Re: Capitalism and the State are mutually exclusive.
- Robin Crane WWP Invitee (patriot451@...) Bob & Lou "know" the OPPOSITE of legitimate scholarship and intelligent
thought. It's almost as if someone made a long, long list of the
scholarship of western thought, at least about government and economics,
then intentionally rewrote each finding to say the OPPOSITE, and then Bob &
Lou memorized it.
These folks can't POSSIBLY have a decent education! No university (except
maybe Oral Roberts, Regent, Liberty) teaches this kind of crap....and I
wonder if these religious pseudo-universities even go this far.
“If there is no struggle, there is no progress. This struggle may be a
moral one, or it may be a physical one, and it may be both moral and
physical, but it must be a struggle. Find out just what any people will
quietly submit to — and you have found out the exact measure of injustice
and wrong, which will be imposed upon them. . . . Power concedes nothing
without a demand. It never did and it never will.”
Frederick Douglass, August 3, 1857
Automatic Lie, a liberty loathing loony lowdown larcenous litigious little'ol LA living lying lightfooted liberal lawyer lacking legitimacy (AudioLaw@...) Bob Wynman:
I suppose the natural response to any pretense that a "Voluntary Society" will ever even be attempted (which would be bad business for those who profit from marketing the fantasy sermons and lectures), would be:
In the absence of the state, why would businessmen perceiving the opportunity not conspire amongst themselves to fix prices, fabricate "research" and "tests" to hype the purity and efficacy of their products, and all the other sorts of routine capitalist behaviors that go on even in state regulated economies?
Why would anyone pretend that if all restraints were taken away, businessmen would suddenly become honest, and fiercely competitive, when history shows that false advertising and anti-competitive consortia are ALWAYS more profitable?