If you can do it better then start your own factory. Fairness and equality are false gods whom if worshiped to the extreme will lead to your inevitable destruction. If you wanted to ban inheritance that is one thing and an argument can be made in it's favor but if your goal is to ban private ownership of capital that is quite a different matter and I will oppose you vigorously.
I agree and firms who exploit negative externalities and operate in a way that is counter to the public good should receive punitive taxes or have regulations enacted forbidding them from doing such things.
I'm not saying a command economy cant provide a minimal level of functionality, I still believe that a 'free' market is better in virtually all quantifiable metrics.
At JSC, Yeltsin visited mission control and a mock-up of a space station. According to Houston Chronicle reporter Stefanie Asin, it wasn’t all the screens, dials, and wonder at NASA that blew up his skirt, it was the unscheduled trip inside a nearby Randall’s location.
Yeltsin, then 58, “roamed the aisles of Randall’s nodding his head in amazement,” wrote Asin. He told his fellow Russians in his entourage that if their people, who often must wait in line for most goods, saw the conditions of U.S. supermarkets, “there would be a revolution.”
In Yeltsin’s own autobiography, he wrote about the experience at Randall’s, which shattered his view of communism, according to pundits. Two years later, he left the Communist Party and began making reforms to turn the economic tide in Russia. You can blame those frozen Jell-O Pudding pops.
“When I saw those shelves crammed with hundreds, thousands of cans, cartons and goods of every possible sort, for the first time I felt quite frankly sick with despair for the Soviet people,” Yeltsin wrote. “That such a potentially super-rich country as ours has been brought to a state of such poverty! It is terrible to think of it.”