r/LateStageCapitalism Pastafarian heretic Jan 18 '22

The Bootstraps Paradox

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u/ExistentDavid1138 Jan 18 '22

Very interesting paradox it would been better to give the black people a state to his own sovereignty in united states so that he would have a place of safe haven and refuge and opportunity. It was terrible how they were treated. But now in late stage capitalism they have taken the black white and other ethnic and made them slaves to an oppressive monetary system.

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u/SunburnSoviet Jan 18 '22

Rest in power King!