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All the problems in the world can be traced back to capitalism
This implies that in pre-capitalist societies that there were no problems. Yet we know that many problems existed, such as famine, war, death of loved ones, diseases, poverty, etc.
Western democracy is fundamentally twisted in favor of the interests of the wealthy.
Politicians are financially incentivized to prioritize the interests of the wealthy. The wealthy can donate heavily to politicians that serve their interests. The middle class and the poor cannot donate on that scale, and thus it is less lucrative for politicians to attempt to serve their interests.
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You can prevent three people from dying if you kill one yourself. This would be the morally correct choice to make
This utilitarian argument assumes that each life is of equal moral worth to save. Suppose that the three lives you would save are of convicted criminals, and the life you would have to take is of a newborn baby.