Xybor & the Cosmonauts | Capitalism is Eating Itself

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Capitalism is Eating Itself

by Xybor & the Cosmonauts

"Capitalism is Eating Itself" is a protest and venting song about the financial misdeeds wrought upon us by unscrupulous bankers and market manipulators. The "Gnomes of Wall Street" have made billions while the little people suffer. Grrr!!
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Capitalism is Eating Itself is a protest song. The name of the song derives from a quote by Karl Marx that capitalism's success as an economic system relies on continuous and increasing consumption. Eventually, it will satiate itself and can no longer grow, at which point it eats itself.

I wrote the song in frustration with the financial meltdown that occurred in 2008 and continues to ripple across the system more than 4 years later. In addition to the massive disruptions that are engulfing many countries, the severe unequal distribution of wealth leaves more than 1 billion people in the world going to bed each night with not enough to eat. A sad commentary.

So check it out. It is definitely music worth listening to.


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