"Oskar Schindler was not an employee of the state and his factories were not government property." I did not say that Schindler's business was the property of the state. What said was that is so heavily regulated by the state that Schindler was owner in name only.
As for redistribution of capital, do I really need to explain the difference between collectivization and cartels, Mr Tax Haven?
To redistribute capital it has to be created first. When the government owns the means of production or regulates it so much that the government is the de facto owner the creation of capital is very difficult.
How interesting. You should probably try to help all those wealthy German industrialists who never made a dime while working with Hitler.
Maybe the Thyssen Family needs some counseling?
August Thyssen was worth the equivalent of $1.4 Bn by the time of his death and the widow of Fritz Thyssen, Amalie Zurhell, earned a billion dollars from the Thyssen-Krupp merger after the war.