The leftist is a more serious character than the capitalist. He is focused on acquiring power—which is a trait that makes him a natural ruler. He controls a large section of the society through ideological persuasion, and he puts down by force all those who won’t be persuaded by his arguments.
The capitalist does not understand power. He is distracted by frivolous things. He hankers for possessions. He thinks that his wealth will make him free, but he is a mental and financial slave of the left. The leftist can easily control the capitalist by persuasion, by bribing him with taxpayer’s money, and by using force.
Capitalist power is a myth; leftist power is no myth.