Friday, January 30, 2004

Utopian visions never change

I've been following the Albert/Monbiot debate which seems to have stalled. I wonder if Monbiot started to have misgivings when Albert said:

"He has to work at a balanced job complex because that's all there is. He is remunerated for effort and sacrifice at socially valuable labor or he goes hungry. There is no road to riches or even inequity there. He works in some industry or industries, participating in workers' councils where he has proportionate say, or else he is living in the forest by himself."

Sounds like North Korea.

That's the vision of the future the radical Left (Chomsky, Ali, Pilger etc) has install for us. Scary.


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