- Capitalism and Alternatives -

Its not advocated, its the consequence

Posted by: Gee ( si ) on May 04, 1999 at 17:49:22:

In Reply to: You agree with me agreeing with you? well, I agree. posted by Red Deathy on May 04, 1999 at 16:37:52:

:: Yes, where equality demands that some people produce for others on an involuntary basis there is no individual sovereignty.

: And whoever advocated that on this board?

It doesnt have to advocated. If a man produces x crops by his effort and those crops divided up by a popular vote, the result of which the farmer disagrees with, then it is the consequence. he is onver the barrel of populism. If he produces its taken, if he doesnt - they all suffer. (it does show who depends on whom though)

: What about me v. the world? My collective self


'Us' against those who would coercively enslave 'us' part-time or full time for purposes 'we' may not agree with.

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