Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Capitalism, as we know it, has one fundamental thing in common with fascism, -the marriage of state and industry.
- When You ad lobbyism to capitalism - You encourage corruption. Adding lobbyism/- corruption to government means less choice and opportunity for new business and for the common man, - centralization means less freedom and consensus.
- It escalates to corporatism or totalitarianism as interests groups not only buy politicians, but whole political parties.
- Centralization - what we also see happening in democracies - have resulted in fascism in many European countries.
Fascism means socialism for the rich and few.
- It was William Randolph Hearst's fear of competition in the paper market in the early 1900's that had Cannabis prohibited, paving the way for US lobby politics and the lumber-,cotton-, pharma-, oil- and prison-industry etc., etc..- not forgetting nuclear power and contamination.
Why do we let the rampant greed of the few corrupt the treasures the world offers for us all?
We are destroying and polluting and accepting mindless extinction of cures for deceases by the destruction of rain-forests and other natural reserves.
- Corporate interests are not interested in Your sustainability, it doesn't provide them with an income.
Some people ignore that bio-diversity is the reason for evolution.
Sometimes it is good to be a member of a team or community, but when the reward is poisoned food, water and air,- I fail to see the purpose.
- And some upcoming still dream of a future in the 'elites' kind of future.- Well, wake up! The app. 200,000 (ref. Bill Gates - Geo-engineering and vaccine entrepreneur) tickets for that ride are already reserved!! You think ??
Misguiding the masses might work for lemmings,- the problem for us is not that we don't know how to swim,- we just can't seem to find a common ground.
And I ad a note on the current political climate: - If someone is making a living from investment or interest - why the tax reductions for that area of income when it is the investment itself that creates the need for infrastructure - including a labour force?