Capitalism and Communism Suffer From the Same Insanity.

One wants all things to be individually owned.

The other wants all to be collectively owned.

And neither of them see the obvious problem with that?

I do not adhere to a labour nor to a need-theory of property, rather a consequentialist-based property theory.

The most practical system, the one that would seem to offer the most efficient results, is one in which all things individually used are individually owned and all things collectively used are collectively owned.

It’s pretty straight forward people.

Further; workers are the ones who use the work-place faculties and would thus be the more proper owners.

Worker ownership of the means of the production is the very definition of Socialism.

Socialism is not some extreme left. It is the mid-way point between Communism and Capitalism.


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