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Is The Problem With Capitalism Or Neoliberalism?


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Are the extras of commercialism the trouble or is industrialism itself responsible? Cenk Uygur, the host of The Young Turks, goes over with writer Naomi Klein. Tell us just what you think in the remark section listed below. Watch the whole interview right here:

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  1. Posted by Egg Head, at Reply

    TYT: *Capitalism is bad!*

    Also TYT: *Thanks for that 20 mils guys!*

  2. Posted by EndGame, at Reply

    We cannot have infinite growth in a finite planet. What we need is to maximize sustainability in energy, food production, manufacturing and the like and minimize our negative effect on the environment by making products last as long as possible while being fully recyclable when they reach the end of their usefulness. That will never happen under capitalism because it demands more products are sold even if the previous version is just fine (iPhone is a perfect example of this). Research the resource- based economy model to learn about a system that can actually save humanity

  3. Posted by Khaled Katergi, at Reply

    capitalism is self-destructive and unsustainable

    • Posted by kahmaal14, at Reply

      Khaled Katergi you mean socialism that eventually turns into communism?

    • Posted by Khaled Katergi, at Reply

      kahmaal14 No I mean capitalism can you read?😂

    • Posted by ASMR Silent Love, at Reply

      Because it is based on infinite growth. Let’s keep building houses for more and more people. Ok where do all these people go? We keep building houses until there is no land left. Btw we would all be dead because there would be no trees. Then we keep building houses on the water. Then we build them in the water. Then we build them underground. Then we build them on MARS. Ok I’m done.

  4. Posted by Sune Nymann, at Reply

    Neoliberalism is the higher form of capitalism and it’s ruining our planet. Cenk is a social liberal and class collaborator and part of the problem and not the solution

  5. Posted by rphunt2002, at Reply

    I agree 100%.

  6. Posted by mud cat, at Reply

    The problem is human nature, not capitalism. That’s why we need to raise the minimum wage for example, because they won’t do it unless they’re forced.

  7. Posted by David Wood, at Reply

    Capitalism would have survived if you let gov’t be the arbiter. But you got greedy.

  8. Posted by David Hughes, at Reply

    So…. How can I make lots of money and expand the economy?

  9. Posted by Jon F Cartwright, at Reply

    Fantastic analogy..brings me back to my college days studying the building blocks of postmodernism. So very true about capitalism having to “reinvent “ itself. The only thing I’d try and add to the conversation is the issue (or problem) of bureaucracy. It’s needed up to a point to help regulate but not stifle competition in capitalism & yet not get too big as to kill an ideology such as I believe it did with extreme socialism, aka communism. In its efforts to avoid its moral and ethical responsibilities (& although the oligarchs are now running with it) Neoliberalism has done its best to avoid being an addendum to either belief by bouncing from place to place — thus not allowing those with only a small footprint to gain any respectable upward mobility

  10. Posted by Slap Ass Rafi, at Reply

    The problem is there is no medium between the too everything is on the extreme on both sides

  11. Posted by J Briggs, at Reply

    Tyt ARE the neoliberals

  12. Posted by Andreas Widham, at Reply

    Many people here seem to be missing the main point. That Capitalism, while great in many ways, is at it’s core, not sustainable. A system that demands constant growth when resources are finite, has to crash at some point. If Earth is to remain a place for humanity to live I see only two options. Either changing the very core that our World economic system is based around. Or going on an interstellar journey of ever searching for more resources to add to our economy.

    So…. reconstructing an economically system from it’s foundation, or space travel.
    Yeah not a tall order at all.

    • Posted by Christopher Balsom, at Reply

      Earth can’t remain a place to live. Earth will eventually be destroyed, whether by man, or by nature, or by cosmic forces (such as the sun, asteroid, gamma burst).

      Capitalism allows people the chance to thrive and succeed, unlike any other economic system. In fact, Capitalism will be the driving force for humanity to reach into the stars. We know resources here are finite, and with the constantly growing human population those resources are being drained faster and faster. So it’s up to companies, who need to have resources, to develop space travel so that it’s cheap, efficient, and safe.

    • Posted by N. Zhiv, at Reply

      Andreas Widham I always said that, yet people are so short sighted. They do not see how consumerism will have to end. It cannot keep going. And we’re seeing the start of its collapse.

  13. Posted by Ryan Wilhite, at Reply

    If we could finally just legalize psychedelics already this would all work itself out instead of letting greed and insanity control the planet.

  14. Posted by Aggressive Micro Penis, at Reply

    Spread the wealth! It wasn’t real Communism! Anarchy! Down with Patriarchy!

  15. Posted by A Gerard, at Reply

    It’s as if it’s no longer capitalism, just deregulation and tax freedom for large corporations. It’s more a corporate monarchy because of global slave-like labor, where workers cannot make enough to generate new spending, creating innovative demands which would create new corporations.

  16. Posted by Capanema, at Reply

    The problem is capitalism but Cenk is rich and he has millionaires investing in TYT.
    Of course he is going to defend the system, he benefits from capitalism.

  17. Posted by Haeresis93, at Reply

    It’s a trick question! Both are the problem!

  18. Posted by Jay Rock Jinx, at Reply

    Capitalism is the weaponizing of greed.

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  20. Posted by YogGroove, at Reply

    Capitalism, like any system, has needs. It needs to be framed within a growth of the commons and it needs constant flow of liquid assets (money). You don’t need to remap the river, but you do need to understand how to lock and damn it.