Rampant Capitalism within Neoliberal Football League
“Capital is dead labor, which, vampire-like, lives only by sucking living labor, and lives the more, the more labor it sucks.” – Karl Marx
As seen in the non football part of the year the man in the high castle unleashing hegemonic influence on the prole. Promises made in the past broken in the future, via demands of ******* pay-cuts. ******** treaties made between the prole and the bourgeoisie were once made and those conventions ensure collateral within myopian view of the prole. It is the ulterior motive of the bourgeoisie that in building the contract plans to comdemn the peasants to the streets once the resource has run dry and sacrifices little in terms of capital to do such. Loopholes within the system allow big brother to restrict pay to a prole simply but dumping him by a certain date. By definition is pure alienation.
With such said, there are the capital inequities we see through the quarters position, as better known as the bourgeoisie position. You may ask how? I’d be inclined to tell you how under any economic recession or surplus that the player receiving the most capital is not the most deserving and it is ******* ********. Mr. Joe by no definition is deserving of the capital he rakes in. Neither is the **** failure in newyork. Yet it was demanded or services would not be provided. A loophole within the system which makes the quarters pure bourgeoisie as these “proles” are not replaceable like the real proles. Russell is still receiving funds, he is neither a normal nor luxury good.
Back to the oppression. The conflict of interest and alienation stems from the whole idea of capital. If not for it proletariat/bourgeoisie classes would exist. Marx once suggested that capitalism precedes socialism which in turn precedes communism. Could the league be a socialist state where one gets according to his needs? Simply it is unconventional to think so. Marx was right in his details but great in his errors. Several predictions proven false yet unsure If there is sufficient evidence to falsify them complete already. We will not see such equity within the league ever, if it intends to be a competitive league. It is just the nature of capitalism.
We will continue to see long tenured players still on contract get dropped because of ******* ******** motives. A regression in play slightly will see the overanalyses of those of whom have never played in the premier league but only understand money. Loyal subjects like Harrison, Freeney, Turner and Scott will continue to be discharged in attempt to save money. It has only become even more apparent in the past few years. Exemplified by mr.irsay in dropping perhaps the most complete weapon to grace the quarters position due to uncertainty and did not hold any remorse in liberating from duty someone that sacrificed himself for an organization. In practice to re-establish the dominant order and this cultural hegemony. No one is safe unless the proles revolt once again to take down the czarist regime.
There are no facts, only interpretations.