Was Capitalism Designed To Create Inequality Within Working Classes?

We must stop turning inanimate concepts animate to bolster their supposition.

Capitalism is not a system; it is, at best, a symptom. A way of rewarding the value of trust in return for goods and services delivered.

Capitalism is not a system because it does not subscribe to what the design of a system would look like a pursuit of individual freedoms curtailed by paradoxical rules to protect the collective interest in the system.

Go ahead, challenge me if you disagree, and answer: What are the paradoxical rules of capitalism to protect its stated purpose?

There is no stated purpose, and there are no paradoxical rules to hold capitalism to account — the reason why any inference to the supposed excellence of capitalism is hollow.

It’s like debating whether you think pasta or pizza is better for you, both containing water. And because they contain water, implying those dishes are good for us. All transactions in the world use capitalism in compliance with the above definition; the use of such capitalism does not determine the excellence of trust in the transactions in question.

We must stop turning inanimate concepts animate to bolster their suppositions. Instead, we must reinvent the operating-systems for humanity to remove this popular mumbo jumbo and its false expectations out of our lives for good.

A long way to a short answer: no.

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