Market Theology

The psychosis engendered by dependence on market theology generates many varieties of sociopathic behavior, but sanity is not so much based on doctrine as on authenticity.

The market system embraced by our political and religious institutions, based on theft rather than generosity, is contrary to the inherent indigenous values we once shared in common. People who expose the false right/left dichotomy have to be marginalized within the intellectual confines of synthetic society, so perpetuating market propaganda remains useful for the less-evolved consciousness of party politics.

All the more reason not to let them determine the discussion.

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~ by Jay Taber on December 11, 2008.

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