What’s Wrong with Capitalism (Part 1) | ContraPoints

What’s Wrong with Capitalism (Part 1) | ContraPoints

When you look into the pools of the 9/11 memorial at the World Trade Center, you start to ask yourself questions. Why is the world bad? What did all these people die for? Well, for freedom, I guess. And, like, American values? But what are those values? What kind of freedom is it that we have? The 9/11 memorial shares the World Trade Center site with the largest shopping mall in Manhattan. There’s a Forever 21, an Under Armour, a Kate Spade, and a pair of shoes that I want But they’re too expensive and my feet are too big and I’m too tall to wear high heels anyway ugh fucking neoliberalism What even goes on in these big buildings? I’ve been looking at them all my life, but I’ve never been inside one. Are these the towers where the ruling lizards gather? Drinking human blood? Licking whipped cream off the interns? What the hell even is this country? Just the same terrible shit copy-pasted all over the goddamn place: Longhorn Steakhouse, Golden Corral, Staples, the Red Lobster, Petsmart, Chipotle, Fridays, Dave & Buster’s… I guess it’s not so bad, as long as you kick things up a notch… Yes, I want to add the lava cakes to my order, Domino’s, of course I want the fucking lava cakes. (What’s wrong with capitalism) I’m gonna put the cake on the pizza, put it all in me, fill me up Oh, god damn it, it was so good,
but I ate so much, I think I’m gonna die Look what capitalism made me do ~ …vast parts of territory all across the Middle East, they put– Political dissent begins with the vaguest feeling that something is wrong and a lot of people have that feeling but the problem with vague feelings is they can be channeled in any direction. The same vague angst can drive people to communism or fascism or anything in between. There’s a general sense today among young people that we have been lied to and that sense is perhaps the most acute among middle class white men, who apparently were promised that they could be millionaires or movie gods or rock stars. The term “special snowflake” is used today as a slur against queer teenagers but it comes from the movie Fight Club where it refers to a generation of white guys who have become Adults only to find that they’re worse off than their fathers, that they don’t have glamorous jobs, they don’t have girlfriends, and, more recently, that even in the escapist world of video games, their absolute sovereignty is being challenged. I’ve devoted half my channel to chronicling the deranged consequences of this situation: anti-feminism, alpha males, pickup artists, the surreal surge and support for a white ethnic homeland. But till now, I haven’t talked about the underlying causes and it’s important to do that because, the thing is, the white men aren’t even wrong that society is screwing them in some way. It’s just that it’s screwing everyone else even more. So the masculinist alt-right analysis of society is exactly upside-down. Guys, you are not under the thumb of a Jewish feminist plot to turn you into girly soy boy cucks. Cultural Marxism did not turn you into placid IKEA consumers, capitalism did. So what you need to do is stop scapegoating non-whites, feminists and trans people and unite with the rest of us to actually do something about the real enemy: the blood sucking goddamn reptiles Chapter 1 Capitalism and Spirit–oh god I sound like a philosopher, someone shoot me Remember that Nazi propaganda video where Richard Spencer says that “a nation based on freedom is just another place to go shopping” A leftist could easily have said that. We think of leftist analysis as being very materialistic but there’s a spiritual dimension to it too. Much of Karl Marx’s early writings are primarily concerned with the state of the human soul under capitalism: with the alienation of working not for yourself, but for an employer who appropriates the value of your work; with the fetishism of commodities: the investment of inanimate objects with transcendent properties beyond their usefulness; with the system of lies and delusions by which capitalism understands and justifies itself: with fucking Comcast increasing my bill to $70 a month for no fucking reason No, I don’t want a landline. No one under the age of 60 wants a landli– Of course, it’s not just Marxists who complain about a capitalist malaise. Fascists and conservatives notice it too, only they think the solution is to seek collective meaning and ancient customs, racial chauvinism, or fight clubs and that shit’s not really my scene I’m really more of a pursuit of individual happiness person but, I think that capitalism as we know it is pretty bad at fostering individual happiness, and here’s why: Chapter two Alienated labor Ugh, this Marxist jargon sucks. Let’s come up with something new Chapter two shitty jobs Why is your job so shitty? Well, probably it’s because you work at the Comcast customer service call center and you spend your day dealing with whiny and titled white bitches who don’t understand that you’re just a lackey without any actual power and the system is organized so that people with no power just have to pointlessly shout at each other. You don’t have any stake in the profit of Comcast as a company so you don’t really have any reason to give a shit about the success of the corporate machine in which you are a gear. The CEO makes 36 million dollars a year while you make $14 an hour, which means that a lot of the value of the work you’re doing doesn’t get paid to you, but goes straight up the chain of command and into the pockets of the chief lizards. The ruthless hierarchical structure of the company means that you’re competing against your fellow employees for a promotion, or even to not be laid off and if that happens, you’ll end up competing against other unemployed people for another shitty job as a concrete lifter, or a mud mule, or maybe even a coffee-shop Macbook person. This means it’s difficult to even experience companionship with the other people in your shitty situation, because you’re all being pitted against each other by the goddamn reptiles. And it gets even worse You could be employed by New Age reptiles, who force you to participate in team-building exercises, company scavenger hunts, mandatory fun, which means that not only do you have a shitty oppressive job, but you’re not even allowed the basic pleasure of openly hating your life. You have to constantly pretend that you’re having “fun”, all for the sake of maintaining the overlord’s comfortable delusion that he’s not your overlord. These lizards are smart and they keep coming up with more elaborate ways to lie to you. If you work for Uber, they won’t even be honest about the fact that you’re their employee. They’ll call you an “independent contractor”. You get to be your own boss and set your own hours. You only have to take out the initial loan, buy the car, pay the insurance, pay for the cleaning, take on all the risk, and give Uber 25% without getting a guaranteed wage, benefits, paid leave, or pension. So much better than being an old-fashioned employee, right? No, PLEASE don’t transfer me to the billing department. They already transferred me here– Chapter 3 Advertising Is it pretentious to use chapters in a YouTube video? What if each section is named after an episode in the Odyssey– If you’ve lived your life in America, you’ve spent every day since birth assailed from all directions by propaganda campaigns for cereals and cigarettes and sugar snacks, and now you can’t get no satisfaction. Jesus! People have been complaining about advertising so long, it’s come to seem like a basic feature of the human condition. But it’s not a basic feature of the human condition. It’s a situation particular to life under capitalism. I mean, North Korea is a dystopian shithole, but at least the train station isn’t cluttered up with advertisements for– Oh. So many fan– Contrapoints is a tankie confirmed. A neoliberal tankie The purpose of advertising is to manufacture desires, which brands across the world spend nearly five hundred billion dollars a year doing. The ubiquity and apparent effectiveness of advertising seems to contradict one of the fundamental assumptions of capitalist society; namely, there were all autonomous individuals making rational choices in pursuit of our own well-being. Advertising uses a lot of rhetorical strategies that are not very rational. For instance, randomly correlating the product with sexual desire generating new insecurities the product promises to alleviate associating the product with social status associating the product with random famous people associating the product with degenerate decadence associating the product with progressive social movements associating the product with communist revolution gazing longingly at dreamy Argentinean philosophy professor join the clone army completely original lighting gay orgies love cannot survive without diamonds Is this rational? Does it help people make genuine decisions about their own best interests? Of course not. The goal of advertising is not to satisfy the pre-existing needs that people have, it’s to endlessly create new needs. And that’s a lot to keep up with and it takes a lot of stamina, which is why it’s a good thing I discovered Vitalimax Plus! Every evening, before I start writing or shooting a video, I insert two Vitalimax Plus suppositories for a sustainable blast of power! With all-natural ginseng and opium extracts, Vitalimax Plus gives me the reckless euphoria and indifference to pain that I need to – get – it – in I start with a couple dozen oysters, eat some molly, maybe hit a couple almonds, then I take my Vitalimax Plus, and I’m ready to rip – it – open Vitalimax, for bottoms! Consumer society is all about goddamn lizards inventing desires which they implant in your brain through advertising. Then, they sell you the product that fulfills the desire that they invented, irrespective of whether the fulfillment of the desire actually contributes to your well-being in any way. So what we have is a society built not around meeting basic human needs or maximizing human happiness, but around the extravagant profits of powerful reptiles who tell you what to want and then sell it to you. and this would be a grim state of affairs in any circumstances, but it’s especially egregious in a country where many of the basic needs are not met. On the one hand, we have 40 million people living in this country with medical debt, spiraling tuition costs leading college students to take out loans they may never escape, more than half a million homeless people and 13 million children who have to go to school hungry. and on the other hand, we apparently have the resources to mass produce $400 juice-packet-squeezing machines
and $300 luxury ice cubes and there are apparently Americans who are willing to spend 50 million dollars on Barnett Newman paintings. I mean, it’s a fine painting, It’s got a lot of great red on it, but is it really worth the cost of feeding every homeless person in America for two weeks? Is this what an efficient economy looks like? If GDP is your only measure of efficiency, then maybe. But shouldn’t the economy serve humanity rather than the other way around? If millions of people are struggling under the weight of student debt, underemployment, and outrageous medical costs, then who gives a shit how many golden doughnuts we can produce What do I do with the gold on my fingers? Canto 4 Message to the Rich Alright you filthy goddamn reptiles, listen up. I have a pretty good barometer for internet politics, which is to say, politics. I mean, I noticed the alt-right thing pretty early and you can assign as much or as little significance to that as you choose. But what I’m picking up at the moment is that people are getting fuckin’ mad and they’re starting to get mad specifically at you, the rich. and you don’t just have to trust my intuitions here. Recent polling data shows that a majority of adults under the age of 30 do not support capitalism and almost a third support socialism. This is not the 80s anymore, you can’t continue to get richer and richer while the rest of the country is underemployed, in debt, and unable to afford health care. What you’re doing has been tried before
and it doesn’t end well You can’t just stroll around town dressed like this and live in houses like this when there are millions of peasants who don’t have enough to eat. They will eventually try to cut your heads off,
and judging by the mood I’m picking up on social media right now, if you don’t fix some shit and make life better for the masses, they are gonna cut your fucking heads off., I mean they won’t actually cut your heads off, but they will try, and you’ll have to deploy militarized police and you will crush them ruthlessly, but it’s gonna be a whole thing. bad for profits, and just all-around a real inconvenience for you. Nosey humanitarians will butt their heads in and they’re gonna make things awkward. The point is, shit cannot continue the way it’s going; something is gonna have to change. We can do this the easy way or the hard way: the choice is up to you. L1: Well, are you going to answer the phone? L2: There is no phone. There is only the side of the oppressed creature, the heart of a heartless world, the soul of a soulless condition. It’s best to just try and ignore it. Episode 5 Message to the Youth Alright kids, so you’re angry.
Well, good! The world sucks! There’s a lot to be angry about. What we have to do next is decide what to do with that anger. I don’t think tweeting aggressively is gonna cut it, so what do we do? Smash? Tabby, get in here! Sit down! Look, I know I’ve been kind of hard on you. Harsh words have been exchanged. But I need young radicals like you in my life.
The minute I stop listening to people like you is the minute I become irrelevant, so I apologize.
I never meant to hurt you. Baby, I’m sorry! I mean, look, I get it. Smashing is fun, but we also need to have a real plan, that’s all I’m saying. So what’s the plan? Revolution. Okay, yeah! Revolution! I mean, you’re right! Donald Trump is president. Fuck it! Revolution! We’ve gotta get better people in office. We’ve gotta vote in a whole different kind of politician, right? No, revolution. Ye- yes, I know revolution, but what kind of revolution? Like Project Mayhem? Gather your muskets ye militiamen and water the tree of liberty, what? No, I mean direct action. Okay, so like a general strike? No, end capitalism. Tabby, I’m not trying to say I have all the answers here, because I really don’t, but I think we should at least try to come up with something a little more substantive than just saying the word “revolution”. Like, I’m in support of radical movements: Occupy Wall Street, 1960’s uprisings. I think these kinds of movements can generate a lot of energy. They shift the Overton Window to the left, and they can have a big cultural impact. But none of them so far has ended capitalism and capitalism needs the state to maintain its power And we can change the state through electoral politics So why not direct some serious energy toward that? Well, revolutions have worked in Russia and China But no elected politician has ever even come close to ending capitalism in the U.S., So why do YOU think that will work? What’s to stop whoever you elect from getting absorbed by the same corrupt-finance backed system that every politician eventually has to swear allegiance to? Well, you’re not entirely wrong, but on the other hand, Chinese and Soviet Communism were not exactly super great. and in any case, I’m having a little bit of trouble imagining a 1917-style revolutionary army marching down Pennsylvania Avenue in 2018. Shouldn’t we focus on protecting abortion and getting affordable health care and education and ending mass incarceration and other achievable goals? What if the 2020 election is postponed? Well, then I WILL transition into you and become you unironically. Why not just be honest about your political stance? Are you a Democratic Socialist? Or would you actually support a revolution? Well, I prefer to just describe my positions and let others decide on the labels. Now, for you, Contrapoints, I mean, you’re still a heretic and an enemy of the Imperium and you are a daemonette of Slaanesh and everything like that, but I still like you. But what exactly are your positions? Um… Well… Kill everyone now, condone first degree murder Advocate cannibalism, eat shit Filth are my politics? Eat reptiles? Why do you keep saying reptiles when you mean capitalists? Oh because Marxist analysis is boring and it’s more interesting if the capitalists are reptiles But you sound like a conspiracy theorist. Aren’t you discrediting yourself by using David Icke’s vocabulary? Well, David Icke is selling a lot of books Can the same be said of Horkheimer? Have you read Horkheimer? Yes. Have you read Kropotkin? Yes. Have you read Bakunin? … No. You really can’t understand these issues until you’ve read Bakunin. Have you read Plekhanov? Have you read Goldman? Have you read Zetkin? Have you read Gramsci? Have you read Grindelwald? Have you read Slobodan Zarthusian? Have you read Sexus Arcanis? Have you read Slutsgonarevski? Tabby! I have half a PhD in reading tedious blowhards, and I’m telling you right now I ain’t reading any of that shit. and if being an encyclopedia of long-winded Eastern Bloc gibberish is a prerequisite for talking to you, then no one is going to listen to what you have to say. I think I’m just gonna go, this isn’t really working out. Wait, Tabby– Before you go, let me say one more thing. If you ever change your mind About leaving, leaving me behind Woah, baby, bring it to me Bring your sweet loving
Bring it on home to me I know I laughed when you left
But now I only, I only hurt myself Oh, baby, bring it to me Bring your sweet lovs
Bring it on home to me I’ll bring you jewelry and money too
Bu that ain’t all, that ain’t all I’ll do for you Oh baby, bring it to me,
bring your sweet love Bring it on home to me I know I’ll always be your slave
Until I’m buried, buried in my grave Tabby, bring it to me, bring your sweet love
Bring it on home to me Bring it on home, cat girl. Unsubscribed. It’s fuckin’ 2018, man.


  1. It would be a big mistake to think that China is a communist country…the gov literally arrest Marxist students because they support the workers who can't get paid.

  2. I'm well under 60 and want a land line. I'd prefer not to bath in anymore radiation than necessary. Also, landline phones SOUND better. Don't believe me? Try it.

  3. No need to cut their heads off, just cut their money off. Literally. What would happen if a sufficient number of people stopped spending money on anything that wasn't absolutely necessary? These reptiles, to use Contrapoints word, NEED our money. So let's withhold as much of it from them as we possibly can.

  4. Thing is some of the shittiest jobs are essential so people can enjoy the amenities the current western society holds. If you are happy with less and more traditional entertainment methods then go for it. But forget the world as we know it now. Shitty jobs are essential for the western society we have now. PS4 ? FOoget it. Gaming on pc? Forget it. Hell having internet? Forget it.

  5. Go to China. Or Somalia. Or north Korea. The world without America would be ruled by the 3rd Reich or commie Russia. Never forgotten.

  6. Sorry but I prefer to live in a capitalist country than one like China (which is hurdling towards a scary dystopian future) Cuba, Venezuela, Best Korea, etc. Sure I like what the Scandinavian countries have but taxes are insane. I don't want to work hard just for the state to take the majority of my wages. The state takes the place of the corporation/employer, you can leave and find a better one but it's significantly harder when it's the state's boot on your throat.

  7. Position: Anarchism

    "Anarchy is stateless socialism." – Michael Bakunin

    It's funny that the term anarchy has wrongly been associated (through conditioned programming?) with rebellion, war, unrest, and violence through force. Anarchy is almost the complete opposite of that.

    Anarchy is, as far as I see it, the most noble philosophy.

    The strange thing is that the associations that are tied to anarchy can easily be found to be true of capitalism. It shows that the power structure and desire to maintain that power structure does so through incriminating actions that devalue, debase, and destroy the lives of people who it deems are 'unworthy'.

    And while the younger generation of our society today pushes for more progressive social movements by looking at the injustices done under the name of power structures like slavery, its pretty ludicrous for capitalism to excuse itself as anything other than a form of slavery that is anything but human hearted.

    The problem is: what do you do? It seems even the prosperity Gospels have people brainwashed into thinking that if someone is prosperous and abundant then it's because they are virtuous and 'the Universe' – even God – supports them. How ludicrous!

    This issue has bled deep into the psyche of America under the name of 'values'. And without constantly challenging these values with the truth that this system is anything but barbaric people will continue to be indoctrinated into it luring the innocent-minded with its glamorous and 'virtuous' facade dressed in gold, extolled by its false promises of 'equal' opportunity and justice for the 'hard worker'.

    I gotta slow down. This issue gets me hot headed.

  8. 1. The revolutions that happened because of years of mass starvation, poverty, losing wars, and that wealth and power was only given to those who inherited. Even if trump named himself president for life and appointed his son his heir I don't think the masses will turn off Netflix and leave their comfortable homes to sleep in the streets to fight a war they haven't been trained to.

    May be the far left journalist should have addressed the needs of the homeless and the poor of all races and genders instead of addressing that some Hollywood actress got a million less than her male co star or Bree Larsen got smiled at. WHOOPS. One can't be the voice of the poor instead of going from the white rich men on the east coast to white rich white women on the west coast.

    Historically when the revolutions came there were power grabs and no one sees those regimes as utopian civilizations.

    With the French revolution after they killed the rich people, they killed the trades people (who were broke), their servants (who were broke), and the church. After that they started killing those they didn't believe in cause and then the leaders started killing each other for not being woke enough.

    Military government lead to a military dictator who appointed himself emperor. It would go back from emperor to king for a half a century until after nearly 80 years they established a government for the and by the people. Took 80 years, alot died, and power grabs

  9. No lie, got to the end of the video and immediately got a text from Domino's. The Lizards are in my phone. Dammit.

  10. All those "problems" you list for a capitalist are opportunities to fill a need help others and make yourself useful and profitable
    Health care "socialized" would be to deem a doctors value is set by Non doctors that the service they offer is is fixed and all the school and training and DEBT to obtain a highly useful and in demand profession is not worth what that individual paid for it (time and money) why would anyone want to go though all that when they could do far less and get "equal " pay. How would a Gov official or "oversight" committee know what a service is worth what You as a skilled individual is worth? what is the "opinion" of the committee person worth? Let the market decide supply and demand if there is money to be made more will go there to get it lower the cost improving the quality and bettering everyone's life along the way when that market is flooded another will be rising to the top to once again be sought after. Strife for success strive to make your place fill a need and or have a product or service people want to Pay you for.

  11. It seems that it takes balance of left and right. Is a market economy based on supply and demand sufficient enough to provide social stability. Is a command economy based on government directed production enough to provide social stability?
    Shitty jobs are on both sides but in command economy how much choice would a person have?
    What a pity that today's society is not as good as it could be and under appreciated for modern convenience.
    If a person living today had to go back and live before 1950, I think that person would ask to go to the present day. Think about health care and dental care before 1950. Ouch! Think about grocery stores today verses before 1950.
    So capitalist progress will be OK if a balance of the left and right are maintained.
    Hard for blue collar to admire a limousine liberal.

  12. How about modifying capitalism? I mean the communist alternative already failed hard in the past.
    Specifically delegalising wage work. Giving every human worker a percentage stake in the venture they're labouring for. Wouldn't that simple correction fix almost everyting? I mean I know simple solutions usually fail miserably for complex problems, but think about this one for a while. Im just a simple peasant with an idea, please Natalie, analyse this for me, nay, do it for us.
    ps.: And I guess doing something with regulating adverising wouldnt't hurt either.

  13. I will do a video response, my dear friend, it's quite sad because your entire example goes off on a tangent about private companies residing within a corporatist system that is so far removed from anything remotely free market that it's a rather strange claim, but I'll give credit where due, at least you concede to the fact that capitalism does pertain to individualism, the only problem is, you misinterpreted the meaning of that.

  14. Let’s get a lot of pizza and then start attacking the front gate of the White House and at Wall Street again! Bring guns!

  15. "We need to come up with a better plan than just saying the word revolution over and over"

    I feel personally attacked 😭

  16. Not sure where you have evolved your ideas to since this was made, but I really enjoyed the intelligence and humor. You are articulate in all the right ways, and I admire that. Christopher Hitchens, as a secular humanist, saw the details and the irony and the dark humor of things and was able to articulate himself. It is refreshing to see someone young exploring these kinds of terrains.

    From my perspective some areas needing to be included in this kind of discussion, are the social consensus that drives caloric exchange of willingness that capitalism represents. As a construct Capitalism seems to be an evolutionary survival concept that allows for energetic exchange but also a constant imbalance in value and acquisition. Marx was right when he talked about the human component of the soul, but as a culture we sacrifice the integrity of that information in order to survive a debt based modality where the very function of survival becomes Vida Modus Operandi. Our life's function is to serve the corporate models in a form of indentured servitude. Locke was looking at this in economic theory as " "The price of any commodity rises or falls, by the proportion of the number of buyers and sellers." Valuation by distribution and perceived need, but when life itself becomes commodified how does the arbitration of value work?
    Supply and Demand evolved from a theoretical construct at a time when rampant poverty and the inequitable distribution of wealth and power were shifting through radical revisioning and the development of the idea of individuated entrepreneurialism, which was a false myth in that the wealth was still concentrated in the hands of the virtual nobility which, over time, evolved into the corporate state. Adam Smith "explained the concept of supply and demand as an "invisible hand" that naturally guides the economy." Over time that "hand" corrupts as the means of controlling supply and demand dwindles down to smaller and smaller channels. Capitalism, per se, is not the driving force behind the issues driving cultural destabilization and existential ennui, but in my opinion it is the lack of an altruistic construct that recognizes the fundamental impermanence of the model by incorporating the human and humane elements and acknowledgement of the reality of mortality and death. That wealth does not survive nor transcend the mortality membrane and that, within a fixed resource system, the only real model is where the benefit of all is to the very real benefit of the individual. In order to realize this we would have to re-assess our systems of random value, overhaul and remove the debt based economic modality and re-imagine economic theory to incorporate the real human costs and benefits of a system that sees the whole rather than the microcosm of exchange and the illusion/delusion of acquired wealth. Unless it becomes possible to quantify the caloric measure of exchange beyond arbitrary valuation and willingness, and re-imagine an altruistic cycle, then the patterns of divisiveness within the human realm, as you so aptly point to, thrive in conditions that foster divisiveness. Anyway, just my 2 cents…
    I respect immensely your explorations and look forward to learning more from you.

  17. If capitalism turned us into soyboy cucks then why has it only done it in the past 1-2 decades? We’ve had a capitalist society for a long long time and until now it was fine. Until cultural marxism and feminism came along. You fucking dumb marxists just don’t understand capitalism and so you complain when you lose. It’s like nature. You have to work hard and do shit to do better. Except when you flunk your way through school and then waste your time with communism and end up in a shitty min wage job. You always complain about ceo’s making so much more money than you but the ceo is doing a much harder stressful job, they worked a lot harder than you to get their and they are a hell of a lot smarter than you. Just shut the fuck about your shitty communist theories when it has not worked ONCE!!!

  18. The first time I watched this, I loved it, but now when I watch it, I cringe everytime she brings up lizards or lizard overlords. Like damn Natalie, anti-semetic much?

  19. I really have issues with YouTube's algorithms that they keep showing me stuff from Blaze TV when I really want a queer woman to remind me capitalism sucks. You make me depressed and laugh at the same time. Thanks.

  20. 0615 hence the reason I've decided to just scream at each other versus my inability to speak with you in a mature and sensible straightforward manner

  21. Ah…it seems like human beings will forever be complaining about the ‘misallocation’ of money and resources, look at all this waste, what could we do with all that money people waste on golden doughnuts and shitty paintings…but when you remove the incentives to create and make money the alternative is much worse, far worse.

  22. Natalie you are a gorgeous goddess and you should TOWER over these hoes in whatever heels your heart desires <3 fuck capitalism from barring you from ur dreams

  23. Also, cause I keep coming back to these videos, the question at the beginning "what did all these people die for?" I mean, they weren't giving their lives willingly. They didn't have a choice about it, the world was forced on them. There's no shame in dying for nothing, that's how most people die.

    Only real shame is living for nothing.

  24. Why do all tech giants keep sending me to these crap faggotty whiney anti western crap. FFS, dont people walk in parks anymore?

  25. Anyone know the music used in the intro credits roll with the name of the video? Tried all the songs listed in the music section, none of them were right.

  26. HEY!! 😠 if it hadn't been for capitalists we would never have found a cure for ring around the collar!!!😬

  27. Dude your humour is ON POINT! Especially in regards to the topic of this video…how come I haven't found you earlier?! smh

  28. I've been trying to say this for years but you said it 1000000X better than I ever could. And it disappoints me more than I can describe that the entire US hasn't seen it already and as a consequence our problems are not solved.

  29. The impending doom to the reptiles’ collective heads is limited more by the supply of guillotines and axes than it is by fervor

  30. Everything is wrong with capitalism

    Its very purpose is to fuck up those underneat you till either you collapse or get "revolutionized" by the protaliteriat

    Also i did not see that Heretic and slanneshi deamon label coming. XD

  31. Natalie, do you still stand by that point? The "I will unironically transition into you" if the 2020 elections are "postponed" point.

    I will match your transition with my own. If the 2020 elections get "postponed" and you transition into a communist catgirl, I will also complete my transition into a communist catgirl.

  32. Actually, "Shitty Job" could be suitable for the new currents of marxism derived from commodity fetishism like Wertkritik. Which are cooler than the rancid roota. 😀

  33. "Why is the world bad? What did all these people die for?" USAs support of Israel. Dont you know that? You think this was about the "way of life" of a bunch of people on a different continent? Way to eat up the rebranding of the real reason for 9/11.

  34. Yea capitalism called me a racist, homophobic, transphobic, mysoginist bigoted neo nazi for being born straight, white and male. It definitely wasn’t feminists, leftists and communists no no it was capitalism.

  35. You talk some serious points, so i really feel dumb to say that you are in fact a damn good singer 😂

  36. Obviously it had to be a mentally unstable tr*nny
    Cant even except his own gender, of course it wouldn't understand economics or rights

  37. The problem is that even if we end capitalism, it will come back almost immediately. It’s in human nature, people are going to claim things as their own and then someone else is going to ask for it and then it will be “Well you need to give me something in return”, then this ripples out and capitalism is back within a few years. As long as things are in finite supply, capitalism can’t be destroyed

  38. wow Im so glad I found you you're brilliant… I saw you on TYT The Damage Report and was instantly taken by your intelligence. Better I found you now then never. Your beautiful and intelligent and funny what a combination.

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