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Huh ? ? ! ! ! Hhuuuhhhhh ? ? ! ! !

Huh ? ? ! ! !

Hhuuuhhhhh ? ? ! ! !


W H A T E V E R (... at the video)


I'll stick to Bastiat's hints:

The INFLUENCE of Socialist Writers

"These socialist writers look upon people in the same manner that the gardener views his trees. Just as the gardener capriciously shapes the trees into pyramids, parasols, cubes, vases, fans, and other forms, just so does the socialist writer whimsically shape human beings into groups, series, centers, sub-centers, honeycombs, labor-corps, and other variations. And just as the gardener needs axes, pruning hooks, saws, and shears to shape his trees, just so does the socialist writer need the force that he can find only in law to shape human beings. For this purpose, he devises tariff laws, tax laws, relief laws, and school laws."


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