Thinking at work : Who owns what?

9 days ago

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I pay rent every year for property I "own" in the form of taxes. If I fail to pay, of course they'll eventually seize it.

Actually, the government views all land as there's, that's why they can define usages, seize property for "the greater good", and now build a wall around it.

It just seem to me if they own the property, they define how its used, and the condition under which it should be maintained. Then shouldn't that mean they should be paying me for stewardship of their land?

Where should I send the bill?

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Haha, this is way deeper than my thoughts usually go. Very interesting though!

It's worse than that (at least here I live)
they milk us for what we earn, what we have and what we spend and on top of that they try to make us breed more to have more people to milk. I started to feel like livestock 🐮

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Where is that?

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Middle East - Iran

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The best pistachios I've ever had came from Iran. Oh how i pray for peace. I would love to visit Iran and other parts of the middle East.

Anywho, every elitist sees other people as cattle. You can hear it in the terms they use, and see it in the policies imposed.

Thanks for sharing

Capitalism bro

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How are you defining the word "capitalism"? The conditions seem more closely related to fascist socialism, as I understand the terms.

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Depending on how the taxes are being used, it usually benefits the person on top who is the capitalist.

At this point, it's not even about benefiting the masses anymore.

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As I understand it, Capitalism is the free exchange of goods or services. Perhaps your employing a different definition.

Taxation is theft. Anyone benefiting from taxation is receiving stolen property and is by definition NOT a capitalist but rather a criminal.

#taxationistheft