And pop-singertroids too.
In the strangely terrifying, and profoundly evil piece, by Madeleine Bunting (who has had the finest education that money can – or even can’t – buy, and thus ought to know better) of the Grauniad, a glimmer of insight into the minds of troids who decide to collectivise humanity, is found.
h/t The Humble Devil for pointing it out.
Bella Gerens correctly dissassembles Bunting’s deeply sinister anti-market position. it needs restating, but we all know that the “markets” which Bunting describes are hedged about with corporate and state regulation, to the extent that they convey no information to traders that’s worthwhile.
But the Bunting article does throw light on the mindset of the kinds of people who are instinctively attracted to collectivist, messianic, precapitalist/barbarian-film-director-warlord-subsistence-farmer nostrums.