Disagree. I am somewhat anti-capatalism but not a full blown commie. But I don’t think incel is caused by economic capatalism. I think dating capatalism is separate from economic capatalism, it is has parallels to economic capatalism but the 2 systems are not interlinked.
That is, there would be dating inequality and hypergamy regardless of economic capatalisms existence or inexistence. If anything, economic capatalism is caused by incel, not the other way around. The whole idea of getting rich and escaping incel by accumulating enough wealth.
Some ISPs are ok, others outsource customer service and don’t hire people in the native country. One of the problems of capitalism is it reduces the economy of the native country.
I agree, we need a more wholesome internet. This is the part of me that’s pro-capitalism. I thought of a great capitalistic invention for the future. A clean/wholesome content rating, if a content is fully clean and wholesome it gets a green rating, yellow to orange if murky, red if totally unwholesome. This will allow safe and pleasant browsing of the internet, increasing worker productivity worldwide.
In terms of dating the dating market is capitalistic. This is due to 90% of men not being arousing to females. In terms of economics and in terms of what you said, I disagree somewhat, I don’t think that type of aggressive capitalistic behavior is that common with females, I would say about 40% of females at most.
This can be fixed using real life capitalism, ie. creating fembot gfs and affordable plastic surgery for males. In terms of genetic awareness, those who got plastic surgery will need a tattoo on them somewhere so that anyone who breeds with them is notified their appearance is not the same genes they will get. There is also a better solution than plastic surgery, which is cas9 to improve the actual genes.
I am pro-capatalism but anti-capatalism, this is because capatalism results in stagnation, for instance you could end up with a monopoly where only one company makes the robot gfs, and then there might be a worldwide stagnation of this technology.
America hasn’t had democracy in the last 100 years, you cannot judge democracy based on America.
As for intellectual property it goes both ways. Small businesses and poor people need to protect their ideas from big corporations. On the other hand, corporations shouldn’t have the right to copyright content for 100 years, which results in stagnation. Do you suggest any particular remedy which solves both scenarios?