Notable Quotes: Kel Kelly

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Consider this remarkable irony: we citizens put our faith in government—the entity that steals from us, causes wars, imprisons and starves innocent citizens, and is an absolute monopoly—to provide for us and keep us safe. At the same time, we see businesses—which have eradicated diseases and starvation, engaged in peaceful exchanges instead of war, are fully restrained by hungry competitors (in free markets), produce virtually everything we currently own and enjoy, and pay us our wages and provide capital for us to improve our productivity—as our enemies from whom we need protection. These commonly held but irrational prejudices form the very foundation of the political arguments espoused by professional anti-capitalist “thinkers.”

This is an excerpt from Kel Kelly’s “The Case for Legalizing Capitalism
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