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Message Subject Collectivism VS Individualism, which would you choose?
Poster Handle s. d. butler
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Like, GM figured out how to mass produce a perfectly reliable electric car, the EV1 I think it was called. Required no gas or anything, barely had any parts to it, and worked very well for most people. However that idea was not allowed to become mainstream, likely because that threatened the oil and parts industries. And thus the government, media, and other corporations did everything they possibly could could keep the EV1 and its various competitor brands from Honda and Toyota and etc from becoming mainstream knowledge.

That tech could've been an absolutely massive step forward for humanity as a whole, however individual greed stopped it from happening.

Makes you wonder why there was a covert uproar about electric cars yet Netflix was allowed to destroy the video store business single handedly with no one batting an eye.

Probably because you can exact more control over people with transportation than entertainment. And stability can of course lead to stable markets and ongoing profits.
 Quoting: Reiz

Yes, and the reason this happened is because the collective was threatened. All of them, not a single individual or single company. The industries mentioned and government and politicians banded together because their profits were threatened.

This pretty much proves the case that collectivism is evil. Without the collective the EV1 couldn't have been stopped.
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