Society/Culture Hypocrisy of The Left - part 3

Steinfreo

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So anyone who complains about working for Bernie Sanders is one of the following:
  1. Operatives planted from the right-wing
  2. Not even an employee of Bernie Sanders
  3. A little "fu**face" like Andy Ngo
Gotcha, sounds very sane.
Funny how the story has almost entirely vanished, surprise surprise.
 

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dangerousdane

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For Bernie supporters..

What happens after the capitalist wealth has been redistributed? Money trees?

What's happened since a prosperous Sweden started 'experimenting' with socialism?
Strange questions there.

Where does Bernie talk about re-distributing wealth? Im a fan and most of the videos i watch are of him, asking the American people questions like, if Australia can have free healthcare then why can't we? Or questions along these lines.

Ive also heard him talk many times of the fact the USA spends about $700 Billion per year on the military (more than the next 8 combined) and that its excessive considering the horrible wages and working conditions in a lot of the country. So the redistribution of wealth would come from cuts in areas of excess and moved to areas of need.

Im not sure where your coming from regarding Sweden, their economy is among the strongest in Europe and they have a low poverty rating.

I also will attach this, its a small extract from an article that refutes that the nordic countries are socialist. Rather just free markets with high taxes.

If the left insists on naming a system of generous government benefits combined with a free market democratic socialism, I cannot stop them. That seems unnecessarily confusing since the government is actually running no industries other than education (and meddling somewhat in healthcare). It certainly isn’t socialism. In fact, the only reason most such countries can afford those benefits is that their market economies are so productive they can cover the expense of the government’s generosity.
 
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