Join Our Members List For Exclusive Reports

Please leave this field empty.

According to latest statistics, 51% of Americans between the ages of 18 and 29 no longer support the system of Capitalism64% of Britons believe that Capitalism is unfair, and a solid 77% of Germans are skeptical of Capitalism. In countries like India and Brazil, where government bureaucracy and corruption are high, more people have the perception that free enterprise is the solution for a better society.

Is Capitalism, itself the problem? As Catherine Austin Fitts has said, “Capitalism is a good idea. We should try it sometime.” Fitts argues that our system is so rigged, that it cannot be described to be true Capitalism.

As this piece points out, 8 men control as much wealth as the poorer half of the world’s population (3.5 billion people!), so it shouldn’t come as a surprise, given that statistic and that the current system, which devalues life and wreaks environmental devastation is not viewed positively by the young, let alone by anybody.

Only 14% of Americans believe that their children will live in a better world. “It’s hard to find more conclusive evidence that the American dream is dying in many American hearts and minds,” concludes the survey conducted by a YouGov poll for the Legatum Institute think tank. “Just” 33 percent of young Americans said they supported Socialism in a Harvard University poll, so it remains to be seen what kind of economic system may emerge.

Alexandra Bruce

Contributed by


Alexandra Bruce

Alexandra Bruce

View all posts


Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Most Viewed Posts