The economic system that emerged out of the collision between cannibalism and parasitism. The predominantly white parasite of the Humanity species came to terms with its own laziness and incompetence by forcibly enlisting other variants of the same species to do all of its labour. As the white variant became fatter and greedier, myths around race and superiority were engineered in order to sustain and maintain this system. Many of the myths later collapsed, but slavery remained at large as the predominant economic system on planet Earth, taking many different incarnations that sought to replicate the exact same recipe of parasitic exploitation. Some of these incarnations were modern capitalism, finance, globalisation, consumerism and resource exhaustion. The combined action of these economic malignancies eventually led to the enslavement of the planet’s life support systems, resulting in the eventual breakdown and collapse of its climate machine.
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2 thoughts on “Slavery”
You hit the nail square on when money comes into the picture. All of these wretched systems came into being due to economic greed. Putting people into bondage, ripping up the earth, climate ignorance, etc. all done to make a healthy buck. I thought money was supposed to be the root of all evil, true?
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I think this article clearly reinforces George’s point.
People don’t jump out of windows unless the life behind them is worse than the jump.