vrijdag 9 maart 2012

Capitalism: a catastrophic system

The economic system of Capitalism knows a "borderless" principle. It subordinates the rights of people, animals and nations to the market. Capitalism considers the people to be nothing else than a localized accumulation of human resources. If there is a shortage of human labour in a particular country, region or continent, the Capitalist system tries to remedy this by getting a workforce from abroad and by placing them between the indigenous people. As a consequence this leads to a brain drain in the region where the workers come from. It also causes a degradation of the independence and demographics of the indigenous people that live in the country the workers migrate to. By placing foreign populations in regions where originally another people lives, Capitalism creates cultural tensions and unsustainable situations.

The Market

The Capitalist market destroys small companies and crafts. Regional products and local dishes are replaced by cheap, unhealthy mass production and fast food. The middle class that is also afflicted by Capitalism forms a more stable economic factor than a Multinational, which will simply delocate its production to low-wage countries. The small company is also a more stable employer then a Multinational, because they have smaller differences in profit and profit forecast than the big companies which depend on huge orders.

Globalism

Globalism, the by-product of Capitalism, aims to create "mondial values" that are not bound to specific regions, their slogan is "one world, one culture". It subordinates regional and national governments to international organisations and institutes such as the NATO, IMF, G8 and the EU. Regional and national customs and traditions are being destroyed if they don't serve the international interests.

Economic Liberalism

Capitalism is the product of the political ideology of Liberalism. Liberalism also claims to be "universal". Liberalism as well as Capitalism replaces the right of peoples and nations for self determination by individualist rights that lead to licentiousness and egoism. Because Liberalism and Capitalism are basically the same, any Nationalist ideology that claims to be one of both is a contradiction.

The most important characteristics are:

The role of the market - the "liberation" of all restraints on private enterprises, no matter how many social injustice and misery this causes. More international trade and international investments, thus more globalism. The decrease of wages by taking away the power and rights of the working class. No set prices, and unrestricted freedom of movement for capital, goods and services. The working class becomes the victim of the enriching practices of the small elite; the Capitalist class.

Deregulation - the abolishment of government intervention on all spheres that affect the Capitalist profits. Including if it comes to the protection of the environment and the safeguarding of jobs. On the other hand for the normal civilian more repressive laws are introduced in favour of international Capitalism.

Privatisation - the sale of government agencies, goods and services to the private sector. This applies to banks, strategic industrial companies, railways, utility companies, schools, hospitals and even drinking water. It erodes the peoples self determination and excludes them.

Conclusion

All over the world Capitalism is imposed by mighty financial institutions such as the IMF and the Worldbank. A small minority of the populations wins by Capitalism, but for the vast majority this means more misery than before and a severe deterioration of their living standard.

Therefore we fight for an honest and just system that is not imposed by the interests of several parasitic Capitalists, but a system that is the representation of the people and the nation, and which exists in favour of all the workers who help to produce the Capital.

Source: Vrije Nationalisten Noord-Brabant / Netwerk Nationale Socialisten

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