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Thu Jul 13 20:27:52 PDT 2017
On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 08:40:01AM -0700, Kurt Buff wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 8:31 AM, \0xDynamite <dreamingforward at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 7/11/17, Steve Kinney <admin at pilobilus.net> wrote:
> >> "Capitalism can not exist without armed State authorities to define and
> >> enforce the so-called rights of absentee landlords. Anarcho-capitalism
> >> is a contradiction in terms, just a super fashionable name for direct
> >> rule by gangs of billionaires who get to do literally anything they want."
> >> The only reason to add the prefix an- or anarcho- to the name of a 19th
> >> century political theory or ideology is to make it sound hip and
> >> fashionable.
> > No, that is not true. Capitalism, as an economic method, is devoid of
> > power absent that given strictly by "law of supply and demand". The
> > current capitalism you see today is a result of conquest and
> > usurptation of massive amounts of unearned labor in the form of fossil
> > fuel and nuclear energy.
> > Marxos
> More accurately, what we have today isn't capitalism but corporatism.
> Someone who had a glimmer of a clue once said something along the
> lines of: "Capitalism follows the logic of the cancer cell".
> That's not accurate, but it's close. Corporatism is the proper target
> - eliminate the laws and practices that enable corporations, and
> especially those that shield them (and their owners) from liability
> and responsibility, and we'd be much better off.
Arbitrary power. This is the underlying principle of many statute
laws - arbitrary power, whether it's corporations, copyrights and
patents, police immunity and a zillion (precise number) other evils.
And indeed, as Marxos said, most "lazy arse Whites" are too well fed
and enjoying their shiny things to ever stand up in any "court of
law" to proclaim an injustice.
And yet in a heartbeat they do proclaim "the rule of law" and
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