Matthew Concludes: Yes I was told that Capitalism was evil and greed that why Socialism was the way forward; But is it? As I read though the article I found the Capitalism is a system that allows creativity thinking also the will to able to think for yourself. That why Capitalist countries prosper and grows because people are free to be what they please. While Socailism is a system that reward failure and punishes success also children in schools in socialist countries have think in a way the state want them to think which is call group think or collective thinking. Do you know that Group-think and Herd Morality is a enemy for free thinkers when we unconsciously follow the rhythm of the crowd. We wonder why people flee counties that is under socialist control and realize the joy and reward for escaping from socialist countries and experience the freedom in capitalist countries?
University of Delaware climatology professor (and amateur history buff) David Legates offers some fascinating insights into a persuasive socio-economic experiment. His analysis could provide handy intellectual ammunition for ongoing battles between free enterprise-oriented Republicans and committed socialists in the Democratic camp.
What if we could destroy a country’s political and economic fabric through a natural disaster – or a war – and then rebuild one half of it using capitalism as its base, while the other rebuilds on a socialist foundation? David wonders. Let the virtues of each system work their magic, and then see where the two new countries are after fifty years. Actually, he says, we’ve already performed The Experiment. It’s post-war Germany – and the outcome ought to end the debate over which system is better.
The Experiment: Capitalism versus Socialism
What if we could have an experiment to compare the two systems?…
Main Source: Independent Date: 22 September 2016 Author: Hazel Sheffield
The food is priced on a pay as you feel basis and has already helped desperate families to feed their children
The UK’s first food waste supermarket has opened in Pudsey, near Leeds.
Food waste campaigners from the Real Junk Food Project have opened “the warehouse”, a store on the Grangefield Industrial Estate. Customers are invited to shop for food thrown out by supermarkets and other businesses.
Main Source: Infowars Date: 20 September 2016 Author: Lord Christopher Monckton of Brenchley
Breaking news: Major climate science error exposed!
At the recent high-level climate change conference in London, a fundamental error in climate science was revealed for the first time.
The much-vaunted “climate consensus” turns out to have been wrong all along.
At the London conference, 80 Professors, 60 Doctors of Science and 40 other experts, including Piers Corbyn, brother of Britain’s opposition leader, who has a first-class degree in Astrophysics, were shocked to learn that the error, first introduced a generation ago when climate scientists borrowed feedback math from electronic network analysis without really understanding it, is the reason for their exaggerated predictions of how much global warming Man may cause. Continue reading Scientists Admit Fake Climate Change Predictions→
Internationalists and climate alarmists are freaking out after the new president of the Philippines, firebrand Rodrigo Duterte (shown), blasted the controversial United Nations “climate” regime and vowed to ignore its restrictions on his nation. Now there is a full-blown global campaign to beat him into submission. Duterte’s explosive statements this week vowing not to honor what he called the UN’s “stupid” emissions demands, which he said were designed to “stifle us,” sparked major concerns among pro-UN types around the world that other governments might follow the island nation’s lead. Those concerns about a mass “Clexit” — national exits from the UN “climate” scheme — are probably justified. Continue reading Philippines Rejects “Stupid” UN Climate Deal; Globalists Freak→
Main Source:RT Date: 14 September 2016 Author: Unknown
German pharmaceuticals giant Bayer has agreed to buy American GMO company Monsanto for $128 a share. The acquisition values Monsanto’s equity at about $56 billion, but including debt, the deal is worth nearly $66 billion.
The deal is the largest corporate takeover in almost two decades for a German company.