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Corresponding Wikipedia article: Capitalism

The Reformation and struggle against the Catholic Church, which was enriched by the subjugated peoples, evolved into the bourgeois revolution. A bourgeois (from Old Germanic "Burg": city) is an urbanite. The grown medieval cities of Europe were inhabited by various dealers, merchants and moneylenders, who desired the development of their business.

Capitalism implies establishing the monetary value and trading of almost all values. Thus, the money becomes one of the main values of life, like a religious dogma. According to the Middle Eastern tradition, the money is considered silver and gold. This is manifested in the concentration of gold in the financial systems. The capitalism can be called the worship to the "golden calf", to which the Jews were addicted in the times of Moses.

Religious foundations of capitalism are outlined in Deuteronomy (second edition of the Law of Moses)
(15:4-6) …the LORD shall greatly bless thee in the land which the LORD thy God giveth thee for an inheritance to possess it: Only if thou carefully hearken unto the voice of the LORD thy God, to observe to do all these commandments which I command thee this day. For the LORD thy God blesseth thee, as he promised thee: and thou shalt lend unto many nations, but thou shalt not borrow; and thou shalt reign over many nations, but they shall not reign over thee.
(23:19-20) Thou shalt not lend upon usury to thy brother; usury of money, usury of victuals, usury of any thing that is lent upon usury: Unto a stranger thou mayest lend upon usury; but unto thy brother thou shalt not lend upon usury: that the LORD thy God may bless thee in all that thou settest thine hand to in the land whither thou goest to possess it.

The bourgeois revolution is a total or partial downfall of the national elite (the nobility) and looting of their property. The new national government performs fewer functions, and it gives management also to the "supranational" or international organizations, where the Jews are very important.

The French Revolution is the most catastrophic bourgeois revolution, which killed almost the entire national aristocracy of France. In the recent decades of "Old Regime" the noble lords became the capitalists, who enriched due to the class inequality, which considerably increased the gap between rich and poor people. The revolution with the slogan of liberty, equality and fraternity had brought the country into chaos and had equalized the rights of everyone. As a result, the Freemasons began to manage the country. This brought the Napoleon to power, who tried to create another "Roman Empire" and to conquer Western Europe and Russia also. Something similar to the French Revolution occurred in Russia only in the beginning of XX century.

Bank of England is the first European private bank, which performed a governmental function: issue of the paper money, one of the first banknotes in Europe. This became possible after defeat and robbery of the King Charles I by O. Cromwell. Then the Jews, who were expelled before by Edward I, returned back to England, and the free entrepreneurship was allowed. The founders and the original owners of this bank are unknown. This private bank in the XVIII-XIX cc. funded the impoverished British government, which returned the loans at the expense of taxpayers and British colonies. All the central banks in all the Christian countries including the US Federal Reserve System are working similar to the Bank of England.

The issuing of money, which is not supported by the real renewable resources, causes the concentration of real resources in the hands of those, who produce the money. The continuous issuing of money is inevitable, when the money are lending with the bank rate. This causes the inflation and devaluation of money either fast or slowly. This system is supported by the following misconceptions:

  • Barter always causes inflation. This happens so, when the money is valued above its real value, and the money supply is redundant. The value of banknotes is increased by the rejection of barter, as if raising the demand for money.
  • Increase in the volume of money is compensated by the commodity production. This is true in case of equal durability of the banknotes and the commodities. The banks are always exchange the damaged and dilapidated banknotes for the new ones for free, and the cashless payment systems provide the secure data storage and payments. At the same time, any highest quality industrial products (including the real estate) gradually lose their real value immediately after the manufacturing. The inflation is constrained only by the continuous production and marketing of new products, which is called the economic growth. The various industries (advertising etc.), which support the cult of consumption, exist for this purpose.
  • The virtual values such as the equity capital, the trademarks and the copyrights are fully equivalent to the real commodities and money. The listed values are often the result of creative work of the talented people, who provide services to other people. These services are one-time, and they cannot be the renewable resources. The meaning of these values is only the redistribution of real values for benefit of the creative talented people, who live in the conditions of market.

The industrial revolution and evolution is a side effect of the capitalism, which requires the mass production of commodities for the minimal costs.

Cybernetics is a scientific field, which includes the development of artificial intelligence and automation to minimize the living labor. This field began to flourish in the XX century, when the trade unions became stronger and the living standards of employees were improved. This field is based on the theories of mathematicians such as N. Wiener, J. von Neumann and A. Turing.

The capitalism encourages various industries to create "all from nothing", i.e. the products made of minimal real resources:

  • Information products, the licensed media of art (movies, music, etc.) and the information technologies, as well as the distributable licenses.
  • Miniaturization and microelectronics for cybernetics. Silicon Valley originally concentrated the industry of products, which are made of the silicon compounds (literally sand).
  • Nanotechnology is a next step in the development of miniaturization and the products made of "garbage", that is the single atoms and molecules of the readily available materials such as carbon. The development of cybernetics in this direction is also supposed.
  • Virtual reality is an attempt to create virtual property and markets.

The development of science in these areas leads the mankind away from the knowledge and development of the real life, that is, from biology, ecology, psychology, parapsychology etc.

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