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Published 1 year ago with 3 Comments

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  • leweb

    Ok, so I read all these articles about how neoliberal politics have led to the accumulation of power by a few rich people/corporations, and how the democratic institutions have become useless due to a combination of corruption and fear of an economic catastrophe. The real question is, what's the solution? All the options that naturally come to mind involve violent social revolt in one form or another, but is there anything else? Is there some clever way to trick the system to reverse this trend?

    • ToadalDisaster

      We'll need another great depression before we can finally push through real economic and political reform.

    • sashinator (edited 1 year ago)


      You understand, of course, that this article is featured on a publication owned by Jeff Bezos, right?

      There is no trend.

      WaPo is the left version of Breitbart. It's a for profit media house, pandering to an audience, rich in conformation bias, with a clear agenda under a stewardship of a powerful man.

      The only 'current trend' is one in relation to your perception that things weren't this way. But in relation to the way things have been since the advent of farming, the trend remains unchanged.

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