Comment: Animalistic humans and the free market

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Animalistic humans and the free market

Wild animals function within a social hierarchy based on the strong dominating the weak. But they don't possess a transcendent morality like humans, which translates into moral judgements that protect the weak from being robbed and killed by the strong. The same darwinian hierarchy that governs wild animals (strong dominate the weak) is the underlying principle practiced by Machiavellian tyrants who feign morality while imposing the full weight of moral judgement on their citizens. This animalistic, darwinian principle is also used to justify the lawless, immoral activities of large corporations, their officers, and boards of directors, who define this business model as the free market. This moral and legal double standard is the root of corruption in human society.

Check out the post titled "Morals, Ethics and the Role of Gov't in a Capitalist Economy". (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference) (Fast and Furious hearing)