Capitalism or Socialism

Corporate greed is disgusting.  CEO’s sit on their high horse and watch as their enslaved employees work for pennies, while the management makes beaucoup profit that is unfortunately not shared and distributed at a fairer share.  People at the higher end of pay have mentalities that they are better than the people under them.

Money, power, and respect are the only thing that talks in this world.

For ages there has been a drastic distinction between lowly employees and the corporate fat cats who seem to believe that money, power, and respect is the only thing that matters in life.  These bosses that share this quality are going to have to one day give up their loot for their fellow man whether they like it or not.  They make more than is needed to happily and comfortably live in society, and the only way the economy is going to get better is if they stop thinking in such an elitist, narcissistic manner.  I am not merely saying this on a Robin Hood “steal from the rich and give to the poor” tangent, but I truly feel that the pay rate in the western world is far from being moral and fair.  It’s just that when you see the rich living in luxurious pent houses and then walks through a ghetto; you know something is not adding up.  Life changing education needs to be implemented within poor communities and corporations should invest in it.  Who says utopia can’t be formed?

It is so sad to see that in America when a company as a whole falters, the inevitable BAILOUT occurs which couldn’t be any more communistic.

It is atrocious that these monopolizing fortune 500 companies are hiding behind the cloak of the government rather than being broke down into a band of smaller companies that can truly compete and raise the stakes in modern capitalism.  What I mean is that a perfect CEO reads between the lines of the financial hypocrisy and treats people that are beneath him with undue respect and takes a pay cut or heavily invest in order to help drive away the plagues of socialism.

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