According to Webster: “hate,” v. To feel hostility or animosity toward; to detest.
Who taught Barack Obama to hate capitalism and exceptionalism?
The simple answer (based on) my research “predominantly” points to his mother and his grandparents who were and are by self proclamation, dedicated communists.
A universal truth; “Communists object to capitalism because capitalism flies directly in the face of communism.
According to Webster: “com·mu·nism, (in context) A system of government in which the state controls the economy and a single authoritarian party holds power.
Accordingly, when Barack Obama campaigned for the Oval Office his predominate battle cry was…
Albeit, I (personally), was never in audience to a correct or truthful “definition” of the change our deceitful and deceptive commander in chief was advocating.
Another noun that Obama was large on explicating during his campaigning was “transparency.
Albeit, by my research, everything that Barack Obama and his crew “discuss or do” is, (done behind closed doors) and when he or any of his crew are questioned about what they do or what they did? ..not a one of them knows anything.
Eric Holder was unaware that he was selling assault rifles to drug cartels, ..Susan Rice was unaware that she was lying to the nation about Benghazi, ..Lois Lerner didn’t know that she was targeting Republicans, and of course, (notwithstanding) Barack and Michelle were “equally unaware” that Sasha and Melia didn’t work for the U.S. Government when “they” went on vacation.
According to Webster: “dis·con·tent,” n. (In context) Restless dissatisfaction.
Which I suppose, alluding to my God given “common sense” would be appropriate for an individual who was programmed from birth to believe that folks who had great wealth acquired their wealth from poor people, ..especially poor black people.
Socialism is a social and economic system characterized by social ownership of the production and management of the economy, as well as a political ideology that establishes the system.
“Social ownership” may refer to cooperative enterprises, common ownership, state ownership, citizen ownership of equity, or any combination of these.
There are many varieties of socialism and there is no single definition encapsulating all of them. They differ in the type of social ownership they advocate, the degree to which they rely on markets or planning, how management is to be organized within productive institutions, and the role of the state in constructing socialism.
A socialist economic system is based on the organizational precept of production for use, ..meaning the production of goods and services to directly satisfy economic demand and human needs where objects are valued based on their use-value or utility.
As opposed to being structured upon the accumulation of capital and production for profit.
In the traditional concept of a socialist economy, accounting and valuation would be performed in kind (using physical quantities), by a common physical magnitude, or by a direct measure of labor-time in place of financial calculation.
On distribution of output there have been two proposals, one which is based on the principle of; (to each according to his contribution), and another on the principle of; (from each according to his ability, to each according to his need).
The advisability, feasibility and exact methods of resource allocation and valuation are the subject of the socialist calculation debate.
The socialist political movement includes a diverse array of political philosophies.
Core dichotomies within the socialist movement include the distinction between reformism and revolutionary socialism and between state socialism and libertarian socialism.
State socialism calls for the nationalization of the means of production as a strategy for implementing socialism, while libertarian socialists place their hope in decentralize means of direct democracy such as libertarian municipals, citizens’ assemblies, trade unions, and workers’ councils coming from a general anti-authoritarian stance.
Democratic socialism highlights the role of democratic processes and political systems and is usually contrasted with non-democratic political movements that advocate socialism.
Modern socialism originated from an “18th century” melding of an intellectual and working class political movement that criticizes the effects of industrialization and private property on society.
The revival of republicanism in the American Revolution of 1776 and the egalitarian values introduced by the French Revolution of 1789 gave rise to socialism as a (separate) political movement.
In the early 19th century, “socialism” referred to any concern for the “social problems” of capitalism (irregardless) of the solutions to those problems.
The only social problems that I am personally aware of that stem from (capitalism), categorically stem from “able-bodied” men and women that think someone other than themselves is responsible for their existence.
Albeit, by the late 19th century, “socialism” had come to mean “opposition” to capitalism and advocacy for an alternative post-capitalist system based on some form of social ownership.
During this time, German philosopher Karl Marx and his collaborator Friedrich Engels published works criticizing the utopian aspects of contemporary socialist trends and applied a materialist grasp of socialism as a facet of development.
Which would come about through social revolution instigated by escalating a divide between the classes within capitalism.
Alongside this there appeared other tendencies such as anarchism, revolutionary syndicalism, social-democracy, Marxism–Leninism and democratic socialism as well as the confluence of socialism with anti-imperialist and anti-racist struggles around the world.
The socialist movement came to be the most influential worldwide movement and political-economic worldview of the 20th century.
Today, socialist parties and ideas remain a political force with varying degrees of power and influence in all continents leading national governments in many countries. (Source Wikipedia).
To hate black people would be ignorant, nevertheless after the recent demonstrations in Ferguson, Missouri, promoted by black anarchists like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson, I will admit that (as a) “conservative white person” I do indeed feel more comfortable (absent) the presence of black people.
My personal opinion, I’ll be back tomorrow