Communism and Capitalism Explained

It is absurd to note that the present Global Economy is something that seems to be a mystery to most people who do not even understand what Capitalism and Communism are. First of all we live in a Capitalist World. There is no Communism today nor has there ever been any Communist country’s in the World. All Countries have the same economy and that is one that is based upon Capital.

Capitalism: Once upon a time some individuals decided to make the transport of goods easier through notes of holding. These notes represented set sums being held so that to transport gold, silver etc. one needed only to present a note to a holding office and the value represented by that note could be redeemed. This went on to become our present currency system. Today the currency that is printed and used by country’s from their privately owned Central Banks are notes that have no value. They do not represent anything in holding as they did once upon a time.

Central Banks: These are private corporations that are owned by a small group of individuals that have managed to obtain from the governments where they operate a contract that enables their corporation to mint currency that is then used and then owed to that bank by the Government/People that reside in that particular country. It is absurd that this still exists as the currency they produce is just paper that is run off a press and based upon no actual value. The Federal Reserve is not owned by the U.S. government, the Bank of England is not owned by the U.K. government, the Bank of Canada is not owned by the government of Canada etc. It just goes on and on. The Trillions of dollars manufactured by these Private Banks has gotten to the point of absolute nonsense in regards to their value by the population that they do not serve.

When we examine the present state of such economies as Greece and the United States of America it is apparent that this absurd Private Central Banking system has finally reached and surpassed it’s climax and now it is time for us to observe the denouement. The New Global Communist Party will be the only Communist Party in the World. Communism is based not upon Capitalism or any form of Capital. This is what the New Global Communist Party will represent and soon offer to the World. China is not a Communist country, Cuba is not a Communist country etc. these economies are just different forms of Capitalism (Socialist Capitalism). All this will soon change with the launching of the New Global Communist Party.

We will be releasing a book entitled New Global Communist Manifesto: the Construct of Human Civilization Level One

This will be released after the official launching of the homepage for the New Global Communist Party and the social network “Brethren Of the New Dawn”-B.O.N.D.- Only after these websites have been completed will we be prepared to release the book to the public that will explain the present Global Economy and the future economy of New Global Communism that will be based upon Universal Labour Value.

Advertisements

Another Great Article About Greece

The Workers World has a great article about the present struggle of the people of Greece to save themselves from the demented Imperialist European Slavers. Read it here or down below in a re-post.

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–

EDITORIAL

Greece: Cradle of class struggle

Published Jul 6, 2011 7:36 PM
Given the oppressive and criminal role of Western imperialism in the world today, it is no compliment to call Greece the “cradle of Western civilization.” But it is true that this summer Greece is the cradle of the class struggle against that same imperialist ruling class. In the past two years the unions there — those in the union federation called PAME — have held 20 general strikes, the last one for two consecutive days on June 28-29.

Along with the well-organized and politically clear anti-capitalist and anti-banker program of the PAME labor unions and their allies in the Communist Party of Greece (KKE), there have been tens of thousands of “indignant ones” — not yet organized, but anti-establishment people, including many youths — marching and demonstrating in Athens’ Syntagma Square. They are attempting to convince the Parliament to choose to serve the workers in Greece rather than the bankers in France and Germany.

On June 29 the Georges Papandreou government — his PASOK party is nominally “Socialist” but is in reality a complete tool of the international and local big capitalists — passed the latest austerity program. Papandreou then unleashed the Greek cops against the demonstrators in the square, injuring 500 of our sisters and brothers there. The austerity plan not only cuts social services and public worker jobs, but is offering the remaining nationalized industries for sale to the rich. It even allows corporations to lease Greek islands.

To understand the heroism shown by the workers in Greece, you have to know that they are combating not only the Greek bankers and capitalists but their more powerful co-criminals in France and Germany. The banks in these imperialist powers — along with the big capitalists and bankers in Greece itself — are using Papandreou to squeeze money out of the workers that the Greek government owes these banks as interest payments on loans.

But it wasn’t the workers who got the benefit of these loans — it was the Greek capitalist class.

The terms of payment are set by the European Central Bank, the European Union and the International Monetary Fund, called the “Troika,” which is a relatively benign term considering that they — along with the bosses in Greece — represent the biggest thieves on the continent.

Elisseos Vagenas, member of the Central Committee of the KKE, wrote an article during the two-day strike that gives an overall picture. Here’s one point he makes in his conclusion:

“The communists in Greece support firmly that it is the plutocracy that must pay for the crisis as it is responsible for it. At the same time, the KKE believes that the struggle for every problem of the people must develop in the direction of organizing, concentrating and preparing broad popular and working-class forces not only in order to create better conditions for the sale of labor power but also for the overthrow of the exploitative system so as to pave the way for the people’s power and the people’s economy, for socialism.” (For the entire article, see inter.kke.gr.)

Think of the governors and mayors in the U.S. who are cutting pensions, enforcing evictions, laying off teachers and public workers, closing schools and firehouses to pay off bonds to the big U.S. banks and you get an idea of what is happening in Greece — and why U.S. imperialism backs Papandreou against the workers. The workers there are fighting for all of us, as well as for the workers of Portugal, Spain and Ireland whose increased servitude is also being planned by the Troika in cahoots with local capitalists.

There is no doubt that the struggle will be hard. But we can all take courage from the decision of the workers in Greece not to shrink before the challenge. The longer they hold on, the likelier a victory that seems impossible can become conceivable. It then can spread and move from being conceivable to being possible.

What class-conscious workers and all progressives in the other imperialist countries — including here in the United States — should be thinking about now is this: What can we do to help the workers in Greece hold on and win?

Long live the struggle of the workers and youth in Greece!

Articles copyright 1995-2011 Workers World. Verbatim copying and distribution of this entire article is permitted in any medium without royalty provided this notice is preserved.

Workers World, 55 W. 17 St., NY, NY 10011
Email: ww@workers.org
Subscribe wwnews-subscribe@workersworld.net
Support independent news DONATE

————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

The task set before us should not be complicated. As New Global Communists we cannot permit any petty ideological differences to divide our power. The Marxists, Trotskyists and Maoists must unite and form the New Global Communist Party. We require the abandonment of all currency, banks, private ownership of any vehicles or property. The abandonment of the Nuclear Family ( no more marriage or private rearing of youth will be permitted). It is time to unify and to conquer. Let us show support to our family in Greece in their defense against the evil slavers of this Imperialist Europe and their desire to keep the Workers of the World enslaved to a valueless currency.

Only Labour has value. Nothing else has value.

One Planet

One Family

One Party – the New Global Communist Party –

One Order