P. S. As to your reference to business in contrast to "workers," my answers to these questions may be of some assistance. What do you think about the companies that worked for Hitler's Germany? ↗Which of these statements is more accurate? ↗Both were rated MHO and appear under my "Nightdrot" nom de guerre.
Does Antifa support the merger of state and corporate power or are you contriving hypocrisy?
I'm referring to the part of the definition that includes forceful suppression of opposition and complete authoritarian control. And I don't support that either, nor do I support violence against my political opposition or forceful suppression of them, and sure as hell don't support a complete authoritarian dictatorial power. I want the government to play a small role in people's lives and only step in when we need them, otherwise leaving us alone. Antifa is a hell of a lot closer to beinf a Nazi or fascist than me or even any of the Proud Boys. I'm all ears for a counter argument on that
A counter to that?Easy: the tactics you just described are practiced by pretty much every authoritarian movement; they're not exclusive to fascism.
I didn't say they were, what I did say is that it's deceptive and comical of them to call people like me a fascist when they act just like one and my political beliefs are far from that label. I can't want less government and a complete authoritarian takeover of the country at the same time unless I was racist and wanted it to apply to one race while hurting the other, which is another thing I'm strongly against in racism. I want everyone to be successful and free, antifa groups do not.
In what sense do you want less government involvement? Because less regulations over business isn't less government involvement as long as the government is enforcing those business transactions. It's just big corporations using the government to leverage their economic power against the rest of us which is drifting into the realm of merging state and corporate power.
I want lower taxes, less tracking of our personal information (I'm looking at you, ATF), removal of the NFA, legalize marijuana, stop jailing people for strictly non violent drug offenses, get rid of the required registration for NFA items (this would go along with getting rid of the NFA), and open investigations for how tax money has been used by the government because I have a hard time believing that they're being honest with our tax money given how much they take and how few of their promises have been met, like fixing our roads. I don't support big corporations being dicks to their employees but at the same time I acknowledge that they built the place and should be rewarded for it, but I do want the minimum wage to go up because $7.25 per hour is way too low but I want it to be reviewed on a state by state basis because like Trump said, what works in one state might not work in another when it comes to minimum wage.
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And what does that have to do with the merger of state and corporate power?
@Ad_Quid_OratorBy using the word "democratic" to convey the illusion that they believe in "democracy" when in fact they favor a dictatorship.
How do you figure that?
@Ad_Quid_OratorI listen to what they say and I see how they act. That is how I arrived at that conclusion.
Red Herrings don't make a name misleading.
F it is.
F as you're Full of shit.
F as in Fucking great answer.
Nope, just asinine talking points.
Like any quote from that dope, Noam Chomsky.
Except, there's actually a basis for it if you look at where "Libertarian" ideas are implemented in the third world (which is why the third world looks the way that it does).
Bahaha. Yes, in your lunatic world it is.
It's not my "lunatic" vision of the world which has wrought so much suffering; it's yours.
Bahahaha. Yeah, free markets has only brought the most wealth to the most people in the history of humanity. But keep fucking that chicken.
Yeah because America acquired the highest standard of living in the world during the gilded age versus the progressive era. Oh wait...See, you're full of shit.
And if you compare the per capita GDP of the third world to the developed world it's way over double so no, the free market isn't responsible for most of the economic growth we see.Markets are actually extremely inefficient which is why they have to be regulated in the first place.
World wide, not just America, moron.
Hence my last comment dumbass.
Yeah, your last comment was just as retarded.
Except it's a fact and there has been a lot more GDP growth since governments got involved in the economy than before so no, we owe way more to a regulated market than laze fair capitalism.
Yep, now you're sputtering.
Lol, It’s just that you’re not worth my time.
No, it's just that you have no counter because facts rebuke your religion of the "invisible hand". No go on about how I worship the government even though I support a regulated market versus a control economy.
Bahaha, keep telling yourself that, loser.
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