On Human Capital.
Human Capital creates new wealth;
Human Dependency consumes it.
Vic Biorseth, OWM; Tuesday, February 11, 2014
This is all old ground; we've been over it before. In the Secular Agenda, among other places, we talked about the differences between the independent man and the dependent man. It's all about those old yet still critical natural rights, endowed by God, enshrined in our American Declaration of Independence:
Equal standing of all men before the law;
- Pursuit of Happiness.
Pursuit of Happiness means, when you boil it all down, the right to private property. It means that a man can prosper from his own industry, keep the produce of his
own work, make more than he needs, save a penny, and possess it. That is wealth.
Fraudulent Marxist ideology openly opposes this fact; I call it a fact rather than a principle, because I see it as an absolute objective truth. Marxism, at its core, opposes private property, which is to say, it opposes wealth. The reason I call Marxism fraudulent is that is is, and has been from its beginnings, a fraudulent ideology. We described it in the Refuting Marx webpage. It is a sly and deceptive opposition to truth intended to fool people.
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