Competitive capitalism is the key for country
I wish that everyone in Bermuda who cares about the future here would read Nathan Kowalski’s article on Page 10 of The Royal Gazette on Monday, entitled “Competitive capitalism is the key”.
The article is nothing short of brilliant, and I urge the Government to study this article carefully, as the future of Bermuda is definitely at risk.
The Progressive Labour Party government seems to be flirting with a socialist-style government, which will never ever work here. Bermuda has no resources at all, so how can we become a socialist country?
Furthermore, I would love to learn the name of a country in the world that successfully operated under socialism. Just look at Venezuela and how the people there are suffering after being ruled by a socialist government.
What Mr Kowalski has suggested is certainly the best way forward, as we need to expand the economy. I see more and more businesses closing their doors and this just means more unemployment. There are a lot of clever business people living and working in Bermuda, who, I am sure, would be delighted to come up with good ideas to help boost our flagging economy.
Don’t leave it too late.
BRIDGET M. MARSHALL
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