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Hidden Unsold New Cars and Capitalist Overproduction

Align:start capitalism a system of the most rational capitalism a system of the most rational capitalism a system of the most rational distribution of resources and economy distribution of resources and economy distribution of resources and economy can manage from completely random market can manage from completely random market can manage from completely random market polls and far away from people’s eyes polls and far away from people’s eyes polls and far away from people’s eyes the massive lots the graveyards of the massive lots the graveyards of the massive lots the graveyards of brand-new cars that people don’t see in brand-new cars that people don’t see in brand-new cars that people don’t see in reality there are many many many of reality there are many many many of reality there are many many many of these properties filled with brand-new these properties filled with brand-new these properties filled with brand-new cars that were never sold this is called cars that were never sold this is called cars that were never sold this is called channel stuffing it is a method by which channel stuffing it is a method by which channel stuffing it is a method by which automotive manufacturers hide a automotive manufacturers hide a automotive manufacturers hide a declining sales and stagnant and demand declining sales and stagnant and demand declining sales and stagnant and demand the worst part is that there are the worst part is that there are the worst part is that there are hundreds of these Lots all over the hundreds of these Lots all over the hundreds of these Lots all over the world obscuring the industry’s world obscuring the industry’s world obscuring the industry’s overproduction crisis these new cars go overproduction crisis these new cars go overproduction crisis these new cars go to waste they sit there and rot to waste they sit there and rot to waste they sit there and rot automobile manufacturers have to buy automobile manufacturers have to buy automobile manufacturers have to buy more and more land to store them General more and more land to store them General more and more land to store them General Motors it seems is dealing with a record Motors it seems is dealing with a record Motors it seems is dealing with a record high number of these Lots high number of these Lots high number of these Lots the fact is people just aren’t buying the fact is people just aren’t buying the fact is people just aren’t buying cars the way they used to they are not cars the way they used to they are not cars the way they used to they are not buying them anywhere near in the numbers buying them anywhere near in the numbers buying them anywhere near in the numbers that they once did and this is one of that they once did and this is one of that they once did and this is one of the sure signs that the economy at least the sure signs that the economy at least the sure signs that the economy at least for the working and middle class has not for the working and middle class has not for the working and middle class has not recovered from the global collapse of recovered from the global collapse of recovered from the global collapse of capitalism in 2008 the sales still capitalism in 2008 the sales still capitalism in 2008 the sales still aren’t there aren’t there aren’t there in fact the lack of sales are being in fact the lack of sales are being in fact the lack of sales are being obscured so I mean what’s the big deal I obscured so I mean what’s the big deal I obscured so I mean what’s the big deal I mean you could just take all those cars mean you could just take all those cars mean you could just take all those cars and sell them at a lower cost I mean and sell them at a lower cost I mean and sell them at a lower cost I mean some money back is better than no money some money back is better than no money some money back is better than no money back at all right well see the problem back at all right well see the problem back at all right well see the problem with that is why would you pay the with that is why would you pay the with that is why would you pay the exorbitant amount for a new car if you exorbitant amount for a new car if you exorbitant amount for a new car if you know you can get that same brand new car know you can get that same brand new car know you can get that same brand new car for much less in other words if they for much less in other words if they for much less in other words if they actually did lower the price in order to actually did lower the price in order to actually did lower the price in order to meet what it is that the market once meet what it is that the market once meet what it is that the market once they would lose profitability the they would lose profitability the they would lose profitability the automotive industry is over producing automotive industry is over producing automotive industry is over producing this is a form of capitalist crisis this is a form of capitalist crisis this is a form of capitalist crisis capitalism is a system predicated on capitalism is a system predicated on capitalism is a system predicated on infinite growth which we know is infinite growth which we know is infinite growth which we know is impossible but remains integral to impossible but remains integral to impossible but remains integral to bushwah economic theory eventually bushwah economic theory eventually bushwah economic theory eventually through the non-stop expansion of through the non-stop expansion of through the non-stop expansion of capitalist economy that reaches the capitalist economy that reaches the capitalist economy that reaches the point where there was no longer any point where there was no longer any point where there was no longer any profitable place to invest the profitable place to invest the profitable place to invest the investment of capital can no longer be investment of capital can no longer be investment of capital can no longer be turned into more capital via the product turned into more capital via the product turned into more capital via the product and sale a commodity this forces and sale a commodity this forces and sale a commodity this forces capitalism to engage in a destruction of capitalism to engage in a destruction of capitalism to engage in a destruction of unsold commodities and eventually a wide unsold commodities and eventually a wide unsold commodities and eventually a wide elimination of the use of the means of elimination of the use of the means of elimination of the use of the means of production or constant capital this production or constant capital this production or constant capital this becomes crisis which takes many forms becomes crisis which takes many forms becomes crisis which takes many forms idle capital with nowhere to invest idle capital with nowhere to invest idle capital with nowhere to invest idle means of production factories with idle means of production factories with idle means of production factories with excess capacity unemployed workers excess capacity unemployed workers excess capacity unemployed workers unpaid debt and large collections of unpaid debt and large collections of unpaid debt and large collections of unsold commodities in another sense unsold commodities in another sense unsold commodities in another sense however the term overproduction is valid however the term overproduction is valid however the term overproduction is valid but it is not goods and services which but it is not goods and services which but it is not goods and services which has been over produced but capital the has been over produced but capital the has been over produced but capital the solution to this is a widespread solution to this is a widespread solution to this is a widespread devaluation of capital laying off devaluation of capital laying off devaluation of capital laying off workers selling off excess capacity to workers selling off excess capacity to workers selling off excess capacity to produce or lowering the price of those produce or lowering the price of those produce or lowering the price of those commodities which have already been commodities which have already been commodities which have already been produced but are not being sold or you produced but are not being sold or you produced but are not being sold or you could put them in gigantic losses and could put them in gigantic losses and could put them in gigantic losses and hide them and pretend they don’t exist hide them and pretend they don’t exist hide them and pretend they don’t exist this can also be tied in with the this can also be tied in with the this can also be tied in with the falling rate of profit and clearly what falling rate of profit and clearly what falling rate of profit and clearly what we have here is an a resource steel and we have here is an a resource steel and we have here is an a resource steel and other things not being rationally other things not being rationally other things not being rationally allocated they’re being put into allocated they’re being put into allocated they’re being put into something that is not even profitable something that is not even profitable something that is not even profitable which means they’re not being allocated which means they’re not being allocated which means they’re not being allocated rationally eventually this system of rationally eventually this system of rationally eventually this system of just simply hiding cars that aren’t just simply hiding cars that aren’t just simply hiding cars that aren’t being sold is going to catch up with being sold is going to catch up with being sold is going to catch up with them and it’s going to have a huge them and it’s going to have a huge them and it’s going to have a huge economic impact on them if not possibly economic impact on them if not possibly economic impact on them if not possibly the rest of the various countries in the rest of the various countries in the rest of the various countries in which this is taking place this also I which this is taking place this also I which this is taking place this also I think demonstrates a great hypocrisy on think demonstrates a great hypocrisy on think demonstrates a great hypocrisy on the part of the capitalist the market is the part of the capitalist the market is the part of the capitalist the market is all well and good when it creates huge all well and good when it creates huge all well and good when it creates huge prices that increases profits through prices that increases profits through prices that increases profits through the ceiling but when the market works the ceiling but when the market works the ceiling but when the market works the other way in the favor of the the other way in the favor of the the other way in the favor of the consumer or in the favor of the worker consumer or in the favor of the worker consumer or in the favor of the worker in terms of the labor market then all of in terms of the labor market then all of in terms of the labor market then all of a sudden the market must be interfered a sudden the market must be interfered a sudden the market must be interfered with the market must be manipulated in with the market must be manipulated in with the market must be manipulated in some way in their favour they talk a big some way in their favour they talk a big some way in their favour they talk a big game about the market being the best way game about the market being the best way game about the market being the best way to do anything and everything yet we can to do anything and everything yet we can to do anything and everything yet we can clearly see those the capitalists the clearly see those the capitalists the clearly see those the capitalists the people with the power certainly twist it people with the power certainly twist it people with the power certainly twist it when it doesn’t work out in their favor when it doesn’t 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