People are ignoring the fact that many types of persuasion are legal and ethical. Violence, stalking, vandalism, making threats and workplace harassment are all illegal and no one has advocated those methods. Making the list of freeloaders is not a call to take illegal action. Providing information, convincing, arguing, shunning, and embarrassing are all legal and ethical ways to influence the freeloaders.
But I agree, people have been duped. Any talk of a more equitable dispersement of compensation is met with "YOURE A GODDAMN MARXIST!" As if they even know what that means. "You want to take from the producers!!" No. I want to give to those who produce the same as those who aggregate. That's all a business owner or a corporation is, an aggregator of production, by and far none of them are producers themselves. That's what the Labor is for. The "Capitalist" aggregates commodities, labor, and tools which in turn produce a product he takes to market. He thinks his aggregation, or amalgamation entitles him to the lion's share of the return. As if he done anything other than bring together a worker and his tools to transform a low value commodity into a high one. Did he create the value? No. He merely set the conditions so that the Laborer can.
You can dance without a lawyer