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Belief in socialism (Andrew Kenny, Free Market Foundation) South Africa
05.Dec.2018
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Andrew Kenny, physicist and mechanical engineer: This is why socialists support minimum wages. They just hate the thought of some poor, lower class businessman (usually a black one in South Africa) becoming an employer. They think only the rich upper classes should provide jobs; hence why only large corporations are capable of pricing in the minimum wage, whereas smaller entrepreneurs would have no hope of complying with it. The heart of socialism is the class system. Whether it is Julius Malema or Vladimir Lenin or Fidel Castro or your Professor of Sociology, all socialists believe they belong to a superior class entitled to rule the inferior classes.

Socialism leads to full employment of people working for the state, not themselves. It fails everytime. But there are always others who claim to solve the world's problems by letting them lead socialist governments. Socialism leads to full employment of people working for the state, not themselves. It fails everytime. But there are always others who claim to solve the world's problems by letting them lead socialist governments.
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