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Extreme Socialism

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Extreme Socialism

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Extreme Socialism

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It may sound ironic, but if you look at the history of socialism or any other form of socialism you will find that those who use this term are usually people with strong opinions on political matters. So, when we say extreme socialism it's not because it's necessarily bad.

Extreme socialists like to say things like "A man should have nothing, but he should have something." This is a quote that has been used many times by people in power in socialist countries.

They believe that a person should have all of the necessities of life such as food, shelter, clothing, transportation, and medical care, all for free. Now I'm not saying that every single thing that you need is available to everyone. But at least you should be able to get it for free and be able to live a relatively normal life. You do not have to have money to live, you don't have to have an education and you certainly don't have to have a good job.

This is where we draw the line between extreme socialism and what is known as capitalism. In extreme socialism, everything is a commodity and it is only available to people who can pay for it and you should never have to go hungry because there is not enough food to eat.

This type of economic system has worked in some countries. I know the government in some of the countries in Africa have put this type of system into place and I've heard of some success stories. It's not so much the economic system that the socialists are using but instead, it is the way they are using that economic system. The socialists believe that the government should own all the businesses in the country and make the rules for all of the businesses within the nation.

You can't do that in a free market; the government will simply take over all of the businesses in the country. Why would anybody want to do that? If the government wants to control things that wouldn't you think that they should try to control things that have to do with business?

Of course, the socialists don't want to see competition because that would mean that they would have to compete against free markets. So they'll just tell us that we have to work and make more money in less time.

So if you're looking for someone to blame, just blame the socialists. I've got news for you; they are the ones who should be getting the blame for the problems in the world.

If you look at the world today, you would realize that the world is a much better place than it was when we used to live in the socialist nations and it is the free markets that allow people to become successful. That is what the socialist countries are trying to mimic.

If you really want a more prosperous life then you must learn to believe in the economic system. You must be willing to work hard, save your money and take care of the problems that face the world and help to fix those problems. before you start whining about how they are ruining the economy or the world.

If you want the government to control everything, then the only way to do that is if you're a socialist. and want the government to control everything in the United States. The state of America, then you will have to be a socialist, no matter which party you're trying to vote for.

Now then, I do not want you to think that I am against free markets, as long as they are used properly. However, if something is too bad for the rest of the world and it's necessary for the United States, then it's not allowed to happen in the United States.

If you want a great job in America, then you have to live by the rules that the economic system has set up. If you think that economic systems can be fixed without using free markets, then that's not socialism, it is communism, socialism is wrong.


Daniel Sanderson

Published 2 months ago