“Poverty though? Anyone who thinks as much has no understanding and thinks in a purely emotional manner.” How does that logically lead though? Poverty is a likely result of capitalism. That’s a basic fact. No emotion needed. It’s rational, reasonable and logical and correct. We do not live in systems of capitalism however generally. We live in hybrid systems. Norway is a fantastic example of a hybrid system that is not limited to solely the consequences of a purely capitalist system. There is an emotional reaction. But it is not the assumption of poverty as a systemic consequence. It _is_ a systemic consequence. Thankfully there are ways to mitigate that in order to have a more functional society that can offer benefits of multiple simultaneous systems even if they sometimes conflict.

“Poverty though? Anyone who thinks as much has no understanding and thinks in a purely emotional manner.”
How does that logically lead though?
Poverty is a likely result of capitalism.
That’s a basic fact. No emotion needed. It’s rational, reasonable and logical and correct.
We do not live in systems of capitalism however generally.
We live in hybrid systems. Norway is a fantastic example of a hybrid system that is not limited to solely the consequences of a purely capitalist system.
There is an emotional reaction. But it is not the assumption of poverty as a systemic consequence. It _is_ a systemic consequence. Thankfully there are ways to mitigate that in order to have a more functional society that can offer benefits of multiple simultaneous systems even if they sometimes conflict.
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