Is Capitalism Moral?

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby skmo » Tue Sep 29, 2015 12:53 pm

freedomforall wrote:Is a stool in a pool to be enjoyed while swimming?
There's the answer.
I'm going to say that's a yes.
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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby freedomforall » Thu Oct 01, 2015 4:02 pm

skmo wrote:
freedomforall wrote:Is a stool in a pool to be enjoyed while swimming?
There's the answer.
I'm going to say that's a yes.
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Aaaaahh, folks, a stool is long, sometimes multicolored feces. Picture a huge floater in the pool above. Now do you want to go swimming?
Your answer may, or certainly would in my case, coincide with the original question, is capitalism moral?
I suppose you could sit on a "stool" (provided) and wait for the water to flow through the filter after the "stool" (the undesirable object) has been removed.

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby skmo » Thu Oct 01, 2015 5:32 pm

freedomforall wrote:Aaaaahh, folks, a stool is long, sometimes multicolored feces. Picture a huge floater in the pool above. Now do you want to go swimming?
My response was just a joke, but I'd certainly enjoy the stools at the bar in my picture. It was just my first reaction when I read your crappy answer (yes, that was just meant as a joke, too.)

Again, my answer is that capitalism is just a tool, one that can be used morally or immorally.
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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby freedomforall » Thu Oct 01, 2015 6:13 pm

skmo wrote:
freedomforall wrote:Aaaaahh, folks, a stool is long, sometimes multicolored feces. Picture a huge floater in the pool above. Now do you want to go swimming?
My response was just a joke, but I'd certainly enjoy the stools at the bar in my picture. It was just my first reaction when I read your crappy answer (yes, that was just meant as a joke, too.)

Again, my answer is that capitalism is just a tool, one that can be used morally or immorally.
I thought so. But it was even funnier when someone agreed with you while swimming near a stool. Just don't try sitting on it, the stool that is.

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby freedomforall » Sun Jul 09, 2017 1:28 am

To the OP....NO!

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby Darren » Tue Jul 11, 2017 7:07 am

Q: Is Capitalism Moral?
A: No


As I have said before on this Forum. Linguists are the miners of the coal, who have paid the price to know. The dictionary companies are the sellers of the coal.
Capital vs. capitol

As a noun, capital refers to (1) a city that serves as a center of government, (2) wealth in the form of money or property, and (3) a capital letter. As an adjective, it means (1) principal, (2) involving financial assets, and (3) deserving of the death penalty. There are other definitions of capital, but these are the most commonly used ones.

Capitol has two very specific definitions (outside ancient Rome): (1) a U.S. state legislature building, and (2) the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. State capitols are located in the capital cities of U.S. states, and the Capitol is located in the capital city of the U.S. If you’re not talking about any of these capitol buildings, then the word you want is probably capital. http://grammarist.com/usage/capitol-capital/
The Lie of “Capitalism.” “What is that?” It is the “-ism,” belief, in a “Capital Building.”

It is that All Monetary Values are controlled from “The Capital Building,” St. Peter’s Vatican Basilica, on the Capital Hill that is right next to the “Capitol Hill” of Rome, where the Idol of Moneta, the Romans’ Pagan Deity of Money was located. All of these Controls, over all Money, come up from a dead body, that is the KYBERNION – the essence of all European-type “Governments,” from the beginnings of Medieval Times on, which dead body is at the bottom of a Hole that is directly under the Ali Baba’s, Baba Ali’s, Tower of Babel’s Chair, which Chair is directly under the “vital” DOME of St. Peter’s Vatican Basilica – that transmits All Correct Hunches, up, through the Tower of Babel’s Chair, up through the current TOWER of Babel, the Vatican Basilica’s “vital” DOME, OUT, TO GO DOWN ONLY THROUGH OTHER, CURRENT TOWERS OF BABEL, THE “VITAL” DOMES OF OTHER CAPITAL BUILDINGS,” THAT MUST BE “brick for brick” Copies of St. Peter’s Vatican Basilica Capital Building, in order for the Correct Hunches, that are transmitted from St. Peter’s Vatican Basilica Capital Building’s DOME, to be receivable through the DOMES of these other Capital Buildings – like the one in Washington DC, the one in almost all other State Capitals, such as the one in Salt Lake City etc., etc., etc. – that are the “brick for brick” Copies of St. Peter’s Vatican Basilica Capital Building. (Bruce Wynder, The History of Money, Part 2, pp. 60-61) http://s98822910.onlinehome.us/thousand ... part_2.pdf
Modern Capitalism is found in the feud to control the credit-belief-faith of the Christian people of Western Europe that began with Niccolo Machiavelli and his statement, that the power to control capital comes from, “... an impulse that impels him to just get up, go out, and grab that power.”

Control of the credit-belief-faith of the Christian people of Western Europe has always been The Free Enterprise System, with its essence being the Freeman's oath, and the Trust of his and his people's system, of a mental fixation and devotion to Virtue.

The Free Enterprise System is working together in Christ's family.
Capitalism is laboring within Satan's Control System.

Cleon Skousen in his book "The Majesty of God's Law" went into the information of where we get true economic freedom, in the millenniums old culture of Nordic Freemen. The empire south of them wanted to control the world with the Babylonian mechanism of coinage, that became the empire's money system of control.

Economic threats come from the use of Babylon's money.

Economic liberty comes from working together by trust.


"Wealth" comes from the German word for "Voting Stock." When we are all co-owners of the Kingdom of the Lord, we are all wealthy.

A "company" is an ancient Germanic way of organization and working together in an economy wherein trust is the means to economic liberty.


In the idol in the dream of King Nebuchadnezzar were the organizations that operate by the material substances of the earth. The stone that is cut out of the mountain without hands, that smashes the idol is when we realize that we can have an economy without those material substances, that are measured out by the god of Babylon.

Capitalism comes from that Capitoline Hill in Rome, upon which was the Temple of Moneta, where the coins were minted. Capitalism is the material control system of those who are a continuation of the activity that took place in that Temple of Moneta. The Federal Reserve is just another Temple of Moneta.

The Free Enterprise System is people who have joined the family of Christ by their oaths to be good and to work together by Trust. This is why London is said to be the financial capital of the world, because they have always operated by their oaths to be London Freemen.

Will we ever learn to work together by our ancestors system given to us and them at Lake Law, Sweden at 43 A.D., that we were supposed to continue in (D&C 86:11)?

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby Oursacredheritage » Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:16 pm

Several Things Concerning Capitalism

If you are thinking in terms of Free Enterprise than this is just a small part of the Lords principles when it comes to economics.

In the early days of the church men like joseph Smith and Brigham Young abhorred speculation especially when it came to land. When Parley P Pratt came back from his mission in Europe to Kirtland his great disappointment was when he saw the price of land had skyrocketed, not due to land development but by speculation which he called an illusion of wealth. Brigham Young in Utah did not think it was a correct principle for a man to have more land than he could cultivate. There were instances where land was given to a family that needed it from those that had more than they could do anything with.

Capitalism and Free-Enterprise seem to be lacking the laws and principles that we have been given for a better way. One is that in the lords economic system the priesthood rule in spiritual matters as well as temporal which is the only real legitimate government there is. John Taylor called mans attempt to govern outside the laws of God usurpation. His book Government of God goes into better detail.

In todays "Free Market Economy"(which I don't think actually exist due to government regulation, central banking, subsidies, etc) we are forced to compete with those that do business with what is simply legal and do not concern themselves with what is right, moral, or what should not be legal in the first place.

The Lord wants our temporal affairs to be a means for us to become one in temporal things SO that we may become one in spiritual things. Capitalism will not do that.

"It is not meet for one man to posses that which is above another wherefore the world lieth in sin"

Brigham Young was adamant that the Lords economic system would produce a society that was far more wealthy than what could be attained by mere capitalism, if they would abide by the principles and have the patience to see it through. Orson Pratt stated in General Conference “Riches are not a curse, but they are a great blessing: it is inequality in riches that is a great curse. God has made all the riches of the earth, and the riches of all worlds. He made the gold, and the silver, and the precious metals: He formed the flocks and herds, and all useful animals: He has made the earth exceedingly rich; and He has given man dominion over all these things: the more His people enjoy of these things the better he is pleased; it is impossible for His people to become too rich: if the whole world, with all the treasures thereof, were in the hands of the Saints, the Lord would still be delighted for them to have more. But these blessings have become a great curse to man, because they have been unequally possessed." We are told that if we seek riches we will attain them as long as we seek them with the intent to do good. “But I will promise the Latter-day Saints that if they will go into these things allowing God to dictate in the interests of Israel and the building up of his Zion on the earth, and take themselves and their individual interests out of the question, feeling they are acting for him and his kingdom, they will become the wealthiest of all people, and God will bless them and pour out wealth and intelligence and all the blessings that earth can afford. But if you will not, you will go downward, and keep going the downward road to disappointment and poverty in things spiritual as well as temporal. I dare prophesy that in the name of the Lord. JD, 20:163-164.

In 1875 the First Presidency and the twelve apostles put their names to the following address. “One of the great evils with which our own nation is menaced at the present time is the wonderful growth of wealth in the hands of a comparatively few individuals. The very liberties for which our fathers contended so steadfastly and courageously, and which they bequeathed to us as a priceless legacy, are endangered by the monstrous power which this accumulation of wealth gives to a few individuals and a few powerful corporations… If this evil should not be checked, and measures not taken to prevent the continued growth of riches among the class already rich, and the painful increase of destitution and want among the poor, the nation is likely to be overtaken by disaster; for, according to history, such a tendency among nations once powerful was the sure precursor of ruin… Years ago it was perceived that we Latter-day Saints were open to the same dangers as those which beset the rest of the world. A condition of affairs existed among us which was favorable to the growth of riches in the hands of a a few at the expense of the many… The growth of such a class was dangerous to our union… Then it was that the Saints were counselled to enter into co-operation. (Edward J. Allen, “Appendix A: Apostolic Circular of July, 1875.

Another thing to think about are the economic laws given to the Children of Israel when they entered the promised land. Sabatical Years, no gleaning of the fields, no usury, the 50 year jubilee etc. Clearly The Lord thinks much differently about these things than just simply Free Enterprise. (The Capitalist would not like this system very much)

And so again although Capitalism and Free-Enterprise has its place among correct economic principles, but it is only a sliver compared to everything we have been given as Latter-Day Saints. It is not so much about whether capitalism is right or wrong but about what it lacks. We are to stand independent above all things beneath the celestial world in order to gain our inheritance. When we really delve into all those principles that can exalt us spiritually as well as temporally then we will be able to see how remarkable they really are.
Thomas S. Monson " Political machinations (a scheming design intended to accomplish some usually evil end) ruin the stability of nations, despots grasp for power, and segments of society seem forever downtrodden and deprived of opportunity.

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby freedomforall » Wed Jul 12, 2017 2:01 am

Is Capitalism when all fifty states have a Capital in it? :D

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby harakim » Wed Jul 12, 2017 6:01 am

I agree with the statement that the accumulation of wealth in the hands of the few leads to destruction. And capitalism leads to this outcome. If you can store your excess in monetary form, you can accumulate far more than you need. Then you have an incentive to make money at any cost because you can make an ulimited amount of it. And this is all manageable and, while negative, also somewhat beneficial. Then you get into the next generation, where they haven't worked but they have a head start. So you don't have a free market anymore. The accumulation of unlimited wealth is not a good thing, but I don't have the silver bullet.

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby Darren » Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:45 am

Current usages of words get in the way of learning correct principles.

The Germanic word "Free" comes from the name of the Mother and/or Wife of Odin (in the Bible we have the two Marys), her name is Frigg, which is pronounced Free with a kind of guttural throat trill. The Free Enterprise System literally means that you have taken your oath with Odin and have become a joint heir in the business of Frigg's family. The concept of a Bishop's Storehouse is a United Order way of working together, being ancient Germanic/lost tribes of Israel in origin.

The key to the Free Enterprise System is working together by the Trust that stems from taking oaths to follow after Virtue, that is represented by looking to Free's Son.

Capitalism is a Socratic/Tower of Babel principle, that whosoever establishes the Capitol controls the Capital.

We need to get back to the real basics.

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Capitalism

Capitalism as it began was crude next to its operation today. It started around the year 1500 A.D., under the last emperor of the Germans’ “Roman Empire” who tried to make the idea of a Germans’ “Roman Empire” work. After him that idea was only “on the back burner” of confused German mentality relative to that idea. Some things were always on the “front burner” in German mentality, though. Everyone knows that Germans needed to call their leader their, “Kaiser,” right down into the Twentieth Century. This needs explanation.

In Old Italian Julius Caesar pronounced his name “Yooleeoos Kaiser.” The Germans always felt that they had to call their leader “(Julius) Caesar.” Their confused reasoning for this was the misguided belief that “Caesars have the right to rule people who believe in Christ,” citing Christ’s statement, “Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar’s.” Of course Christ meant, “Render nothing unto Caesar; nothing is Caesar’s; all is God’s”; but public reasoning hasn’t been able to go that far.

So this German Kaiser who ruled a little after the year 1500 AD. gave one last lunge at trying to make a reality out of Germany really being the old “Roman Empire.” And, the way that he tried really does sound like something out of Ancient History. His name was Kaiser Karl V of the Holy Roman Empire. He, at the same time, was also King Carlos I of Spain.

As the King of Spain and Portugal he controlled most of the New World. He expressed little interest in it, though, other than to press for the theft of every scrap of gold and silver, to be found there, away from its Native American owners, to be coined into coins with his portrait or personal symbol on it.

If this could become, in turn, the coinage of all European business, he would be in an optimum position, with the Pope, to recapture their theoretic early medieval joint control over the mentality of Europe. They urgently felt that this was needed. It is said that all of the gold and silver that Spain took from America only amounted to one third of the money that that Kaiser received in taxes from his dependencies in the Netherlands. North Europe’s trade had indeed become the controlling factor in European life and this Kaiser and the Pope were planning to “scavenge” it. It was the desire of these two men at that time to assert their control over the trade of North Europe that was the birth of “Capitalism.”

An important side issue was the fact that the Hansa’s navy was far larger than any other in Europe. Should they have been able to unite for such a thing they could have easily taken control of all of the Americas and all of the rest of the newly-discovered world as well.

That Kaiser and Pope inaugurated Capitalism at the prompting of the linkage that they had formed with the institution in Europe that represented the Mongols’ China Booty taken to Turkestan. Their specific goal was to shove the medieval coinage (with that Kaiser’s portrait or personal symbol — which was sanctioned by the Pope — on it) down the throats of the people who at that time controlled Europe’s trade. That meant, principally, the city of Antwerp in Belgium, which was at once the main center of business and trade of the Hansa (it had recently replaced the former center at Bruges, Belgium, which soon made it the largest city in Europe), the principal business center of Western Europe, AND a personal dependency of that Kaiser who ruled there in another of his positions, that of the Duke of Burgundy. This grasping at power over Antwerp forced a migration of business activity from Antwerp to Amsterdam. There the Dutch were able to stop the grasping. But, that Kaiser and the Pope that worked with him began Capitalism by getting the Bank-gilds to raise enormous LOANS, USING THE BILLS AND NOTES OF THE GILD SYSTEM, for either the Kaiser, the Pope or the Spanish crown to try to force the theory of their authority, as set forth on coins, upon either the Netherlands, or upon Germany as a whole, or upon England.

These Bank-gilds (including the activities of the Fuggers, then the Welsers etc.) characteristically rose very high and then fell when the grandiose plans of either the Kaiser or the King of Spain (such as the Spanish Armada) went down in flames.

However, just as one of the most grandiose of these plans, the Armada, collapsed, the tiny state of Venice took the cross-over step that made history. The Coinage was the product of the State, the South Europe Civilization. The Gild System was the remnant of the North Europe Civilization. This cross-over by the STATE of Venice to begin operating as a GILD, in 1587, is the cross-over that has been, eventually, taken by every country in the world, after France took that step at the height of the French Revolution. The History of Money (Part 2), p.35-36
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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby davedan » Fri Jul 14, 2017 7:08 pm

Free Market is moral. Capitalism is not free market, nor is it moral.

Capitalism gives unelected power to the capitalist (No, we didn't vote with our dollars)

Capitalists are individuals that get the big loans from the banks = the consolidation of power = corruption

We need banking reform to level the playing field and create equal access to credit.

Larger loans would be qualified for based on the credit worthiness of many people like a community, company, or a guild.

Company employees would have ownership in the company and share in the profits.

Employees would not be surfs to the investors or stock holders.

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby onefour1 » Sat Jul 15, 2017 1:17 pm

The question should be: Does the Capitalist system ( or any other system) force those who are in it to be moral or immoral? To me free will of exchange is good if man does not use it in an immoral fashion. Is it not the capitalist system that is moral or immoral but the people who are in it.

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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby Darren » Sat Jul 15, 2017 2:51 pm

The Free Enterprise System works because the adherents inside that system force themselves to seek virtue, as part of the oath. All other systems, including capitalism are about one man forcing another.
When Noah and his family got off of the boat, and his posterity began to spread out, the true Church had to move to a place called Salem because the false Church began to dominate trade and commercial life from the place called Babel.

Two Churches were set up in the Mesopotamian Valley, one Church was moved to the edge of that valley where Noah and Shem had to flee from their apostate posterity, a defensible outcropping of land with a natural spring, that was named Salem, and would later be named the Salem of the Jews or Jerusalem. The other Church that has continued until today was founded at the University of Babel, at the place of the Tower of Babel, wherein everything arbitrary that could be thought about was said to be controlled from that crossroads of commerce that the Greeks would later name with their -on ending, Babylon.

The Great and Abominable Church is Babylon, and is the Culture and System of Babylon.

Suffice it to say that the Greeks did what they did to rule the world with the top-down culture of Babel, having for themselves their Head installed by their group called the Synedrion (the sit down group). The Pharisees of the Jews did what they did to perfect the top-down culture of Babel, passed down to them from the Greeks and called their group the Sanhedrin and their Head they installed was called their Exilarch.

The false culture is called Orthodoxy, the Apostate's religion and culture, as the Prophet Daniel told Nebuchadnezzar would continue from Babel, the Persians, the Greeks and Romans, overseen today and perpetuated by the same Sanhedrin of the Pharisees.

Satan's management of his affairs on this world is through the "Synhedrion of Babylon" as it continues through to today, and the Rothschilds are part of that. The control of the Synhedrion is to play off the world's wannabee dictators, to see who will become the next King of the World, by delivering "blood and horror upon the earth."
When Noah got off of the boat, two cultures were set up among those fanning out generations of mankind.

The Apostate set up the crossroads city of trade, the "Tower of God" ("Bab-El" - the Greeks added the on ending, Babylon) as his system and culture's headquarters, and at the base of the tower he built a precursor to the modern university, a place for his managers to come up with the arbitrary standards and definitions that their control group agreed upon for all the physical and metaphysical elements as understood by mankind.

Noah and Shem moved to the rim of the same valley, in a defensible place, protected from their apostate posterity, at a place called Salem, the place of the Sale. And what do you buy at "the place of the Sale?" Well, they had this sacred bargaining table called an altar wherein you offered up your eternal element, your will or intelligence, and in exchange you were given eternal life.

The Germanic lost tribes of Israel built their society upon the true culture of mankind. Doing it as also did their ancestor they called Homedale, or the leader of the "Home Valley," Noah. They also had the, "bargaining table" that we call the Altar, wherein a person sells their Eternal Intelligence in exchange for Eternal Life. To commit by oath, their purpose, to the intelligence of God.

Just as Noah and Shem continued in the ways of the Lord, so did the decedents of the lost tribes of Israel, the Saxons. In England is the place where two temples once stood, one is where today is Lincoln's and Grey's Inn and the other is the Temple where is the Inn of Middle Temple and the Inn of Inner Temple.

Eternal life means to be part of what always works, what always goes right and that comes from having a God with you always, as is the job of the Holy Ghost. The Culture and Society of the lost tribes of Israel was this culture that operated by the commitment to be part of what always goes right, and by so living they as a society not only had hope for Eternal Life in the life to come but lived and worked together by the culture and society that had the happiness of eternal life in this life.
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Re: Is Capitalism Moral?

Postby Darren » Mon Jul 17, 2017 6:48 am

Capitalism vs. The Free Enterprise System in Architecture

The Dome is a central symbol of Capitalism. This is an Architectural Symbol of Orthodoxy.
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United States Capitol Building

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St. Peter's Basilica

When the Pope sits above the well where it is believed that St. Peter lies dead at the bottom, sitting on the Chair that is above that well, the Pope becomes the focal point of that primary dome, and therefore becomes the Orthodox Man unto the world, he is the focal point and conveyor of the capitol's capitalism.

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The Orthodox Man sits under the dome of the capitol.

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Altar of the Chair of St Peter


The Spire is a central symbol of The Free Enterprise System. This is an Architectural Symbol of living by revelation and for Man's Seeking.
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With the spire the focal point is Heaven.

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