Exactly. You just hit the nail on the head. All that it really boils
down to is capitalism at its worst. Nothing more and nothing less
It is no secret that after the United States won the war of
independance one of the first things Alexander Hamelton did was setup
a new banking system and the Washington administration really set up
an economic system that helped the ritch murchants etc out more than
it did the common American. It really has been that way ever since.
Those early polacies lead the way for the industrial revolution and
has allowed an agressive business owner to become extremely wealthy by
exploiting his/her customers to the fullest amount possible. We can
talk all day about the evils of capitalism, wealthy materialism, but
the fact is it is the world we have been given to live in. It effects
everyone from a major corperation like Microsoft right on down line to
the average customer.
On 7/7/10, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> in fairness this is just capitalism for you.
> What is required is something that sells, not necessarily something with is
> better, more economical, more user friendly or anything else.
> ultimately it comes down to the fact that the vast majority of companies are
> there to generate prophit, not necessarily to improve anything else, which
> has it's own problems.
> This is something Marx pointed out backin the mid nineteenth century but
> people stil haven't taken notice.
> Btw, while I don't think Marx's solutions to the problems he identified were
> up to much, he was a wonderful crytic of the system and showed it's problems
> very well.
> Anyone interested go to http://csf.colorado.edu/psn/marx/Archive/1867-C1/
> (he's actually very readable).
> Beware the Grue!
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