- Wealth is Infinite
- Better Life Through Capital Markets
- Economy is Our Wilderness
- Government as Regulator Not Producer
- Ethical Governance Equals Ethical Capitalists
- Let the List Begin
The author's examination of the 99% movement and their drastic flaw in their logic. Admitting there are problems with our economic system but showing that throwing the baby out with the bath water is not a strategy for success.
This movement of the "99 %", the people who don't seem misplaced, are not disenfranchised, appear perfectly suited and stereotyped from one's conjured notion of tent-popping, drum-banging, chant-ranting rabble so much so that only one's assumption derived and dispatched directly from central casting could muster such an equivalent representative montage, have gotten many things wrong. I realize that stating they have erred in their logic makes a giant leap into the abysmal realm of assumption, a wallowing in the lagoon of speculation, and implies that they have exercised said logic. Even if they must leave this articulation to the device of other's, it is one better left done. Halloween is over and others have more candy in their bags than they do and they want some of it.
Anti-capitalism represents a large range of motions, thoughts, and behaviour which fight capitalism. Anti-capitalists, in the demanding feeling of the phrase, are those who wish to completely substitute capitalism with another program. However, there are also thoughts which can be recognized as partly anti-capitalist in the feeling that they only wish to substitute or remove certain factors of capitalism rather than the whole program.