No Poor No Rich, A Perfect Society? Can Socialism Work?


An economics professor at a local college
made a statement that he had never failed a single student before, but had recently
failed an entire class. That class had insisted that socialism worked
and that no one would be poor and no one would be rich, resulting in a great equalizer. The professor then conducted an experiment
in the class on this plan: All grades will be averaged and everyone will receive the
same grade! After the first test, the grades were averaged
and everyone got a B. The students who studied hard were upset and
the students who studied little were happy. As the second test rolled around, the students
who studied little had studied even less and the ones who studied hard decided they wanted
a free ride too so they studied little. The second test average was a D! No one was happy. When the 3rd test rolled around, the average
was an F. As the tests proceeded, the scores never increased
as bickering, blame and name-calling all resulted in hard feelings and no one would study for
the benefit of anyone else. To their great surprise, ALL FAILED and the
professor told them that socialism would also ultimately fail because when the reward is
great, the effort to succeed is great, but when government takes all the reward away,
no one will try or want to succeed. This experiment nicely explains some basic
laws of society. At some point of time in our life, we all
question the system and we wonder if all these complications were needed in the very first
place. As a matter of fact, this whole system is
what keeps us going and people put in a lot of effort for the greater reward. Companies like Microsoft, Google etc have
made our life easier by developing some really great services because they get rewarded in
form of the money they earn. If at all their earnings were to be equally
distributed among people, no one would have worked to develop applications like Google
Maps, Andriod etc. As a matter of fact, we wouldn�t have seen
any great inventions or products or even the most basic things like food supply. If you do the farming, resultant crops will
be distributed among everyone. Now, let�s try to understand the scenario
where socialism could have worked. If only our society was an ideal one, that
is, everyone is perfect, no one has any of those 7 deadly sins, then, there was a possibility
that it could have worked. But sadly, not even a single person is perfect
in today�s world. So concluding it, these are the 5 points in
respect to this experiment. If possible, do make a note of it and read
it again and again. 1. You cannot legislate the poor into prosperity
by legislating the wealthy out of prosperity. One of the key reasons why any country with
reservation system will have a hard time developing. 2. What one person receives without working for,
another person must work for without receiving. 3. The government cannot give to anybody anything
that the government does not first take from somebody else. 4. You cannot multiply wealth by dividing it! 5. When half of the people get the idea that
they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them and when
the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going
to get what they work for, that is the beginning of the end of any nation! So, that�s it in this video. Hit the like button if this video was of any
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Comments
  1. And that is why you must alter the soul of the human and make the human into a robot in order to make perfect socialism

  2. The current question is not about socialism Everybody agrees it does not work
    The question today is about : Should some people who do the same amount of work as others have 500 times more? ANSwer that question Joe—

  3. How the fuck did those idiots get into college? Not even Marx believed in 'No rich, no poor".

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