problems in the world [capitalism x consumerism] ² = American imperialism

Americans are in trouble and thehy are creating more for the entire world, because they have gotten stuck. american economics developed out of the interactions of the following elements.  A “product”: and  “Commodities” OR ANY standard products, especially raw materials that are not associated with particular producers or brands and trade on organized exchanges.

what is capitalism?

products/commodities are of two types: capital goods and consumer goods. Capital goods (i.e., raw materials, tools, industrial machines, vehicles and factories) are used to produce consumer goods (e.g., televisions, cars, computers, houses and or  ammunition exported to generate wars around the world) to be sold to others. the U.S is currently the largest exporter in the world.

The three inputs required for any kind of production are:

  • labor, land (i.e. raw land, natural resources, habited, inhabited) capital goods. US cant do it directly so it hijacks and installs “democracy” in 3rd world countries unfit for democratic systems due to illetrecy rates, bad economics and corrupt leaders etc, outsourcing corrupt govts (paying up large sums to a chosen few) to suppress and oppress majority , all in the name of freedom rhetoric  helps US install its military policies around the world easily. after the end of the cold war, its unfortunately the sountheast, middle east region, with presence of Israel as constant flashing point!
Now as for the solution to this particular imperialism, neo colonialism problem, the world is still surviving,
There are many variants of capitalism in existence. All these forms of capitalism are based on production for profit, at least a moderate degree of market allocation and capital accumulation. The dominant forms of capitalism are listed here.

Types of capitalism

Mercantilism

A nationalist form of early capitalism where national business interests are tied to state interests, and consequently, the state machinery is utilized to advance national business interests abroad. An example of this is colonists living in America who were only allowed to trade with and purchase goods from their respective mother countries (Britain, France, etc.). Mercantilism holds that the wealth of a nation is increased through a positive balance of trade with other nations.

Free-market capitalism

Free market capitalism consists of a free-price system where supply and demand are allowed to reach their point of equilibrium without intervention by the government. Productive enterprises are privately owned, and the role of the state is limited to protecting the rights to life, liberty, and property.

Social market economy

A social market economy is a nominally free-market system where government intervention in price formation is kept to a minimum but the state provides significant social security, unemployment benefits and recognition of labor rights through national collective bargaining laws. The social market is based on private ownership of businesses.

State capitalism

State capitalism consists of state ownership of the means of production within a state. The debate between proponents of private versus state capitalism is centered around questions of managerial efficacy, productive efficiency, and fair distribution of wealth.

Corporate capitalism

(which has currently taken over the world)

Corporate capitalism is a free or mixed market characterized by the dominance of hierarchical, bureaucratic corporations, which are legally required to pursue profit. State monopoly capitalism was originally a Marxist concept referring to a form of corporate capitalism where the state is used to benefit, protect from competition and promote the interests of dominant or established corporations.

Mixed economy

A largely market-based economy consisting of both public ownership and private ownership of the means of production. Most capitalist economies are defined as “mixed economies” to some degree although the balance between the public and private sectors may vary.
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