To Capitalism (first letter)


On behalf of myself (or selves as the case might be with these not sent letters), and while sincerely devoted, with the warmest sentiments of affection and duty, to the inherent dignity, intelligence and sensitivities of all peoples, and while attached to the present happy establishment of related beliefs, and with a mind(s) deeply impressed by a sense of the present and impending misfortunes of the idea of Society on this Earth, and having considered as maturely as time, science and indigenous knowledge have allowed, the circumstances of said Earth, I esteem it an indispensable duty to make the following declarations, of humble opinions, respecting the most essential rights and liberties of all peoples and the Earth, and of the grievances under which they labour, by reason of the unchecked selfishness and temporary gratification of the few that you persist in facilitating.
1st. That all profits end forthwith.
2nd. That the prosperity and happiness of all life on Earth depend on the full and free enjoyment of mutual aid and advantageous affections.
Lastly, that it is the indispensable duty of all peoples, by a loyal address of these previous two declarations, while always in humble collaboration with the Earth, to eliminate any and all lies that have led to this moment with you and still remain.