Posted on December 24th, 2010 at 7:58 by John Sinteur in category: Great Picture -- Write a comment
Well, *every* system crashes from time to time. This seems to be one of the only constant, ever reoccurring things in life. Nothing works forever, nothing lives forever. Old things must die, so new fresh things can flourish.
Crashes are no special feature of capitalism. Every attempt at avoiding system crashes only delays the inevitable, and results in a much more devastating crash.
One of the most prominent examples: The former eastern bloc.
Go ahead, install a new system. This seems to be necessary from time to time. But nobody please ever think that everything will be happy and merry afterwards.
Furthermore, I’d be quite interested in: *What* new system do these protestors want to install? Did they tell this on another sign?
BTW: There is quite some irony in this protest sign, by referring to a software product of one of the most capitalist corporations of all times…
Don’t worry, your corporate overlords are firmly in control. People get hurt when the crashes occur, but our system ensure the corporations will be spared.
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