Godstud wrote:No, @ckaihatsu, he's been advocating government control and distribution of baby formula, as of late. He's gone to YOUR side.
I know... stunning.
You, like many people, on the right as well as the left, do not understand the nuance of fascist economics
, and how it differs from both laissez faire capitalism, as well as state socialism. Basically, in a nutshell , unlike liberal conservatism
, with its free market fundamentalism
, the post fascist national conservatives
are economic nationalists
, whom are in favor of state directed capitalism
. This can be seen in both the example you gave of the response to the baby formula supply shortage , and also the gas price increase. As this article, from a supposedly conservative publication , illustrates, the American alt-right , while hating on the People's Republic of China , more generally, for being a bitter rival in terms of both red scare and yellow peril , seeks to emulate its economic model. https://dailycaller.com/2020/02/10/corporatism-solidarity-china-thrives-america-suffers/
P.S. While I surprisingly have come to appreciate her commentary here , and to an extent find myself in agreement with @Saeko , on certain issues, if her profile information is still accurate, then @BlutoSays is actually seemingly on her side , in terms of economic theory, even while remarkably being in opposition in respects to the person of Donald Trump. For while I feel that it would make more obvious sense for Saeko to cross over to the position of Communism, or at the very least to that of liberal socialism
, last I checked, she still chooses to self describe as being a fascist, for whatever reasons. Figuratively speaking, politically, not necessarily romantically, it brings to my mind this song.