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Capitalism Is The Biggest Threat To World Progress Peter Joseph

Capitalism Is The Biggest Threat To World Progress Peter Joseph

Capitalism Is The Biggest Threat To World Progress Peter Joseph

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Рейтинг 9.3 из 10 на основе 693 оценок и 693 отзывов.
Jaiden Brockman
Jaiden Brockman
Quit reuploading videos without calling it a throwback
Jewell Starsinger
Jewell Starsinger
400,000 deaths per year by medical accidents
SunnySinclair1979
SunnySinclair1979
hate them all communist verses capitalist both are currupt dead anal rapist
Dan Holly
Dan Holly
Old video. Not 2017
Canadian Truckers
Canadian Truckers
I dont think by taking money from rich and giving it to poor you can remove poverty, Poor people do certain things that makes them poor or keep them poor, No 1 : they love to reproduce, the more money and food and resources they have they more kids they make and population of world will explode. I think we have to respect the nature and its laws, strong survive and weak dies. Thats brutal but it will balance thing out , give poor people free vasectomy, even pay them to stop reproducing poor kids
Philip McKinney
Philip McKinney
Bullshit lies from fucking Russians. Fuck you and Russia for supporting an asshole like the gay Putin.
WOOTS
WOOTS
Peter makes sense, but if you think islam is not a problem, you are not really getting it. Talk to Sam Harris please. Therefore i understand what Peter is saying, but do it, not talk about it, show the solutions. Not talk about it. Do it.
Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith
the only way to remove the problems of capitalism is to reject capitalism. that means a personal dedication against the false instincts of the last 100 years.
xGoodOldSmurfehx
xGoodOldSmurfehx
im gonna go ahead and say that capitalism is not THE biggest threat to progress but its certainly defacto one of the 3 biggest ones which are pretty much equal in absurdity as well as intellectual and creative suppression
persian rugg
persian rugg
This guy is a tool bag.
adam kovelesky
adam kovelesky
Thanks to the CIA for the propaganda.
c. j. macq
c. j. macq
fascists bastardize Darwin. Darwin said those species that can adapt will be sustained. it has nothing to do with domination and force but adaptability. Darwinism also demonstrates the importance of cooperation, or symbiosis, both between and within species which also assists species adaptability. humanity's natural state IS cooperative!
c. j. macq
c. j. macq
I really like the title of your channel. I've actually founded an unique and fresh philosophy called equalism that asks ALL people (particularly non-predators) to do just that. reject the fascism from both the right and left and from religion and science. equalists divide humanity not by left or right, liberal or conservative or science or religion. we divide it by predators and non-predators. an ABOSOLUTELY new concept designed to UNITE the left and right against their REAL common enemy. check out my equalism channel to learn more. invite me on your show so I may teach your viewers how to turn an enemy into a friend.
Oberon Pan
Oberon Pan
27:03 He says "increase" when I'm sure he meant decrease. Yikes!
Albert Most
Albert Most
Peter Joseph has stated that as a leader the rules would not apply to him, and his 'solutions' are typically no different than what our choices would be if we did nothing to prevent harm to our planet- regarding over fishing the ocean his "solution" is we could raise fish on land! Oh and we are all going to be wealthy and everything will be free but somehow at the same time resources will be limited, so he doesn't have a coherent plan, just a bunch of concepts he's read about that he throws out hoping something will stick. Instead of getting into a discussion with the audience when he was in NY some years ago (failed "lifeline project" that they never admitted failed, they claimed they launched it even though it didn't actually go anywhere) he promised to have a discussion after his debate, but ran out of the room and hid! Weeks later he stated that "such debates have proven to be counterproductive in the past" He is a coward and a con man!
Benjamin Stone
Benjamin Stone
Ah! Abby has been working, with great success, on her robotic monotone. C'est spectaculaire, Abby!
Paul Charles
Paul Charles
Would true capitalism bail out failing banks...discuss??
Diddli Diddli
Diddli Diddli
Much of Africa is ruled by dictators who steal huge parts of the wealth and don't allow for any kind of economic growth. This has nothing to do with capitalism.
MC
MC
+Eric Brown --- They're the same thing. Capitalism---like so many other systems---is on a spectrum. What so many call "corporatism" is actually true, extreme capitalism; this is where trying to gain a competitive edge has gotten us. In the game of capitalism, who's to say that it is wrong for people and businesses to do whatever is necessary to get ahead even if that means buying off the government if they are able to do so in order to make conditions suit them better? Why is it moral or virtuous to allow for such intense competition and jockeying back and forth for positions in the hierarchy in the first place when so often that leaves a large majority of people to struggle and suffer? Why is it beneficial to maintain a capitalistic system when one of the "truths" it operates on is that resources are scarce (hence, all the competition) when that is not even a truism anymore? Our automation, mechanization, and ever-advancing technology is allowing us to be more efficient in creating an abundance at near zero marginal cost. Yet this reality is ignored in a capitalist system which is based on scarcity. Please consider this: We have already solved world hunger, yet millions go without food in this system. We already produce enough food to feed 10 BILLION people when just over 7 billion live on Earth currently. It is reported that 40% or more food goes to waste, just gets thrown out, because people can't pay for it; this is truly insane. We are wasting resources in this inefficient, outdated system.
Eric Brown
Eric Brown
No not at all. True capitalism has moral hazard and allows businesses and firms to go in and out of existence based on consumer satisfaction. Therefore, true capitalism requires competition for consumer satisfaction, which drives down prices. But we do not have true capitalism in this country but corporatism in which corporations are subsidized by the government and there are too big to fail banks. Monopolies abound and there is no real competitive enterprise outside of small business. "For all their talk about the wonders of the market, the aim of these conservative class-warriors is to make sure that government continues to serve the interest of the corporations and the super rich. Alan Murray, a columnist for the Wall Street Journal and by no means unsympathetic to the corporate world, once blurted out what any objective observer of business already knows: 'Capitalists, for the most part, don’t care much for capitalism. Their goal is to make money. And if they can do it without messy competition, so much the better'." pg. 56 of The Confiscation of American Prosperity by Michael Perelman True capitalism allows for the poor to become rich and the rich to become poor through competition. But we do not have this competitive enterprise in this economy becuase the rich DO not really want to compete they just want to stay rich and make money off of everyone else.
MC
MC
Yes, because with capitalism there is such intense competition that everyone has the impetus to gain an advantage over the other guy. People who can buy political influence will do that if it helps them succeed in business or banking. So the bail out of the banks with tax payer funding just shows how effectively people with money can buy off politicians to give themselves an advantage and keep the status quo that works best for their business model. The Citizens United legislation makes all of this legal, it's now legal to buy off politicians in America and that has benefited the elites tremendously in the form of record profits and record paychecks for CEOs.
Ultimate Man
Ultimate Man
We need to be radical about this it is clearly and simply a criminal system that needs to be stopped. I just also find out that even Enoch his book his bible shows clearly that money is idolatary, thinking that money does anything is a sin, people glorify money as if without it you cannot do anything, people are capable of doing anything for money it goes against all principal of God, as he is the only one that gives that creates. Amazing!!! But now we are a little bit done sensibilizing now we need to strike by starting each of us our party. So wherever you are start a party withthese principals, that if we organize and structurize our resources we can achieve anything! Organism is THE system and the only righteous system, the criminal system must end, property is slavery and money is corruption.
Black listed
Black listed
Very Interesting appraisal of the market and its flaws. However, I do not agree with the practicability or viability of his solutions.
Paull LLC
Paull LLC
She let him talk this time! :)
stormy
stormy
OK. The 2 top rebels in our congress have been threatened and are being silenced; Trey Gowdy and Chaffetz. They were able to go to battle with these corrupt agencies and people. They actually thought they could make change in this country and then change for the entire world. People need to see that anything to test, check or change the corruption of this country will be nullified, threatened or murdered. Unbelievable. This entire planet of humans will have to be reduced to ashes and hopefully there will be a few intelligent, read, educated humans to rise as a phoenix to start our civilizations anew, but doing it without money.
stormy
stormy
AND RELIGION!
Ulices Montano
Ulices Montano
Such a great vid. Peter Joseph has the know how to begin the "new" that America and the world needs. His book is also such a great read and a must own.
Ulices Montano
Ulices Montano
RenixGames https://books.google.com/books/about/The_New_Human_Rights_Movement.html?id=TrhCDgAAQBAJ
RenixGames
RenixGames
Ulices Montano which book is this if you don't mind me asking?
Big G Haywood
Big G Haywood
The term 'Freedom' is one that is constantly invoked by politicians, especially those on the Right; but what most fail to understand, is what exactly do they mean by 'freedom??' They're not referring to my freedom, your freedom, the freedom of the individual. What they ARE making reference to, is freedom of capital. So when you hear a Republican talk about Freedom, know that he means the freedom of those with tremendous wealth to be able to extract what they want from the population, to be able to exploit human beings and the natural environment, and the freedom to keep this egregious system in place.
Aaron Temple
Aaron Temple
" The liability of ownership".... We don't own things, things own us.
Leo9dis
Leo9dis
Good. Abby let's guests finish their thoughts and collaborate, hot. Great mechanics of an interview.
Guiri Gandul
Guiri Gandul
Top class interview.
Cass Dvorak
Cass Dvorak
this is a pretty intelligent conversation lol. I don't think you could ever ever this to something like this in a mainstream media organization.
Angel Smith
Angel Smith
(Note that he misspeaks at 27:01 "decrease" not "increase") 👍I agree 100% and am willing to do my part.
TheWarrior1986
TheWarrior1986
Abby Martin would be 10 times the President trump, Obama, bush etc ever could be
Sparkie Lyle
Sparkie Lyle
All I can say is Rite On, the 2 of you. Rite On ! ! !
What'sit Tooyah
What'sit Tooyah
From what I've heard and seen of the Zeitgeist movement, it's pretty much social anarchism in denial of (or unable to fully articulate) its political implications, as it attempts to appear more "scientific" and "reasonable" by presenting everything in strictly economic terms. Although their diagnosis of capitalism is correct, their solution is rather hazy. Perhaps they'll come around after they've read up on some Kropotkin.
mrhoustonn
mrhoustonn
Yes, you are right about the contrast between the intellectual and racional comment falling flat to the irrational ears. It is true we haven't yet found the way to rationalize the population first, wich is the way they will listen. That doesn't mean, however, that there isn't those who will. And, envisioning that end result, the RBE, those can try to think of a way there. So what he is doing is very much needed to start that process. Regarding an RBE, we have to keep in mind something. This system was the first to ever consider the idea that there is no need to apease irrationality in an economical system. That it can be just racional, just like building a car, or as Jacques likes to compare, an airplane. And I completely agree. I think irrationality and subjectivity have their place, but it should be on the individual only, in their personal life choices; choices that the economic system should not meddle with. Instead, it should just provide the individual with the means to be free enough of the contrains of scarcity to be able to choose subjectively personaly. Capitalism seems to do the exactly opposite, by use of psychology to convince the population of their wants and needs, giving a controled choice without greater consequences. Ironically, people are today what the anti-communism propaganda showed in the past. Like bees. Democracy also does the opposite, it seems. It is said that we should vote on what we want the state to control on us. Obviously, it becames a big mess. Even if the state actualy did what the majority wants, what about the minority? They'll just be forced to act the way the majority wants? If "direct democracy" ever comes into play, what will really happen? I don't give 1 month for the united states, for example, to became a true christian state. Goodby secularism. What I'm trying to say, is, irrationality, cultural subjectivety built-in a social and economical system is not only not needed, it is very bad. It should be for the individual only, not the collective. It becames a cultural apartheid, no matter what you do. But there is no ideology who doesn't do that. An RBE do not do that, it is not an ideology, like the ones you refered to; that diferenciates it a lot from them. For example, to say that RBE is "repacked communism" just because, say, both have the idea of distributed wealth is like saying cars and airplanes are the same because both have wheels. PJ is right to denie that. Another major difference, and the most important one, is that and RBE tries to work according to the scientific method. That means it has a feedback loop of idea-test-result-if negative-back to the main idea. An ideology never changes its primary concepts. It intead protects it at all costs, by trying to solve things only outside of its main philosophies, never questioning it. There are the defenders and those against. Have you ever seen scientists in a party of climate change, like democrats and republicans? Science doesn't work like that, it doesn't care for the primary idea, it cares for the goal ONLY. If the goal/proof isn't met, it changes it's primary idea, there is no problem in that. No ideology is like that. A real-life example, is the "war on drugs" working? Are the "prisions" idea working? If the goals aren't being met... understand? The GOALS come first in the scientific method. An RBE IS the first of its kind, yes.
What'sit Tooyah
What'sit Tooyah
+mrhoustonn, Thank you for not parroting the line that Peter Joseph covers literally everything about everything in his books, and instead thinking for yourself. It just seems that for all Joseph's great ideas, TZM seems to suffer from a PR and activism problem, which in some ways is understandable considering his message is that capitalism should essentially be destroyed. What company wants to take part in that? It's basically economic suicide. Beyond this, however, Joseph seems reluctant to publicly acknowledge that his ideas have enormous political implications (he seems to ignore the discussion of the State as something distinct from economics), and fails to acknowledge that his work borrows heavily from the whole history of communist and anarchist thought which preceded him (Marx, Proudhon, Bakunin, Kropotkin, etc.) It's almost as if he went out of his way to make it look like the conclusions he has reached are unique in the same way a PhD writing about worker alienation and exploitation could hypothetically do so without a single reference to Marx. It's just like...why? In this respect, I think Joseph shoots himself in the foot. Don't get me wrong, I admire Joseph and what he is doing, but he doesn't exactly speak the language of the everyday person, and like the Enlightenment philosophers of old, he puts too much faith in reason while downplaying other dimensions of humanity which are quite irrational and unpredictable. Like the teacher who is too smart to reach their students, I think Joseph's measured, scientific, and pragmatic approach has the effect of muting his message rather than amplifying it, especially when he ignores the philosophical literature of the past. at least he seems to be speaking the language of social justice in his new book, "The New Human Rights Movement," so that's a good start.
mrhoustonn
mrhoustonn
What'sit Tooyah, "a supercomputer regulates supply and demand" Supercomputer? Why do we need that? There is something called internet, there is something called software. What people NEED do not need to be polled; all you need is a research to know the earth's resources. From there, a computer web, say, something called the "internet\
Thain
Thain
If you care to inform yourself, read Peters new book/pdf. He goes into detail into how all of the first steps could happen, proposes real world ideas, models and more. Breaks everything down while inviting others to join in, its going to take many great minds, Peter just gives a solid foundation and a direction. All the answers you demand others feed you are awaiting your search.
joops
joops
Peter Joseph for president
Mike Mazzone
Mike Mazzone
hes got my vote!
Victoria Louden
Victoria Louden
so America must die huh??? well I got a better idea kill new world order even if you must go nuclear!! were dead already because of Fukushima.
Rin
Rin
Are you saying the human race must destroy itself because our technical abilities far surpass our intelligence to manage it?
Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson
in the matrix the architect told Neo, the first matrix was so perfect that it's monumental acheviment was only exceeded by it failure, when you look at all the seeming unsolvable conflicts around the world, wealth, power, corruption etc.. I would like to believe that humanity is going to change but realistically it is going to take a monumental destructive\u200b event that causes everything to come to a halt , but don't give up hope just yet, it is always darkest before the dawn...!!! Peace
Gary Johnson
Gary Johnson
Alex Kostko totally...!!
Alex Kostko
Alex Kostko
wouldn't it be awesome to deny this prophecy?
Zevixx
Zevixx
the dislikes T__T. Why. People are so narrow minded.
Chris NZ
Chris NZ
they could dislike the video because it's too long, they don't like the format etc
Madam Vonkook
Madam Vonkook
Just because people disagree does not mean they are narrow-minded
G. G.
G. G.
Love this woman's diction and voice, nice sound... and not only that, what she says is intelligent, I hope she wrote it.
mastermooky
mastermooky
people DO realize the causation of the time and violence, but their insecurities, and egos will not allow them to feel their perceived ineffectiveness.
Mac Sauce
Mac Sauce
First