Posted 1 year ago on Feb. 18, 2014, 4:18 p.m. EST by ZenDogTroll
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Capitalism versus Syndicalism
Anarcho-capitalism is philosophically, diametrically opposed to the aspirations of anarcho-syndicalism, but because of the libertarian bedrock beneath each of them, the A.capitalists believe that if they can only control the dialogue they can shift the movement in a direction that is to their own benefit.
The A. capitalist aim is to instill fear and chaos among the social strata sufficient to produce further deregulation. They will be quite content if they can use Anarcho-syndicalists to do so.
Anarcho-syndicalists, Libertarian communists - these are not Libertarian capitalists. And yet the behavior found among OWS supporters seems to suggest a great deal of confusion over this point.
Even to the extent of condemnation of liberal philosophy among what we must suppose are dedicated anarchists.
This is a most bizarre state of affairs.
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