Capitalism Is Holding Us Back: The Stars Should Be Ours

Each year brings more advances in science that shed light upon how much capitalism is retarding the development of the human race and acting as a chain on our potential. The god particle was discovered. A substance that repels water was discovered. Water was found in the polar regions of Mercury. Yup, Mercury has Polar Regions.

The whole universe beckons to us. The stars would be ours already if it were not for the limits that profit places on human development. Marx said that war is like taking all of the productive capabilities of a society and then dumping it in the ocean. We have the technology today due to advances in Nano technology to begin to build mining operations in space, to begin constructing things that seem far out and fanciful — like a moon bridge or space elevator.

Instead, the capitalists are more concerned with funding terrorism in Syria (either the butcher Al Assad or Al Qaeda); assaulting our ozone and environment with the Keystone pipeline; destroying the working class’ access to quality education by the Troika in Greece or Obama’s Race to the Top in the US; or outright murdering us as factories kill us by the thousands in Cambodia and Bangladesh. The need for capitalism to increase the profitability of capital through maximum exploitation of humanity and the Earth is now plowing ahead with a full head of steam towards World War 3 and our possible annihilation instead of taking ourselves to the unlimited resources that we could have from the Solar System around us.

Instead of designing and building floating cities in Venus, we’re designing weapons to destroy cities and kill innocent workers. Instead of building massive coral reefs as a counterbalance to Global warming, Obama and company are getting ready to build a pipeline that will wreck environmental havoc on our world, as if superstorms like Hurricane Sandy are not enough. What was once only dreamed of in science fiction is quickly becoming scientific fact, yet our ruling masters would rather kill each other, and get us to kill each other in their interests, rather than allow us to achieve our historical moment.

The revolution just can not come soon enough for us to throw off the yoke of their exploitation driving us to slave for our annihilation. These parasites, the capitalist bosses, inhuman garbage that they are, need to be thrown off of the proletariat’s back. A world that is sustainable, green, healing, feeding us and clothing us all, meeting the needs of all, can only be built by a Communist Revolution led by the Progressive Labor Party. Our advanced line of fighting directly for Communism, a society based on meeting the needs of the working class by our class struggling together, will break the shackles on our development. We will inherit the Earth and the stars, the ability for us to feed every human being 20 times over and educate every worker to be a leader, the death of exploitation, sexism, nationalism, ideology, and racism with the ascendancy of scientific thought based on the power of Dialectical Materialism.

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3 thoughts on “Capitalism Is Holding Us Back: The Stars Should Be Ours

  1. I agree. The “stars should be ours” but first we have to settle things here on Earth and that can only be done by communist revolution. Dialectical and historical materialism is the real world equivalent of Hari Seldon’s psychohistory (the first the volumes of Isaac Asimov’s FOUNDATION series) and provide the basis for the revolutionary resolution of the crises of capitalism. A small comment is in order about the “God” particle. I suspect that this is in reality a subatomic “catch all” to fill in a blanc in a poor theory. If two prehistoric people were chipping stone for hours near a stream they would eventually produce every kind of detritus. If you smash subatomic particles together long enough you will eventually produce every kind of subatomic detritus. For details on what dialectical materialism prescribes in the subatomic arena I reccomend my monography NEW PERSPECTIVES IN PHYSICS available in ebook form from Amazon Kindle Books for $2.99.

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    • The only difference between Seldon’s Psychohistory and Dialectical Materialism is that one is real. Asimov took the concept of being able to scientifically foretell history and went with it. Fair enough, but Marx uncovered and applied the essence of science to reality. The Stars will be our when we no longer have the constraints of profit after a Communist revolution to negate capitalism in all forms.

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  2. Again I quite agree. One further note: The imperialist theoritician Paul Krugman says it was Asimov’s FOUNDATION series that convinced him that sociocultural evolution could be reduced to science and mathematics. Interesting to note that both of us were inspired by the same writer and concept. It is too bad that Krugman missed the boat and missed the fact that Karl Marx had already done the real work of producing the science of sociocultural evolution. For a summary of Marx’s work I reccomend my own book THE ABC’S OF COMMUNISM, BOLSHEVISM 2013 at http://www.amazon.com Kindle Books. This is a 814 page book in ebook form for $2.99.

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