Sweden as a societal case study offers lessons about how socialism & prosperity have an inverse relationship

Swedes still need to eliminate dangerous bureaucracy (e.g. vouchers for so-called public institutions of so-called education) for the sake of thorough consumer control over economic activity (recall that no one has “property rights” but rather the fact of the matter is that no one has a right to proclaim what anyone else may or may not do with their property because rights don’t exist — although property owners might become obligated to answer a litigious claim that they are defrauding neighbors through some kind of invasive pollution or similar tort … and recall as well this Frederic Bastiat quote: “Treat all economic questions from the viewpoint of the consumer, for the interests of the consumer are the interests of the human race.”).


The doctor e-posted this entry on Day 702 of WWIII