The end of capitalism

Scott Adams of Dilbert fame on the coming changes

Capitalism was conceived before the Internet, and before the gears of commerce became computerized. The system could absorb a lot of con artists because they didn’t have the ability to steal fast enough to cripple the system. As you know, that has changed. Crooks in expensive suits now have the ability to swindle trillions, collectively, thanks to the efficiency of the system. And idiots in expensive suits can do even more damage.

“Sometimes the gutter wears a tuxedo.” He sees a new world of highly regulated finance coming but how about a government of, by, and for all people instead. Let’s make something positive out of the ashes the greedheads have left us.