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Re: Could Covid be Offering a Restart for Democracies?
« on: November 29, 2020, 10:21:44 pm »
When is the last time something like this has happened?  1918 Spanish Flu?

I'm thinking of over 7 billion and up to 10 billion where it's predicted to stop.

Yes I agree that the USA has many problems revolving around inequality and it's been this way for a long time, it's sad but they don't seem to learn.  They elected Biden over Bernie, so I guess that's their problem to solve.  I like Bernie.  We can't force them to embrace what every other Western country has.

We're seeing an extreme now, as I've suggested with the comparison of great prosperity in the stock markets compared to great hardhips with food lines  stretching over the horizon.

I think that many don't appreciate the size of the problem and that's got a lot to do with propaganda that's peddled and upheld by even those who are bankrupted and close to starving on the streets.

Can they break free and remake capitalism into something similar to China's huge success story? I hope you agree that it's a success story?
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