Marshawn’s Mom:You don’t own a team in the NFL
Everyone else:OH SNAP!
→ Those who don’t want to work/only work like 2 days a week because it’s easier and you get the same outcome as everyone else anyway
And provided each man and woman contributes his and her share of labour for the production of necessary objects, they have a right to share in all that is produced by everybody.
Of course these groups will have a clash at some point which can resolve in only 2 different ways.
Either the ones working hard/researching and inventing things in order to progress society will at some point ask themselves, why they are even doing this when they can achieve the same outcome as the ones not working for it while being lazy.
So they stop working full time and don’t contribute to communism putting more pressure on the system.
Through this vicious circle the whole communist systems collapses at some point under the pressure of those not working.The other possibility is those actually working to keep communism alive will try to force those benefitting from the system to also contribute to it.
(At this point the idea of communism has already failed and is starting to become authoritarian)
In order to force this strain on communism to work, there will have to be either a group (usually a military) with authority over the normal populous that will force people to do things:
→ Military elitist government (examples to be seen in world/history)
Or, there will have to be a set of rules to lead those people, some might call them “laws”
→ authoritarian government probes with a totalitarian dictator (see the other communist countries in world/history)
Emancipation from the governmental yoke; free development of individuals in groups and federations; free organisation ascending from the simple to the complex, according to mutual needs and tendencies.
Although cooperation is a widespread phenomenon in nature, human cooperation exceeds that of all other species with regard to the scale and range of cooperative activities. Here we review and discuss differences between humans and non-humans in the strategies employed to maintain cooperation and control free-riders. We distinguish forms of cooperative behaviour based on their influence on the immediate payoffs of actor and recipient. If the actor has immediate costs and only the recipient obtains immediate benefits, we term this investment. If the behaviour has immediate positive effects for both actor and recipient, we call this a self-serving mutually beneficial behaviour or mutual cooperation. We argue that humans, in contrast to all other species, employ a wider range of enforcement mechanisms, which allow higher levels of cooperation to evolve and stabilize among unrelated individuals and in large groups. We also discuss proximate mechanisms underlying cooperative behaviour and focus on our experimental work with humans and our closest primate relatives. Differences in the proximate mechanisms also seem to contribute to explaining humans’ greater ability to cooperate and enforce cooperation.
I think you forgot something. Kapernick started this protest last year. And Trump whole thing with it is.there is a code but no punishments 36,U.S.C 173 - 187 36, U.S.C. 171 OR IF YOU’RE MILITARY articles 92,98,117 & 133 or call 202-512-1800 and get your copy of The UNITED STATES CODE today!“It’s disrespectful to our flag”
Which according to the Flag code of conduct is not true. And Kap is still happy looking for a job.
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