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undergroundpanther Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-29-05 06:30 PM
Response to Reply #117
Stealing for Needs VS stealing all you can to hoard wealth.

Hoarding while others suffer is wrong.
Stealing to hoard while you have and not out of need or survial is wrong.
Hoarding to keep when you have plenty and depriving others of what they need is wrong.

When is having enough ENOUGH?
And where do you draw the line?

Would you kill to save a car?

If that car could be used to pay for a lot of diapers and formula?

What if that car is being stripped in a mafia chop shop and the mob pockets the profits?

Whare do you draw the line?

The car will never feel the pain of a bullet ripping flesh, it's mother will not be devistated,a car cannot feel the pain of hunger,a car will not benifiert from the mafias profits..

It is a dumb thing an object,a commodity.

People on the other hand are not commodities until a society makes them think they must become objects to be used and pay to exist on a world that once gave resources to all equally and freely until the property people decided only they owned it and defended it with guns.
Than a belief was born.a very sick deeply ientrenced belief that has hurt humanity for millenia.Winners take,losers are objects to be used by winners..
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