The Black Hearts of
Blackwater and the Rest of Them
Capitalists Hijack Pentagon for War Making and Creating, Institute
War Crimes and to Fight Americans on Their Own Soil
Capitalist Law: Kill or Pay
China’s Capitalists Hire Hoodlums and Murderers
to Attack Labor Rights Advocates
The Two Evils Double Up: “Privatizing Zionism”
– Paying People to Destroy Other People’s Lives and Livelihoods
America’s Capitalists Beat, Torture and Abuse Slaves
Capitalists Poison Californian Population with Approval of
to Stay in Business
Monopolization and Privatization and The
Mechanics of Enslavement
Capitalists are Not Providing Services
You can't get
around some simple facts – unless you're a capitalist.
factually need to provide for themselves through taxation.
Our state officials
are obligated to distribute products and "services" equitably
throughout society, and especially encourage individual moral
growth. The citizens more or less get the products and services
previously paid for through taxes and there are no conflicts of
interest. Social welfare is maintained and the people are satisfied.
This standard political system is probably as old as time.
Unfortunately, power is customarily abused in this world. Today, our
capitalists' tax laws have all but extinguished the common sense of
these noble political practices - and created monsters, living at
the expense of all others.
History repeats itself... it is later than it seems.
The capitalists convinced the public long ago that they can provide
services better than the government. In a perverted way, that may be
true - if your goal is to indulge the senses. Our wizards certainly
fabricated ways to coddle the citizens with taxes, services and
products. Granted, we got handiwork and stores, technology and
science, trivia, agnostic world views, monopolies and the New World
Order. But the public has been so mesmerized by material options
that we failed to catch the capitalists in their BIG LIE.
There has been a bait-and-switch
we never got the services! What most of us got amounts to slavery.
You Pay For This, But They Give You That
Of course, the capitalists profess everything they do is for the
citizens as they pass all their operating costs off at public
And we are lead to believe our jobs contribute to society through
employment and production.
But then one has to wonder why the public REPEATEDLY pays for the
same products and services they've already purchased through
materials, research, factories, employment, stores, and other tax
unless they're mentally compromised? The public pays for
capitalistic services, but never actually get them. People really
don't understand the basics in governing themselves.
The citizens continue to provide the same intellect, taxes and labor
for the capitalists as they do for the government. Superficially,
corporate employment resembles cushy government jobs. But the social
effect is exactly the opposite. Instead of working with harmonious
social representatives, we now work for tyrants who monopolize and
privatize EVERYTHING they can.
In spite of the public being responsible for the corporate
plantations in every way, the slaves must labor in the 'fields'
while the shareholders reap all the rewards. The endless rows of
tobacco leaves and cotton may have been replaced by the asphalt
jungle, but the slave system remains intact.
The capitalists have never been willing to share what we all make
possible. Rather, after being funded by the public, the capitalists
pretend they are responsible for everything
and claim everything as a result. As it turns out, they think
everything is about them.
Capitalists are Wolves in Sheep's Clothing
funds' says it all: corporate "services" enables tyrants to destroy
society. It's all about the private, expanding fortunes of the
elite. Either capitalists are slick salesmen, or we're just plain
stupid. I think it's a classic case of 'the blind leading the
If you're going to have equitable cheating (as in 'honor among
thieves') then you need to strategically monopolize faster than
conspiracies accomplish this.
Capitalists combine their will and resources to make an economic
army, but they're only recognized as one 'individual' under the law.
Conveniently enough, equating the rights of people and corporations
has its limits. We individuals can't engage in criminal activity
without severe punishment, but the corporate 'person' seems to be
exempt from this kind of justice. That's what happens when criminals
police themselves. Corporations get to have their cake and eat it
Shareholders initiate venture(s) and secure proprietorship status.
If you are wealthy enough to invest and wait for the tax cycle, then
– and only then – you can get reimbursed for something you never
gave up. This is the art of greed. Who else could possibly expand
like rich people making their own laws? One has to be wealthy and
well-connected to even use the tax laws effectively. So essentially,
the public is left out.
The tax schemes may appeal to everyone's cupidity, but they're
hardly a basis for a democratic society. A free economy based on
giveaways only the rich can afford is a sham to say the least.
If people asked you to pay their way, enabling them to sell you and
others whatever they want, you'd probably wonder what drugs they
were taking. Well, our government has made this capitalist's pitch
our bread and butter... It's the law!
Capitalists get quietly reimbursed for "services." The more they can
practice their philanthropy, the more they charge the public for it.
Here, social wealth and causes are quietly transformed into private
ones - as the public gets billed by tyrants who seek to convert and
All the products and services are just an excuse to 'privatize
The aim is large sustained returns. This is achieved by having as
many citizens as possible engaged in paying capitalists' expenses.
The faster shareholders can accomplish this, the larger their
fortunes can be – by exploiting more people. Thus, the capitalist
goal is to drain public resources and establish their "service" as
the largest 'private' institution of society. The corporations are
tailor-made to do this by using public giveaways to monopolize all
social activity. Never mind the lack of social conscience
accompanying their "good intentions." The games of the rich are
simply to covet all that they can.
See Also: Capitalism and Communism:
Soulutions to Dreg