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Re: Where is capitalism going to lead us?
« Reply #25 on: October 24, 2006, 12:58:42 PM »
not necessarily in the classical sense, but the neo liberal globalized capitalism that has slowly consolidated itself over the least 30 years?

Tech has been expanding his knowledge into the dry economic shiiit these days, a realm im not too familiar with, and i have alot of questions and concerns


The system in place today is shaky, and in disorder.

The West (ie. the Atlantic powers) has basically imposed a new order on the world over the last 10 years that takes the normal "opening new markets, protecting local industries while smashing local producers etc" to a whole nother level, where the free movement of capital has basically been the number one priority

no doubt we see some of the effects in the 3rd world today.

im not gettin into any specifcs unless i actually see a decent thread forming. any opinions? new heads, any questions?



It's gonna take us to Robin hood 2: when rich steals poor.
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