September 07, 2011

Proudhon, zusammengefasst von Shea und Wilson

"Okay, okay, I think I've got most of it. Property is theft because the Illuminati land titles are arbitrary and unjust. And so are their banking charters and railroad franchises and all the other monopoly games of capitalism -"
"Of state capitalism. Not of true laissez-faire."
"Wait. Property is impossible because the world is a verb, a burning house as Buddha said. All things are fire. My old pal Heracleitus. So property is theft and property is impossible. How do we get to property is liberty?"
"Without private property there can be no private decisions."
"So we're back where we started from?"
"No, we're one flight higher up on the spiral staircase. Look at it that way. Dialectically, as your Marxist friends say."
"But we are back at private property. After proving it's an impossible fiction."
"The Statist form of private property is an impossible fiction. Just like the Statist form of communal property is an impossible fiction. Think outside the State framework, George. Think of property in freedom."
Robert Shea/Robert Anton Wilson, The Illuminatus! Trilogy, nach der Ausgabe London 1998, S.410-411.

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