Return Bankruptcy protections to all student loans.
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Thousands of troops and civialians dead and trillions spent on war.
Selling shirts and stuff.
They are conspiracy theories, but are they anti-capitalist?
They disparage George Soros too. The man rumored to be funding the group.
Anti-Capitalist? Maybe. Something all parties are guilty of.
Anti-Capitalist? Maybe. They want more government regulations. But also one of the demands is to lower corporate tax rates. And tax loopholes.
And end corporate lobbying.
Political policies should not be bought.
Stop Wars and decrease defense spending.
Invest more in schools and teachers.
Increase sentencing for white collar crime.
Stop the debt fueled consumption. <- Not sure if this is geared towards people or companies. Which both are guilty of.
They want to keep jobs in America. might be a bit anti-capitalist for a good reason. Cheating the system like someone having his car registered and insured in another state to save money.
Stopping tax deduction would be a risky move (many people wont pay up) and likely stated to make a point. But anti-capitalist? Sounds more towards capitalist. Hacking money out of my paycheck sounds like a highly socialist/communist thing to do.
What happened? Greediness got higher? Government regulations couldn't keep up? Or did the upper class get their way for the most part in the past 30 years. All parties included.
Anti-Capitalist? Yeah, looks like it.
Is Capitalism perfect? No.
Defense spending is ridiculous. Particularly war spending.
Alot of these ideas are not anti-capitalist. At most they are changes in our current system that should be changed, reinstated, or dropped. Or a change that can be added that is similar to other policies already in place.
Aside from the really moronic, I doubt anyone wants to live in a communist state like USSR or other highly socialist areas where people and businesses have little to no rights.