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"People jeopardising long term interests for short term gain. Yeah, that never happens =D"

Again, you're citing state-created mass insanity. People presently can't identify what their long-term best interests are, and their long term best interests are shaped by pleasing state authority, not by pleasing others in society.

It's not dreaming of a utopia to say economic or other catastrophes probably wouldn't be the norm if the state wasn't perverting people's incentives....it's just saying that economic or other catastrophes probably wouldn't be the norm if the state wasn't perverting people's incentives.

And, the catastrophes you bring up are purely hypothetical...more even than my belief catastrophes would be minimized...because you're assuming current insane behaviors would persist in a pure market situation, which is false.