Posted 1 year ago on July 22, 2013, 12:15 p.m. EST by shooz
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First up Sears.
Where libe(R)topia goes to die.
Next up, Detroit.
Where libe(R)topian destruction can be seen in it's raw form.
Meanwhile, this week also brought news that the City of Detroit tried to file for bankruptcy under the direction of its state-appointed, anti-democratic “emergency manager,” only to be rebuffed by a judge’s ruling. How does Detroit’s situation relate to Sears’s sad demise? Both are facing the specter of Randian objectivism, free market fanaticism, dehumanization of ordinary people, and an abdication of corporate responsibility. As the workers at Sears have been forced into cutthroat competition, so too, have Detroit’s residents been asked to compete over insufficient and scant resources.
Who needs Democracy, when tyranny works so much better for libe(R)topia?