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Message Subject Star Trek Tards - The Complete Ferengi Rules Of Acquisition!
Poster Handle SpaceCommand
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Ferengi are a species from StarTrek that was particularly highlighted in Deep Space 9. Their religion is commerce and their society is determined by profit.

The Ferengi believe that the universe is held together by the Great Material Continuum, also known as the Great River. The Ferengi believe that each part of the universe has too much of one thing, but not enough of another, and it is through the continual flow of the Great River that wants and needs can be fulfilled, if one navigates the River with sufficient entrepreneurial skill. By request and especially for Nicola, here are the complete Ferengi rules of acquisition.

Speaking for the current economy, it looks like the Ferengi are in the midst of taking over the planet! For example: Rule of Acquisition #26. The vast majority of the rich in this galaxy did not inherit their wealth; they stole it
 Quoting: SpaceCommand

Commerce is not what is taking the planet down.
 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater

Yes but commerce is what they hide behind, is it not? Communism requires a central bank right?
 Quoting: SpaceCommand

By that statement it's clear you VERY mixed up.
Too much to even educate you here.

Do you even know what commerce is?

 Quoting: Useless Cookie Eater

Commerce is historically impeded by central banking and communism while it bottlenecks transactions with taxes, fees, and a police state as it centralizes wealth and power.

"Commerce is the whole system of an economy that constitutes an environment for business. The system includes legal, economic, political, social, cultural, and technological systems that are in operation in any country. Thus, commerce is a system or an environment that affects the business prospects of an economy or a nation-state.It can also be defined as a component of business which includes all activities, functions and institutions involved in transferring goods from producers to consumer."

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Since when is asking questions "mixed up?" I despise dangling prepositions.
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