If man no longer has a physical hunger, capitalism must kindle in him a new, insatiable hunger in order to keep him in slavery.
If in the past it was physical freedom, added to the lack of freedom of choice, that the slave lacked, now it is the freedom of his own cognition as a divine, cosmic being that is taken from modern man, along with freedom of choice.
If in the past the slave knew of his limitations, nowadays people no longer perceive the shackles as such. So subtly has the dogma of materialism, of pure machine existence, been woven into humanity.
If the slave was once the disposable property of another human being, today all human beings are the disposable property, breedable, consumable, of capitalism, the child of materialism, of pure one-sidedness and separation, of annihilation and hatred.
The realisation of its wholeness is the last freedom that man must acquire again!