First as Tragedy, Then as Farce

It is immoral to use private property in order to alleviate the horrible issues that result from the institution of private property.

More dryboard philosophy. Part of me wants to agree with this, but something is off. Of course, I have a stray cat that has made my lap home and is purring up a storm, so it’s a little hard to concentrate…and so on.

5 thoughts on “First as Tragedy, Then as Farce

  1. I get what he’s saying, too. But until someone can come up with a viable alternative to capitalism, trying to make it more humane is the only real option. What he stops just short of saying is that if we let people feel the real misery of the system, they rise up and overthrow the system. But without a clear-cut plan, the new system is almost guaranteed to be worse than the old one.

    1. This, and I think the last guy talked about how we are reaching the end of the current capitalistic paradigm. And while I have NO idea what that is, I don’t think that they have an idea for what the next one should be. And so on.

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