Labor Is Meaningless – Consumers Are Not


Obvious but interesting, is that marxist labor theory of value, and even their supposed social value of ‘labor’ are both in fact valueless and non-logical. But the presence of a ‘consumer’ is not.

It’s not that business value labor. It’s that business and capitalists need CUSTOMERS in order to organize production.

The challenge in expanding any economy, and in the satisfaction of consumer wants, is not production – it is voluntarily organization production for the satisfaction of demonstrated consumer wants.

Money supplies us with information that represents the accumulated savings of time, created by the division of knowledge and labor.

I know this is pretty obvious (and incomplete as an argument) but I still am amazed at how the marxist zombie simply continues to walk the face of the earth.

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