[A-List] New Economy Bull
Annewilliamson at msn.com
Sat Dec 14 22:13:02 MST 2002
The super-effective armed fist belongs to the state - my very point. - A.
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From: "Macdonald Stainsby" <mstainsby at tao.ca>
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> From: "Annewilliamson" <Annewilliamson at msn.com>
> > Henry,
> > What are you saying? A moral argument? Well, certainly
> > there is one, but I wasn't referencing that.....I am
> > referring to utility.
> The more powerful one is physically, the more likely they are to have
> police, army and so forth are the modern class institutions that provide
> When a governing force privatises a public utility, it's because it is too
> effective as a public utility and not part of those who have all might and
> force. Force to maintain property relations are what work, and only what
> so long as private property is existent.
> The only way that a giant collective can be un-done, is by mass, brute
> (I.e., intervention) is areas such as Latin America. It is not true that
> best lands can be used for include giant fields full of coffee beans for
> America. THe most capable hands, given free reign, would be those who used
> land to feed the people right there who need it. That would require not
> suspernsion of economic law, but the defeat of the armed fist of the local
> elites. The economyt is never governed by utility is this world, so long
> is the hands of private prorietors.
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