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The very late (we’re working on that) but very essential September/October issue of Gilbert Magazine went to press today and should be arriving in subscribers’ mailboxes in a couple of weeks.
Chesterton put it this way: “Too much capitalism does not mean too many capitalists, but too few capitalists.” The enemy is not capitalism and wealth but the great concentration of wealth in the Servile State, or into Corporations, or into private hands. Too much capitalism means too few capitalists.
They were a scratch company of barbarians and slaves and poor and unimportant people; but their formation was military; they moved together and were very absolute about who and what was really a part of their little system; and about what they said, however mildly, there was a ring like iron.
Top companies have ended their financial support of Planned Parenthood. This is of course very good news and we applaud these companies for cutting off the spigot of cash to Murder Inc.
In a word, Compulsory Education is Conscription. It is as modern as Conscription, as scientifically organised as Conscription, and it acted in international affairs to exactly the same manner as Conscription.