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Mstr4slvs Aug 5
Replying to @CashLydia
Then when no one who applies meets the criteria they go to HR or the hiring supervisor or whatever and say, “Man you know... no one who applied was qualified... but I am familiar with the work of this guy... and I think he would be a GREAT fit.” Nepotism at work.
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John Clarke 10m
Global in the midst of the seemed the moment to tweet this
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Alexandra Marshall Aug 8
: Anyone can be a billionaire! : Only commrades can be billionaires...
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Winston Graf Aug 5
By providing everyone with a quality higher education, we are in the . It is through free in that plans to reform modern society and bring it to 2.0. Read more:
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Sam 9h
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Jack 44m
After a long, stressful week of work for both of us, “better tired than poor,” my wonderful wife would always say.
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Boston Review 18m
Wall Street’s colonization of the Caribbean reveals the story of to be one of blood and labour, stolen sovereignty, and military occupation:
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Hermann Observer Aug 7
works! Except here: Bottom-up by the masses (Marx). Top-down by the (Lenin). At the national level (Hitler). In industrial societies (Stalin). In agrarian societies (Mao). As terrorism (70s). As waiting for to fail (Godot). As .
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Paul Jimerson 22m
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Joseph Vega Aug 12
Capitalism = fake competition Communism = fake cooperation
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Benjamin Patrick Aug 8
There is more creation under a more capitalistic regime. Capitalism creates, as does socialism, haves and have nots. The difference is under Haves and have nots can switch places based on merit.
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Disabled Not Disposable 🧑🏻‍🦽🏳️‍🌈✊🏿✊🏾✊🏻🌱 Aug 11
YUP. is NOT some sort of “innately human” thing. Quite the opposite. Basic human instinct is to care for and value ppl for who they are, and it’s that’s twisted that.
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Melissa🌹 Aug 12
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Propaganda - بروباغندا Aug 12
Why do we condemn capitalism for the Beirut port explosion?
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WiseTibetanMonkey Aug 11
It is said rock & roll brought down the , and they may have a point. This feeling of freedom and wild energy is contagious and no system can suppress it. Therefore predatory must be vulnerable to it. Only the capitalist hardliners resist it. Play it loud!
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Prof Zenkus Aug 7
And herein lies the problem: this is how politicians and media see the issue, as a 'disruption to the market' not a disruption to the lives of millions of ppl who might end up homeless. This is the definition of neoliberalism: market primacy over human suffering.
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TPUSA - NYC Activism Hub Aug 8
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Maj. Payne’s Gold tooth 3h
Free market capitalism creates wealth and prosperity. Socialism robs & destroys.
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DarkRoast Aug 11
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JunkPolitics🍿🎞️ Aug 7
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