A creative couple of videos on the dynamics of commodity production and consumption. The analysis here is proof yet again that the method of Marx, compared with all of the other attempts at explaining our world, is far superior.
With all that is happening no wonder we can’t get on the television and they give Paul Krugman a Nobel Prize. Supply and demand? Pshaw. To know is to be armed.
More of these sketches of capitalist economy with names like Felix the Cat and Capitalist Competition and The Matrix and Machines can be found at Brendan Cooney’s Kapitalism 101. This discussion needs to be constantly happening and, at least for my generation, it hasn’t. Hats off to Kapitalism 101 for helping to break that poor tradition.