Archive for the 'capitalism vs. free enterprise' Category

7 February, 2021

Posted by Socrates in bankruptcy, big corporations vs. mom-and-pop, Big Finance, capitalism, capitalism vs. free enterprise, capitalist greed/exploitation, Ivor Benson, local vs. national, Socrates, supercapitalism at 12:28 pm | Permanent Link

First, some definitions are in order: 1. Free Enterprise: Mom and Pop running a corner grocery store, making just enough profit to live on. This is wholesome and good. 2. Supercapitalism/Finance-Capitalism (i.e., to “capitalize on” or to “get an advantage from”): millionaires/billionaires destroying all of the retail competition within a region or a country (and […]

27 November, 2020

Posted by Socrates in capitalism, capitalism vs. free enterprise, capitalist greed/exploitation, communism, Marxism, Socrates, supercapitalism at 3:57 pm | Permanent Link

“Contrary to what so many good people – out of sheer terror of ‘Communism’ – think, Capitalism is not ‘free enterprise,’ an incentive for success, ‘a chance for all.’ Capitalism is trusts, speculation, parasitical usury. Capitalism is J. P. Morgan, Rothschild’s bank, ripping apart the nations like maddened swine. Capitalism is the Jewish frying pan […]