Is Capitalism MILITANT??
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Capricorn Black

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#1 Oct 31, 2012
The moon is in Taurus,the house of money. The Pleiades in Taurus sets (touches the horizon, attains 0º Altitude) at the Giza Pyramids as George Washington took the oath of office. And like the Washington Inauguration, the Buttonwood Agreement which started the New york stock exchange was commenced at high noon on May 17, 1792, with the knowledge of New York's geodetic connection to Giza pyramids via the secret knowledge of the Freemasons. This also explains rather the origins of the slang terminology for a market that is increasing in value...the "bull market," which is in reference to Taurus the bull.
Geodescy and Cardinal Points link New York City to the Great Pyramid of Egypt .

There are many of the school of thought that believe that Capitalism is a militant and genocidal ideology created by europeans. In a world dictated by cause and effect,what do you think will bbe the outcome?
Your thoughts.

Capricorn Black

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#2 Oct 31, 2012
The sun is also opposite the Taurus moon in Scorpio. Scorpio rules other people's money,wills,taxes, and death. Taurus makes the money,while scorpio takes it,sometimes through illegal means. Scorpio rules the underworld,organized crime etc



“Give me control of the economics of a country; and I care not who makes her laws. The few who understand the system, will either be so interested from its profits or so dependant on its favors, that there will be no opposition from that class”.~ Amsel (Amschel) Bauer Mayer Rothschild, 1838 (Rothschild oligarchy behind the FED)

“Money Changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance.”- James Madison, 4 th U.S. President, and Chief Architect of the Constitution

They say the real drug kingpins are on Wall Street .In March 2010, Wachovia was found guilty of having laundered at least $378 billion in drug money from 2004-2007 for Mexican drug cartels. But not one banker served a day in jail.

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#3 Oct 31, 2012
This quote right here says what I feel about capitalism!

"Under capitalism, man exploits man. Under communism, it's just the opposite."
John Kenneth Galbraith

Capricorn Black

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#4 Oct 31, 2012
The 9/11 attacks also involved taurus. When the Twin towers were hit,the moon was just leaving Taurus,by the time they hit ground 0 it entered Gemini. Gemini's ruling planet is mercury the God of trade and commerce. And also known as the "prince of theives",as they often cleverly get away with crimes. G. Bush was a Gemini,many think he was behind it.

http://m.youtube.com/watch...

Cash rules everything around us it seems,

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#5 Oct 31, 2012
sassyntrashy wrote:
This quote right here says what I feel about capitalism!
"Under capitalism, man exploits man. Under communism, it's just the opposite."
John Kenneth Galbraith
Interesting. Though communismhas its major flaws as well.

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#6 Oct 31, 2012
Capricorns instinctively know where the power and authority lies. Its not standing in freezing lines voting.

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#7 Oct 31, 2012
When Alcynoe,the pleiades brightest star is rising over Giza,its setting over New York City.

"politics is the art of making the people believe they have power,when in fact they have none"-Mumia Abu-Jamal "The one eye is king in the land of the blind"
Barros Serrano

United States

#8 Oct 31, 2012
Capricorn Black wrote:
<quoted text>Interesting. Though communismhas its major flaws as well.
You missed the joke, ese.

It's the other way around... under capitalism man exploits man, under communism, man exploits man! Get it? That joke was popular in Poland in the 1990's.

So, Communism Soviet-style didn't solve anything. The problem is deeper than “Europeans inventing capitalism”, and therefore was not solved by a European solution (Marxist-Leninism) which did not address the deeper issues.

What I'm getting at is that the perversion of human society began 5000 years ago, with the rise of patriarchal imperialism. It would seem that this developed among Indoeuropean (Aryan) and Semitic speakers mostly, as they are the ones who spread it, but it has appeared in many places not connected to them (i.e., China, Mexico).

Anthropologist Marija Gimbutas observed that before the arrival of the steppe Aryans, the civilizations of Europe were matriarchal, egalitarian, lacking debased status of women, slavery, exploited and oppressed classes, etc. This changes radically as the Aryans move in.

A very deep understanding of what is wrong with our modern cultures is necessary to understand that the solution goes beyond political ideologies and reformism---a serious deconstructing of our most basic sociocultural assumptions is needed.

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#9 Oct 31, 2012
Capricorn Black wrote:
<quoted text>Interesting. Though communismhas its major flaws as well.
The joke implies that they are one in the same. But for me I prefer capitalism all day every day.

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#10 Oct 31, 2012
So here we are as a nation,in a place in our history where its "4th down and inches".Will we keep running that same old play,knowing the defense is going to sack you for a loss of yards? Or will you use that gadget play you've been practicing all week,and haven't used it during the game?
Do you want to win,or are you happy just simply playing the "game"?

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#11 Oct 31, 2012
sassyntrashy wrote:
<quoted text>The joke implies that they are one in the same. But for me I prefer capitalism all day every day.
So prefer being a slave all day every day?
nomad

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#12 Oct 31, 2012
The only people that prefer communism are those that have never lived under it. Ask a Cuban in Miami or an eastern European.
Ask an excapee from Hugo chavezville.
You tell them how great marxisom is got them to fight

Is capitalism perfect far from it its weakness is it can't spred the wealth to everyone .communisms weakness is it can and does spred the poverty to everyone Winston churchhill .communism is the creed of envy and class warfare sound fermilure.

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#13 Oct 31, 2012
Capricorn Black wrote:
<quoted text>So prefer being a slave all day every day?
How am I a slave when anybody can get rich here in America.
Cap Black

United States

#14 Oct 31, 2012
The moons north node entered scorpio and its south node in Taurus last month. For the next 17 months or so,the area of life Taurus south node transits is an area we are most afraid to change, but where we may be “paying too much” for our personal security.

The shadow of Taurus is keeping everything so stable and predictable that nothing gets to truly transform(which is scorpio's work on the opposite end), and one becomes over concerned with financial stability, and a dangerous conservatism born of financial, sexual and personal insecurity. Imagine a person so concerned with being happy in their partnership that nothing ever gets honestly addressed? This seems to be the case when dealing with the issues of our everyday lives.

Now on the opposite end the house Scorpio north node transits asks us to leap into the fire, to totally let go of what is no longer true for us, and to reinvent our self in an area of life. Always, the South Node is a path of least resistance and its rewards are emty,but always much easier to stick with.

Think over that.

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#15 Oct 31, 2012
It is my belief that capitalism would work fine if there wasn't so much greed destroying it.
Barros Serrano

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#16 Oct 31, 2012
Simple mercantilism, trade, enterprise, that isn't the problem. This corporate notion of using profit to accumulate sufficient wealth to control society, maintain workers as a resource to be manipulated, and so on, this is the problem.

Jefferson's free “nation of smallholders” is not what we have here. We have corporate fiefdom, really. You can call our system “capitalist”(a term coined by Marx, ironically), but I call it “neo-feudalist”.
TheOriginalDoby

San Francisco, CA

#17 Oct 31, 2012
I have a very specific quote about capitalism. However, its been quoted many times all over the internet and in print, thus it would reveal my real name.

So, I will simply say this;

There are certain essentials that should NOT be for profit. The rest is fair game.

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#18 Oct 31, 2012
TheOriginalDoby wrote:
I have a very specific quote about capitalism. However, its been quoted many times all over the internet and in print, thus it would reveal my real name.
So, I will simply say this;
There are certain essentials that should NOT be for profit. The rest is fair game.
The gree aspect will still need to be addressed because ALL of the money quickly makes it back to the 1% and the rest is with little or nothing in many cases. The money does not recirculate enough.
Cap Black

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#19 Oct 31, 2012
It is said this day of so-called Holloween is to honor the day of the dead.

Malcolm X(R.I.P)a Taurus himself had a powerfull message

http://m.youtube.com/watch...
TheOriginalDoby

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#20 Oct 31, 2012
Don5163 wrote:
<quoted text>The gree aspect will still need to be addressed because ALL of the money quickly makes it back to the 1% and the rest is with little or nothing in many cases. The money does not recirculate enough.
Barring the essentials, I’m not sure it necessarily “has” to recirculate. There is truth in saying that chance favors the risk takers. If one is willing to put it on the line and create a business, they deserve the fruits of their labor.

However, I also take issue with the wealth disparity. Exploitation should not be a part of business owners fulfilling their dreams. The gap between the execs and actual workers/producers has never been higher and I’m convinced it will soon cause collapse. People will not allow themselves to be played, and finance someone else’s dream for long. The Occupy movement will resurge I believe but bigger and possibly uglier this time.

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