Capitalism Kills by William T. Hathaway

“It was in just such a fit of loathing that the idea for my new novel, Lila, the Revolutionary, came to me. I was appalled by how capitalism has become so pervasive and aggressive, a globalized madness. In despair, I saw all these predatory men and women in dark suits commanding us, marching us resolutely towards war and poverty. They’re so powerful and blind…and they’re everywhere. What’s the way out of this? How can we overthrow this murderous system? Then a phrase from the Bible in the came to me: “A little child shall lead them.”

Dandelion Salad

Ducks and Chickens Living Together! Image by Alan Levine via Flickr

by William T. Hathaway
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Germany
June 29, 2015

“The world can only be changed by people who don’t like it,” wrote Bertolt Brecht in explaining why radicals have a negative attitude about the society we live in. We don’t like the way things are. Sometimes our dislike can even become loathing.

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