Re: Albanian situations/irrational political systems.

Lee Daniel Crocker (
Wed, 5 Mar 1997 17:54:29 -0800 (PST)

> Ho wait, i didn't mean to say fraud was inherent to capitalist systems.

You called something a "Pyramid system", and then called it capitalist.
If you don't mean to imply that such a fraudulent scheme is capitalist,
then don't say so. I must assume that you mean what you say; if you
don't, then there's no point arguing with you.

> isn't relying on companies who commit fraud today on a daily basis, to
> protect you from fraud when payed, a little naive ?

I honestly don't have the slightest clue what you're trying to say here.
Tie this to reality for me: name names, give examples, show me what you
mean. I'd really like to have an idea what's going on inside your head,
but these words don't help.

> The main concern i still have with a complete free market, stateless system
> is social stability, which i believe is just as important for a growing
> economy as a free market. Just thought a current example migth give more
> insight in these matters. Guess it was a little too controversial ? ;-)

Fuck Stability. Value Life.

Lee Daniel Crocker <>