However, you are correct that it doesn't address that, mostly because you haven't provided a link for it.
Dude, I was merely pointing out:An ignorance of political economy is revealed from yet another poster. The cartoon is not "from" Ollman's essay, which should be rather apparent to you inasmuch as the dollar amounts described in each cartoon are different. Rather, Ollman's critique of capitalism is merely similar to my own, and we thus incorporate similar doctrines within the context of criticizing capitalism. Regardless, Marxist and anarchist theories on socialist organization have been profoundly split ever since their most apparent divergence at the Hague Congress of the First International, when Marx and his supporters engineered the expulsion of Bakunin and his supporters. Perhaps if you possessed a greater degree of familiarity with the historical record you wouldn't make such inappropriate replies.
Indeed, anarchists were among the first commentators to condemn the authoritarian elements of Marxism, from Bakunin's ideological criticisms of the late nineteenth century to Kropotkin's harsh criticisms of the Bolshevik dictatorship after the Russian Revolution. With that in mind, it is nothing short of grotesque and obscene that the anarchist brand of socialism has been branded "authoritarian" because of the failure of Soviet state capitalism, first predicted by anarchists.
1) That's the only place I've ever seen that cartoon referenced before, and
2) The fact that you posted a cartoon with a Marxist critique of capitalism was probably the reason people were...calling you a Marxist.
But by all means, feel free to expound further on completely irrelevant material and snigger at the fact that other people don't care about the Marxist-Anarchist schism at the First International as much as you do. That sure proved your point about children being born out of wedlock.