So Americans struggle to understand fascism because they have been taught to think about it not just poorly — but in a fatally backwards from the very beginning. They’ve been taught the stupid, foolish, lie that socialism is fascism, but supremacy, slavery, and segregation weren’t. Therefore, today, the echoes of the expressions of the idea that some people are more human than others, are quite alright (hey, I hear people talking about dirty, filthy lower kinds on Faux News all the time, what’s the big deal?) But a little bit of public healthcare, education, media, or retirement — my God, that way lies the abyss!
… where a business lumps customers into separate groups and charges them different different prices. A key to shared-value transactions is that you then use a portion of the spend from your best customers to indirectly fund products for your average users, thus sharing value and improving the customer experience across your entire user base.
…they have virtually infinite inventory). So, they incentivize this with lower prices. To reiterate: Facebook or Youtube charges less for a good video to reach people than a bad one. The price difference between good and bad content isn’t marginal, it’s measured in multiples.