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Anonymous said: What if someone can do one or two things? Should they get paid less? Even if that means they'll starve?
Depends on those one or two things. The person will get paid a fair price for the work they do. They are free to find another job if it’s not enough, or scrape by until they have the experience and skill to move up. If they’re really stuck, maybe due to a disability, there are charities that will help them and that’s what charity is for. Not just charities that feed and clothe, but charities that help people develop skills and find better jobs.
Anonymous said: Bssn reading your economics. Pretty optimistic hopes. People aren't that good!
Are you talking about my long post with the graphs?
Capitalism assumes greed and self-centeredness, not altruism. However, it does give plenty of room for charity.
Essentially, it thrives off our basic human nature while allowing those rare moments where we do something selfless.
Even the greed itself can be good. For instance, when Walmart opens in underdeveloped areas, it brings increased infrastructure with it. Walmart has that infrastructure built so that it can do business better, but that infrastructure benefits people and businesses in the area too.
Anonymous said: So people who can't work are worthless in your fantasy world? Should they starve?
No, they shouldn’t starve. That’s why we have charities that support those people and help them develop job skills if possible so that they can work.
If the Winter Soldier was responsible for the Kennedy assassination and Magneto tried to STOP the Kennedy assassination then that must mean somehow Magneto lost a fight to a guy wITH AN ENTirE ARm MADE OF METAL
THIS IS WHY MARVEL SHOULD BE ITS OWN STUDIO, NOT SELLING DIFFERENT FRANCHISES TO DISNEY, SONY, AND FOX
Maybe, knowing that Magneto was trying to stop them, Hydra somehow detached the arm or somehow shielded it.