To begin, the focus of profit and self-interest, leads to the industrial revolution and technological advances that inevitably lead to the universal war of devastation due to the mass over production of consumed goods. The proletariat, being the laborer supporting the means of productions, though, not receiving a proper wage for their sacrifice of labor, is marginalized and alienated to only be worth the value of their “skilled labor”. Later, we will discuss how this alienation transforms the proletariat into slaves of the bourgeoisie class. The capitalist class profit off the means of production through private ownership. Their privatization of property, of goods produced, through the advantage of heightened awareness and educational privilege provides them the advantage to monopolize the economic market to over-power the unaware laboring proletariats. For example, Michael Moore uses his hometown of Flint Michigan to show how Corporate Businesses, like General Motors (GM), can narrow in on one main objective, profit.
Unbeknownst to the GM manufacturing plant workers, whose only means of worth is their “skilled labor”, the chief executive officer’s (CEO’s) and their VIP stakeholders chose to dismantle the entire infrastru...
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...on. The whole super incumbent strata work together to raise itself from slavery and protect itself from extinction. Communism abolishes private property giving way to wage-labor, a more fair and competitive measure for laborers.
Once upon a time, I dreamt that our prisons served as behavior management facilities and not like institutionalized monopolies to keep oppressed populations encaged like slaves. They were freed by politicians that communicated the beliefs of the united peoples concern for the value of the potential every human life makes on this planet. They believed in universal healthcare, shared wealth, free public education, the formation of wealth based on centralized credit in hands of the state and so forth. The power of the united political party served to save the world from the devastation of extinction that continues to haunt me in my dreams.
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