My thoughts on Socialism and Communism are that ten years ago, I thought they were just the best thing ever and that if it weren't for men like Stalin, the world would've embraced them a long time ago.
Today? I'd say the problems with Communism are the same as those in every other form of government, only magnified. And I don't actually know enough about the differences between Communism and Socialism to comment on the latter.
>i saw children who's parents bought whole buildings at Yale to get the into those ivy leagues. The same children who'd spend their summers on their family's yachts in the Caribbean, while i studied... whose parents demanded the schools place them in higher classes and give better grades, and threatened to pull funding, moving to a private school if the schools did not comply.
>Those same people, who by the merit of their wealth, and the use of that wealth towards power, were able to march out of college after partying for four years or dropping out, directly into six figure positions at their parent's companies.
This is probably going to sound crazy, but I'd say to write down the names of these rich children whose educations and futures are being bought by their parents. Keep track of their educations, particularly where their parents' nepotism is involved, and where they go after their education is over.
Do that for the next ten years, and see where they are then.