Communism and Capitalism are failed ventures and that is because the intent of the programs
get interrupted by individual greed and subversion of the intent of the program being conducted.
The other problem is no one polices the levers of justice and guidance which allows wide open
no holes barred activity. Funny how ethics, empathy and justice go out the window when some
are granted a little bit of power to change without anyone questioning their course or cause.
Unbridled Capitalism isolates the little guy or those aspiring to reach the top and the powers that
be create the very bureaucracy they detest in order to control the market and their market share.
Free enterprise quickly turns into monopoly and the masses suffer.
Communism quashes the individual spirit of everyone so people focus on survival instead of the
concept of progress and innovation. We need to understand that good ideas need to be nurtured
and brought forward, but all the leavers of control cannot be centralized into the hands of a few
multinationals. We also have to understand we cannot have a system that controls everything that
moves because people will not bring new innovation forward.
Neither system works without rules and policing. The Cuban situation has survived because the
people supported their government against a regime that tried to starve them out. It is a reverse
isolation as Cuba was able to influence others in the third world to broaden their base and they stand
to gain by making and nurturing friends who now have money and resources, they will in fact turn to
a more open system but America will be left out of the equation as Cuba saddles up to ride with
the resource rich countries of South America.