The Roots of Capitalist Crisis - Part 3: Its fundamental operating principle, which made its vertiginous development and productiveness possible, becomes, as a result of this same development, an insurmountable obstacle to it, which condemns it to economic collapse 2. That fundamental principle is the law of value, the measurement of material wealth in abstract labor time. This law existed before capitalism, wherever independent producers began to trade the products of their labor, because it was the only possible one.
April 9, at But I did have a few problems with this post. The emphasis on that point seems to mostly be a reverse halo effect this group is bad with one thing so therefore they must be bad at everything.
Look how that turned out namely 4 years of war. Not to mention that casualties throughout the war have been high, finding an alternate way to win makes sense even given current victories to cut down on casualties and speed up the long slow process of final victory. Remember that the regime still has a TON of territory it needs to take back to secure the country still.
Well Trump was against intervention against Syria the first time they got blamed for an attack and the Tillerson quote about not prioritizing regime change anymore could have been taken as a sign the US was not interested in intervention.
This timing can be argued both for the regime feeling secure enough to use alternate weapons that might win the war faster and cheaper just as well as the desperation leading to false flag attacks argument.
Protagoras April 9, at Surely it must be possible to rupture a sarin container and disperse its content without destroying it.
Some kinds of sarin ammunition are binary: In this case I suppose that blowing up the ammunition may not allow the precursor to mix and react efficiently. But not all types of sarin ammunition are binary. The only scenario where it could have been rebel sarin is if the rebels actually have substantial manufacturing facilities where they are producing and mixing sarin.
This makes zero sense unless you are then using it immediately on the battlefield, which is definitely not happening. Otherwise it makes much more sense to have much more limited production facilities and store the precursors until you need them.
What makes a lot more sense is that Al Qaeda and other rebel groups were making substantial incursions in that region which they were and either the Syrian government or an individual commander made the decision to stall that advance using chemical weapons thinking that there would either not be a US reaction or that it would not be so bad as to counteract the advantage of using the weapons.A Labor Day statistic.
Mom and Dad figure it's a promotion because Dad's IBM division has been doing so well (by IBM standards - it's not hemorrhaging money). She says she'll keep me posted. Over oatmeal, Bug and me were looking at some of the foreign employees - from France, or something - who were smoking outside in the cold and rain.
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