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    Re: North Korea names Kims successor

    Quote Originally Posted by kaya'08 View Post
    Rather that then be dictated by the government? Suit yourself. Im gone.
    I'm an anarchist. Hence, you'll have to conduct a bit more study to learn how to accurately apply your talking points.

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    Re: North Korea names Kims successor

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnapostate View Post
    I'm an anarchist. Hence, you'll have to conduct a bit more study to learn how to accurately apply your talking points.


    That would explain your barbaric view on policy reform for age restrictions on sex
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    Oh, what's so great about political "efficiency"?
    “Offing those rich pigs with their own forks and knives, and then eating a meal in the same room, far out! The Weathermen dig Charles Manson.”-- Bernadine Dohrn

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    Re: North Korea names Kims successor

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    That would explain your barbaric view on policy reform for age restrictions on sex
    No, it wouldn't, inasmuch as you perceive my approach as permitting aggression. If I believed such, I would be a consistent anarchist and support public prohibition of such aggression. The fact that I don't should illustrate to you that the analysis that I have conducted is separate from anarchism. But you don't seem to be engaging in much serious analysis in this thread, to be honest.

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    Oh, what's so great about political "efficiency"?
    My focus is primarily on economic efficiency, and the beneficial effects that libertarian socialism would have on such.

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    No, it wouldn't, inasmuch as you perceive my approach as permitting aggression.
    Or theres a little kid you got your eyes on you rather tap with the law on your side. Who knows, communists types are all weird
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    Re: North Korea names Kims successor

    Quote Originally Posted by kaya'08 View Post
    Or theres a little kid you got your eyes on you rather tap with the law on your side. Who knows, communists types are all weird
    Either that, or your fez is cutting off blood circulation to your brain.

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    Re: North Korea names Kims successor

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnapostate View Post
    My focus is primarily on economic efficiency, and the beneficial effects that libertarian socialism would have on such.
    Americas entire economic and international power was moulded by the foundations and uniqueness of its free market. Im not gonna buy for a sec that communism is so much "better" of efficient to the extent it can elevate itself above the economic advantages of capitalism.
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    Re: North Korea names Kims successor

    Quote Originally Posted by kaya'08 View Post
    Americas entire economic and international power was moulded by the foundations and uniqueness of its free market. Im not gonna buy for a sec that communism is so much "better" of efficient to the extent it can elevate itself above the economic advantages of capitalism.
    No, it wasn't. The "free market" enjoys no historical record of existence. Moreover, America's international power was molded by its use of strategically protectionist trade policy to protect the appropriate development of infant industries and other similarly precarious resources. I'd recommend having a look at Ha-Joon Chang's Kicking Away the Ladder. As noted therein:

    Contrary to the conventional wisdom, the historical fact is that the rich countries did not develop on the basis of the policies and the institutions that they now recommend to, and often force upon, the developing countries. Unfortunately, this fact is little known these days because the “official historians” of capitalism have been very successful in re-writing its history.

    Almost all of today’s rich countries used tariff protection and subsidies to develop their industries. Interestingly, Britain and the USA, the two countries that are supposed to have reached the summit of the world economy through their free-market, free-trade policy, are actually the ones that had most aggressively used protection and subsidies.
    But you unfortunately seem to subscribe to very primitive economic fallacies, so I wouldn't expect you to pick up much from that.

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    Re: North Korea names Kims successor

    Quote Originally Posted by Agnapostate View Post
    No, it wasn't. The "free market" enjoys no historical record of existence. Moreover, America's international power was molded by its use of strategically protectionist trade policy to protect the appropriate development of infant industries

    So now your ignoring the main reason for Americas economic superiority: its free market and the success it has enjoyed from it, and pinning its economic success soley on protectionist policies? I suppose communism in infinetly more successful "historically".
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