Global ruin from capitalism and economic crisis from resource exploitation.
We’re all going to die!: Global ruin from capitalism and economic crisis from resource exploitation
Right now, as you’re reading this, there are thousands of people suffering around the world, because capitalism doesn’t care about human rights or human lives, it only cares about profit. Whether you’re unemployed because there aren’t enough jobs to go around or because your boss refuses to pay you fair wages, the capitalist system is bleeding us dry of our precious resources and throwing us out like garbage once we’re used up and no longer useful.
This isn’t a conspiracy theory or something from the past; it’s happening right now! Don’t let capitalism get away with ruining our planet and killing its inhabitants!
Capitalism Is Built on Exploitation
From the early days of colonization to the rise of industrialism, and continuing into today’s global economy, capitalism has always been built on the exploitation of natural resources and human labor. This system depends on ever-increasing growth, which is not sustainable.
With climate change and dwindling resources, we are heading for an ecological and economic crisis that could spell global ruin. We need to rethink our current system before it’s too late.
Exploitation of Humans
The exploitation of humans is a very real thing. Every day, people are taken advantage of by those in positions of power. The rich get richer while the poor get poorer. This has to stop. We need to wake up and realize that we are being exploited. We need to stand up for ourselves and demand change.
The exploitation of natural resources
Economic collapse would have a devastating impact on nature. With fewer resources and less money to go around, people would be forced to cut back on their consumption. This would lead to less pollution and waste, but it would also mean fewer resources for conservation efforts.
Moreover, an economic downturn could lead to more widespread exploitation of natural resources, as people desperately seek ways to make money. In the end, capitalism may be our undoing.
It caused economic crises in 1929 and 2008, both of which came with dire consequences for humanity. But if we continue down this path, there’s no telling how many times we’ll suffer the same fate. It is time to consider alternatives that don’t rely on endless growth and exploit finite resources
Changing the System
Capitalists will never want this system to change, they are only interested in profit, even if it destroys 99% of the world’s population.
We can no longer afford to ignore the warning signs of an impending economic collapse. The system is rigged against us, and it’s only a matter of time before it all comes crashing down.
At this point, we have two options: either we refuse to let capitalism die and come up with new systems for sustainability; or we wait until it collapses in on itself from our own doing and try not to perish when there’s nothing left.