,
we might lose that moral value

--
Dale



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