I had thought I would never write another journal entry, as the idea that nothing eats stars seemed the most important idea I could ever have. Well, it's not. Or not quite. I have become entranced by socialism, and its promise. But first, capitalism and its defenders must be laid low. Which, as many say, Karl Marx did a century ago. His argument is moral: the extra labour done by workers is siphoned off by capitalists, and they have no say in what is done with their work. To Marx, this is wrong. I agree. Capitalists then counter with "Greed is good" and the weak must serve the strong.
There is, however, a simpler argument: if everyone lives