For anyone who’s ever had to argue against a pro-state capitalist or an anti-corporation statist.
>mfw anarcho-capitalists think they are onto something.
You think the solution to corporate power is…. a system that rewards increasing hierarchical corporate power? (see: capitalism/increasing economies of scale)
lol how cute.
In what little I’ve gathered from your semi-coherent and feeble attempt to attack anarcho-capitalism, I’ve deduced that you’re mistaking a natural self-regulating economic stratification with crony-capitalism.
In what little I’ve gathered from your incoherent and feeble attempt to justify your bullshit economic views, I’ve deduced that you’re unable to provide any evidence for your claims and that you didn’t understand what I was saying at all.
You do realize that increasing economies of scale occur naturally in capitalism and thus anarchocapitalism encourages increasing corporate power?
Capitalism breeds hierarchy. You are getting rid of one hierarchy, the government, and helping other state-like hierarchical structures gain just as much power.
Regurgitation of the exact same tripe that goes something like: “B-B-BUT IN CAPITALISM, BUSINESSES GROW, AND WHEN THEY GROW THEY BECOME HIERARCHCICACAL!!!1 AND HIERARCHIES ARE BAD CUZ OF THE WORD!!1!L!OLOOLOLOL”, which as always, does nothing but demonstrate the utter lack of depth in your understanding of socioeconomics.
You do realize that the government is a corporation, right? and that your justification for fighting against governments must be applied to corporations to be logically consistent?
You seem to think that hierarchies are inherently evil, when in fact, there is absolutely nothing particularly unjust about earned economic prosperity.
While it might appear that I say that, an actually understanding of what I say shows that I’m against unjust hierarchies and hierarchical power structures, which are different from earned inequalities.
Of course there is nothing wrong with earned economic prosperity. What you don’t seem to realize is that capitalism does not reward earned economic prosperity.
I’ll provide you two quick examples.
1. Capital Gains - You can become rich by doing nothing but owning and selling property. That’s bullshit. You’re not doing any labor and you’re not helping society at all.
2. Investment - You buy a sheet of paper that lets you control someone elses labor. You don’t do any work but you still make money.
The problem is that prosperity in today’s system, because of state-collusion, is gained via deception, exploitation, corruption and thievery.
Capitalism is the problem. Capitalism IS exploitation and slavery.
Economic disparities do not result in forced hierarchies, nor do they entail slavery.
But capitalism does result in forced hierarchies and does entail wage slavery.
There’s a difference between that and unjust economic disparities due to intentional vampiric industrial monopolization through insider manipulation reinforced by convenient government-types.
>implying monopolization won’t occur in anarchocapitalism.
The current economic system is anarchocapitalism. You have about 270 different corporations that own private property and control the rights to the land they own. They manage businesses, have people that live on their land pay rent (tax) and they acquire land and property.
If you replace these corporations with other corporations, or smaller corporations, it is still anarchocapitalism.
You have anarchocapitalism, you just don’t like the corporations that currently own the property.
Ah, if it wasn’t so true, it would be hilarious…