Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The V-50 Controversy

In the 60's a very fat man named Galambos had a very big insight into the nature of human society: he realized it was all fucked up. He also realized it could be automatically fixed if everyone had control of their own property. Which has never been the case in human history. Human history has been the control control of Mr. Smith's property by Mr. Jones. And the way Mr. Jones got control of Mr. Smith's property was by taking it without Mr. Smith's permission. As a rule Mr. Jones was a government official who was acting "rightly and in good conscience within the auspices of the law." He was confiscating Mr. Smith's property within a cascade of meaningless verbiage, in other words. The word "tax" is usually tossed around as a substitute for confiscate by the Mr. Joneses of this world. Although when the cops confiscate a drug-dealer's Ferrari they don't even bother to use the word tax. They just use the word confiscate. So fucked up as cops are they are more accurate in their terminology than legislators. Galambos realized that property rights are the only rights a person actually has. He realized, like Madonna, that we live in a material world and we are all material girls. These are very useful insights and correct ones but Galambos also had a CRAZY insight, and that was that anyone who he taught his insights to regarding the nature of society was bound to never reveal these insights to anyone else. He would insist they sign a pledge never to say a word to anyone about his insights. Well somebody must have broken their pledge because now other people are giving V-50 courses. The V stands for "volition." I don't know what the 50 stands for. The people who claim to be Galambos's heirs and estate are claiming that this is wrong. They say that people cannot willy nilly teach Galambos' theories without permission. They would likely also say that people could not teach Einstein's theories with EINSTEIN'S permission. What is the lesson to be learned here. Well, the lesson to be learned here is that no matter how smart someone might be, at rock bottom he is still a greedy, clutching, apple-snatching monkey. Even if he's a monkey who comes up with a brilliant insight into the natural and non-coercive means to eradicating all apple-snatching forever. HAHAHAHAHAHA. Humans. They're great.


At January 12, 2010 at 7:51 PM , Blogger Bob Frapples said...

Maybe, Hagar the Horrible has the right idea. He pillages as a regular job, comes home, eats, and goes to bed. He gets up and does it again the next day...
Could work ya know.

At January 12, 2010 at 9:48 PM , Blogger jj solari said...

the irs does that.


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