That's Capitalism. Made by u/Pán Aaron: . Where the do you think we are? Sweden? Get your lazy ass back to work, you aren' t on break! I hunger for shoes! aspen
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That's Capitalism

Where the **** do you think we are? Sweden?
Get your lazy ass back to work, you aren' t on break!
I hunger for shoes!
America kun, what yuo are do many can can bravery.
Why is yuo are do'?
Japan' s right you know. Those poor workers . _
don' t have enough to provide for themselves. Don t "Ste" to Pr!, pussy'.
You' become what you set out to destroy. . ''haks are" {I slaves,
Have you forgotten your own history, my child? you re pay'" 9 them! ,
It' s not communism! They make
money and you make money.
How can you smite the filthy Commies That' s Capitalism faggot, deal with it.
if you' re acting exactly like they are? ,
What' s the problem? I make money and he makes money.
That' s Capitalism faggot, deal with it.
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Submitted: 07/12/2014
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#2 - dashgamer (07/12/2014) [+] (19 replies)
What in the **** does the Confederacy have to do with contemporary capitalism (the answer is nothing) and how is a century and a half old conflict the modern nation's devil's advocate (the answer is it's not)?
The work that is being outsourced is voluntary, it's not even close to slavery.
User avatar #6 to #2 - sinery (07/12/2014) [-]
***** , having people work themselves to death for craps is pretty damn close to slavery.
#22 - centurionprime (07/13/2014) [+] (1 reply)
here you go
#23 - Womens Study Major (07/13/2014) [-]
It seems like slavery to us, but it's a very good deal for them. At least in one country John Stossel wrote about, the 'slaves' were lining up like GTAV midnight release when a sweatshop opened to get a job.

Also, people don't work for a sweatshop if there's a better job they can get available. It may be a bad job, but if there's people willing to work there, it's the best they can get. Closing down the shops would force them to go the next step down, not open their eyes to the magical world of 1st-world-standard jobs their massas told them didn't exist.
User avatar #1 - economicfreedom (07/12/2014) [-]
No trade will take place unless both parties benefit.
That is a fundamental aspect of capitalism.
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