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May 20 2018


March 15 2018

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Here is a photo of a young Stephen Hawking (with the canes) in London marching against the war in Vietnam in 1969.

More than 30 years later he spoke out fervently against the war in Iraq. He also joined the BDS movement against Israel, calling the situation “like that in South Africa before 1990. It cannot continue.”

He wasn’t just one of the most brilliant minds of our times, he was also someone with a social conscience and critical of capitalism, saying:

“If machines produce everything we need, the outcome will depend on how things are distributed. Everyone can enjoy a life of luxurious leisure if the machine-produced wealth is shared, or most people can end up miserably poor if the machine-owners successfully lobby against wealth redistribution. So far, the trend seems to be toward the second option, with technology driving ever-increasing inequality.”

Rest in power, Stephen Hawking.

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June 15 2015


May 15 2015


“The healthcare business is probably the most distressing example of what happens when we ‘let the market decide.’ Health care for profit means delivering the least amount of health care service for the maximum amount of money.” — Paul D'Amato (via cartoonpolitics)

Reposted byin-god-we-trust in-god-we-trust

February 27 2015

Capitalism is created through racism, exclusion and genocide. If Europe hadn’t conquered, colonized, Africa and the Americas, it wouldn’t have had the means of payment and the raw materials to make the Industrial Revolution. If they hadn’t perpetrated the African genocide, they wouldn’t have developed the insurance industry, and other things which promoted the first accumulation of capital in the UK. In consequence [capitalism] is the son of genocide, without any doubt.
— Dr. Raúl Zaffaroni - Argentine Supreme Court Judge (via God's Consolation Prize)
Tags: Capitalism
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February 20 2015


13 things that cannot happen under capitalism

from newwavenova.tumblr.com (via thereisnogod):

  1. Full employment
  2. The end of poverty
  3. World peace
  4. Decolonization
  5. Full equality of all social classes
  6. A lastingly stable economy
  7. Abolition/effective reformation of prisons/schools
  8. Ethical consumption
  9. Permacultural and fair global food system
  10. Retirement of all senior citizens
  11. Functional anarchy (looking at you, an-caps)
  12. Free association
  13. Direct democracy
Tags: Capitalism

February 08 2015

capitalism in 2015: people have replaced the concept of ‘personality’ with ‘brand’
marxvx (via God's Consolation Prize)
Tags: Capitalism
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October 14 2014

when people say that raising the minimum wage will hurt workers because of layoffs or inflation they’re really just admitting that capitalism is structurally unable to provide an adequate standard of living for the working class
marxvx (via Ⓐnarcho Queer)

May 21 2014

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May 19 2014

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May 14 2014


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