As social technologies advance, are societies naturally turning towards communism?

Posted by: reece

The 'sharing economy' is an exemplary example. A.I. Is a large factor.

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No, it's far from it.

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It will be some hybrid economy.

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Yes, we are on the brink.

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reece says2016-08-14T10:35:56.8910170Z
@Kelliot1 There have been three industrial revolutions. We are at the beginning of another one -- The fourth industrial revolution.
triangle.128k says2016-08-14T12:09:02.5679015Z
Kill all commies for Christ
triangle.128k says2016-08-14T12:46:43.4101784Z
God you're so economically illiterate Reece that it isn't even funny anymore.
Throwback says2016-08-14T13:15:18.2992440Z
I don't think there is a cause and effect between technological advancement and communism. I think the timing is coincidental. If the framers of the U.S. Constitution were framing it today, we could be given the same free republic we had in 1792.
MajorGIJoe2077 says2016-08-14T14:37:38.9027379Z
Money equals power: never underestimate the power of the almighty dollar sign.
reece says2016-08-14T17:02:14.3055881Z
@triangle.128k Self projection...
Wolfram says2016-08-16T17:21:56.0265200Z
Communism is guaranteed to fail, because of communism's objectivity is to absolve the wage inequality of the working societies. Inequality is a result of people's choice over working hours, merits and ability to contribute or not to contribute. The reality is human beings aren't born and learn to be equals.

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