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    (Original post by Wade-)
    **** tha police comin straight from the underground
    Young ***** got it bad cause I'm brown And not the other colour so police think
    They have the authority to kill a minority

    Love that tune
    stop it, its serious
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    (Original post by NHM713)
    stop it, its serious
    I know, people think NWA were just a rap group but they were a way of life and a huge cultural movement


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    (Original post by Wade-)
    I know, people think NWA were just a rap group but they were a way of life and a huge cultural movement


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    Have a peek at what comes after capitalism...just have a look.
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    (Original post by NHM713)
    Have a peek at what comes after capitalism

    Misery?
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    (Original post by NHM713)
    :unimpressed:

    Have a peek at what comes after capitalism...just have a look.
    You think something will replace capitalism, the naivety is laughable. We had communism in early human communities and we've had the failed communist experiments but people have always ended up at capitalism (before anyone points it out I'm aware that it says it's not communism). Humans are inherently greedy and selfish, it's why we've survived and capitalism feeds greed. Most humans also feel a since of being entitled to more than certain others which also makes capitalism perfect


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    (Original post by BitWindy)
    Misery?
    It's one of two outcomes, you know.
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    (Original post by Wade-)
    You think something will replace capitalism, the naivety is laughable. We had communism in early human communities and we've had the failed communist experiments but people have always ended up at capitalism (before anyone points it out I'm aware that it says it's not communism). Humans are inherently greedy and selfish, it's why we've survived and capitalism feeds greed. Most humans also feel a since of being entitled to more than certain others which also makes capitalism perfect


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    Well, if your unenlightened, then I'm sure. When you talk about Human inherent behaviour, speak for yourself; We are more than greedy and selfish and you know it. I personally think more of myself and of others. Goodness,
    you come across, like such a misery guts, cheer up mate!

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    Chapter 6: THE HUMAN ORGANISM

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    We are also unique in our profound curiosity about ourselves: How are we put together physically? How were we formed? How do we relate biologically to other life forms and to our ancestors? How are we as individuals like or unlike other humans? How can we stay healthy? Much of the scientific endeavor focuses on such questions.
    This chapter presents recommendations for what scientifically literate people should know about themselves as a species. Such knowledge provides a basis for increased awareness of both self and society. The chapter focuses on six major aspects of the human organism: human identity, human development, the basic functions of the body, learning, physical health, and mental health. The recommendations on physical and mental health are included because they help relate the scientific understanding of the human organism to a major area of concern—personal well-being—common to all humans.
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    HUMAN IDENTITY

    In most biological respects, humans are like other living organisms. For instance, they are made up of cells like those of other animals, have much the same chemical composition, have organ systems and physical characteristics like many others, reproduce in a similar way, carry the same kind of genetic information system, and are part of a food web.
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    (Original post by NHM713)
    Well, if your unenlightened, then I'm sure. When you talk about Human inherent behaviour, speak for yourself; We are more than greedy and selfish and you know it. I personally think more of myself and of others. Goodness,
    you come across, like such a misery guts, cheer up mate!

    Yeah people are great at thinking of each other when things are fine but when push comes to shove people will pick themselves and those closest to them over the greater good. I'm not miserable at all, I'm perfectly happy


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    (Original post by Wade-)
    Yeah people are great at thinking of each other when things are fine but when push comes to shove people will pick themselves and those closest to them over the greater good. I'm not miserable at all, I'm perfectly happy


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    Well, I do hope so, as thoughts are very power, your actions reflect them. #freeyourinneroptimist
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    (Original post by NHM713)
    Well, I do hope so, as thoughts are very power, your actions reflect them. #freeyourinneroptimist
    I would call hoping for eternal capitalism optimism not because it's unlikely but because it's positive


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    (Original post by Wade-)
    I would call hoping for eternal capitalism optimism not because it's unlikely but because it's positive


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    positive! how (for the majority that is)?
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    (Original post by NHM713)
    positive! how (for the majority that is)?
    Because it's simply better than any other system


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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2YgZX9Thm0

    Definitely in favour



    In all seriousness whatever this proposal is, I can say with almost total certainty that it is complete crap. The modern, liberal, competitive capitalist democracies of the West are what has created a level of wealth and human advancement which has never been surpassed anywhere, not this nonsense.
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    (Original post by Wade-)
    Because it's simply better than any other system


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    Doesn't mean there is no room for improve, which there certainly is to a very destructive system.
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    (Original post by NHM713)
    Doesn't mean there is no room for improve, which there certainly is to a very destructive system.
    There's difference between improving capitalism and changing the system away from capitalism


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    I certainly can't support this. Capitalism is finally advancing (with nudges from the state) to a point where we have electric cars and space tourism, it's allowing us to do wonderful things.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I certainly can't support this. Capitalism is finally advancing (with nudges from the state) to a point where we have electric cars and space tourism, it's allowing us to do wonderful things.
    What about the very poor?
 
 
 
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