The poison, the monoculture, the large private property, the farmers, the police, the legal apparatus, the controlled media etc, those are all elements that are part of a way of seeing the world based on the subordination of most men to concentrate wealth in the hands of a few. It is a scheme set up in attempt to maintain a way of life based on the exploitation of labor for capitalist accumulation. The production for profit can only operate trough the non-payment of the true value of work to those who get the job done. The difference between the amount paid for the work and it’s real value, is in the hands of the boss, just because he is the “owner”.
The Indian, who is placed by the farmer in the in a debt position, is forced to leave his land where once he produced for himself and his relatives, with no other possibilities but to go to work as an employee to the farmer, that always pays him less than the worth of his effort. By refusing this expropriation, the Indians were branded as lazy. However, this “laziness” means, actually, a refusal to work for others because:
Those who work for others, in the end, remains with nothing. The boss’s money is cursed.