Sink The Rich!

This week, we examine the contradictory notion of “Anarcho-Capitalism” and dismantle this illogical concept by illustrating current examples of why free markets have nothing to do with freedom. On the music break, San Diego-based MC Odessa Kane with “GPT.”

We wrap things up with the bleak economic outlook for the coming year and our very clever solution to fix this capitalist clusterfuck.

This week, we stole footage from “The Meaning of Life,” “Monty Python,” “The Big Short,” “Margin Call,” and “Titanic,” to name a few.

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5 thoughts on “Sink The Rich!”

  1. All we got to do is keep working and stop paying, that short circuits the entire crapitalist system.

    We still get all the crap but it’s free.

  2. Dear Stimulator

    You are light in the darkness my friend. Your material is always informative and on point. (Also, your position on anarcho-capitalism makes you all the more ace!) Respect.

  3. For anyone who thinks “profit” is evil, I have a challenge for you: try NOT to get any profit in the next week. Profit simply means increasing how much valuable stuff you have, and if you don’t profit, you die. Literally. For example, don’t buy any food for a week, because when you buy food (or anything), it’s because you value the food MORE than you value the money you trade for it. If you didn’t, you wouldn’t make the trade. So you PROFIT (and so does the seller) every time you buy something. And every time you sell something, or work for money, etc. So before condemning “profit” (or “greed” or “selfishness,” for that matter), see if you can survive without it. Then stop repeating vague collectivist BS, and learn to distinguish between “win/win” events (voluntary exchange) where BOTH sides profit, and “win/lose” events, where one side benefits by harming the other side. By the way, “government” is ALWAYS the latter.

    – Larken Rose

  4. Sure we can engage in endless semantic games, but it’s pretty fuckin obvious what we are talking about is accumulation of wealth and power, and you seem smart enough to know the difference.

  5. Anarchist n °0067358923700064

    The difference is voluntary intraction.
    What people call capitalism now days is government intervention, socialism, thats how corporations escape all liability and use te power of the state to change the law to control the market.Otherways the couldn’t make ridiculous amounts of money.
    But I don’t care how much somone make if is by voluntary means.The alternative is involuntarism,collectivism, and other euphemisms for slavery.

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