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Posted March 4, 2013
Capital is defined as such by the process of an owner of labor m
Capital is defined as such by the process of an owner of labor making more money out of money. The Planet's resources are finite - the crucial, cheap natural resources that Capital Accumulation ("growth", i.e. capitalist economic "stability) relies on, the most important being oil, cannot be exploited limitlessly. The Space on Earth
is itself limited, the foresting industry cannot serve as an endless field of accumulation, the fossil fuel industries (on which the whole modern capitalist economy runs) cannot provide as a profitable field of accumulation in the next decades as oil becomes harder to find, demand increases as the capitalist economies continue to blindly expand in the sought for necessarily higher profits. Today, global Agriculture produces enough food to feed 12 Billion humans with 2,700 kc a day, yet, 1 Billion humans are considered by the UN "permanently severely undernourished". Capitalism can NEVER be conscious of human needs, it serves CAPITAL and not LABOR, humans. Producing Wealth for the fulfillment of Human Needs is the other other system: Communism.
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Posted September 11, 2013
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