- Capitalism and Alternatives -

Re-stacked prejudices

Posted by: borg ( Anarchy, Inc. ) on March 31, 1999 at 17:37:30:

In Reply to: Stackable False Capitalists posted by Quincunx on March 31, 1999 at 12:29:28:

: b: As more folks become owners of property, i.e. the population
: : increases and the wealth increases, your particular values
: : will be much harder to sell.

: Qx: How is it that more and more people are becoming owners of property ? Can you cite some demographics, statistics, etc?

It's easy to play with stats one way or the other.
I see you've made your own conclusions anyway. What
would be the point?

:In this marketplace of ideas that felse capitalists crave for you will have to show (*without corporate sources) how "wealth" increases and how you define wealth and "values". I wouldn't be surporised if it was the typically narrow definitions of Fibertarian fame.

You have prejudged. Further argument is a waste of time for
both of us.

You define your values. Then maybe I'll come to play.

: BTW: How can you not notice the contradictory nature of "Anarchy Inc."? Anarchy in it's Greek form means without heirarchy literally. To type out "Inc." is to add on to this word a designation for a form of organization that is inherently heirarchical. Corporations are not good for the planet and humanity.

Look for the paradox.

Chaos of the sort you're not expecting is coming and
she's pissed.

: b: This pitch is getting easier to sell every day.

[snip drivel]

: P.S.: Debunk this!

Yea, I've seen this.

Pretty, wavy lines...very attractive
to the intellectually deprived.

That's why I like it. I'm intellectually deprived.
You said so yourself.

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