How does the common good get served without socialism?

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One of our new commenters, who signed off as “26 and wondering” left this on a video post last night where it wouldn’t have had the exposure it deserves

Collective humans:

I am as far away from socialism and communism that you can throw me at this stage of my life. I am not earning mega bucks. I am not a trust fund baby. I am paying my way happily in the knowledge if I keep going I will be sweet. I genuinely hold the belief that you should take control of your life.

HOWEVER.

Have you ever seen Avatar?

How do you think civilisations thousands or millions of years ahead of us will be living?

Based on the growth structure? I think not… I just mean…

Why can’t we all work together (I know I sound like Wussel *hug * hug*) Why cant we though? Will there be a point where we all work as a collective? In the mean time I am on this right boat because the left boat hasn’t sorted their stuff out and it is a way to keep calm.

Please discuss if you have time.

Cheers.

26 and wondering

I’m going to leave “26 and wondering” in your capable hands this morning.


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