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How to Spend


In trying to simplify the meaning of Capitalism and Communism, Charity and Fascism, to  ordinary citizens, this outline may be helpful.

There are only four ways to spend money.

Spending
Chart
Spend your
own money
Spend other's
 money
You receive
the goods
aCapitalism
Theft
Others receive
the goods
Charity
aCommunism


1) You spend your own money on yourself

You really watch out for what you're doing when you are spending your own money, and you try to get the most for that money.

Your vote counts 100% on how the money is spent and how much is spent.

Good Results: 
    Capitalism - Greatest goods for least price
      Freedom - Your decision what and how much to spend

2) You spend your own money on someone else

If you buy a birthday present for someone. Well then, I'm not so careful about the content of the present, but I'm very careful about the cost.

Your vote counts 100% on how the money is spent and how much is spent.

Good Results:
    Christian Charity - Least goods for least price
              
Freedom - Your decision what and how much to spend

3) You spend someone else's money on yourself

If I spend somebody else's money on myself, then I'm going to have a good lunch!

The presumption here is that a) someone else has generously decided to spend the money on your behalf BUT expects something in return, or b) that someone else has been forced by a third party such as government to spend their money on you.  (Of course, you could be in dire straits with a Christian voluntarily agreeing to assist you in charity)

Bad Results:
       Theft - Greatest Goods for the greatest price
    Slavery - Your receiving goods depends upon either
                  your being a slave or the other being a slave.

4) You spend someone else's money on someone else

If I spend somebody else's money on somebody else, I'm not concerned about how much it costs, and I'm not concerned about what I get.

There can be no rational for both theft and artificial charity. Robin Hood is the worst fable in the English literary world and the "two wrongs make a right" scenario is only acceptable because of a violation of version 3 -- government taking from others to spend on themselves.

Bad Results:
   
Communism - Least goods for the greatest price
           Slavery - There exists slavery on both ends.
                              a) In forcing people to work,
                                  but taking their pay and
                              b) In expecting something in exchange
                                  for giving money away

Our federal government is clearly in the fourth category. It seems to be in the business of spending other people's money on other people. At close to 40 percent of our national income, this is a national disgrace, leaving little freedom and quite a bit of communist slavery.

Social Security is the clearest example of government corruption in the American system. SS takes from "The Rich"; i.e. working Americans and gives to "The Poor"; i.e. retired Americans no longer making a living.

With working Americans having 15% of their income stolen by the federal government (7.5% employee and 7.5% employer), this all but guarantees that the working Americans will grow into old AND POOR Americans at retirement AND thus -- as intended -- dependent upon the federal government.

But pitting a "money making" group against a "money spending" group, with Jewish Commissars in the middle, collecting and doling out the money, is just one more way the Jewish puppet masters play the game.





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