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Keith Woods Why Capitalism Will Fail

Seánie McRant

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There is no human existence without capitalism.

The problems outlined in this presentation are largely the result of our abuse of capital (both real and monetary) for the last 120 years. We expanded our "wealth" exponentially but that wealth metastasised under the fake financial systems that we put in place. Money ceased to be a means of communicating real value transfer because the money system became a vehicle for subterfuge.

The fake money system started to create false signals which amplified over time. What we experience today that we call "capitalism" barely resembles what it was 120 years ago. What you're talking about is a mutant borne of centrally controlled capital whether through banking or government control.

We've done it all before: Feudalism, Monarchy, Communism, Fascism, now Globalism. Do we really need to repeat the same mistakes again?

Yes we are going through a decline, and it will be very painful. But every time we go through a massive decline we detach from reason- Understandable but not excusable. Reason is our only tool, our only weapon to fight against chaos. Capital and ownership are the basic building blocks we've always used throughout history to organise our environments, even, ironically, under Communism/ Socialism. Capitalism is how we're able to transact with people we don't know or have ever met. It's how we organise much of our worldly relationships.

Abandon this- Then what? What's your solution?

Real capitalism allows for failure and reconstruction. Attempt by governments to see into the future and somehow anticipate needs of population before they occur is madness on a colossal scale. Governments pretend to be able to do this, and we believe their lies. That's why we keep electing completely incompetent fools to "lead" us in a system that doesn't and cannot work in perpetuity.

Unsustainable population growth, if indeed it is real, is naturally an offshoot of the monster that the fake financial system has created. It's a system that demands constant unsustainable growth. Conflating this with capitalism is a deadly mistake.

Abandon globalism, sure. Abandon shallow consumerism absolutely. Abandon/ wind down the rotten putrid fake financial systems.

But abandon the notion of "capitalism" and we die. It's that simple. Let's not run away from our problems by running towards another fake "solution".
 

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The problems outlined in this presentation are largely the result of our abuse of capital (both real and monetary) for the last 120 years. We expanded our "wealth" exponentially but that wealth metastasised under the fake financial systems that we put in place. Money ceased to be a means of communicating real value transfer because the money system became a vehicle for subterfuge.

The fake money system started to create false signals which amplified over time. What we experience today that we call "capitalism" barely resembles what it was 120 years ago. What you're talking about is a mutant borne of centrally controlled capital whether through banking or government control.
Money was causing problems a long time before Capitalism. The problem with money is that it encourages and multiplies debt - in a way that barter simply couldn't. And men and women in debt do horrific things to get money to pay those debts.
 

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But abandon the notion of "capitalism" and we die. It's that simple. Let's not run away from our problems by running towards another fake "solution".
What you're calling "capitalism" has never actually existed - and I don't think it ever will. Indeed, we seem to be going in the opposite direction. Some sort of hybrid between Communism and Global Finance Capitalism (which I'm not happy about btw.)
 

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Why capitalism will fail.
If anything is going to fail, it won't be capitalism.

In 1913 President Woodrow Wilson was tricked by a Cabal of Jewish financiers into enacting legislation that created the Federal Reserve Bank of America. This formed a central Bank, which is not actually Federal because it's 'owned' and controlled privately. Possibly by the Rothschild Cabal.

Considering the petro-dollar is the world's reserve currency, the FED is in Jewish hands and Jewish culture is matriarchal, there was obviously no oppressive patriarchy that justified the crime against humanity known as the Battle of the Sexes.

Plutocracy rewards obedience and psychopathy, where as capitalism rewards merit and higher values. That's a key reason why thing's are going so wrong in our world, so it's not toxic masculinity we should be worrying about.

If this is such an oppressively Patriarchal world and women are so intelligent, compassionate, communicative and empowered, how come feminism / lesbianism didn't demand 9/11 truth to stop the phony War on Terror, the carnage in the Middle East and the influx of manufactured refugees being forced on western countries?!

If there is to be a so called New World Order, it will not be new at all. Instead of being an ancient and occult matriarchal order, it will gradually become an overt one.

Born of the lust for totalitarian power over men and built on the backs of the suffering of countless innocent, men, women, children and tiny little babies, it will all conveniently be blamed on the 'evils' of men forevermore.

(btw, the world has not reached its carrying capacity. With a less psychopathic fiat system of plutocratic power and profit over humanitarian principles, the world could sustain anything up to 35 billion people)
 
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Of the 195 countries in the world today, capitalism has only ever "worked" in about 20 of them. The fact is that if you didn't get in on the colonial rape during the 18th and 19th centuries, it's highly unlikely that capitalism is ever going to work for you. It might be objected that Japan and South Korea didn't have colonies in the 19th century, but their industrial economies were built on National Socialist economics, not capitalism. When capitalism was forced on Japan by the World Bank in the 1990s, i.e. by the US Régime, its economy collapsed and has never really recovered. South Korea is a total basket case with the lowest fertility rate in the world. Capitalism has literally exterminated South Korea.
 

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Capitalism will survive.

And thank God on bended knee for this.

You like a system ruled by fear and greed?
 
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