Gray concludes that a global free market is a project destined to fail, and its casualty list will be long. Insecurities will rise everywhere as globalism sets countries against one another in geo-political struggles to control dwindling natural resources that no country or institution has any responsibility to conserve. History is returning, and the neoconservatives will be remembered, if at all, as another utopian movement, a collection of bloody fools.
Gray's conclusion is consistent with the trends that Gerald Celente forecasts: currency wars, trade wars, political upheavals, and hot wars.
Libertarians will be the last to comprehend that the return of crony capitalism, robber barons, and economic insecurity is the direct consequence of a quarter century of deregulation. As I show in my new book, The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism And Economic Erosion Of The West, it is the failure of the latest laissez faire experiment that has saddled us with crony capitalism. Monopoly concentration and rule by the few, not Libertarian nirvana, is what deregulation and unbridled greed produce.
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