The Systemic Abuse of the Productive Class: It Ends when We Say it Does


The controlling group of Western Civilization, and the world in general, is the productive class: the people who produce and whose work makes things happen. The problem is that they don’t think they have a right to live in ways that make sense for them. We, the productive, can end our abuse whenever we change our minds about it, and we, as individuals, can do a lot to bring that about. In this issue we will clarify our right to live our way, and we’ll answer the larger question: What is “the way of producers”?



Calling abuse systemic is a challenging thing, but we all sense that it’s true nonetheless. This issue examines not only that problem but a way out of it. It also delves into executing judgment, the counter-argument of “judge not,” and patent mining.