Power is in fascism. Absolute power is in free market fascism.

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by dimaniac, Jun 12, 2013.

  1. dimaniac

    dimaniac New Member

    Power is in fascism.
    Absolute power is in free market fascism.

    >Free market capitalism provides fastest economic growth possible. However free market capitalism is "unfair", leads to extreme income inequality and destroys jobs through automation. Economic cycles produce unemployment which can lead to revolution, or redistribution of capital by the democratic government to create demand for excess human supply (e.g. The Great Depression). If being poor and unemployed was a crime then revolutions/redistribution of capital wouldn't happen. The first country to adopt free market fascism will experience huge economic growth because the bourgeoisie will be able to accumulate capital exponentially, and replace obsolete human workers with machines without any government intervention to protect the proletariat. In the end, such an economy will attain 90-95% of the world GDP. Everyone else will become mere natural resource exporters because keynesian/socialist/marxist economies won't be able to compete with free market fascism.

    >Free market fascism comprises 3 social classes:
    >The 1st class(fascists) consists of people who guard and regulate the system, and protect the capitalists from jealous proletarians (the artificially created middle class in the USA). If there are elections within this system, then only members of this class can vote. Though consulting the capitalist class is still possible. 1 to 10 million people are needed for this class. Tax revenue (approximately 10% of the GDP) from exploitation of capitalists is distributed more or less equally among members of the ruling class. They are the shareholders.
    >2nd class("haves"): capitalists, entrepreneurs, investors, speculators, lenders, rentiers, etc. Up to 1 million people.
    >3rd class("have-nots"): proletarians, including highly skilled workers, scientists and intellectuals. They are needed in the beginning, but most of them will eventually be replaced with machines and AI. Up to 100 million people.

    >Japan and Germany have huge economies, yet relatively small territories (less than 400,000 km2). In free market fascism a large population won't be needed either. A territory of similar size can be created (sea platform/artificial island), or the population of a country that nobody cares about can be displaced (Somalia, Colombia, Uganda, etc.)

    TL;DR Free Market Fascism is based on inverted Luddism, inverted Marxism, Malthusianism and technological singularity, it leads to fastest technological progress, economic and military power.
  2. Yunus

    Yunus New Member

    Holy Big Words Batman!

    Life is unfair. Nature is unfair. Fair is a subjective term, what's fair to you may not be so to me. Capitalism doesn't try to dictate fairness, it's a system which identifies the individual as the most important component.

    I may eventually be replaced with a machine, that seems pretty logical because I work in IT. I'm ok with that.

  3. manta

    manta Well-Known Member Supporter

    Obama is coming here next week for the g8 summit I will have a word with him and the other G8 members if I get a chance. :)
  4. Jagermeister

    Jagermeister New Member

    Fascism...political system
    captialism...economical system

    Germany has a socialist political system with a capitalistic economic.

    Fascist capitalism....what a bunch of bull****!
    Germany has not had a fascist system of any kind since the fall of the third reich.
  5. orangello

    orangello New Member

    How do you feel about bears?
  6. johnr1943

    johnr1943 New Member

    Sounds like the old "Fascism Two-step". "Sorry Mr. President, I don't dance."