Property is Theft. Prodhouns political equation the first one I shall deal with.

 There are others... coming

Variations

 

Property is theft
Taxes as theft

theft as property (of socialism)
Discuss
theft as theft
 property as property
The ubiquitous tautology approach
Proudhoun as property- did he have royalties ad hominem not a defeat but a logic fallacy to ... nevertheless interesting to ask
the property/ies of proudhoun; anarchism as theft (of use value via destruction; ie no one else can thieve it or own it care for it or maintain it)

theft is property more attempted to be 'accumulative- in a purer form than capital or landlordism or ownership... etc'

Comparisons

Communism as theft

Democracy as theft

Monarchy as theft etc...

 

Contradictions

Poverty as theft, theft as theft (thieves steal from other thieves so/yet the thieving 'community loses out overall result= not encouraging... but thieves...incorrigible thieves...still do it; ie not laziness but the DRAMATIC if temporary acquisition of goods; an illusion if as a way to run society; of thieves?') The lazy would inherit anything/everything...probably just any old thing as in communism; notorious bad products.

IE Keynes versus Bastiat?

 

 

 

 

 

Masculist Book recommendations

These are the books this whole site references for its authority
Everything stated here is backed up by one or other of books like these.
However I consider their 'interpretations' weak and their recommendations for ACTION- in the light of population, economic, political and massive government funding biases to be highly regretable at best. For instance their recommendations are small in scale or dismissively 'ironic' as if we were talking about some tiny 'bad joke' incident.
The ramifications as to the survival of Western Civilization is really what at stake- and thus the deeper ironies run in precisely the opposite direction; how will feminism survive if it successfully destroys the so called capitalist/patriarchy/deep state structures on which it so seriously depends?

 

 

 

 

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