Noam Chomsky

The amount of cognitive dissonce in this guys mind is massive.He’s a believer  Anarcho-syndicalism “is a conception of a very organized society, but organized from below by direct participation at every level, with as little control and domination as is feasible, maybe none.” It does not seem to occur to Chomsky that firms owned by workers must also please consumers, if they want to stay in business; why would employees in such companies face fewer constraints than those who work for the capitalists whom Chomsky excoriates? Perhaps, though, he wants to do away with the market altogether. This version of anarcho-syndicalism would soon collapse into chaos.

 But this quote is so true.



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