by Predmetsky Rosenborg
Marx advocated capitalism as a necessary prerequisite to socialism because it would destroy national solidarity as a means of setting the stage for international working class solidarity. As far back as Bakunin, you see him arguing that “communism” would consist of an avowedly marxist elite deciding they like capitalism after all and keeping the money for themselves.
Props to Scott De Warren for pointing this out earlier
The Capitalism vs Socialism vs Marxism axis is of course the antithesis of the european rule-of-law(no discretion) vs rule-by-legislation (contractual discretion) vs rule by command(authoritarian discretion) axis. Under european rule of law we produce nation states practicing rule of law that limit capitalism’s externalities. Under Jewish capitalism, we produced globalism that does not limit capitalisms externalities – but profits from it. Under jewish communism we produce globalism that does not limit internalities – it is purely despotic.
There are two questions. (a) the organization of decision making: rule of law (markets), legislation(markets and commons), or command(commons or extraction), (b) the use of proceeds: retention (reinvestment), commons production (reinvestment in commons), or redistribution (consumption and dysgenia)