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Capitalism's Achilles Heel

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Politricks Avatar
Posted: 11.27.09, 08:23 PM
Incredible stuff. He is wrong on one and one point only as far as I can identify. At minute 48-52 he claims NO one knew the Soviet Union would come down in 1989. In 1980, norwegian sociologist and mathematician Prof. Johan Galtung predicted the implosion of the Soviet Empire for december 1989. He was wrong... it happened in november. lol. Predicting it 10 years ahead. In writ. But this Baker is on point! If what he sais is true, this might be more worrysome than interesting.
ethnographer1 Avatar
Posted: 06.04.08, 12:34 PM
A few years late in commenting but this is an important topic that few are aware of or understand. The capitalism that is based on Monopoly (the game) is not sustainable as the chart presented demonstrates. There is nothing more boring that the last hour of a monopoly game when the winner is apparent but won't stop. Like the game of monopoly, corporate capitalism, will, if it continues on course, find that there is no one at the table to play the game. How is this sustainable? This is Baker's message.
cawb Avatar
Posted: 09.15.06, 04:35 PM
What a wake up call! Hard to believe that under U.S. law it is not illegal to bring the proceeds of racketeering, stock and bond swindles, counterfeiting, slave trading, and trafficking in women into the country. How is it possible that there exist so many legal loopholes?

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