3.1 Political Economic Systems

This is the second article written as the result of the discoveries made during the study of Socialism.  It focuses on the Political Economic Systems of Capitalism and Socialism.

Socialism is a political economic system rather than a pure economic system.   Capitalism, Capital Destroying Capitalism, is a political economic system as well.  Capitalism depends upon a Socialistic political state for its survival.  Capital destroying Capitalism requires a Socialistic government in place to enforce the rule of Capitalism.  The use of the Socialistic Policing system as well as the Socialistic Military Industrial System is used to enforce the rule of Capitalism. Capitalism isn’t unto itself separate from Socialism.  It is also a type of Socialism. 

There is government involvement in making a society acceptable to a system of Capitalism.  Capitalism; where vast sums of wealth are redistributed from the Producers to the few rich and powerful counter-producing individuals.  The Capitalists use the Socialist systems of Policing, Military, Judiciary, and Government to enforce their Capitalist system on the Producers.  The Producers create all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power that exists in a society and, or a nation.  In Capitalism and in Socialism, we find Producers working and laboring together in Social Groups creating all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power that exists.

The Railroad system is a Socialist and Capitalist political economic system. A United States Federal land grant of 129 million acres of land was granted to the Railroads between 1855 and 1871.  They could sell or pledge this land to Bond Holders. They used the land to finance the construction of more Railroads.  The States granted an addition 51 million acres of land to the Railroads.

The Railroad system is a Socialist and Capitalist political economic system. A United States Federal land grant of 129 million acres of land was granted to the Railroads between 1855 and 1871. They could sell or pledge this land to Bond Holders. They used the land to finance the construction of more Railroads. The States granted an addition 51 million acres of land to the Railroads.

For years throughout the existence of Capitalism, Capitalism has been a function of “Self” combined with the function of the Social Group.   Capitalism has always existed because of and in the shadow of Socialism.  Capitalism is inseparable from Socialism.  Socialist systems give the Capitalists the ability and power to exist and operate.

In traditional Capitalism, Self refers to a few individuals who control the power of the Governments.  All forms of Government are Socialist entities. The few rich and powerful individuals, “Self,” use the power of a Socialist Government to redistribute the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power from the Producers.  They concentrate the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power into the hands of the Capital Destroying Capitalist.  The Capital Destroying Capitalists depend on the Group of Producers.  The Group of Producers creates all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power.  They perform this creation while interfacing with each other using labor and work.  The Capitalist believes the “Self” of the few powerful individuals are all there is.  The few powerful individuals “Self” concentrate the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power Created by the Producers.  They concentrate it into their hands while using the socialist systems of monopolies, policing, military and forms of government.

Where Capitalism is about the “Self” depending on the group for its money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power, the Socialist depends on the individual for its existence.  Socialism has, down through the ages, been a function of the Group combined with the function of “Self.”  Socialism has always existed because of and in the shadow of “Self,” the basic drive or thrust of Capitalism.   Individual Producers working together in social groups create all the money, value, energy, wealth, capital and power existing in an organization, society, nation and mankind.

Producer Rewarded Open Market Economics
The Science of Economics
By RP Obrigewitsch

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Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 Producer Rewarded Economics

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