Originally posted by @wajoma
I spoke consistently and unambiguously of the political system and philosophy of freedom known as Libertarianism, you blokes kept coming back trying to make it about the economic system known as capitalism, the legitimate assumption one can deduce from that is that you and shav acknowledge that free people tend towards capitalism. This you cannot abide, i.e ...[text shortened]... . Just another thing you don't want people to do without your bright ideas on controlling them.
Wajoma: However like you I do believe that free people would tend to capitalism
I believe no such thing as I have already said .................................. repeatedly. "Free people" absolutely did not tend to capitalism; capitalism was a system imposed on them by force.
It's still amusing that you think capitalism is kids trading marbles or some such. No, capitalism is a system where a relatively small minority control the means of production and the State and the vast majority have to sell their labor to that minority to survive (and, of course, their labor will only be purchased if it is profitable for the capitalist to do so; otherwise they can and do starve). From my beloved Anarchist's FAQ:
Obviously, a company cannot force you to work for them but, in general, you have to work for someone. This is because of past "initiation of force" by the capitalist class and the state
which have created the objective conditions within which we make our employment decisions. Before any specific labour market contract occurs, the separation of workers from the means of production is an established fact (and the resulting "labour" market usually gives the advantage to the capitalists as a class).
The one with "dream feelings" regarding economic reality is you.