InThomas Malthus wrote: Famine seems to be the last, the most dreadful resource of nature. The power of population is so superior to the power of the earth to produce subsistence for man, that premature death must in some shape or other visit the human race.
Who here is too many? In this context, all responsible conference participants and observers swear to the connection between poverty and abundant children, and bear out a nineteenth century theorist whose theories they hold in disdain: This law of capitalist society would sound absurd among savages, or even among civilized colonists.
It appears that not much has changed in principle since the times of Malthus and Marx.
This has changed since the times of old Malthus. This success is the growth of private wealth which the capitalist owners achieve in competition with each other.
Their demand for wage labor ensures more population. The increasingly effective exploitation of paid labor — the means of competition for capitalist production — periodically and generally makes labor-power superfluous, thus ensures overpopulation. The natural limits to food production at the end of the twentieth century have long been overcome; technically, it would absolutely be no problem to ensure food for all humanity.
The apparent discrepancy between this poverty, on the one side, and the control achieved over nature and the existing technical possibilities of production, on the other side, is considered by no one — except a few diehard Marxists — to be a devastating indictment of the mode of production which has triumphed worldwide.
It is completely self-evident to the bourgeois mind that the economies of the free market economy — well known to be the most suited to human nature — are a highly complex matter that are in no way compatible with such simple intentions as using the available technical possibilities in a planned production to meet the needs of people.
Indeed, all supporters of the free market economy tirelessly maintain that this economic mode in particular — and only it — ultimately has no other purpose than the optimal supply of humanity.
Hence, it is not the people who live and work here who are the determining subjects of this social production, but vice versa. Which leads over and over again to the consequence that people with their basic needs of life become a burden and problem for the economy.
May be — but an insanity with a system, valid worldwide and not doubted by any responsible democrat or humanitarian. What should grow so limitlessly is also no secret: It is not the increase of handy, useful objects and the means of production needed for them that is the criterion of success for a happy economy.
Profitability — the surplus in wealth measured in money which is to be extracted from production, above the advance which must be spent for it — is the purpose and standard of all free market production.
It is about the production of money, not to have it, but to reinvest it for the purpose of increasing it.
To make more money out of money: In capitalism, money is not a means for all possible purposes, but the opposite: This connection holds so strictly and exclusively that it also works backwards: Wherever capital needs wage labor, there it drags its attendants; where it accumulates, there it agglomerates a population.
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Malthusianism is the idea that population growth is potentially exponential while the growth of the food supply is linear. It derives from the political and economic thought of the Reverend Thomas Robert Malthus, as laid out in his writings, An Essay on the Principle of kaja-net.coms believed there were two types of "checks" that in all times and places kept population growth in line.