Monday, May 24, 2010

When Gorky meeting Ayn Rand

When Gorky meeting Ayn Rand

Capitalism hath won as what the capitalists said so during the last days of the Cold war, seeing the Soviet Union, marred by revisionism disbanded and China being degenerated into a capitalist state due to the "reforms" that cater to the western taste, the followers of Ayn Rand thus spoke their message against the "moochers" and "thieves" like those of the left.

But then,
Unveiling their stupidity against the readers of Gorky and the rest of the red-influenced literati, the responded respond with these verses: "Moochers? Thieves? You are far greater than you called us, indeed we are thieves but you are exploiters of thy wealth and strength just to satisfy your gluttony! So who's the thief and the moocher?"
Then a young fool amongst the Ayn Rand people came and spoke words against the disciples of Gorky:
"Great things that i like about capitalism = can improve his/her living by hardwork!
2.people can own properties!
3.competency is glued! does great prospect for improving our country!
But his words respond with this:
"1.Hardwork through what? Chaining us in the sweatshop?
2. People owning properties including other ones forcibly?
3. Competency as if eternal? Improving and yet the country is poor?
4. Accepts human nature but degenerated into a commodity maker?"

The Ayn Rand worshiper couldn't speak much, then the left whom he despised then said:
"Look at your surroundings, the hungry, the sick, will you help them with your alienation? Venting off words like moochers and thieves amongst them without any cause? That they don't deserve what you deserve? I really notice how you treated them, and yet you alienate your own then bragging here in this third world country that competency is glued and does improving a country of thieves and moochers, or rather say a country whose elite is also a thieve!"
The words coming from the disciple of Gorky, of Marx are as if like stings pricking the Ayn Rand worshiper and thus the latter replied:
"Socialism is really a theory of economic theft and what it produces is poverty."
Only to reply this:
"Property is theft, especially to a society wherein greed is thy trait. Therefore your words are as empty as your reason-whose ambition is to create money as what your Ayn Rand hath said to you."
Then the former added, this time quoting Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged:
"So you think that money is the root of all evil? Have you ever asked what is the root of money? Money is a tool of exchange, which can't exist unless there are goods produced and men able to produce them. Money is the material shape of the principle that men who wish to deal with one another must deal by trade and give value for value. Money is not the tool of the moochers, who claim your product by tears or of the looters, who take it from you by force. Money is made possible only by the men who produce. Is this what you consider evil?"
And yet the latter responded, through the words Gorky said, followed by his own, then Ayn Rand, and again his own:
"Processing the human raw material is naturally more complicated than processing lumber... creating things in response to nature, all in the name of using it and enjoying it. But not thy selling it and end up in the rubbish heap. Do you remember your idol hath said? That 'If you ask me to name the proudest distinction of Americans, I would choose- because it contains all the others- the fact that they were the people who created the phrase "to make money". No other language or nation had ever used these words before; men had always thought of wealth as a static quantity- to be seized, begged, inherited, shared, looted or obtained as a favor. Americans were the first to understand that wealth has to be created.' But the fact lies not in mere creating things as your idol said, but through exploiting thy labour of others, a trait of a thief."

And as the two kept on assailing, debating like wind and storm entwined, of sun and rain trying to conquer the fishes and the nature, the hell broke loose only to say these simple words:
"To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is no loss."
Only to found that Pol Pot's phrase found solace amongst the Ayn Rand worshipers who deal much in calling thy statement true and real as competition according to them is eternal. And so struggle as what thy left hath said, whose verse hath stated:
"The history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles."

"All work is an act of philosophy."
These are the words Ayn Rand said in the work Atlas Shrugged. These words are also compatible as what Karl Marx said to the rest as according to his work Theses on Feuerbach:
The philosophers have only interpreted the world in various ways—the point however is to change it."
And to sum these, only to end Marx pitying thy Rand as work, an act of philosophy as what the capitalist thy said is also coming from the ones who interpreted the word in various ways-but the point is on how to change it, simply by working-to hastening thy downfall of the capitalist kind what Ayn Rand belonged.

And lastly,
A last quote, too serious and causing trouble, as Ayn Rand hath said:
"...They (Native Americans) didn't have any rights to the land, and there was no reason for anyone to grant them rights which they had not conceived and were not using. What was it that they were fighting for, when they opposed white men on this continent? For their wish to continue a primitive existence, their 'right' to keep part of the earth untouched, unused and not even as property, but just keep everybody out so that you will live practically like an animal, or a few caves above it. Any white person who brings the element of civilization has the right to take over this continent..."
If that's the case, then in a society wherein Capitalism is permanent according to Spencer, Rand et al. Civilization is nothing but a cosmetic phrase, a reason to squat, of accumulate wealth whilst the rest left not and rot. Capitalists have no country, nation, only excessive territory, in the name of private property.