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Title: Debunking crapitalism
Post by: FreeBorn Angel on June 04, 2015, 08:43:19 PM
We have to have workers, we don't have to have dollars.

As long as the work done today to fill the shelves is done tomorrow the shelves will be full.

The worker doesn't care if the corporation gets paid or not, it is not pertinent to his job.
The accounting department could fall in a lake and the workers would still fill the shelves.

I propose that the workers unite, toss off the monkey masters, and just order what they need from the net in return for continuing to work.

The division of labor efficiencies require that some people make shoes and other people make tomatoes and yet other people drive the trucks to the warehouses.
As long as we have evidence that everybody(nearly) is contributing then life will go on as normal.
That evidence will be neighbors that get up and go to work and full shelves at the warehouse and deliveries of the goods ordered from the net.

Notice that nowhere did I mention banksters and shareholders.

If the workers could be led to this idea we can short circuit the whole shebang that is crapitalism.
Title: Re: Debunking crapitalism
Post by: analogkid on June 05, 2015, 06:18:09 PM
but thats not voluntary!!!!1111

the market will decide!!1

Title: Re: Debunking crapitalism
Post by: FreeBorn Angel on June 07, 2015, 04:52:58 PM
The market isn't voluntary by it's very nature, either you have what is wanted to trade or trade doesn't occur.
You force me to get what you want for you while denying me what you have that I need.
If that is my 23rd pair of shoes, well, that is one thing, but if that is supper, or shelter from the rain, then that is another, different, thing.

Crapitalism isn't voluntary, if it was the shareholders/boss wouldn't be getting such a big cut of the pie.
After all it is the truck loader that is indispensable, not the shareholder.
Title: Re: Debunking crapitalism
Post by: Chyndonax on June 07, 2015, 11:43:07 PM
The market isn't voluntary by it's very nature, either you have what is wanted to trade or trade doesn't occur.
You force me to get what you want for you while denying me what you have that I need.
If that is my 23rd pair of shoes, well, that is one thing, but if that is supper, or shelter from the rain, then that is another, different, thing.

Crapitalism isn't voluntary, if it was the shareholders/boss wouldn't be getting such a big cut of the pie.
After all it is the truck loader that is indispensable, not the shareholder.

No one is keeping you from going out and earning your supper/shelter from the rain. Quit being a whiny little bitch and get a job.