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Reply to comment by /u/selver in Hello all by /u/gangshittttt

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DC2342 wrote

So now that we have that out of the way, in anarchy how would your people solve the problem of an individual having nuclear weapon type power? For instance whats to stop me from taking over your entire system and holding you all hostage under the threat of blowing up your whole planet?

Reply to comment by /u/selver in Hello all by /u/gangshittttt

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DC2342 wrote (edited )

Your absolutely right, however we do not currently have capitalism and free markets, we have a system of corrupt crony capitalism that acts like a state of communist fascism, in which large banks and corporations have become synonymous with government. That's what my first comment was about.

Reply to comment by /u/leftous in Hello all by /u/gangshittttt

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DC2342 wrote

You seem reasonable enough and I'm sure I'd agree with you on many topics. However it's called communist fascism when governments allow these things to happen.

If you blame real capitalism and free markets, then yall gonna end up like Ukraine in 1917.

Reply to comment by /u/leftous in Hello all by /u/gangshittttt

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DC2342 wrote (edited )

So let me get this straight. You're trying to tell me that having the freedom to own land (a place where you and your community can come together and benefit from your combined labor, propagate ideas, and better your lives, and help others through free trade) that's bad? Do you really think that anyone should be able to just come in and forcefully remove your family, kill and rape you, trash your farms, take your property and starve you to death if you try to have bountiful resources as a result of your freedom to own land and have ideas?

Reply to comment by /u/GrimWillow in Hello all by /u/gangshittttt

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DC2342 wrote (edited )

This is so idiotic Capitalism is the only system that promotes freedom of thought and production. The problem with our current system is that large corporations use government power to enforce their self-written laws to limit competition and set up costly barriers to entry in established markets. This is the result of a modified version of socialism or (crony capitalism) where the large corporations have become synonymous with government.