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  • Writer's pictureMaja Loncar

Ethics of Ownership

Updated: Oct 16, 2018

In our ancient past, private ownership was a tool to suppress the power of monarchists, while today private owners of capital rule the world.

It could be concluded that ethical balance between the capital and the power has been lost. Thousands of wars throughout our history have enabled transformation of capital ownership among people and created new multilateral borders; nowadays borders do not exist and corporations are parallely advocating and developing their own managing and protecting mechanisms.

In such circumstances the government representatives resemble a marketing agency team, who are not working for the account of the state, although the state is paying their expenses but in the interest of the owners of the capital or in other terms individuals, neglecting the interest of majority and work force.

In addition, school curriculum and programmes support such scheme by alternating the "concept" of truth in the favor of private capital owners, purposely hiding the truth that countries, being the holders of capitals, do not exist anymore.

If countries don't have capital and borders anymore, what do they have? Or in other words, who owns countries and people's heritage?

Who cares about the rights of workforce?
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