FMF NEWSLETTER 25 November 2020


FMF NEWSLETTER 25 November 2020   
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Indien sosialisme ons voorland is, wag daar gróót moeilikheid Martin van Staden

Dit word dikwels gesê dat sosialisme mooi lyk op papier maar onmoontlik is in die praktyk. Laasgenoemde is waar – sosialisme is onmoontlik in die praktyk – maar ek betwyfel eersgenoemde ook. In teorie word daar gesê dat die samelewing alle produksiemetodes saam moet besit en dus saam moet besluit oor produksie. Ag, nee dankie: Hoekom probeer ons nie eerder vryheid nie? Kapitalisme is die enigste ekonomiese ordening wat vryheid respekteer en tot voorspoed.
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