Greywarden > Capitalism VS Socialism VS Corporations. 1. Capitalism simply means the p
Greywarden > Capitalism VS Socialism VS Corporations.
Capitalism simply means the private Control and Ownership of the means of productions.
Socialism means the State Ownership or Control of the means of production.
Corporations are a group of people Authorized by the State to Act as a single entity. Corporations are organs of the state. They are syndicates! They are not private.
Greywarden > Understanding the above definitions is of vital importance to eradicate all misconceptions that exist. I do not care what some dork says on the internet nor on wikipedia. These are the definitons and no matter how much the Marxist try to hop and skip their way around this fact it will be to no avail and they will not go away.
Greywarden > Now that this is clear. How are giant Corporations part of Capitalism when they are Organs of the State? Capitalism is the private ownership and control of the means of production. If it is state owned or State Controlled it is not Capitalism, It is Socialism.
Greywarden > See, people understand all of this backwards because that is what the Marxist Socialist professors have been saying. Capitalism is for the little guy and it is anti-corporation and anti-state. Black Markets for example are Capitalist because they are privately owned and aren't controlled by the State. It is not Socialism that is for the private individual and the little guy. Capitalism is!
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Capitalism simply means the p](https://somee.social/posts/704054)
Thanks for the clarity
Well explained now I see your point.
My review of Ludwig von Mises' book, The Anti-Capitalistic Mentality. I published that review in 2014; since then, I always incorporate its insights into our discussion of one subject in our curriculum, Church and Society.