i somehow developed a bunch of emotional control & skill & the ability to manoeuvre but it’s starting to feel like witchcraft in certain contexts and i kind of want to bury it in the backyard
capitalists: *replace workers with machines to increase profits*
capitalists: *realize that because they’re paying less wages, less money is in circulation, and that the economy requires market transactions to function*
capitalists: *reduce mechanization, thereby halting progress, or scramble to make up pointless jobs for workers to perform to earn a wage*
capitalists: *completely fine with the fact that this system forces people to perform increasingly unnecessary and demeaning work rather than using the advances of technology to free workers from labor*
capitalists: Capitalism is required for innovation
White model with a bloody lip
Some runway of a designer no one has heard of
Closeup of a hand or neck
goose unexpectedly barked and i jumped, threw my phone in the air and somehow ended up on a united nations tumblr?
corporate charity is disgusting and amoral.
you have these multibillion dollar corporations that parade themselves as responsible global citizens because they’ll match each dollar their consumers donate - never mind the extraction and destruction these corporations have caused that far exceed the often pitiful amount they donate. never mind that that these corporations are only concerned with their bottom line and good PR.
capitalism tells us that that individual charity can somehow make up for violence of poverty - this is a lie. charity work is important but the charity work done by corporations is done to placate and prevent a radical reshifting of values.