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  1. (49) Hatred and Jealousy

    by , Yesterday at 06:02 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

    Hatred and Jealousy: The Origin of Absolute Egalitarianism

    Communism advocates absolute egalitarianism. Superficially this may sound like a high-sounding term, leading many to blindly believe in its rectitude. However, it also evokes hatred and jealousy. One consequence of egalitarianism is that people can’t tolerate the success of others, with others being wealthier, having better ...
  2. (48) Public Ownership: A Totalitarian Yoke

    by , 06-23-2019 at 04:38 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

    The American anti-communist pioneer Fred Schwartz told the following joke in his book You Can Trust the Communists … to Be Communists about two interviews conducted by a visitor at a Soviet automobile plant first and next at an American plant: [3]

    “Who owns this factory?”

    “We do,” they replied.

    “Who owns the land on which it is built?”

  3. (47) Consequences of the Chinese Economic Model

    by , 06-22-2019 at 04:43 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

    The CCP’s economic model has put society in moral freefall, exactly in line with the communist specter’s aim of destroying humankind. The Party’s economic power goes hand in hand with the erosion of morality as it drags people into a bottomless sea of indulgence and eventual annihilation.

    Today’s China is inundated with fake goods, poisonous food, pornography, drugs, gambling, and ...
  4. (46) The Truth Behind China’s Economic Rise

    by , 06-21-2019 at 04:41 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)

    Because of China’s rapid GDP growth over the last 40 years, many have come to believe in the superiority of socialist economics. It has made many Westerners, including elites in political and academic circles as well as think tanks, marvel at the efficiency of the totalitarian system. In fact, the economic model the CCP has built cannot be duplicated. On the one hand, the reasons for its economic ...
  5. (45) The Culture of Poverty(2)

    by , 06-20-2019 at 08:17 AM (State of Mankind - How much do you know?)
    [Continuing from last entry]
    It can be seen that Western governments wield their public authority under the banner of equality and other political excuses to increase intervention and are even enacting laws to make this the permanent state of affairs. There is no doubt that this behavior deprives market economies of their principal arbiters—the free will of the people. The state is essentially expanding its authority over the free market to turn it into a command economy. The long-term implications ...
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