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The concept of a drug that would disable the liver’s ability to produce cholesterol sounds like a terrible idea to me… cholestrol is to animals as chlorphyll is to plants… we die without it.
Tags » Anti-Capitalism
Well known to friends and family as being a socialist, not to mention a sceptic and a cynic (in the most positive sense of the word), I here state some thoughts in polemic structure (I like to think my natural way of thinking when I am in particularly caustic or critical mood), doubtlessly channelling Guy Debord and other polemicists of Marxist ilk, that occurred to me when thinking upon corporatist futility and the current conditions of our consumer culture: 211 more words
In my experience, the basic difference between capitalism and socialism is often missed. Capitalism, it is thought, represents free markets, consumer choice, personal liberty, etc. And socialism represents “big government,” state intervention, and a utilitarian sacrifice of the individual in favor of the “greater good.” 1,434 more words