When he states this, but is he right? Is social justice really a code word for communism or socialism? We understand there is no such thing as social justice in communism, although Communists will contend that there is equal pay for equivalent work. But in reality there isn’t equal pay for equal work, somewhat equal pay for similar job categories.
Yet, in communism we have to comprehend that individuals do not work at the exact same speed as each other because they’re not robots, and treating them like robots is not going to make them into robots, it’ll consistently cause them to become depressed in despair, and treating them like ants and take away their identity and private value. Some would state a good communist is rewarded by knowing he is performing a nice job, and he is respected by his fellow Communists for the amount of production he creates, and consequently he will make an effort to make substantially as he’s capable of, or as much as you possibly can.
Regrettably we know this isn’t false, that’s not the way it works in the real world, so much for academic theory and communist philosophy. The truth is it doesn’t work, and even in those places where it does work a little bit, it does not work anywhere near as well as it would if there were commercial enterprises, and each person was rewarded for his own person performance, along with the performance on his immediate team.
This one reality is why capitalism is much more efficient than communism, but let us get back to the point that Glenn Beck made on TV regarding social justice.
Exactly what the founding fathers really meant was that we are all equal under regulations. It’s evident, and apparent with any observation that women and men aren’t created equal, each one is not bad at some things and not good in others. Many people are excellent accountants, some individuals are amazing sportsmen, and some folks are motivational sensations, we all have different abilities, and we are not all equivalent at all of our talents, intelligence, athletic skill, and we don’t all share the same strengths and weaknesses.