Systemic to Capitalism: Global Warming, Racism. And War

Global Warming is Systemic to Capitalism What are the Greenhouse Gas Changes Since the Industrial Revolution?

Racism is Systemic to Capitalism

From its Origins, Racism has Been been an intuecgal pard of the Capitalist system:  The discovery of gold and silver in America, the extirpation, enslavement, and entombment in mines of the aboriginal population, the beginning of the conquest and looting of the East Indies, the turning of Africa into a warren for the commercial hunting of black-skins, signalized the rosy dawn of the era of capitalist production.  … If money … comes into the world with a congenital blood-stain on one cheek, capital comes dripping from head to foot, from every pore, with blood and dirt. — Capital, Volume One, Part VIII, Chapter 31, (the) “Genesis of the Industrial Capitalist”.

Wars for Markets are Systemic to Captialism

Lenin said in Chapter 7: Imperialism as a Special Stage of Capitalismthe  First World War (1914–1918) was “an annexationist, predatory, plunderous war”[3] among empires, whose historical and economic background must be studied “to understand and appraise modern war and modern politics”.[4] That for capitalism to generate greater profits than the home market can yield, the merging of banks and industrial cartels produces finance capitalism, and the exportation and investment of capital to countries with undeveloped and underdeveloped economies. In turn, that financial behaviour divides the world among monopolist business companies. In colonizing undeveloped countries, business and government will engage in geopolitical conflict over the exploitation of labour of most of the population of the world. Therefore, imperialism is the highest (advanced) stage of capitalism, requiring monopolies to exploit labour and natural resources, and the exportation of finance capital, rather than manufactured goods, to sustain colonialism, which is an integral function of imperialism. Moreover, in the capitalist homeland, the super-profits yielded by the colonial exploitation of a people and their economy permit businessmen to bribe native politicians, labour leaders and the labour aristocracy (upper stratum of the working class) to politically thwart worker revolt (labour strike) and placate the working class’