RUTHLESS CRITICISM

“If we have no business with the construction of the future or with organizing it for all time, there can still be no doubt about the task confronting us at present: the ruthless criticism of the existing order, ruthless in that it will shrink neither from its own discoveries, nor from conflict with the powers that be.” — Karl Marx

The State: Your Friend?
The political power over capitalist society
What is the State and How Does It Organize the Capitalist Economy?
Rule based on the will of the ruled
What is Freedom?
Loved by all, celebrated by many, criticized by no one
Violence, Force and Power
The state wants to be the “supreme power” without any competition
The National Budget: On the Economy of Political Domination
A budget unlike any other
“The State Saves!”
The people are too expensive
The Taxpayer
Powerless, discontent, appreciated
The Political Uses of Environmental Degradation and Protection
Destruction of nature – only in correct amounts
The Welfare State: Nothing But the Management of Capitalistic Poverty
Its existence shows the inability of wages to support a working class
Dismantling the Welfare State: A Totally Imperialistic Program
The citizens get to experience what it costs them to be economic resources of a rich and powerful nation with world power
Justice Is Another Word for Impoverishment
A suitable value for an austerity program
Theses on the Constitutional State
What rules when the law rules?
Freedom of Opinion – Thinking on Behalf of the State
Permission to be inconsequential
The Business About Human Rights
The political power grants the generous permission to be a person – and showers itself with praise for this deed
Labor Law
Organizing the conflict between employers and employees
Nationalism
The most stable ideology in the whole world
Freedom and Equality
As good as their reputation?
Rights and Classes
A reason to be grateful?
Equality Before the Law
Some tacky questions about a supreme good
The “War Budget”
Business and violence simply fit indissolubly well together in the market economy
The Value of Freedom Is To Die for the State Which Grants It
Against the costs of freedom!