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America, Anaconda, and Life: Norway Democratic Socialism United States Unfettered Capitalism Poverty rate-10% Life expectancy of 81.7 years Infant mortality 2 per 1,000 births. A murder rate of 0.51 per 100,000. Incarcerations: 74 per 100,000. GDP of $75.500 per person 70% workers protected by Unions Ranks 2nd -Happiest Country Free Universal health care Free higher education Financial security for seniors 83% home ownership Living wage as minimum 8 weeks paid vacation per year 35 weeks paid parental leave Poverty rate-29% Life expectancy of 79.6 years. Infant mortality 5.7 per 1,000 births. A murder rate of 4.74 per 100,000. Incarcerations: 860 per 100,000. GDP of $59.500 per person 11.3% workers protected by Unions Ranks 14th-Happiest Country Unpaid/Insurance based health care Expensive higher education No security for seniors 63% home ownership Poverty wage as minimum No paid vacation per year No paid parental leave Average personal tax rate-37% Average personal tax rate-38.52% liberalsarecool: thatpettyblackgirl: It’s worth pointing out that the poverty rate mentioned in the picture is relative poverty. By law everyone in Norway is entitled to shelter and subsistence support including basic health care. Poor Norwegians, in other words, receive far more support from society than poor Americans do. Socialism works. The only reason republicans want capitalism is so the rich can hoard all the wealth while poor people suffer. Vote Bernie! EAT. THE. RICH. You pay the same tax rate, but in America you have to add your health care payments and tuition payments. That can be thousands a year. Plus, they get 8 weeks of vacation. They get 35 weeks of paid parental leave. We have to end siphoning all the surplus labor value to shareholders and give back profits as wages and benefits.
America, Anaconda, and Life: Norway
 Democratic Socialism
 United States
 Unfettered Capitalism
 Poverty rate-10%
 Life expectancy of 81.7 years
 Infant mortality 2 per 1,000 births.
 A murder rate of 0.51 per 100,000.
 Incarcerations: 74 per 100,000.
 GDP of $75.500 per person
 70% workers protected by Unions
 Ranks 2nd -Happiest Country
 Free Universal health care
 Free higher education
 Financial security for seniors
 83% home ownership
 Living wage as minimum
 8 weeks paid vacation per year
 35 weeks paid parental leave
 Poverty rate-29%
 Life expectancy of 79.6 years.
 Infant mortality 5.7 per 1,000 births.
 A murder rate of 4.74 per 100,000.
 Incarcerations: 860 per 100,000.
 GDP of $59.500 per person
 11.3% workers protected by Unions
 Ranks 14th-Happiest Country
 Unpaid/Insurance based health care
 Expensive higher education
 No security for seniors
 63% home ownership
 Poverty wage as minimum
 No paid vacation per year
 No paid parental leave
 Average personal tax rate-37%
 Average personal tax rate-38.52%
liberalsarecool:
thatpettyblackgirl:


It’s
 worth pointing out that the poverty rate mentioned in the picture is 
relative poverty. By law everyone in Norway is entitled to shelter and 
subsistence support including basic health care.
Poor Norwegians, in other words, receive far more support from society than poor Americans do.

Socialism works. The only reason republicans want capitalism is so the rich can hoard all the wealth while poor people suffer. Vote Bernie!


EAT. THE. RICH.




You pay the same tax rate, but in America you have to add your health care payments and tuition payments. That can be thousands a year.
Plus, they get 8 weeks of vacation. They get 35 weeks of paid parental leave.
We have to end siphoning all the surplus labor value to shareholders and give back profits as wages and benefits.

liberalsarecool: thatpettyblackgirl: It’s worth pointing out that the poverty rate mentioned in the picture is relative poverty. By law ...

Clothes, College, and Doppelganger: indigo-night-wisp college gothic someone in your class mentions communism. they speak about it at length. you are in biology class you text your mother. she does not respond for 3 days. you text her again and then realize that it has only been 2 hours since vour first text freshmen travel in packs. what are they afraid of your class is in room 153. the numbers start at 201. you cannot find the first floo . . . someone is talking about communism. it is not the same person as last time. this is an english class your transcript says you have an A in philosophy 3310. you do not remember taking this class. what did you learn? what did you do? you meet your elevator buddy. you do not speak. you never do. you ride in silence. one day, they are not there. you miss them your advisor refers you to the registrar. the registrar refers you to admissions. admissions refers you to both the registrar and your advisor. you have spoken to two people who do not exist and one who has been dead for ten years the boy who sits next to you wears the same clothes everyday. you think this is strange but when you mention it, he tells you that this is the first time he has wom this outfit. you realize that you have lived this day before you pass someone sleeping in the quad. he has always been there. stop looking at him . . . . . someone answers, "communism" it is not someone who has been previously mentioned. the question was, "what is an example of the art of ancient greece?" you have a doppelganger on campus. you have never met them. they know all of your friends the seniors speak only to professors. their eyes are dead. they have given up the safety of the pack long ago the professor is talking about STD's. your math class is very strange the powerpoint is in comic sans. you suspect that your economics professor is an extraterrestrial being after all. "communism," the man serving you lunch insists. wearily you nod. that's what everyone says Source: indigo-night-wisp College gothic
Clothes, College, and Doppelganger: indigo-night-wisp
 college gothic
 someone in your class mentions communism. they speak about it at
 length. you are in biology class
 you text your mother. she does not respond for 3 days. you text her again
 and then realize that it has only been 2 hours since vour first text
 freshmen travel in packs. what are they afraid of
 your class is in room 153. the numbers start at 201. you cannot find the
 first floo
 .
 .
 .
 someone is talking about communism. it is not the same person as last
 time. this is an english class
 your transcript says you have an A in philosophy 3310. you do not
 remember taking this class. what did you learn? what did you do?
 you meet your elevator buddy. you do not speak. you never do. you ride in
 silence. one day, they are not there. you miss them
 your advisor refers you to the registrar. the registrar refers you to
 admissions. admissions refers you to both the registrar and your advisor.
 you have spoken to two people who do not exist and one who has been
 dead for ten years
 the boy who sits next to you wears the same clothes everyday. you think
 this is strange but when you mention it, he tells you that this is the first
 time he has wom this outfit. you realize that you have lived this day
 before
 you pass someone sleeping in the quad. he has always been there. stop
 looking at him
 .
 .
 .
 .
 . someone answers, "communism" it is not someone who has been
 previously mentioned. the question was, "what is an example of the art of
 ancient greece?"
 you have a doppelganger on campus. you have never met them. they
 know all of your friends
 the seniors speak only to professors. their eyes are dead. they have given
 up the safety of the pack long ago
 the professor is talking about STD's. your math class is very strange
 the powerpoint is in comic sans. you suspect that your economics
 professor is an extraterrestrial being after all.
 "communism," the man serving you lunch insists. wearily you nod. that's
 what everyone says
 Source: indigo-night-wisp
College gothic

College gothic