Comment: The Case Against Socialism ? This is so VERY easy.

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The Case Against Socialism ? This is so VERY easy.

The Case Against Socialism ? This is so VERY easy.

Don't get me started. Okay ... Too late :

Let us just see published, plain simple economic FACTS, shall we ?

I. The Borloo Housing Plan is a nightmare

(I was born in Le Havre, Normandy, France)

http://archives-lepost.huffingtonpost.fr/article/2010/11/25/...

(translated)

"Do you remember Borloo houses ? Houses starting at EUR 100,000 (approx. $130,000) for the poorest households.

The plan was launched in late 2005.

In Le Havre, 171 houses were to be built "Borloo". The first houses were delivered in July 2012 ... and it is a disaster!

To say the owners are disappointed is an understatement! All cry at the SCAM ... their houses are full of defects (leaks, cracks, doors and shutters that do not close, etc, etc ....).

"We feel that it will collapse in a few years," said one mother. (See video)

Yet, the program had been approved by the government.

The promoter, "the New Urban Workshop", is located in the Paris region. They had the bad idea to entrust the building houses a business in Latvia, which was the first project in France.

The CEO of New Urban Workshops recognizes that this program "is a fiasco for everyone."

"This company discovers Latvia French regulations regarding hygiene and safety, she had problems with the labor inspectorate, and she had problems with supply and transportation ...." CEO explained to our team.

The city of Le Havre has all stopped with this promoter in Paris. And take retaliatory measures.

Until all problems are solved, they [the promoter] will no longer work with the city of Le Havre, the mayor said.

In Le Havre, the dream of a house at 100,000 euros was too good ..."

II. Continuing decline by 7.8 %, as of October 2012, for yearly car sales in France

http://www.liberation.fr/economie/2012/11/02/les-ventes-de-v...

"[...]The French automobile market continued to decline in October, with a decline of 7.8 % of new car registrations in one year. This decline particularly hit Renault, according to figures released Friday by the Committee of French Automobile Manufacturers (CCFA).[...]French manufacturers continue to suffer more than their competitors. In October, [new plates] registrations of PSA Peugeot Citroën dropped by 5 % and the [several times bailed out] Renault Group (Renault and Dacia) dropped by 26.4 %. Registrations for foreign manufacturers in general have, however, increased by 2.5 %, driven by the Japanese automaker Toyota, the Korean Hyundai-Kia, the German Daimler (Mercedes and Smart) and, to a lesser extent, their fellow Volkswagen.[...]"

III. The mark of 3 million unemployed has indeed been passed

http://www.leparisien.fr/economie/emploi-la-france-compte-3-...

"[...]The mark of 3 million unemployed has indeed been passed. The number of job seekers registered at employment center in Class A (unemployed) amounted to 3.011 million unemployed in France in late August 2012. This number is up from the end of July 2012 (0.8%, or 23,900 more unemployed).

Over one year, the figure grows by 9.2 %. The figures published by the DARES-job center in the afternoon of Wednesday's announcement confirms Michel Sapin, the Minister of "Labour, Employment and Social Dialogue" [sic; no kidding] in the morning that the symbolic mark of 3 million unemployed had been exceeded in France[...]"

France Unemployment Rate :

http://www.tradingeconomics.com/france/unemployment-rate

"The unemployment rate in France was last reported at 10.2 percents in the second quarter of 2012. Historically, from 1996 until 2012, France Unemployment Rate averaged 9.43 Percent reaching an all time high of 11.20 Percent in March of 1997 and a record low of 7.50 Percent in March of 2008."

One can verify easily the highest unemployment rates AND trends occurred all along or near the end of EVERY SINGLE socialist government mandates.

(Happening yet again under Hollande's administration in 2012.)

Francois Hollande : PARASITIC SWEAT SUCKER CRAWLING WORM OF A BUREAUCRAPIC CROOK, THIEF, DEMAGOGUE, LIAR ... French "President".

Meet the DISGUSTING WORM :

http://www.dailypaul.com/248431/what-is-looming-in-americas-...

IV. 479.5 million euros [appox. $620 millions] in social security fraud detected in 2011

http://www.lemonde.fr/economie/article/2012/07/20/479-5-mill...

V. France's Sarkozy eyes welfare rethink, fraud clampdown (11/2011)

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/15/us-france-sarkozy-...

Those 51 % of French who voted for (Obama-like) Hollande in 2012 to defeat (Romney-like) Sarkozy apparently didn't like to hear that sort of "timidly brave" statement from the latter (former president).

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Seemingly,

IN FACTS, THE FRENCH REALLY ARE NEVER ABLE TO LEARN ***ANYTHING*** ABOUT THE VARIOUS SORTS OF CROOKS, THIEVES, AND LIARS WHO DECEIVE THEM, BUT TO BEG FOR ALWAYS MANY MORE ENTITLEMENTS THAT THE STATE CAN ALWAYS PROMISE OR PRETEND TO PROVIDE THEM.

SERVITUDE AND SELFISHNESS ARE BOTH SOOO MUCH ENJOYABLE TO LIVE WITH.

Aren't they ?

And yeah, I do mean the ALL CAPS. Bear. One can always look away if one isn't glad about it.

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So...

"The Case Against Socialism"

... Do I need to add more ?

Seriously. DO I ?

Peace.

"Cyril" pronounced "see real". I code stuff.

http://Laissez-Faire.Me/Liberty

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