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nature, must submit, must bring in
many dollars to the master or be
crushed. As a result of this despica
ble system the worker is the first to
be crushed; their misery takes many
forms and at this point the reform
ers gets in his work. At this point
class lines are clearly seen.
The principle of exploitation is nev
er deserted by the reformer. The
chief of their platitudes are based on
religious teachings. The reason is
obvious. .They must have mental as
well as physical slaves, so they begin
by stealing the natural heritage of
the child by filling his mind with the
most debasing falsehoods, fairy tales
and unpardonable assertions. From
the very nature of our present ex
ploiting system workers must be in
the majority. Handicapped with a
capitalist education from thestart, he
attempts to become a Morgan or a
Rockefeller. At this period of the
game if he attempts to practice the
golden rule e finds he is a failure.
The reformers commercialize these
failures and make good easy money.
Charity is business. These exploiters'
try to legislate the morals of the peo
pie and make fat salaries out of it.
J. W. Maples.
ALTRUISM. Amidst cheering and
applause by an enthusiastic audience
the gospel, according to Malfew Sek
lew, received another boost in the
form of a lecture delivered by Sirfes
The subject under discussion was
"Altruism." This destructive disease
was clearly defined and vivisected by
the greatest humorist and brutalitari
an truthist that ever landed on Amer
ican soil, who took the pleasure in ex
posing same. '
The Sirfessor proved beyond a
shadow of a doubt that the majority
of people are suffering from this dis
ease, which is international in scope.
Among his remarks it was clearly
shown that conscience is a product
of altruism. Socialism, Christianity
and various other delusions were as
sailed per order and held responsible
for its perpetuations.
Christianity, whose foundation is
based upon mythology, was held re- a
sponsible for introducing this dan?
gerous disease, found guilty of high.j
treason and was condemned as an
enemy of the people. The "golden
rule" was bitterly attacked and dfc- a
nounced in a way that the entire
audience shouted with joy. a
Nietzsche, whom many of the in- s
tellectual world consider one of the 3
ablest writers that the world has ever 3
producedr says as follows: , a
Christianity was a victory; a no-t-j
bier type of jcharapter was destroyed.
by it " 0
Christianity has been (and still j
is) the greatest misfortune of man- j
May the philosophy of Malfew Sek- j
lew and Nietzsche be installed in the
minds of all W. J. Schilling, 1244 S.
Wabash av. j
WOMAN'S OPPORTUNITY. The
present world-wide commption is a
(frucial test in which woman may
show whether her natural prefer
ences are for good or eviL She is yet
free from the poison of political de-.
bauchery. Will she now become a
tool in the hands of our old political
mountebanks, those caricatures on
truth and decency, who are so desti
tute of shame that they unblushingly
appear on any rostrum and hand out
their stale old platitudes to an innocent-
people? With few exceptions
politicians are legalized ghouls or
paid agents of corporations.
Woman is yet free from the poison
of politics. Will she become a wil
ling paramour of the old political
mountebanks and ghouls or will she
be a true mother and strive to lead
us along the ways that lead to high
er and better things? Her vulner
able points, as stated by Solomon, is
vanity. Politicians, the legal represen
tatives of the devil, are quite" familiar
with, that weakness in her nature and
are pouring into her ear the- leprous
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