WHILE THE REPUBLICANS AND DEMOCRATS WALLOW IN RED INK, CHINA CREATES THE MONEY NEEDED AND BUYS UP OTHER COUNTRIES NATURAL RESOURCES. CHINA KNOWS THAT IT IS NATURAL RESOURCES THAT HAVE REAL VALUE, NOT MONEY: (METAL, PAPER AND INK, AND BYTES ON A COMPUTER CHIP). WHEN WILL AMERICA WISE UP AND USE ARTICLE 1, SECTION 8, OF THE CONSTITUTION TO DO THE SAME?
CAPITALISM: An economic system under which the ownership of natural resources and the means of production and distribution of goods are for the most part in the hands of private individuals or private business, industrial organizations and collective monopolies working under competitive conditions.
SOCIALISM: A political and economic theory or system of social organization based on government ownership, management, and control of the essential means of production, distribution, and exchange.
MIXTURISM: Mixturism, unlike the other “isms,” would not put people into straightjackets as they try to solve their economic problems. Other “isms” allow for only certain methods to be used in solving problems and limit the number of solutions acceptable to them. In mixturism, the solution to the problem is deemed more important than the method used to find the solution or the method by which the solution is used.
Mixturism would not destroy any system that presently exists, but would call for the flexibility to use what is good in all systems to solve the problems of the people of this planet.
Mixturism is a mixing of private and public enterprise, without any fixed ratio, in any activity of a socioeconomic system so that the needs of all people in the society can be best met and progress promoted for all the people of this planet. The mixing of private and public enterprise, or the partnership of private and public enterprise, should be similar to a reversible reaction.
If public enterprise can do a better job than private enterprise in any area of endeavor, then private enterprise must give way to public enterprise. When private enterprise can do a better job than public enterprise, then public enterprise must give way to private enterprise. When neither enterprise by itself can fill the vacuum that exists in economic development, then private and public enterprise must form a partnership to fill the vacuum. The needs of the people must take preference over profit. Meeting the needs of all the people must be the determining factor as to which enterprise…private, public, or joint private and public…is to be used. Private enterprises and public enterprises have equal rights.
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