The debate "Capitalism or Communism I want all facts on why which one is better" was started by
June 7, 2015, 3:55 pm.
15 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 5 people are on the disagree side.
People are starting to choose their side.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
Sosocratese posted 1 argument, Rafiki122 posted 1 argument, I_Voyager posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
Weakley, KimUri, felix, invincible_01, Upbeatethan and 10 visitors agree.
Sosocratese, Rafiki122, Love1, I_Voyager and 1 visitor disagree.
I'd prefer an open source input-output economy where crypto-currency values are attributed to people by open-sourced algorithm's shared between the systems of parties collaborating on the internet to accomplish intellectual tasks. Redefine the nature of value as we're steadily divided from the fact of production by personal manufacturing technologies. Demolish "intellectual property" to maximize conceptual entropy. Use digital marking systems to hold onto knowledge of authorship, to preserve true attribution. Ascribe value based on contribution and the merit of contribution in relation to the historical value of the person summarized by a profile marking education, grading and past contributions and the project's preceding value. Take the value system away from incompetent managerial classes and financial corporation. Leave capitalism for raw resource production, refinement and research. Let communism redistribute land-property between housing and shared open-lab workshops. Let their hard currency relate with the soft currency of open-source anarchy.
Yeah, as if these are the two only options. Classic ignorance.
This is what you would call a false dichotomy. It's not that one is necessarily better than the other, because in truth, a combination of the two is what most economies run on now, and that seems to be the most successful strategy.