Monday, January 4, 2010

Communism ruined captalism

If not for the Communist revolution in Russia and the resulting rise of it as a foreign idea, Communist ideas may have taken root in America and the Western world. Not for a revolution, since that's highly unlikely in such an individualist set of cultures, but for recognition of the flaws and gradual reform. Things such as minimum wages, safety laws, injury compensation, and the various safety nets which keep setbacks from being devastating. But instead these were all branded as Communist infiltration and for a while, and still, are attacked as such.

Revolution hurt reform and everyone ended up worse off because of it.


G-Rebel said...

I see what you did, funny. I agree with both of you, or not.

Klepsacovic said...

I can't believe you would agree with that fascist! :P