Monday, November 07, 2011

65 years later! By HJS

HJS Comments: We have said on these pages more than once in more ways than one that Capitalism grows wealth and Socialism doesn't. Without wealth, there is little or nothing to distribute. Society becomes tribal and either gathers or raids. Capitalism recognizes and rewards the people with vision and Socialism doesn't. Socialism tries to make people believe everyone is the same, so why not just march along together in lock-step while whatever is left over from Capitalism or gathering is distributed to everyone equally. Since Socialism insists that one believe Equality is much better than Freedom, everyone must learn to be happy in their poverty, since they are all equally miserable with whatever is doled to them. One example of Capitalist thinking versus Liberal (Socialist) thinking follows. (Thanks, Bert, for the example.)

Freedom isn't free. Neither is welfare, unemployment compensation, hospitalization, school breakfast and lunch etc, etc, unless we train folks to think they're entitled to them and we've done just that since the 1940s. Soon there will be more of them that there are of us who support them, and they vote.

65 years later!
What happened to the radiation that
lasts thousands of years?


We all know that Hiroshima and Nagasaki were destroyed
in August 1945 after the explosion of atomic bombs.

However, we know little about the progress made by the people
of that land during the past 65 years.



What has caused more long-term destruction:
the A-bomb, or the U.S. Government welfare programs
created to buy the votes of those who want someone
to take care of them?

Japan does not have a welfare system.

You either work for it, or do without!

Which system is working better?

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