This is an honest question - not a political jab.We have so many enemies inside our own camp, and anybody raising that point gets silenced.
But don't worry, I'm just a conspiracy theorist.
Great question.This is an honest question - not a political jab.
How do right wing USA'ers reconcile your distrust of someone like Gates (who's wealth and power is a direct product of largely unregulated capitalism), with your desire for unregulated capitalism? Using "you" in the most general sense possible.
In order to keep someone like Gates from making moves like this, you would need government regulation....but that would be at odds with a parallel distrust of government and, again, want for small government with limited power/regulation over capitalist ventures. Where does that all land?
I don't think anyone is intrinsically evil/not evil because of wealth/lack of.Great question.
Gates is not evil because he's wealthy.
In fact like everyone of us, he not all bad nor is he all good.
My point is to voice my concerns, and let others decide for themselves. That's the only leverage us common folk have is information. Few of us have no power, but many can make a difference. If not in this case, perhaps we can learn and not repeat the same mistakes.
Yeppers , no photoshop hereIf you can't beat em, buy em.
Also been hearing rumors of Chinese buying real estate in recent months- specifically farmland.