Matthew Conrad

May 15, 1986 - Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski

debit capitalism

cultural marxism - whatever that implies when
facing cultural darwinism and cultural capitalism"
gambling had to come about from
%... that odd multiplier of something
sentenced to be non-divisible...
credit capitalism: debt and usury...
debit capitalism... what a foreign concept...
would debit capitalism ever allow gambling?
credit capitalism sure as hell does...
i'm not economist... but the simpler the motto...
the more evident the clarity of consequences...
to consecrate upon the altar
of debit (capitalism) is to have: capital...
but to concesrate upon the altar
of credit (capitalism) is to have:
oh... what's that phrase... a national debt?
everyone is in debt these days...
no one in this current system is orientated
from the focal point of debit...
each on a credit margin...
capitalism from a solely debit focus
makes sense...
this current credit usury mongrel?
that's why the islamic world is so,
so fucking tempting...
they do not entertain the notion that
an imaginary "thing" can multiply itself
within the base of itself...
even cancer requires cells
of an isnomer ontology to conquer...
money behaves like the arch king rampant
and multiplies against itself...
if the concept of debit was truly alive
under capitalism...
if only it were...
but capitalism abhors
debit... it craves credit...
it wants you to fuel the sort of life
you do not actually own or could ever...
to live by debit...
to live by debit...
i'm too dumb to further this...
i do not require the illusion...
i have, for the most part,
lived on debit...
capitalism despises debit...
capitalism is credit...
you are to spend more than you have...
and even if you spend more than you have...
you will die, and be recycled...
even if you die in fear of being in debt...
you will be credited post humously as having
allowed the square inch of a cotton field
to be ploughed in your name...
i've noticed... living on the debit frontline...
if i were the sort of consumer
that capitalism was looking for...
capitalism wouldn't survive as long as socialism
did exist...
cultural marxism does come
with some variant alternative:
probably cultural darwinism first...
but then the schism of
debit capitalism... frowned upon...
and... the ugliest of all:
credit capitalism and its offshoots
of gambling...
have people not learned to spend less
than they earn -
can it be possibly true...
that people spend more than they earn?
is it true, then?
people spend more than they earn,
rather than:
people earn less than they spend?
i guess people earn in both scenarios,
i also guess that people spend in both
scenarios...
i guess there would be no
capitalism in place... if everyone succombed
to a debit modus operandi...
with what to fuel,
the otherwise... unnecessary distractions?!
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