Profit "Bubbles" are Unnatural Interruptions of Life-Sustaining Distribution Systems
by Peter Chamberlin l There are no Sunglasses
China, the hope of the global economy, is headed for a hard crash, as it experiences some of the hard truths about capitalism, in a series of economic bubbles that are set to pop.
The first big problem, which the following article deals with, is the economic crisis that will come about because of runaway pork spending for political gains. China must have been copying America’s mistakes “to a T,” as they built their own “bridges to nowhere” and multimillion dollar air hubs in politicians’ home districts, etc.
Runaway, uncontrolled capitalism and corporatism stifle real growth and strangle true innovations which would surely elevate the status of the people, if that was the real goal, instead of just the accumulation of “profit.” In the grand unraveling of global capitalism, it is inevitable that China will be taken down, just like everybody else.
Capitalism is a pestilence that threatens to annihilate a large portion of the human race.
For the human race to survive and prosper, it must evolve to a life beyond capitalism, but that is not possible when 99% of the people own virtually nothing and a mere 1% owns nearly everything. Under this arrangement, greed is allowed to interrupt the natural flow of the economy, by the act of hoarding or accumulating (whether that be cash or some other valuable resources).
In every country on the face of the earth, a very small minority makes growth of any kind impossible for the majority, because the majority passively allows it. Once the people realize that their power to live and to prosper has been taken from them, they understand who is responsible and act accordingly.
Usually, the day of reckoning for this abusive minority is quite violent. How hard they fight against human progress becomes the standard by which they are judged. If they have violently fought to deny their fellow man, then they will be violently fought against.
This system of allowing a handful of greedy men to separate the majority of the people from the most basic of needs, includes simple things like food and water, education, health care, homes and transportation. Capitalism is a system that denies the needs of the majority, by limiting the distribution of life-sustaining commodities, subjecting them to an unnatural economic standard, instead of simply sending goods, or allowing them to go where the needy await them. This is done for the sake of creating unnatural profit bubbles that are then harvested by a select few.
The marketplace exists to service needs. Interrupting that servicing of needs, by limiting the distribution of needed goods, is a crime against nature and the God of nature, since the provision of life-sustaining products is being limited to those lucky few who can “afford” the things that they need to live.
The artificial creation of economic bubbles is an unnatural process, designed to squeeze “profit” out of the economic system, in order to enrich the already wealthy even further at the expense of everyone else. Any body of people who tolerates this unnatural process are more like sheep than they are like free-thinking human beings. Instead of wasting our time languishing in “neutral,” while we wait for mercy from the “speculator” bubble-makers and the profit-taking bubble-bursters, we should be concerned about more natural human things, like worrying about what college our kids will attend, or which doctor will we trust to treat their medical needs. By allowing a handful of greedy men to prevent us from serving the needs of our families, we are failing our duties as “providers.”
When the duty of the family provider is to tear down the walls which separate his or her family members from the things that are vital to them, then failure to act (in unison with the rest of the majority) is a crime. When the all-powerful state is allowed to cobble together national controlled distribution systems that enable only the partial fulfillment of those needs (such as “Obamacare,” or Medicare), subjecting everything to the failing profit motive, it is interrupting the growth that God Himself has planned for every human being.
It is wrong to deny our families the things that they need by the standard of “what we can afford.” If we were real men and women, mothers and fathers, instead of good sheep, we would overturn this entire mess and set the bankers’ hair on fire.
Excuse my rant, but I am running out of time, and so are you.