No they are not, they inspired this article and this lemmy post. Checkmate atheists!
I'm not an economist so I could be wrong, but this is my thought process about it: If a product becomes too expensive to produce for some companies, those companies will stop selling it. Less companies selling the product = less offer less offer = higher price.
"thats why you are going to eat it all you little sh" huh maybe im parent material after all
the area where you live sounds like the exception, not the rule (and this is an article from last year): https://www.cbc.ca/news/business/rising-rent-housing-market-canada-1.6525075
Interest rates are rising and the house-buying market is cooling off, putting more strain on rentals
The cost of rental housing is rising throughout Canada, according to Rental.ca. Analysts say rising interest rates are part of the problem.
The price of everything is based on demand and offer. The price of production affects the offer.
Amazing, thank you.
Are there plans to implement the anonymous homepage in the near future?
This is one of the features that I like the most of Infinity for reddit because it allows me to see all the subs I like without having to login in the app.
I love Eternity btw, great work!
Le secteur publique en gréve, les banques alimentaires demandent l'aide, les systèmes de transport aussi, l’épicerie et le logement coûte cher en tabarnak, plein d’itinérants dans les villes... et le gouvernement provincial dépense $7 millions dans un calisse de match de hockey qu'aurait pu être gratuit.
And I agree that social investment in capitalist societies builds better quality of life. Where I disagree with you is on the intention of these posts. Its clearly communist propaganda painting communism as a perfect solution for everything, as if we could not remember history or see with our own eyes that nobody wants to immigrate to North Korea for a reason.
according to (checks notes) ... "visualcapitalist". Yeah that sounds like a totally unbiased and reliable source.
ok, so why are there so many people trying to escape these communist paradises you people praise so much? and why so many people want to live in the capitalist hell holes you complain about?
I really hope somebody asks him during the event why he texted to his ex colleagues that Trump was a demonic force and a destroyer. I cant believe people still follows him after his blatant hypocrisy was exposed.
This is the real problem. Companies had always and always will raise prices as much as they can, that should be a surprise to anybody, but how much they can raise them depends on the demand and the competition they have. We dont have healthy competition here in Canada for a lot of sectors. You want better prices? Break down monopolies, open the market to more foreign companies and enforce real consequences for collusion.
Canadians financing foreign terrorism one white powdered bleeding nose at a time.
Similar but not the same, communist countries always end up in tyranny and its citizens always end up escaping to capitalist countries. In capitalist countries you can see some that have better quality of life than others. It depends a lot on legislation, how competent is the government to keep a healthy economy and social investments.
Just the whole history of communism...
wait, the anonymous home page is implemented? I still see a message in the app saying that is not. Am I missing something?
Because communism only works on paper. In practice, it always has and always will end in what you described: an autocratic variant of plutocracy, where a tiny cadre of political elites ruled over a powerless underclass.
that's why I doubt its real, but if it is, its hilarious
you are wrong: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communism
Communism (from Latin communis, 'common, universal') is a left-wing to far-left sociopolitical, philosophical, and economic ideology within the socialist movement, whose goal is the creation of a communist society, a socioeconomic order centered around common ownership of the means of production, distribution, and exchange that allocates products to everyone in the society based on need. A communist society would entail the absence of private property and social classes, and ultimately money and the state (or nation state).