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a system that is environmentally sustainable meaning a system that would yield human survival instead of environmental destruction leading to human extinction would entail responsible management of earths resources. that being said capitalism has 2 important sociological affects to be taken into account when deciding if capitalism can foster the intelligent management of earths resources and thus be environmentally sustainable.  1: the zeitgeist phenomena in sociology states that human behavior will be in accordance with the social systems humans live within. capitalism is a social system based on accruing things for yourself by any means thus we can conclude that capitalism has the sociological affect of making the people that live within it seek profit for themselves by any means. this is demonstrated in the constant activities of domination the modern man who lives in capitalism afflicts on their fellow man for self gain, such as robbery, rape, murder, and corruption, and pollution.  2: the position of capitalist within large firms such as walmart or gm leads to psychological affect of ruthlessly seeking short term profit over anything else. this is why psychopathy is more prevalent in CEOs then in the general public. so given these sociological affects can we expect to have responsible resource management in such a society of sociological behaviors? the answer is simply no. if people are generally driven to only do what gains them the most at whatever cost including intelligent management of earths resources and CEOs who hold most of the political and economic power will only do what satisfies short term profit interests then the second those come into conflict with intelligent management of resources (witch is often the case) then intelligent management of resources will be discarded and not carried out. so given that an environmentally sustainable system would be one that carries out the intelligent management of earths resources and capitalism can not yield such a thing then it must be concluded that capitalism is not environmentally sustainable. i will close my argument with the fact that a new scientific modal shows there are two options for human survival given the current environmental problems we face. 1: revolt against capitalism and overthrow it. 2: let the human race die off from environmental disaster.
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TheSpikeAndKey Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
        Communist Rioter Revolting ! please consider thanks
EuropeanCowboy Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014
I am applying for a $1,500 scholarship from the Fraser Institute. I am required to write a 1,000-1,500 essay on the rise of Crony Capitalism and what to do about it. I would like my main point in the essay to be a case for center and radical left politics and why they're still relevant. Part of this, at least for my purposes, is proving that Marx's theories are still relevant. Can anyone, anyone at all, direct me to somewhere in Marx's writings where he either

-predicted the rise of cronyism
-criticized unfettered stock markets
-predicted large economic crashes like the 1920's depression and the 2008 recession.

ComradeSch Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I'd like to thank you for letting me join!
Zucca-Xerfantes Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Wait... Communist AND Anarchist?



I hate to be 'that guy'
Kevin2097 Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
I agree. Soon, like Stalin.
it will be fascism. Let the children
of the proletariat choose.
ComradeSch Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
But you are.
Zucca-Xerfantes Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Communism is a government structure.

Anarchy is the absence of government.…
your definitions are rather incorrect.

the proper definitions are as fallows:

communism: a stateless, classless, and moneyless social order, in witch the means of production are collectively owned and resources are distributed from ability and according to need.

anarchism: a political philosophy that advocates the abolition of sexism, racism, homophobia, the state, god, and capitalism, the questioning of all hierarchical social relations and the replacing unjust ones with just ones, direct action to achieve the emancipation of the public and a society based on federations of free-association operating on consensus democracy.
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OmicronPhi Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is a very common misconception. Anarchism is the opposition to unjustified social hierarchies, like the state, capitalism, sexism, racism, et.c. This is perfectly combinable with communism which is the advocacy of a stateless, classless, moneyless society based on common and democratic ownership over the means of production, and an attempt to satisfy all human needs.

Communism is however not just one ideology; the most famous form of communism is Marxism-Leninism which advocates a transitional period between capitalism and communism, where everything is administred under a "workers' state". This is something I as an anarchist reject, as a state will naturally turn against the workers and, much like the current capitalist society monopolise the means of production in the hands of an elite minority.

I hope this makes the whole thing more clear.
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ComradeSch Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
I already disproved those assertions. Communism is an economic theory applied to socialism in some cases. Anarchy is the principle of self-ownership and free association of groups and individuals. 
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