And you truly believe your gibberish based on what?<quoted text>
Capitalism requires the sale of one's labor and the freedom to do so, within whichever field one finds employment. It also requires the concept of the ownership of private property. This violates any social contracts whatsoever, and it is why capitalism only came to be after the Enclosure of the middle ages. So, as usual, you're wrong. Thanks for playing.
Does your field of historical view extend only to the Middle Ages and not before?
And even at that, you don't think Capitalism thrived during the Middle Ages?
There has been capitalist-based trade going on in the world since before the Phoenicians in 1500 BC!
What warped text of history do you consult, or is it just you that is warped?