That's actually a good question, I can't find those parts in a lot of concept and design images or images of the uncompleted bells in the factory. They must be something added on after most of the construction is done. >>10530795>Socialism
Unequivocally shit, fundamentally couched in resource theft and abuse of innocent individuals, abrogates human liberty for specious gains which rarely if ever materialize. >Egalitarianism
Police State/Nanny State serfs should not even mention the word, egalitarianism cannot even have a chance to exist in a government system which does not value human liberty.>Social Democracy
People vote to carry out state sanctioned theft and non-consentual redistribution which leaves them in a bankrupt failed state where currency inflation leaps beyond ten million percent? No thanks, democratic suicide is not how I'd prefer to organize a society. >Corporatism
Is another inevitability of socialism, when governments gain the powers to significantly effect the economy and markets of a country it is inevitable that the largest and most influential corporations will want to work closely with the government to secure state sanctioned monopolies and use regulation to suppress rivals or inhibit game changing innovation. This can never not be the case because socialist politicians are still human beings and thus they are corruptible, the longer they engage in closely regulating a market, the more it makes sense to simply buy that person's loyalty, result: Corporate interests lobby socialist politicians to uphold more corporate interest, thus Corporatism.
To keep this even remotely close to on topic, just observe how much more cost efficient even semi-private rocket companies are compared to NASA, they do still get lots of government money in the form of contracts to complete certain goals, but they make much better use of that money, and more work gets done per dollar spent.