We Don't Want Your Civil War
By Anthony J. Mountjoy | Mon, 13 Jun 2016 08:00:00 EST
Sending our children to die for unrealistic promises might feed the ego, but it's the rich who get paid while they bury the poor. Fighting can be noble but killing is at best necessary.
There is no redeeming value in there beyond blocking further harm, so to turn it into a business model by selling ancillary services might just be the worst thing we've created so far. Exploitation may seem profitable but it violates the basic rule that a good deal MUST benefit both sides.
The slavery of communism can lead to war profiteering as a false economic engine that does more harm than good. As product runs out the communist economic machine will seek fuel wherever it can find it, which means a war machine becomes inevitable.
So long as there is somewhere to invade, the same desperation that drove the vikings in the bleak winter will drive the twilight socialist. This is the fate of all who exploit rather than produce. An ignoble end after a life of usery and waste incapable of raising a civilization. Pointless.
Fuelled by blood, as long as their are young people willing to chase tail and old masterminds willing to sacrifice them, we will have markets of this kind. The first man to die is the one who claims peace will last forever. Our politics start wars, our businesses are in a regulation war right now. Across Canada, capitalists have been losing the taste for enterprise crowded out by controlled commerce favouring political authority.
Yet take heart, my friends, the law of Compensation will not be denied forever and the entrepreneur will return in the darkest hour to lead us to prosperity. Trust in capitalism. It has always won the day if not every battle. Like science it get results by dependending on physical principles. It's reliable like a rock.
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