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It is one thing to follow the law for prudential reasons and another thing entirely to assume the law brings with it some sort of moral imperative. Laws rarely do.
Socialization of the economy led to immediate disaster. In 1920–21, Bolshevik agrarian policy culminated in a famine with an impact unparalleled in modern European history.
The new cold warriors are gaslighting the public on military spending, claiming spending isn't "keeping up." They want hundreds of billions in new taxpayer dollars.
Progressives will write the history of covid to hide the mistakes of progressive "experts" and to distance themselves from disastrous or pointless policies. They've done it before.
Here in Canada, the trucker protesters (and their supporters) have been civil and maintained the usual Canadian niceness. This civility has not been reciprocated by the political class.
In Orwellian fashion, if you want freedom, that makes you a "racist" and a "fascist." So, it is assumed by our overlords to be "fascism" when truckers protest for the freedom to earn a living.
Although covid cases in Austria—and most other countries—are rapidly falling, Austria has doubled down on punishing the unvaccinated and become the first country to mandate vaccination for all adults.
SEZs are loopholes, and capitalism breathes through loopholes. But like all loopholes, they tend to benefit those who can afford to hire the lawyers who can identify said loopholes.
The Nazi economy reduces entrepreneurs to the status of shop managers. The government tells them what and how to produce, at what prices and from whom to buy. Private property is de facto gone.
As tens of thousands of trucks began entering the capital with millions of supporters behind them, the “brave” Canadian prime minister had fled the city and shuffled off to an undisclosed location.