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15054622 No.15054622 [Reply] [Original]

>Neoliberalism is bad

>> No.15054642

>>15054622
Yes, read Michael Hudson (pbuh) Ellen Brown (pbuh) and Rene Guenon (pbuh)

>> No.15054665

>>15054622
It is only semi stable that's all

>> No.15054714

>>15054622
Yes. Read "Capitalist Realism" by Mark Fisher. Or quite a lot of other people too really, right across the board.

>> No.15054736

>>15054642
>>15054714

That which brings sadness to leftists is a priori good, and the more delighteful. Oh no, governments and businesses working together, how terrible. Communism is great. No, neither of these are canards.

>> No.15054760

>>15054622
It's only been intellectualized as an ideology posthoc in response to Social Democrats. Truth is it is just another stage of capitalism. An inevitable power grab by multinationals to remove legal barriers to achieving greater economies of scale (instead of relying on innovation).

>> No.15054770

>>15054760

Or, in Lenin's terms, imperialism as the highest stage of capitalism. Thank you for further articulating the goodness of neoliberalism, though this was not your intent.

>> No.15054838

>>15054770
I'm not a Marxist, but neoliberalism was definitely a cope. I see it more as a historical period rather than an ideology. Now, it's synonymous with DC thinking, which makes it a meaningless term.

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