Call it what you want but any form of Socialism=guaranteed economic failure.

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Call it what you want but any form of Socialism=guaranteed economic failure.2019-03-20T23:06:53+00:00

It was only a matter of time before the Democrat party stopped pretending what they really were-Socialists (not that there is truly such a thing as “socialism” or a ‘socialist’ but that is for another time). Well, they call themselves “Democratic” socialists, but that is merely a play on words for the gullible and naïve who believe in their governing and economic theories.
Ultimately, “socialism” is a term that moderate Communists hide behind, and just as with Communism all so called socialistic economic policy-i.e. socialism-is doomed to fail. It is inevitable and unavoidable in every single case.
I am, of course, not the first person to say this, but for the entirety of my life, when people have attacked Socialism and Communism, they have never explained why these economic systems always fail. They simply point to the dozens of failed attempts at implementing these economic systems over the last 200 years of human history as their proof, but never once does anyone explain exactly why these systems have always failed…

Protestors march for the removal of Maduro in Venezuela in Caracas, Venezuela in January, 2019.

Venezuela is but the most recent case of failed attempts to broadly implement socialistic policies. Proponents of the economic system point to a variety of European nations, as well as Canada, as examples of the potential of broader Socialistic policies in the U.S., but all fail to point out the continuing debt load that these comparative nations are carrying as a result of their policies. And the most successful of these nations-arguably Sweden-have some form of limited capitalistic ideals.
Socialism, and its big brother Communism fail, and they always will fail because they violate 2 foundational principles of all economic theory.
The first of these violations is that Communism and Socialism restrict human mobility.
Where does economy come from? What is economy exactly? How does it come to be? The

answer to these questions is found by asking if “economy” would still exist if we didn’t have money, to which the answer is, of course, yes: the concept of economy still exists without money. This is true because economy comes about as a result of human interactions and social behaviors. The ability to specifically measure it arises from the natural value disparity between individuals over the same product or commodity (a foundational factor that Marx excludes to support his economic theories). More specifically, economy is the result of we humans having as much freedom as possible within our cultural and/or political constructs to meet our needs (i.e. food, shelter, emergency health care, finding a mate) and service our wants (everything not for survival). From these 2 classifications of what I refer to as human mobility, all economy originates.
Socialism violates this foundational principle of economy because it places “regulations”-i.e. restrictions-on human mobility. This is turn restricts competition-a key factor in the cost of goods at the point of purchase.
The 2nd violation, and reason why Communistic and Socialistic policies can never work is the economic relationship between all governments and the societies they serve is one of an expense-government costs society something to maintain its existence and operations. That cost could be measured in anything from land to money, to individual labor. However it is measured, or consumed, all government operates as an expense to the society it presumably serves.

Socialism, and its big brother Communism fail, and they always will fail because they violate 2 foundational principles of all economic theory.

All socialist and communist ideals violate these 2 foundational principles of economic theory because they ask government-a limited and restrictive agency by its nature-to for people, what people should be individually doing for their selves. It is because Socialism and Communism violate these principles that all nations where these types of policies dominate their political and economic ideologies are ruled by dictatorships-you can violate these rules, but maintaining them requires an authoritarian, centralized authority who has the power to control the majority of the population that will inevitably be forced into impoverished conditions, by an economic model that is really designed to funnel all of a society’s economic value into as few hands as is possible.

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